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									                      The NCAA
                      Official   Publication      of the National     Collegiate    Athletic   Association                                   December      4,1989,   Volume    26 Number      43

Fall finalists for NCAA                                                                             Top Six awards announced

  Chtistopher     Duplanty                     John Jackson                                 Kelly
                                                                                   Patrick O’                         Virginia Stahr                      Kern- Tashirv                     Jacob Young

   A 1988 Olympian and a National              ginia Stahr, University of Nebraska,        award winners as the College Ath-         tion is based on athletics ability and    A three-year starter at goalie on the
Football Foundation and Hall of                Lincoln; Kerri Tashiro, Colorado            letics Top XII.                           achicvcmcnt;    academic achieve-         llC Irvine water polo team, Du
Fame scholar-athlctc are among the             College, and Jacob Young, Univer-               The College Athletics Top XII is      mcnt, and character, leadership and       planty played a key role as the
six student-athletes chosen as fall            sity of Nebraska, Lincoln.                  part ofthc NCAA honors program,           activities.                               Antcaters won the recent National
finalists for the NCAA loday’ Top
                                s                  Six studcnttathletes will be chosen     which also includes the Theodore              Following    are     biographical     Collegiate Men’ Water Polo Cham-
Six awards.                                    from 12 finalists for the awards,           Roosevelt Award and the Award of          skctchcs of the fall finalists:           pionship. He also is a four-year
   The fall finalists are Christopher          including the winter/spring linalists       Valor.                                    Christopher Duplanty                      letter-winner in swimming.
Duplanty, University of California,            listed in the October 30 issue of The                                 s
                                                                                               Nominees for Today’ Top Six               Duplanty has been a member of             He maintained a 3.304 grade-
Irvine; John Jackson, University of            NCAA News. They will bc rccog-              awards must be varsity letter-            the t1.S. national A water polo           point avcragc while earning a degree
Southern        California;    Patrick         nired at the NCAA Convention                winners who complete their inter-         team since 1986. The team won a           in economics. Duplanty is currently
O’ Kclly, Seton Hall University; Vir           along with six Silver Anniversary           collegiate eligibility in 1989. Selec     silver medal at the 1988 Olympics.                            ST Full, page 2

Financial aid, academic proposals offer some controversv                                                                                                                                             J
   (Editor5 Note: This is the third in         financial aid at the 1990 NCAA              tory disclosure of graduation rates,      Academics                                    Specifically, such an individual
o .suie.s of .sIx. urticles reviewing the      Convention appear in the Presidents         summer financial aid for incoming             The lead item among the three         would have to have complctcd 96
legislation thut will he considered (II        Commission grouping, leaving only           studcnttathletes, increases in initial    academics proposals is a repeat           semester units or 144 quarter units
the 84th annual NCAA Convention                three amendments in the academics           grants in Division I-A football and       from last year. The Big West Con-         toward a sprclfic dcgrec to regain
January 7-10 in Dullas. This install-          section and I I in the financial aid        the Pell Grant proposal.                  fcrence has resubmitted its proposal      the fourth year of eligibihty.
ment covers the proposuls in the               grouping.                                      But that does not mean the aca-        to permit nonqualificrs and partial
ademits      and financiul aid group-              The Commission’ s grouping-             demics and financial aid sections         qualifiers in Division I to earn a           That proposal was defeated by
ings.)                                          rrviewcd in the Novrmber 27 issue          are bereft of controversial proposals.    fourth season   of eligibility for ath    the Division I voters last January,
                                               of The NCAA News        pulls out the       The first proposal m each grouping        letics if they are ctosc to earning a      I35 to 179, with two abstentions. It
  Most of the major lcgislativc prop-          legislation dealing with 19X9 Con-          is likely to generate considcrahle        degree at the start of their fifth        was a rolllcall vote that time but is
osals dealing with academics and               vcntion Proposal No. 42, manda-             Convention discussion.                    academic year 01’   enrollment.                           See Finanr ial. puKe 3

Green chairs                                                                               Official Notice has been mailed           in the oral report of the Council to      given. The Convention will dscidc
Commission’ s                                                                                 The Official Notice of the 1990
                                                                                           NCAA       Convention    was rnailed
                                                                                           from the national office November
                                                                                                                                     the Convention during the opening
                                                                                                                                     business session .lanuary 7. Accept
                                                                                                                                                                               hy majority vote of the ehgiblc
                                                                                                                                                                               voters whether to incorporate any
Division II                                                                                29, as mandated by the NC‘
                                                                                                                              AA     ante ot that report will constitute
                                                                                                                                     approval of the incorporation        of
                                                                                                                                                                                                challenged in that
    Asa N. Green, president of I.iv-
                                                                                               Included in the publication is all    thcsc interpretations in the Manual.      Interpretation   requests
mgston University, has been chosen
                                                                                           of the legislation submitted for ac           If a Convention dctegatc objects         For the third year, the publication
by the Division II members of the
                                                                                           tion at the Convention in accordance      to inclusion of a particular intcrpre-    offers an opportunity to mcmbcrs
 NCAA Presidents Commission to
                                                                                           with the November I submission            tation, that objection should hc          to request, in advance of the Con-
serve as chair of the Commission’   s
                                                                                           deadline.                                 raised when the Council report is                           See Ojjk~iul. puge 2
 Division II subcommittee for 1990
                                                                                              The Official Notice is sent to the
 and 1991.
    Green was the only candidate
nominated      by the Division       II
                                                                                           chief executive officer, faculty ath-
                                                                                           tetics representative, athletics direc-
                                                                                           tor and senior woman administrator
                                                                                                                                     Lower-rated conferences
members in a process conducted by
mail. Balloting for new chairs of the
Divisions I and 111 subcommittees
                                                                                           of athletics programs at each active
                                                                                           member institution, as well as to
                                                                                           member conferences and affiliated
                                                                                                                                     could earn play-off spot
is under way. Those elected will join                                                                                                    The NCAA      Division 1 Men’ s            s
                                                                                                                                                                               merit’ current format-64    teams,
                                                                                           members.                                                                            30 automatic qualifiers and 34 at-
Green and Martin A. Massengale,                                                                                                      Basketball Committee has recom-
                                                          Asa N. Green                         Included in the copy sent to the                                                large teams   will remain in effect
chancellor of the llniversity of Ne-                                                                                                 mended a process whereby, when
                                                                                           CEO is the form to be used m
braska, Lincoln, recently reelected            1986.                                                                                 more than 30 conferences qualify
                                                                                           appointing delegates to the Con-
as chair of the Commission, as the                The only other CEO to serve in                                                     for automatic qualification to the
group’ executive committee.
       s                                       both capacities was Kenneth J.
                                                                                           vention. Only the chief executive
                                                                                                                                     Division I Men’ Basketball Cham-             Division I Men&
                                                                                           officer can make those appoint-
    The Livingston president will re-          Weller, Central Collcgc (Iowa), who         ments. The 144page book also con-
                                                                                                                                     pionship, the regular-season cham-           Basketball
place Thomas A. Bond as Division               was NCAA Divsion III vice-prcsii                                                      pion       from   the lowest-rated
I I subcommittee chair at the end of           dent in I983 and the Commission’  s
                                                                                           tains instructions     regarding the
                                                                                                                                     conferences would “play in” to the           Committee
                                                                                           appointment of delegates, as well as
the 1990 NCAA Convention in Jan-               Division Ill chair in 1984 and 1985.                                                  first round of the basketball cham-          recommendation
                                                                                           explanations of other NCAA Con-
uary. Bond was clccted Division 11                Green is completing his second                                                     pionship.
                                                                                           vention procedures.                                                                    would take effect in
chair while president at Clarion               year as a member of the Commrs-                                                                                    s
                                                                                                                                         The basketball committee’ rec-
University of Penns+nia and assumed            sion. He was a member of the                New feature                               ommendation, which came out of               1991
the presidency at Eastern New Mex-             NCAA Council from 19X3 through                 A new feature in the Notice this       its November 27-29 meeting in lndii
ico University this pa%t summer.               1986 and currently      serves as a         year is a compilation of past inter-      anapolis, will be considered by the       through the t 998 tournament. In
    Green will become the second               member of the NCAA Committee                pretations that the Legislative Kc-       Division I Championships and Ex-           199 I, 3 t conferences will be eligible
president in the six-year history of           on Review and Planning, a group             view Committee has approved for           ecutive Committees at their Decem-        for the 30 automatic berths; 32 will
the Commission to serve as both an             composed primarily of past NCAA             inclusion in the 1990-91 NCAA             ber 34 meetings.                          be eligible in 1992.
 NCAA officer and subsequently as              officers. In 1983, he was a member          Manual. The NCAA Council also                                                          Each year, the basketball com-
 a Commission       officer. He was            of the ad hoc committee that drafted        has approved such inclusion.                 The NCAA Executive Committee                                        s
                                                                                                                                                                               mittee, using the NCAA’ Rating
 NCAA Division II vice-president in                               See Green. page 2           This procedure will be referenced      previously agreed that the tourna-                      See Lower-rut&. page IO
2     THE NCAA NEWS/December         4.1980

Continued from page I                     1989 season with a career-high 13         Kerri Tashiro
enrolled in UC lrvinc’ graduate
                        s                 goals. He is a two-time Big East             An all-America in 1987 and 1989,
school of management.                     Conference southern division player       Tashiro led Colorado College to the
   A frequent speaker at elementary       of the year and was a member of the       finals of the 1989 Division I Worn-
and high schools, Duplanty is active      Big East all-tournament team. He              s
                                                                                    en’ Soccer Championship and was
in Special Olympics. A four-time          was selected most valuable player in      named to the all-tournament team.
Big West Conference scholarath-            I988 by Soccer America magazine.         In 1989, she scored I6 goals in 20
Iete, he has worked as a volunteer in        An academic all-America, O’ KeUy       games, including seven winning
1JC Irvme’ sports-medicine depart-
           s                              maintained a 3.670 grade-point av-        goals.
ment and sports-marketing office.         erage while earning a degree in              An academic all-America,      she
He is the athlete representative for      finance at Scton Hall. He is a mem-       has maintained a 3.570 grade-point
United States Water Polo Inc.             ber of the finance and Irish clubs.       average while earning a biology/
John Jackson                              He works at summer soccer clinics.        premedical degree. She plays the
   An all-America football wide re-                                                 oboe and English horn; is a member
                                           Virginia Stahr
ceiver at Southern Cal, Jackson                                                     of the Colorado College choir, or-
                                              A three-time all-Big Eight Con-
holds five school records, including                                                chestra, woodwind       quintet and
                                           ference selection in women’ volley-
career receptions and yards. An                                                     chamber orchestra, and was a soloist
                                           ball, Stahr was the most valuable
outstanding baseball player, he was                                                 in an honors concert. She is a youth
                                           player at the 1988 conference tour-
a unanimous allconference selection                                                 soccer coach.
                                           nament and the 1989 player of the
in center field and made the all-                                                   Jacob Young
                                           year. She is a two-time all-America
tournament team at the 1988 West                                                       A two-time football all-America
                                           and a national leader in hitting
regional.                                                                           and all-conference selection at Ne-
                                                                                    braska, Young was a three-year
   Jackson also carncd all-America            She earned a 3.907 grade-point        starter at center. He was the first
and all-conference honors for aca-        average at Nebraska and received a        true sophomore to start on the
demics. A National Football Foun-         degree in elementary education with       offensive line for Nebraska in I4
dation and Hall of Fame scholar-          high distinction. She is a graduate       years. He was a semifinalist for the
athlete, he had a 3.200 grade-point       student in curriculum and instruc-        Lombardi Award in 1989.
avcragc while earning a business          tion with a counseling minor.                Young maintained a 3.400 grade-
finance degree. He is currently en-
                                              Stahr received the 1989 Division      point average in business/finance
rolled in Southern Cal’ graduate
                                          I-A Directors of Athletics Scholar-       and earned all-America and confer
school of business administration.
                                          Athlete Award and was nominated           ence academic honors. An anti-
    He speaks to many booster and         for the Woody Hayes Award. She            drug spokesperson, he speaks at
youth groups and also visits child-       was   the 19XX volleyball academic        father/son, midget-football, elemen-
ren’ hospitals.                           all-America of the year and a three-      tary school and church banquets.
Patrick O’ Kelly                          time all-conference academic hono-        He is a fund-raiser for muscular
  A twotime finalist for the Her-
mann Award, awarded to the nation’   s
                                          ree. She is active in the Fellowship
                                          of Christian     Athletes and is a
                                                                                    dystrophy and cystic fibrosis and is
                                                                                    active with the Special Olympics,
                                                                                                                               Records book published
top soccer player, O’
                    Kelly finished the    YMCA Big Sister.                          Cub Scouts and Madonna Home.
                                                                                                                                      The 1969 NCAA Basketball reco& book, prfced at $7.95, is
Ex-Davidson AD to lead Knight commission                                                                                             now available from the Association. The 627-page book
                                                                                                                                     includes individual and team regular-season recordp for both
    Former Davidson College athlet-        versity of Mississippi and received a     tion on college grants, and from his            men and women, coaching records, all-Amen&          listings,
ics director Christopher B. “Kit”          master’ degree from Harvard Unii
                                                   s                                 own newspaper work in Lexington.                                                          s
                                                                                                                                     results of all 1966-89 men5 and women’ games, and the
 Morris has been appointed to lead        versity.                                      Members of the commission were               complete 196SWO schedule for men and women. The book
the Knight Foundation commission              He taught English at Walker High       announced in the November 20                    can be obtained from NCAA Publishing, PO. Box 1906,
that will recommend reforms in            School in Atlanta and later was            issue of The NCAA News.                         Mission, Kansas 66201.
intercollcgiatc athletics.                 summer school dean of students at
    Morris will establish a commis-
sion office in Charlotte, North Car-
                                           Harvard and an associate athletics
                                          director at Yale University before
olina.                                    being appointed at Davidson in                                                       tions Committee, ihe interpretation     sessions January 8.
                                           1985.                                     Continued from puKe 1
    Morris became the youngest ath-                                                  vention, interpretations of any of        requests must bc received in the
                                             Creed Black, foundation presi-                                                                                                  The
                                                                                                                                                                          @‘ report of the NCAA Nom-
letics director of an NCAA Division                                                  the I30 legislative proposals. A form     national oflice not later than De-
                                          dent and former chair and publisher                                                                                          inating Committee setting forth the
I school in 19X5, when at 33 he was                                                  at the end of the publication can be      cember 12.
                                          of the Lexington (Kentucky) Her-                                                                                             candidates that committee is pro-
named to the Davidson post.                                                          removed or photocopied and sent              The Official Notice also includes:
                                          ald-Leader, said the foundation has                                                                                          posing for Division III vice-presi-
   “We are extremely fortunate to
                                          committed as much as $2 million in
                                                                                     to the legislative services department       l Rosters of the six Convention      dent and for vacancies on the
have someone as intelligent, articu                                                  at the national office.                   committees, as well as the Council,     NCAA Council, as reported in the
                                          funding for the commission.
late and knowledgeable about all                                                         Such requests will he reviewed by     Executive Committee and Presi-          November 27 issue of The NCAA
                                             The commission should complete
aspects of college sports as Kit to                                                  the Legislation and Interpretations       dents Commission.                       News.
                                          its work and make recommenda-
direct the commission staff,” the                                                    Committee in mid-December, and               l An updated schedule of all meet-
                                          tions for reforms in intercollegiate
commission’   s cochairs, the Rev.                                                   resultant interpretations will be dis-    ings being held in conjunction with       l An index listing each proposed
                                          athletics by mid-1991, Black said.
Theodore Hesburgh, president emer-                                                   tributed for review at the conference     the Convention.                         amcndmcnt to the constitution and
                                              Black said the idea for the com-
itus of the University of Notre                                                      meetings held in conjunction with            @Listings of the proposals that      bylaws in the order that it would
                                          mission emerged from a suggestion
Dame, and William Friday, presii                                                                          lb
                                                                                     the Convention. ‘ assure review           will be acted upon in the separate      appear in the current NCAA Man-
                                          by Friday, who advises the founda-
dent emeritus of the University of                                                   by the Legislation and Interpreta-        division and subdivision business       ual.
North Carolina, said November 29
in a statement.
   “He knows the problems, having         Legislative                 Assistance                                                                                                    1999 Column    No. 43
served as an athletics director, and
he knows the people in college ath-             NCAA Bylaw 14.6.4-two-year                     college transfer                program at the certifying institution. Further, such a student who first
letics whom we will have to reach in                                                                                           enrolled as a regular student in a two-year institution after August I, 1988,
order to win acceptance of the com-                                                                                            must have a cumulative grade-point average of 2.000 for the courses that
                                             In accordance with Bylaw 14.6.4. I. I, a transfer student from a two-year         normally would be accepted as transferable degree credit at the certifying
mission’ final recommendations.”
                                          college who was a qualifier per Bylaw 14.3. I I is eligible for competition at       institution.
    Morris graduated from the Uni-
                                          a Division I member institution the first academic year in residence only if             A transfer student from a two-year college is cligiblc in a Division 11
                                          the student has: (I) spent at least two semesters or three quarters in
G reen                                    residence at the two-year college (excluding summer sessions), presented a
                                          minimum of 24 semester hours or 36 quarter hours of transferable degree
                                                                                                                               institution for competition during the first academic year in residence only
                                                                                                                               if the student has: (I) graduated from the two-year college, or (2) presented
                                                                                                                               a minimum of 24 semester or 36 quarter hours of transferable degree credit
                                          credit with a cumulative minimum grade-point average of 2.000, and                   with a cumulative minimum grade-point average of 2.000 and spent at least
the legislation to establish the Pres-    satisfactorily completed an average of at least I2 semester or quarter hours         two semesters or three quarters in residence at the two-year college
idents Commission.                        of transferable degree credit acceptable toward any baccalaureate degree             (excluding summer sessions).
    President at Livingston       since   program at the certifying institution for each academic term of attendance               For purposes of determining transferable degree credit, the institution
 1973, <ireen was director of dcvel-      at the two-year college, or (2) graduated from the two-year college, and             may count those courses accepted as degree credit in any of its colleges,
opmcnt at Dickinson College and           completed satisfactorily a minimum of 48 semester or 72 quarter hours of             schools or departments. Credit hours for courses with grades not
at Birmingham Southern College            transferable degree credit acceptable toward any baccalaureate degree                considered acceptable for transferable degree credit for all students at an
prior to that. His career also includes   program at the certifying institution. Further, a student who first enrolled         institution shall not be counted in determining whether the transfer
teaching at University of Alabama         as a regular student in a two-year college after August I, 1988, must have           requirement for total number of hours is satisfied. In calculating the
extension centers in Montgomery           a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 2.000 for the courses that               necessary grade-point average, grades earned in all courses that normally
and Birmingham; serving as a spe-         normally would be accepted as degree credit at the certifying institution.           are transferable to an institution shall be considered in determining the
cial agent in the U.S. Army Coun-         Eligibility for practice and financial aid for such student-athletes who             qualitative grade-point average for meeting transfer requirements, regardless
terintelligence Corps, and serving        transfer without having satisfied the requirements of Bylaw I is           of the grade earned or whether such a grade makes the course unacceptable
as city manager at Mountain Brook,        based upon the rules of the institution or the conference of which the               for transferable degree credit. Only the last grade earned in a course that
Alabama.                                  institution is a member, if any.                                                     has been repeated shall be included in the grade-point average calculation.
    He holds a bachelor’ degree from         A two-year college transfer student who was not a qualifier (per Bylaw                Finally, it should be noted that a student-athlete who has been in
Mates College; a master’ in political      14.3. I. I) is eligible for institutional financial aid, practice and competition   residence at two or more junior colleges may combine the terms of
science from the University of Ala-       in the first academic year in residence at a Division 1 member institution           residence at all two-year colleges in order to satisfy the residence
bama, Tuscaloosa, and a doctor 01         only if the student has graduated from the two-year college and has                  requirement. All grades and all course credits that are transferable from the
laws degree conferred by Jackson-         completed satisfactorily a minimum of 48 semester or 72 quarter hours of             two-year colleges to the member institution           shall be considered in
ville State University.                   transferable degree credit acceptable toward any baccalaureate degree                                                 s
                                                                                                                               determining the student-athlete’ eligibility.
                                                                                                                                                                                                    THE NCAA NEWS/December   4.1969   3

                                                 wrcd Uivision II business sess,on.             thr ~ludcnl rcccivud du,,ing thr p,,,~r
not designated for roll call this yean           Financial aid                                  acadrmic year: tu \pccify that \uch ;r,d
    Two NCAA Councd proposals                       No. 41: IO specify that a studcntmathm      during the summer shall count Howard the
                                                 Ictc‘ institutional financial a\\,\tancu
                                                     s                                                      s
                                                                                                inrtitution‘ max,mum grant-In-aid li111~
complKtK thr short academics sec-
                                                 may lncludr the coLt 01 Lupplio rcquircd       IMwns durmg the cnauiny academic yra,.
tion, onr clarifying Kxccptions to               ot all student\ in rach class in wh,ch the     Sponsored hy xrven I),vixion I-A mstlto-
the satisfactory-progress legislation            student-athlctc i> enrolled. Sponsored hy      tions Gcncral buamess sers,on. I)ivisi,rnr
and the other permitting flexibility             a Division I-A confrrrncc. Gen~ml huai-        I and II.
for Division 11 institutions in ob-              ne,s     scss,on.                                  No. 44: lo reduce Irum 70 to 60 the
taining prospects’ ACT and SAT                      No. 42: lo pernut the appl,cati,,n of the   I,nancial a,d equivalency I,,nitat,,m ,,I
scores.                                          bummer f,nanc,al aid logislatlon on it         [),v~sr,,ri IL/IA football Spon\orcd hy a
Financial aid                                    dlv,s,un~by~d,vi\ion h&a in the future by      L)iv,s,on ILAA conlcrcncc I~,v,l;io,, ILAA
                                                 changing the apphcable regulati,,rl from a     bus,nc\r scss~on.
    An attempt to increasr thK basic                                                                                                               No. 48: lo conlirm rhat mcmhr-r inbti-
                                                 dominant IO a federatcd provision NCAA             No. 45: To rcducc from 70 I,, hS the
limitation on thK financial rud that             Council-spon~rcd. Gcncral bus,nr,s SC\-        f,nanc,al a,d equivalency I,milatiun m
                                                                                                                                               tutIOn\   m;ry UtIIlIc    rltlle,     the actual-cost
an individual student-athlete may                \,O,l.                                         D~v,,,on ILAA football. Sp,,n\ored by
                                                                                                                                               or the avcrag,ng      mrthod        ,n detcrm,n,ny     ;,

rcceivc brads thK I! financial aid                                                                                                             \tudc,~l~athlulc‘  r      cquivalcncy             VAUC
                                                    No. 43: lo apeclfy that it,, cmollrd        n,nt: IIivibion I-AA ,nst,tut,onlr. r),v,s,on
                                                                                                                                               NCAA C‘      r,unc,l-\p~,naored (;cncr,,l hua,-
proposals.                                       student-athlctc shall not rcccive athlct,-     ILAA huamess sc\r,on.
                                                                                                                                               nesv ses\,on,    Dlv,sl,m         I and II.
    The Atlantic Coast Conference                tally rclatcd financial ajh,\tdnce to attend       No. 46: Tu permit mumhets (11I)ivi>ion
proposes that required course sup-                              s
                                                 an institution’ summrr rchool or 5umnlH’       ILA to award athletically related Iinancial
                                                 tc,,n unless the individual rrccivcd aMet-     ad to a loothall studc,+;rthlctc to, thr
plies he added to the current grant                                                             llrst t,mc and cxcmpt such aid from the
                                                 ically rrlatrd aid durmg thr pr,,,, academ,c
components 01 tuition, fees, room,               year and the \u,nmc, WI I\ in proportlon       ,n,t,al grant Iimitat,on II the student-
board and course-related books. A                to the an,,,u,n of athletically rclatrd aid    athletr ha\ hccn in resldrncc at thr crrtlf y-
two-thirds ma.jority of all voters is
necessary to alter the basic lcgisla~
tion involved
    ‘Iwo other proposals deal with
aid for atlcnding sUmmcr school
(apart from the proposals dealing
with summer aid for incoming sty-
dent-athletes, which arc in the Corn-
mission’ grouping). The NCAA
Council proposes a simple change
in voting rcquircmcnts that would
permit the summer aid legislation to
bc amrndrd on a diviGon-by-diviL
slon basis m IuturK Conventions,
                                                                                           DO IT YOUR                                                                      WAY                              !
whilK a group c)f seven I)ivision I-A
mstitutlons would specify that an
KnrdKd      student-athlete (as opposed
IO an incoming studcn&athlete)
could not receive summKr aid UnlKS!,                                                PACIOLAN SYSTEMS                                                           s
                                                                                                                                                  is the nation’ number one
he or she rcccivcd such aid during
the prior academic year.
                                                                                    supplier           of automated                      TlCKETlNC       for college athletics.
    Among the other financial aid
proposals arc two alternatives to
reducing the grants m Division
ILAA football.
    One, submitted by the Ohio Val-
try f?OnfKrKnce,       wouk~ drop the                                        Non-Renewal                _&a
cUrrcnt limit of 70 (hnscd on cquiL
valenc1es) to 60, KffKctiVK in 1991-
92. The other, proposed by nine
Division ILAA members, mostly in
New England, would IOWKr the 70
to 65, effective in 1990-9 I
    Following is a summary of the
three academics       proposals and the
 I 1 in the l’inancial aid grouping:
   No. 3X: IO permit n,rnqualifiur\ ;mtl
partd quahf,cr\ m Div,sion I to car,) 3
lourth xasun 01 athlctica eligibility il they
havr complrted 96 semestct or 144 qua, tet
units towaId a speclllr baccalaulratr drm
g,cc program at the crrtilylng ,nstitut,on
by thu hcginning 01 tho fifth acadrmic
year of c,n~oll,nunt Spun~rud hy a IIivi~                                     We tailor           the use of the software                                    to the way a client                           operates.
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                                                                              PSI’    TICKETING                          system    provides   maximum     flexibility in
midyear enrollment, and nonrecrurtrd.
nonpa, t,c,pant leglslatl,xl rclatcd to t lht.
                                                                              TICKETING,       from                      designing    and printing   your own ticket
ratihfactory~proKru\b rule arc cxccption\.                                    applications to                      printing    and mailing   tickets  in an unlimited
rather than waiver\. and thus WC admit>-
,Ltered by member mst,tut,on\, rathe,                                         number of ways.
than by conference\ o, the Fl,g,h,l,ty
C‘ ommi~tcc NC‘   AA (‘  ouncil-sponsored
General business sess,un, D,v,\~ons I and
   No. 40: 7,) permit a Divi.Go,l I I rncmhur
rnstlturlon to obtam a prospect’ ACT or
SAT ccorc athcr Irom the trst,ng agency
or from an official copy of the high-
school transcr,pt. NCAA Counc~lLspun~

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4      THE NCAA NEWS/December 4.1989

Athletics counselor rebuts claims that athletes are abused
By Pete Toye                              fight such sensationalism? When is            Pardon thK histrionics, but my             demic Pcrformancc.” The results of                               lions arc the targets for most of the
                                           it time to exposr such writers as the    indignation has been a long time               the study clearly illustrate some                                criticism involving athletics and aca-
    I am still trying lo rcconcilc the     parasites that they are? These paras-    festering. Let’ look at some facts
                                                                                                    s                              important findings. 1 will limit my                              demics. Actually, the graduation
charge in a rcccnt issue of Sports         ites feed off of the very “abused”       about college student-athletes, lest I         discussion to Division I-A schools                               rate of all student-athletes is a full
Illustrated (October 2, 1989) that        children that we are accused of           am accused of the very misrepresen-            since they seem to be the ones most                               I5 percentage points higher than
what WK do in college athletics is        victimizing. The hypocrisy of such        tation that.1 find so abhorrent.               often attacked for lack of academic                              the general student body in large
tantamount to child abuse. Such an        journalism is mind-boggling, in that          Is the collcgc athletics environ-          integrity.                                                        1-A public institutions (52.6 vs. 37.Q
accusation is not only callous, it is a    such writers would be unemployed         mKnt thr academic wasteland so                    At these schools, student-alhletcs                            hardly KVidKncK of gross academic
direct insult to thosr children who        were it not for malor college athlet-    popularly portrayed in 1hK media?              had a five-year graduation        ratK                           ncgligsnce.
havK been burnrd, beaten, starved,         its.                                     The available data suggest strongly            higher than the general student body                                So why do we in college athletics
sodomized, and you name it, by                 We are castigated as miscreants      that it is not.                                (52 percent vs. 48 percent), with                                feel we: always must bK on the defen-
sadistic adults who enjoy torturing       in one Kdition, only to find the smil-        In May 1989, the United States             basketball (37.X percent) and foot-                              sive about graduation rates of stu-
innocents.                                 ing faces of thK young men and           General Accounting        Office pub-          ball (45 percent) being lower than                                             ?
                                                                                                                                                                                                    dent-athlctcs’ The cold, hard data
   When do WC reach a point                womrn WK have allegedly been abus-       lished a document entitled “Student-           the overall student rate.                                        rcvcal that student-athletes graduate
when it’ time to stand and
           s                               ing on thK cover of the next.            Athletes: Information on their Aca-               The largr, state-funded institu-                                                SW A thktics, pug’ 5

Letter              to the Editor                                                   Prop. 48’ working, but it’ not enough
                                                                                    ‘                        s
                                                                                    Max Lennon, president                                                           Haskeii M. Monroe Jr., chancellor
                                                                                    Clemson University                                                              University of Missouri, Columbia
                                                                                    The Evening Post (Charleston,        South Carolina)                            St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Study examines freshman eligibility                                                    “We’  ve been at Lero the last two years taking                                  “Athletics is part of what most people expect college
‘ the Editor:
 IO                                                                                 Proposition 4X players, but WK think we should go                               life to he for traditional institutions. But it ought to be
    At the September meeting of the Committee on Basketball Issues, I               further.                                                                        good. Athletics done properly is a plus.
presented the results of my dissertation, titled “Freshman Participation               “I do not believe for an instant the argument that we                            “Athletics done correctly is a focus for hringing
Related to the Academic Achievement of Malr lnlercollegiale Student-                should relax and back away from our commitment of                               thousands of people to the campus. Nothing else
Athletes.”                                                                          increasing academic standards. Our approach is simple.                          except commencement even approaches that.
    Because no mention was made of the: study in The NCAA News article              When WK make an admissions decision, WC want to                                     “1 want it (athletics) to reflect this university’   s
concerning thK committre’ most recent meeting, I felt compelled to write            make sure that we accept only those students who have                           attitudes, values that when the players go on the
to share the rrsults of thr study with the membership.                              a reasonable probability       of graduating from our
   The study Kxamined the academic achievement of baskethall and                    institution. Anything less than that is unacceptable.”
lootball student-athletes who matriculated at eight Big ‘         Ien ConferKncK    Randy Roberts, faculty member
institutions in 19X0-81, 1981-X2 and 19X2-X3. Using several statistical             and sports historian
methods, the study examined the academic performance of student-                    Purdue University
athletes who participated in varsity competition as freshmen and student-           The Associated    Press                                                         field, they are well-prepared, they give a good account
athletes who were redshirted as freshmen.                                              “I would say that WC have the sports m this country                          of themselves, that every effort ~ before, during and
   On the measures of freshman grade-point average and graduation rate,             that we want and deserve.                                                       after the contest     was honorable.”
it was found that playing or not playing in varsity competition as a                   “Our sports reflrct our society. To ask for a different
freshman was not a major factor in the academic performance of thK                                                                                                                       s
                                                                                                                                                                    Perry Clark, head men’ basketball                                  coach
                                                                                    system would bK to ask for a different society.”                                Tulane University
student-athlete. The factors that were found. to bK most ~ilical lo .the
SUCCKSS of thK student-athlete     were high school grade-point average, high       Dick Lynch                                                                      The Associated             Press
school rank and standardized college entrance examinations.                         College basketball        official                                                    ve
                                                                                                                                                                       “I’ got a tough job, no question. But I think the
    In short, if a student-athlrtr is academically prepared lo be in college,       Providence Journal                                                              ingredients are here-from      an academic standpoint,
that student-athlete likely will succeed, and vice-versa.                              “The crowds are bigger, the athletes are better and                          from an athletics standpoint and a social standpoint,
    The results of my study call into question thK utility of dKclaring                    s
                                                                                    there’ considerably more pressure on the officials                              and also from a situation of giving young people an
freshmen ineligihlc for varsity competition. The malority of time a student-              hc                                     s
                                                                                       “‘l’ pace of the game has picked up. It’                            opportunity lo go on and achieve.
athlctc spends on his or her sport is spent on the practice field. Ruling           what kids can do today, which makes it more difficult                              “WC arr back. WC arc back with a new program built
frKshmKn inrligible for competition does not lessen this burden, nor does it        to officiate. And the rise of conferences has put morr                          on young people with academic integrity and athletics
provide significantly more time for the student-athlete to become acclimated        pressure on the coaches to gKt to the: NCAAs. ThK                               ability. We are in a tough conference, and without a
to the CvtlKge Knvironmenl.                                                         coaches are undsr stress, and that intrnsity and                                doubt, it is going to take some lime to put everything
    If the CvncKrn   is that too many student-athletes need a fifth year to         prcssurc are transferred to the officials during the                            togcthcr. But I feel we have the foundation we need to
complete their degrees, then institutions should drvelop financial aid              game.”                                                                          build the type of program WC all want.”
programs to assist student-athletes who art: within 24 to 30 credit hours of
completing their dcgrccs.
    Additionally, if institutions want to Increase their graduation rates, they
should bring in student-athletes who arc academically prepared for CV~~K~K.
                                                                                    Women’ basketball is on its wav                                                                                                          J
                                                                                    By Hill Henncr                                 that the confcrcncc that led the                                  crowded into Assembly Hall for the
The answer lies not in ruling freshmen ineligible for varsity compclition but       I’
                                                                                    ‘ hK Indianap& Srar                            nation in total women’ baskrtball
                                                                                                                                                            s                                        Indiana-Purdue           s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         men’ game. A
in maintaining and perhaps even increasing initial-eligibility      requirements.   Ercl~rpIlYl /rorn 0 l~olunln                   attKndancK last year is the one right                                      s
                                                                                                                                                                                                     women’ game followed. I‘ say  d
                                   Jon A. Stcinbrechcr                                                                             here in our backyard: 1hK Big Ten.                                fewer than 200 spectators remained
                                   Director of Communications                          They’ come a long way, baby.
                                                                                             ve                                       Does that mean spectators arc                                  until half time. Probably fewer than
                                   Association of                                   And they’ still got a long way to
                                                                                                ve                                 knocking down gym doors to get                                    100 stayed until the end.
                                      Mid-Continent   llniversities                 go.                                            in’ Hardly.
                                                                                                                                      ?                                                                            t
                                                                                                                                                                                                        And don’ blame it all on men.
                                                                                       But, despite the frrvrnt hopes of              Collcctivcly, Big ‘ teams aver-
                                                                                                                                                        lkn                                                                t
                                                                                                                                                                                                     EvKn the women didn’ stay to watch
                                                                                    chauvinists and male-dominalrd                 aged 1,613 per game last winter.                                  the women.
Looking                   Back                                                      sports dKpartmKnts everywhere, this
                                                                                    thing callrd women’ college
                                                                                                            s          bas-
                                                                                                                                   Iowa averaged 4,429 per game, Ohio
                                                                                                                                   State4,153, Purduc(with the largest
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Yet, l‘ convinced thosr timrs
                                                                                                                                                                                                     arc changing. Why? BKG~USK(1)
                                                                                    kctball isn’ going to go away.
                                                                                                 t                                 pzr-gamK incrKasK in lhc nation)                                           s
                                                                                                                                                                                                     women’ baskKtball skills arc con-
Five years ago                                                                         Alter a long push, thr snowball is          2,381. But at the other Knd of the                                stantly improving,      and (2) wv-
   I’ NCAA Prcsidcnts Commission announced Dcccmhcr 12, 19X4, that
    he                                                                              now at the top of the hill. In the next        spectrum, there are some games in                                       s
                                                                                                                                                                                                     men’ coaches and administrators
11was scheduling a special Convention of the NCAA for .lunc 20-21, 19X5,            decade, it will roll downward, gath-           which the participants outnumber                                  are beginning to realize that a little
10 deal with lnlcgrlly and Kconomlcs issues m IntercOllKglate athlcllcs. (ThK       cring momentum att the way. It will            the fans.                                                         tclcvision and a lot of marketing
NCAA NKWS, December 12, 19X4)                                                       bKcomK bigger, bettrr, morr Knter-                A year ago, for example, 17,000                                can work miracles
                                                                                    taining and more attractive        first
Ten years ago                                                                       to television and then to the paying
   The Special C‘   ommittcc on NCAA Govcrnancc, Organization and
Scrviccs held its first meeting Dcccmber I l-12, 1979, in Kansas City.
Missouri. The special committee’ assignment was to study the governance
                                                                                       Will it KvKr rival mKn’S basketball’!                                            %
                                                                                                                                                             The NCAA I:.,I- News
                                                                                    No way. But it will carve its own
structure of the NCAA, including the involvement of women in that
                                                                                    niche in the sporting conscience.                     Published      weekly, except biweekly         in the summer. by the Nabonal             Collegiate     Athletic
structure. NCAA Secretary~l’   rcasurcr James Frank, president of Lincoln
                                                                                    That process, in fact, already has                Assoclatlon.       Nail Avenue at 63rd Street. PO Box 1906. MIssion.                    Kansas 66201. Phone
IJnivcrsity (Missouri), chaired the cammittcc. (Novcmbcr 30. 1979, NC-AA                                                              913/364-3220         Subscrtpbon        rate: $24 annually       prepald:    $15 annually     prepald     for junior
News)                                                                                                                                 college     and high school           faculty   members       and students.        $12 annually        prepald      for
                                                                                        Indeed, it may surprise you lo                students      and faculty       at NCAA        member     institutions.      Second-class       postage      pald at
Twenty years ago                                                                    know that CBS telrcasts of the last               Shawnee        Mission,     Kansas.     Address    CorrectIons       requested     Postmaster       send address
   A total of 41 proposed amendments to the NCAA constitution and                   four NCAA Division I women’            s          changes       to NCAA          Publlshmg.       PO     Box 1906. MIssIon.            Kansas      66201       Display
                                                                                                                                      advertismg        representative,       Host Communlcatlons.              Inc    PO     Box 3071, Lexmgton,
bylaws wKrK submiltcd for the Association’ 64th annual Convention in                tournament championship games                     Kentucky       4059&3071.
January 1970 and 35 of those were sponsored by the NCAA Council.                    have drawn the highrst ratings in                 Publisher                                                                                             .Ted C Tow
One of the few submitted by the membership proposed adding an I Ith                 their time slots.                                 Editor-in-Chief                                                                             .Thomas       A Wilson
                                                                                                                                      Managing        Edltor                                                                         Timothy      J Lilley
game to the football season. (December 1969 NC-AA News)                                 It might interest you to know that            AssIstant     Edltor                                                                          Jack L Copeland
Fifty years ago                                                                     media credential requests for the                 Advertlsmg       Manager                                                                      Marlynn      R. Jones
   I:rank W. Nicolson of Wesleyan University resigned as NCAA secretary-                      s
                                                                                    Wnmen’ Final Four have grown                      The Comment            sechon     of The NCAA News is offered as opinion.                 The wews expressed
                                                                                                                                      do not necessarily            represent       a consensus        of the NCAA         membenhlp           An Equal
trcasurcr December 29, 1939, after serving in that position for 31 years.           from 27 in 19X2 to 225 last year.                 Opportumty         Employer
(“NCAA: ‘ hc Voice of Collcgc Sports”)                                                  It might also interest you to know
                                                                                                                                                                 THE NCAA NEWS/December        4.1989       5

NCAA should use new TV money for athletes, nothing else
By Bill Millsaps                            dime from this new contract to            Conditions of their grants, which         There are 293 colleges in Division     would make the payments to the
Richmond Times-Dispatch                     increase the already large amounts     are contracts in effect, do not permit   I and 194 in Division II. Some             athletes, not the schools.
Excerptrd from a column                     of money paid to the teams that        them to work during the school           Division I schools have broad-based           To encourage better academic
                                            make the NCAA tournament field         year. As a practical matter, many of     programs with 25 or more fully             performance, only scholarship ath-
   This TV money bonanza from               and advance in it. The first-round                t
                                                                                   them don’ work during the summer,        funded sports and as many as 300           letes who meet institutional      and
CBS Sports represents a chance for          losers in 19X9 received $274,X45,      either. Too many sports rcquirc          athletes on some form of athletically
                                                                                                                                                                       NCAA academic standards, and
the NCAA to right a wrong of long           while teams that reached the Final     year-around training now, and too        related aid. Most are scaled-down
                                                                                                                                                                       are certified as such by the faculty
standing. A large portion of this           Four in Seattle each got $1.37 mil-    many scholarship athletes have to        models that offer bare minimums            athletics chair, would he cligihle to
money should be used to pay a               lion, about six times what Final       go to summer school to attend            of athletics scholarship assistance.       receive the stipend.
monthly stipend, during the nine            Four teams were paid IO years ago.     classes they arc not able to take                        s          s
                                                                                                                            For argument’ sake, let’ be conser
months of an academic year, to                      s
                                                That’ more than enough linan       during the regular academic year.        vative and say that there are at least        7 he NCAA has long, and for the
every grant-in-aid athlete at every         cial incentive. Put a cap on it and       Why all grant-in-aid      athletes?   70,000 athletes on grants-in-aid at        most part wrongly, been accused of
NCAA Division I and Division II             keep it there for a period of years.   Why not just athletes in the revenue-    Divisions I and II colleges across         using and abusing grant-in-aid ath-
school in the nation.                           Moreover, the NCAA should not      producing sports’  !’                    the country.                               letes. Today, the NCAA        has a
                                            use a dime of this money to create a      First, such an arrangement prob           Divide $X3 million by 70,000 and       chance to show that it really does
   In the past, the main argument                                                                                                                                      care about the PKOPIK who make
against such payments has been,             trust fund for coaches or to build     ahly could not survive an inevitable     you come up with $1,185 for a
                                            another layer of bureaucracy or to     challenge in the courts. Second,         school year, which is about $ I32 per      possible such monstrously large tele-
“But we don’ have the money!”                                                                                                                                          vision rights feKS.
Contract headlines made that argu           fund another study or to provide       athletes in nonrevenue sports such       month per scholarship athlete.
ment laughable.                             scholarships in off-brand sports.      as cross country and field hockey             At the beginning of each semester        Those pcoplc arc not the coaches
                                                The NCAA       and its member      train just as hard and are just as       or grading period, the faculty ath-        or the networks or the beer compa
  The NCAA        should    not use a       schools in Divisions I and II should   worthy of financial support as the        letics chair at each Division I and       nies or the shoe merchants. Those
                                            use the money to help pay for the      people who make headlines playing         Division II school would certify to                                       s
                                                                                                                                                                       people are the athletes, and it’ way
Athletics                                   living expenses of their grants-in-
                                            aid athletes.
                                                                                   basketball and football.
                                                                                      It would work this way:
                                                                                                                            the NCAA a list of the school’
                                                                                                                            grant-in-aid athletes. The NCAA
                                                                                                                                                                   s   past time they started receiving their
                                                                                                                                                                       small share of the feast.
Continud from puge 4
at a higher rate than their peers,
period. Where is all the abuse and
exploitation     that we presumably
perpetrate upon our youngsters?
    More than 60 percent of the
general student population at large
public institutions do not graduate
in five years. So, arc not the admm-
istrators of these schools also to he
indicted for abuse and exploitation’ ?
These institutions have taken the
students’ tuition        and fees and
“kicked them out” without so much
as a degree.
    Academician, would hc appalled
at such an accusation and no doubt
would counter with something
about a student’ irresponsibility
and lack of commitment. The indi-
vidual student would be held culpa-
hlc, not the system. If the same logic
is not applied to student-athletes,
then the ultimate of double stand-
ards exists.
    Some student-athletes tiavc no
Interest in graduating, only rnarkctt
ing themselves for the pros. Is this
                                                          Exhilarating speed.
the system or an individual choice
based upon demographics far out of                                       ve
                                                                  If you’ been condemned to spend your life in airports, imagine this. You
the control of coaches, counselors
 or college presidents?
                                                                  just breeze past all the lines at the car rental counters. Go directly to an
    Is it any worse when a student-                                                                                    89
                                                                  exclusive section of our lot. Choose from a fleet of ‘ Cadillacs. Sink into
athlete leaves without a degree than
when a nonstudent~athlctc lcaves
                                                                  the unparalleled comfort of its leather seating areaTurn the key Glide to
without one? It’ certainly a wasted                               the gate. An attendant looks at your license and ‘    swipes’your Emerald
opportunity, hut is it exploitation
or, even worse, child abuse?                                                                     s
                                                                  Club card through National’ computer.The barrier sweeps up And the
    ‘ he support available to today’
     l’                               s                           smooth, reassuring feel of a Cadillac V8 whisks you silently to freedom.
college studenttathlctcs to help them
achieve their academic goals is tre-                              All for the same price as standing in line for an ordinary mid-size. It’   s
 mendous, and it works. Counseling,                                                                s                         s
                                                                  called the Emerald Aisle”: It’ exclusively for National’ Emerald Club’
tutors, supcrviscd study time, fifth-
year scholarships and the NCAA                                    members and is available at most major airports. If you have been
Gxth-year Echolarship program arc                                 sentenced to travel for
great opportunities aimed at gradu-
 ating studenttathlctcs.                                          business, join us. Call                   .g Na tional CarRental..
    Thcrc is no program in the coun-                              I-800-NCR-NCAA”.
try that can force a human being to
 learn. If there were, there would hc
 no need for graduationrate       com-
 parisons, because everyone would
graduate. Who decides which hu-
 man beings don’ deserve at least a
 chance at sell-enhancement though
 higher education, regardless of race,
 creed or socioeconomic reality?
                                                           Unequaled luxury
     What’ wrong with taking kids
 whose entire lives have been athletics
 and providing them the environment
 necessary to earn a dcgrcc, knowing
 SOII~S will choose not to tahc advan
 tagc of this opportunity?
     Providing that opportunity        is
 what the vast rna,jority of collegiate
 institutions aspire to and accom
 plish. WC should not be hcsistant in
 continumg to give kids a chance at a
 better life tor fear of being accused
 of something as emotionally and
 physically revolting as child abuse. 1
 guess dealing with cheap shots gors
 with the turf.
6      THE NCAA NEWS/Dec%mber 4.1999

Santa Clara, Virginia tie for I men’ soccer title
    Vuginia and Santa Clara played                s
                                          Virginia’ stalwart defense.                the extra periods.                                                                    Second      half    S- Hravo      (H&her).        50.35:
                                                                                                                                                                       S-Cameron            Rant (penalty    kick), 54.02
to a I-I tie after one hour of overtime      Drew Fallon scored Virginia’   s           Virginia advanced to the cham-                                                     Shots on goal. Santa Clara 19, IndIana                  9.
December 3 at Rutgers, becoming           only goal at 26:48 with a five-yard        pionship game by shutting out host                                                Saw\. Santa Clara(          Yanamoto)        3. IndIana
the first Division I men’ soccer          shot off a header from Lyle Yorks.         Rutgers, 34). Santa Clara eliminated                                              (Juergen      Sommer)       6 Corner        kicks.    Santa
cochampions in 21 years.                                                                                                                                               Clara 4, tndiana          4 l-0~1s. Santa Clara            16.
                                             The Cavaliers led until 83:37,          Indiana. 4-2, in the other semifinal.                                              tndiana   24. Attcndancc.        7,X36.
    Maryland and Michigan State,          when Jeff Baicher converted a pass                                                                                           CHAMPIONSHIP
the only other cochampions, battled                                                  SEMIFINALS                                                                        Santa Clara                              0    t 0 n--t
                                                                                     Vwginia...................                                I 2         3           Virginia..                               I 0 0 0             I
to a 2-2 lie after two overtimes in                                                                                                            0 o-o                                                                                                                                   Fallon
                                                                                     Kutgers                                                                               F,r,t half. Drew Fall<,,, (I.+          York\. R,ch,e
 1968.                                                                                   f-irst half. V           John Maessner           (unassisted),                W,lliam\).     26.48
   The 1989 deadlock gave each                                                       32.36.                                                                                Second     half Jeff Baicher       IJeremy      Smith).
                                                                                         Second       halt      V~-- Maesrncr          (Brad Agoos).
team its first men’ soccer title and                                                                                                                                   x3.37
                                                                                     61.44: V-~ Jim Kunrhlro                   (unaraated).     X9.34                      Shot, 11” goal. Santa Clara 12, Vlrgmla                IO.
also was Santa Clara’ first cham-                                                        Shots     on goal.            Vlrgma        IS. Rutgers        II             Saves. Santa Clara(f%c         Yamamnto)        4. Vlrginla
pionship in any sport.                                                               Save. V,rg,ma (Tony Me&)                        5, Kulgers (Dave                  (Tony Me&)           5 Corner kicks        Santa Clara 6.
    Players, coaches and a crowd of                                                  Rarruera)       4 Corner kicks. Virgmia                 6. Rutgers                Virginia   4. f-outs. Santa Clara 79, Virginia            27.
                                                                                     9. Fouls. Virginia               I I. Rutgers 5 Attendance:                       Attendance        3.Xx9
3,X89 braved a 21degree, windy            from Jeremy Smith to even the              7.X36.
day (the Associated Press reported        score at I-I.                              FantaClara.........................Z                           2      4
a wind chill of IO degrees) for the                  s
                                             Virginia’ Fallon took the first         Indiana                           _.                      20          2
                                                                                         F,rrt halp I           Steve Snow (Ken Snow), 3.52;
championship        game, which was       shot in overtime, but Santa Clara
                                                                                     I-S       Snow ( lam Casaburo),                 29.45, S       Slcvc
billed as a contrast between Santa        dominated offensive play, getting          Robertson          (Jcrcmy           Smith).    29:23: S        Paul
Clara’ high-powered offense and
       s                                  seven shots throughout the rest of         Rravo (Jelf Baicher), 4451.

Harlow’ two goals pace Penmen
   Sophomore midfielder      Archie       team, which finished the season 22-        forward Ike gave the Pcnmcn
Harlow scored two goals to pace            t-2.                                      the early advantage with a goal at
New Hampshire C’    ollege to a 3-l           “We’ accustomed to this type of
                                                 re                                  7:06.
victory over North Carolina~Grccns~       weather, so it didn’ hinder us,“
                                                                t                       The Spartans downed third-
bore IIecemher 3 in the final game        Rooms said. “The key was our desire        ranked Cannon 4-2 in the semifinals,
of the Division II Men’ Soccer
                           s              and the fact that we simply gave our       white New Hampshire         College
Championship.                             peak effort today. It was our best         handled I2th-ranked Cal State Hay-
                                          performance of the year; I’ very
                                                                       m             ward, 2-O.
   Harlow’ first goal broke a IfI tie     proud of our guys:’ he added.              SEMIFINALS
                                                                                     C.aI St Hayward                                                0 0           0
with only 15130 clapscd, and he
added an insurance goal with less            North CarolinaGrccnsboro coach          New Ilamp               c‘ ol                                  I       I      2

                                           Michael Parker, who directed the               t-wst half. N               r,,rry lnrry (.t,,,, (;u~PY).
than six minutes remaining u-r the                                                   24 I3
contest. He was selected by the           Spar-tans to a 1941 mark this fall,             Second           halt     N      Archie      Harlow          ( lotty),

mcdta as the tournament’     s most                                 s
                                          also praised the Penmen’ efforts.          70. IO.
                                                                                          Shot\        ,,r, goal. (‘     al St. Hayward                4. New
valuable otlensive player, while team-       “On this particular occasion, they
                                                                                     IIamp          (‘01 7 Savrs, Cal Sr Hayward                         (Mark
mate Mike Martin earned most              wcrc the better team,” Parker said.        Lehncrt)           I, New Hamp. f‘         ol. (Adam Glllan)                 I.

valuable defensive honors.                “When we tied it, they came right          C’ wncr kwkx. Cal St Hayward                         5. New Ilamp
                                                                                     Cal R Fouls~ Cal St Hayward                         16, New Hamp.
                                          back and kept on attacking. They
                                                                                     Cvl. 22. Allcndancc.                  500 (ollmatc).
   lhc final game, played at North        played a fine game, and I congratu         Gannw                                                           I      I      2
C‘al~otina~(;rccnshoro in 30-degree,      late them on a championship effort.”       N (‘ -(;nernsboro                                              2 2            4
                                                                                          I-lr\l      half. (i         Ircry H1nph;tm           (John         frc-
windy weather, was bcforc a crowd            Freshman    midfielder   Hilmar         rebel). I t .50: N              Jason Haupt (H~lmar kiJO”lS-
of 2,137. New Hampshire C’     ottege     Bjornsson scored the Spartans’tonc         WI).        3 t .22. N         H,ll Sutherland         (urwwcd),
coach John Rootcs said the wcathcr                                                   40.02
                                          goal on a direct kick at the 13:20
                                                                                          Sccrmd half. fi                M,kc Hccncman              (J,m I)[-
conditions may have favor~ed his          mark. His goal came after junior           and). 54.15:               N     thlly    ttranry       (t-lion nswn).
                                                                                     77.07. N               Haup~ (Hcancy).          X5.45.
League will start two tournaments                                                         Shots on goal, Garmcm 8. N.C.-tireensboro
                                                                                      I I. Save?. Gannon                 (Terry Waldorf)            3, N.C‘      .-
    Postseason basketball tourna-                                        s
                                          March l-2, while the men’ tourna-          tirecnshoro              (Anthony        lhFogg,<r)          4 Corner
ments for men and women have been         ment will be March X-9. The school         kick\.        f;annon         1~ N (‘ -Greensboro             X Fouls.
                                          that finishes first in the league stand-   f;i,nnun          I I, N (‘ -(;rrensboro           IO Attendance.
approved, effcctivc with the 1990-
9 t season, hy the Great Lakes Intcr-     ings will serve as host for each           CtiAMPtONSHtP
cotlcgiatc Athletic Confcrcnceexec-       respective tournament.                     NW, Hamp             (‘,,I                              2       I     3
utivc committee.
                                             Accordmg to the plan, the second-
                                                                                     N (‘ -(;rrensholo
                                                                                          t-lr\t half NH           Ikr ()tUJ’    I Rob (-‘
                                                                                                                                             I 0
                                                                                                                                                                       Keep away
    Under the plan, the winners of
                                          and third-place teams in the league        7 Oh. NC’            H~lmar       Htorrrwr~       (una\\~>rcd).
the four-team postseason tourna-                                                      I1~20: N ti         Arcbw Ha,~l,rwf(‘    hapmsn).            l.5.3ll                                      s
                                                                                                                                                                                 North Carolina’ Sarina Weigman (front) tried to keep the ball
                                          standings wilt meet in the first game
mcnts for both men and women                                                              Scrond        half. NH         Harlow      (Jon Guppy).
                                                                                                                                                                                 away from Colorado College3 Chany Korget November 18
                                          of the tournament, with the first-         X4 04
would receive the conference’ au-                                                                                                                                                                           s
                                                                                                                                                                                 during the Division I women’ soccer final at North Carolina
                                          and fourth-place teams to follow.               Shot?. on gual, New tlrmp                    <,I 7. N (‘
                                                                                                                                      (‘                 ~
tomatic bids, assuming the league is                                                 Grcrnsboro           5 Saves. New Hamp              Cot (Adam                               State. The Tar Heels won, 2-O.
granted an automatic-quatifie;              A third-place game will be played        (;,ll;m)     2. N.C. (;rccn,boro           (Anthony        DiFog-
                                                                                     p”,, 3 (‘    ,,rr,er kwk\        New Hamp. C,rl. 5. N.C..
    The women’ postseason tourna-         at I p.m. the next day, with the           (;reensboro           1 t’ ouls.     New tlamp          (‘,,I      17.
ment for t 990-9 I is schcdulcd           championship schcdulcd for 3 p.m.          N.I-‘  .-Greensboro         12. Attendance          2,137
                                                                                                                                                                       Championships                                                     Summaries
                                                                                                                                                                       Division         I-AA                                            Iowa. IS-V. IS-h. IS-13: 1JCL.A defeated    Pcp-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        pcrdnne. 9-15. 15-10. 15-h. 15-4: Arinna      de-
                                                                                                                                                                       football                                                         teated   Oregon,  15-Y. 15-7. 15-12. Stanford
                                                                                                                                                                          Quarterfinals:         (;a   Southern      45, MIddIe
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        dcfcatcd  Swthcrn   Cal. IS-X. 13-15. IS-5. 15-7:
                                                                                                                                                                       lenn     St 3: Montana         25. Eastcm     III. 19. S. F.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Wy,>m,ngdeleated    Warhmgton.     15-Y 15-X. IS-
                                                                                                                                                                       Ausl,n St. S5. Swthwrt             Mo St 25: l-urman
                                                                                                                                                                       42. Ymngrtown          St 23
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Regionah       (December        7-10): Haww      (2X-2)
                                                                                                                                                                          Semifinals      (December      9 nl on-csm~pur rite\):
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        vs. Cal Pnly SI.0 (19-12): Reach St (2X-
                                                                                                                                                                       G;,. Southern       (I 3-O) v\ MunIana        f I t-2): Fur-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        5) VP Pacific (294);       lexas (26-V) vs. C‘   ahforma
                                                                                                                                                                       man(lZ-l)vs          S f- AurtmSt        111-1-1) Cbam-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        (IY-IO), Louisiana       St. (30-7) vs. Texas-Arlmg-
                                                                                                                                                                       plonsbip     December         I6 at Paulson       Stadium,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        tw (29-3). Nebraska          (26-J) vs Minnesota       (2Y-
                                                                                                                                                                       Statesboro,      tieorgia.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        X): Ilhnois     (26-7) vs Ohio St (27-6). UCLA
                                                                                                                                                                       Division         II                                              (2X-2)~s     Arixmaf IX-12).        Stanford  (IX-I I) v)
                                                                                                                                                                       football                                                         Wyoming       (23-6).
                                                                                                                                                                          Semifinals:     Jacksonv~llc    St. 34. Angelo    St.            Scmifinalb     Ihxcmbcr       14 at the Neal Hlalcdcll
                                                                                                                                                                       16. Mwwpp~           Cal 26. tndlana    (Pa ) 14                 Center, Honolulu.        Hawaii: final December          16.
                                                                                                                                                                          Championship          (December     9 at I-Iorence,           Division II
                                                                                                                                                                       Ab,bwr,a):     .la~k\,rnv,lte   St (I 3-O) v\ MISSIS-
                                                                                                                                                                       s,pp, Cal (9-3)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        women’ volleyball
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Regional       rerulta:     Gannnrl      detested     New
                                                                                                                                                                       Division         III                                             Haven.       I l-15.     15-2, 15-5, 15-3; l-erri\          St.
                                                                                                                                                                       football                                                         defeated      Gannon,        15.12, 16-14, 15-7, Cal St
                                                                                                                                                                          Semifinals:                          s
                                                                                                                                                                                        Dayton 2X. St John’ (Minn.)        0,           Sacramento         defeated      Alas -Anchorage,         IS-S.
                                                                                                                                                                       Union (N.Y.) 37, &rum           21.                              15-3, 15-12, North Dak. St. dcfcatud Nehra\ka-
                                                                                                                                                                          Championship       (December     9 at Phcnix City,            Omaha,        16-14. IS-?, 15-5: Nortb              Dak     St
                                                                                                                                                                       Alabama):      Dayton    (12-O-l)   vs. Unwn (N.Y.)              deleated Central Mo St . IS-1 I, 15-5, IS-X, lU(’
                                                                                                                                                                       (I 3-f)).                                                        Klvcrvndc dcfcatcd           Chapman.       15-5. 15-4. 15-5:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Northern       Cola     defeated     Air Force. 15-7. 16,
                                                                                                                                                                       Division I                                                       14. 14-16. S-15. 15-13. West Tex St defeated
                                                                                                                                                                       women’ volleyball                                                Northern       Colu . I I-15. IS-O, 15-9, 15-111. (~‘         a1
                                                                                                                                                                           First round: Hawuau dcfcatcd            Faacm    Wash..      St. Bakersfield         dcfcalcd     Cal St Nwthndge.
                                                                                                                                                                       15-2, 15-9. 15-7: Cal Puly SI.0 defeated                   1JC   16-14.     IS-h,     15-13. Rcg,s (Cola ) deteatrd
                                                                                                                                                                       Santa Barb,       13-15. 15-12. 14-16. 16-14. 15-12:             Metropohran           St . 15-7, 15-13. IIJ-IS.           15-X.
                                                                                                                                                                       Long Beach St. dcfealcd           San L)iego St. 15-7.           Regis (Co10 ) defeated            Por(land     SI. 12-15. IS-
                                                                                                                                                                       15-7. 15-10: Pac,f,c dcfeatcd           San J,rrc SI.. IS-        13. IS-IO. IS-S. Fla. Swtberndeteatrd                 lampa,
                                                                                                                                                                       I I, IS-X. 15-h: Texas defeated           Western M,ch .          13-15. 15-10. 15-9. 15-13
                                                                                                                                                                       IS-IO, 16-14, 15-3. California          defeated Florida             Quarterfinals        (December        8 at rm-crmpus

A floater                                                                                                                                                              St. I t-15. IS-I I. 15-13, 15.13. I.owuana
                                                                                                                                                                       defeated Houston.        13-15. 15-12. X-15. 15-7. IS-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Sl.   sites): Ferris St. (29-6) YI. Cal SI Sacramento
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        (3X-4). North Dak St (2X-5) vs UC Kiverside
                                                                                                                                                                       3. texts-Arlington        delealed      North Care . l3-         (27-10). We\rTex            St (3I-X)vs      CalSl.   Baker,-
                                                                                                                                                                       IS. 15-h. 15-13. 15-6. Ncbrark:~dcfcatcd             lll~non     lleld (IX-15~:        Regl!, (Cola.)       (31-11)    VI. Fla.
          California’ Julian Bailey tried to “Hoat” this last-second shot over the UC lrviine defense                                                                  St.. 15-7, IS-II.       15-12: M~nnewta           defeated       soutt1ern      (34-S).
          November 24 in a last-ditch effort to tie the NCAA Men L Water Polo ChampionsfGp final. The                                                                  Colorado.     IS-1 I. t 6- t 4, IS- I I, lllinols drleatcd
          attempt was block&, sinking the Golden Bears’ quest for the ‘ titte.                                                                                         Penn Sl.. 1.5-5, IS-Y, IS-Z, Ohio St deleatrd
                                                                                                                                                             THE NCAA NEWS/December        4,1999       7

Full House
              Washington University’ (Missouti) field house filled up quickly for the                            Beats. Estimated attendance for the November            1I- 18 semifinals and final,
              Division Ill Women5 Volleyball Championship, which included the host                               won by Washington (Missouti), was 6,000.

1989-90                            NCAA championships                                                                      dates and sites
FaL                                                                 WINTER                                                               SPRING
     Cross Country, Men’ Division I c,humpiunP Iowa State                                 s:
                                                                        Basketball, Men’ Drvrsrun I, 52nd. McNichols Sports                   Baseball: Divi.siun I, 44/h, Rosenblatt Municipal Stadium,
lJniversity, Ames, Iowa; niv;~iun IIthumprun, South Dakota          Arena, Denver, Colorado (University of Colorado, host),              Omaha, Nebraska (Creighton University, host), June l-9,
State University, Brookings, South Dakota; Divlsiun III             March 31 and April 2, 1990; Dlvis?on I[, 34th. Springfield            1990; Jlivkion II. Zllrd, Paterson Stadium, Montgomery,
c.humpiun. University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, Wisconsin.             Civic Center, Springfield, Massachusictts (American Interna-          Alabama (Troy State liniversity, host), May 26-June 1, 1990;
     Cross Country, Women’ Division I champion ~ Villanova          tional College and Springfield College, cohosts), March 24-           Division /I/. IS& C. 0. Brown Field, Battle Creek, Michigan
University, Villanova, Pennsylvania; Division II champion,          26, 1990; Divisiun IJJ, I4rh. Wittenberg Ilniversity, Springfield,   (Alhion <‘   allege, host), May 25-28, 1990.
California Polytechnic State University, San I,uis Obispo,          Ohio, March 16-17, 1990.                                                             s:
                                                                                                                                              Golf, Men’ nrvrsltvz I, 93rd Innisbrook Golf and Tennis
California; Division II/ champion, Cortland State llniversity                                s:
                                                                        Basketball, Women’ Division I. Ylth. University of Tennes-        Resort, ‘  larpon Springs, Florida (University of Florida,
College, Cortland, New York.                                        see, Knoxville, Tennessee, March 30 and April I, 1990;               host), .lune h-9, 1990; Division II. and site to be
     Field Hockey: Drvisrrm I c.hampiun, University of North        Divi.Gn JI. 9rh. on-campus site to be determined, March 23-          announced, May 15-18, 1990; Divi.sion J/J, l&h. host and site
Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina; Division IIJ~hampiun,        24, 1990; Division //I, Yth, on-campus site to be dctcrmined,        to bc announced, May 22-25, 1990.
 Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania, Lock Haven,                 March 16-17, 1990.                                                                         s:
                                                                                                                                              Golf, Women’ 9rh c~humpionshrp.s. Arthur Hills Golf
Pennsylvania.                                                                           s                   s:
                                                                        Fencing, Men’ and Women’ 46th c~humpionships. host               Course at Palmetto Dunes, Hilton Head Island, South
     Football: Division I-AA. /2th. Paulsen Stadium, States-        and site to he announced, March 24-28, 1990.                         Carolina (llniversity ot South Carolina, host), May 23-25,
hero, Georgia (Georgia Southern College, host), Deccmbcr                                    s:
                                                                        Gymnastics, Men’ 48th chumpi~~nships, Sam Houston                 1990.
 I(,, IYXY; Divi.Gon /I, 17rh. Hraly Municipal Stadium(lJniver-     Coliseum, Houston I‘        exas (Houston Baptist Ilniversity,                             s:
                                                                                                                                              Lacrosse, Men’ Division 1, 2&h. Kutgers liniversity, New
sity of North Alabama, host), December 9, 1989; Division            host), April 19-21, 1990.                                            Brunswick, New Jersey, May 26 and 28, 1990; Divi.sion III,
I[/, l7fh. Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl (Phcnix City .Iaycccs,                                        s:
                                                                        Gymnastics, Women’ 9th ~hompiunships, Gill Coliseum,              Ilrh. on-campus site to be determined, May 19, 1990.
host), December 9, 1989.                                            Corvallis, Oregon (Oregon State Ilniversity, host), April 20-                                    s:
                                                                                                                                              Lacrosse, Women’ Nutrunul Culk~iute, 9th. Princeton
     Soccer, Men’ Division I c~oc~hampions~ Santa Clara             21, 1990.                                                            University, Princeton. New Jersey, May 20, 1990; Divixiun
liniversity, Santa Clara, California, and University of Virginia,                           s:
                                                                        Ice Hockey, Men’ Drvrsiun I, 4.M, Joe Louis Arena,               III, 6fh, Princeton llniversity, Princeton, New Jersey, May
(‘harlottesville. Virginia; Division II~hampiunPNew       Hamp      Detroit, Michigan (Michigan State University, host), March           20, 1990.
shire College, Manchester. New Hampshire; Division 111              30 and April I, 1990; Division f/I, 7fh, on-campus site to be            Softball, Women’       s: Division I. 9lh, Amateur Softball
c~humpiun, Elirabethtown College, Elizabethtown, Pcnnsyl-           determined, March 23-24 or 24-25, 1990.                              Association Hall of Fame Stadium, Oklahoma City, Okla-
vania.                                                                              s
                                                                        Rifle, Men’ and Women’           s: 11th ~humpiunships, U.S.     homa (University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State Univer-
     Soccer, Women’   s: Drvrsron I c.humprun. University of        Naval Academy, Annapolls, Maryland, March 9-10, 1990.                sity, cohosts), May 23-27, 1990; Division II. 9rh. on-campus
North Carolina, <‘     hapel Hill, North Carolina; Division II                       s                   s:
                                                                        Skiing, Men’ and Women’ 37th c~humpionships, Stowe,              site to be determined, May 18-20, 1990; Division III, 9rh.
t~hhampiun,Barry Ilnivcrsity, Miami Shorts, Florida; Divi.rion      Vermont (University of Vermont, host), March 7-10, 1990.             Buena Vista College, Storm I,ake, Iowa, May 18-21, 1990.
III c.humpiun, University of California, San Diego, La Jolla,                                                s:
                                                                        Swimming and Diving, Men’ Division f, 67rh, Indiana                                 s:
                                                                                                                                             Tennis, Men’ Division J, 10&h, Grand Champion Resort,
California.                                                         University Natatorium,            Indianapolis, Indiana (Indiana     Indian Wells, California (University of Southern Califnrnia,
     Volleyball, Women’ Division 1, 9fh. Neal S. Blaisdell          University, Bloomington, host), March 22-24, 1990; Division          host), May 1X-27, 1990; Division IJ, 28fh, Dwight Davis
Center, Honolulu, Hawaii (Ilnivcrsity         of Hawaii, host),     If, 27th. State University of New York, Buffalo, New York,           Tennis Center, St. Louis, Missouri (Southern Illinois Univer-
December 14 and 16, 1989; Division II, 9th. on-campus site to       March 7-10, 1990; Division III, 16th. Brown Deer, Wisconsin          sity, Edwardsville, host), May 14-20, 1990; Division Ill. JSrh.
be determined, December S-10, 1989; Division III champion.          [Wheaton College (Illinois), host], March 15-17, 1990.               Swarthmnre College, Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, May 13-
Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri.                             Swimming and Diving, Women’ Diviktz I, 9rh. Ilniversity
                                                                                                               s:                        20, 1990.
     Water Polo, Men’ Nurrunui Culleglu~e Champion ~-               of Texas, Austin, Texas, March 15-17, 1990; Division JJ. 9Q                                  s:
                                                                                                                                             Tennis, Women’ Division I, 9th. University of Florida,
 University of California, Irvine, California.                      State University of New York, Buffalo. New York, March 7-            Gainesville, Florida, May 9-17, 1990; Division II, 9th,
                                                                     10, 1990; Division III, 9th. Williams College, Williamstown,        llniversity of California, Davis, California, May h-12, 1990;
                                                                    Massachusetts, March 8-10, 1990.                                     Division Irl, 9rlz, Trenton State College, Trenton, New Jersey,
                                                                        Indoor Track, Men’ Division I, 26rh. Indiana Hoosier
                                                                                               s:                                        May 13-19, 1990.
                                                                    Dome, Indianapolis, Indiana (Midwestern Collegiate Con-                                             s:
                                                                                                                                             Outdoor Track, Men’ Division I. 69fh. Duke University,
                                                                    ference and The Athletics Congress, cohosts), March 9-10,            Durham, North Carolina, May 3ObJune 2, 1990; Division JI,
                                                                    1990: Division II, Sth, University of South Dakota, Vermillion,      28rh, Hampton University, Hampton, Virginia, May 24-26,
                                                                    South Dakota, March 9-10, 1990; Division III, 6th. Smith             1990; Division 111, 17th. Nnrth Central College, Naperville,
                                                                    College, Northampton, Massachusetts, March 9-10, 1990.               Illinois, May 23-26, 1990.
                                                                        Indoor Track, Women’ Division I, 8th. Indiana IIoosier                                             s:
                                                                                                                                             Outdoor Track, Women’ Division I, 9th. Duke University,
                                                                    Dome, Indianapolis, Indiana (Midwestern Collegiate Con-              Durham, North Carolina, May 30-June 2, 1990; Division II,
                                                                    ference and The Athletics Congress, cohosts), March 9-10,            9rh, Hampton Ilnivcrsity, Hampton, Virginia, May 24-26,
                                                                     1990; Drvisiun II, SIh, University of South Dakota, Vermillion,     1990; Divisrun III, 9th. North Central Cnllcge, Naperville,
                                                                    South Dakota, March 9-10, 1990; Division III, 6fh. Smith             Illinois, May 23-26, 1990.
                                                                    College, Northampton, Massachusetts, March 9-10, 1990.                                        s:
                                                                                                                                             Volleyball, Men’ 21.~1 c.humpiunship, George Mason
                                                                        Wrestling: Division 1, 60th. University of Maryland.             University, Fairfax, Virginia, May 4-5, 1990.
                                                                    College Park, Maryland, March 22-24, 1990; Divcsion II.
                                                                    2&h, llniversity of Wisconsin, Parkside, Wisconsin, March
                                                                    2-3. 1990; Division //I, 17th. Ithaca College, Ithaca, New
                                                                    York, March 2-3, 1990.
8     THE NCAA NEWS/December      4,1999

Finish line and his second straight Division Ill individual title in sight, Augustana’ (Illinois) David
Terronez no longer was able to hold back the thrill of his 13-second victory in the men’ race

Splashes, dashes, championships flashes
   You name it, and NCAA fall         titles and led their teams to NCAA                                s
                                                                               the Division II I Women’ Volleyball
chamntons have done it.               cross countrv , championships.           Championship,      which the school
   S&hmg       around the Indiana                                              hosted.        .
                                         North Carolina women student-
Ilniversity Natatorium, UC Irvine                                                 Over the next few weekends, re-
                                      athletes got a kick out of claiming
opened California’ s   lock on the                                             maining NCAA fall championships
                                      the 19X9 Division I women’ soccer
NCAA Men’ Water Polo Cham-                                                     will be claimed     probablv with as
pionship.                                                                      many memorable moments as these,                     s
                                                                                                                      North Carvlina’ Rite Towerand Colorado College% Ken Schloredt
    Dashing around the countryside,      Washington (Missouri) fans were       which were captured for The NCAA                                                        s
                                                                                                                      fought for possession during the Division I women’ soccer final,
distance runners carned individual    able to cheer their team to victory in   News.                                  which the Tar Heels won, 2-O
                                                                                                                                                       1:                  P         7

                         s          s
               Division l’ best men’ cross country runners raced for 1989 honors at the                    (No. 441, 14th); Terry Thornton, Louisiana State (301, fourth); 1989
               U.S. Naval Academy In this group am Brian Walters, Virginia Tixh (No. 305,                  champion John Nuttall, Iowa State (No. 511); Sammy Cheriyot, Mount St.
               30th overall); Eric Mastalir; Stanford (No. 801, Slst); Jonah Koech, Iowa                         s
                                                                                                           Mary’ (No. 201, 18th); Tim Gargiulo, Southern Methodist (No. 601, did not
               State (No. 513, second); Robed Kennedy, Indiana (401, fifth); Shannon                                                          s
                                                                                                           finish); Peter Rono, Mount St. Mary’ (No. 202, DNF), and Bob Henes, North
               Butler; Montana State (702, seventh); Jesse McGuire, Western Michigan                       Carolina State (No. 302,28th).

John SchaeL Washington (Missouri) athletics director; celebrated                         s
                                                                               UC Irvine’ Dan Smoot (No. 4) heloedhis team claim the 1989 waterpolo championship with this goal
his women& volleyball teams NCAA championship with tricaptains                 against Callfomia. Defending were California s Julian Bailey (No. 3) and Joel Thomas (NO. 8). ln goal
(from le8) Lort Nishikawa, Bnwke Horlin and Keny Fagan                         is Ludovic Sakes.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      THE NCAA NEWS/December                             4,1989                9

  NCAA Record
        CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICERS                                                                                                                                                                                         C‘  h~cagotram 193.3to 197 I, died Novem-
      Kenneth .I. Weller announced his rc-                                                                                                                                                                               her 15 in (‘[own Point, IndIana, at age ~7
  tlrcmrnt as president at C‘       cnlral (Iowa),                                                                                                                                                                       Gndelsvn. who also played loothall and
  rflrctwr at the end of chc school year.                                                                                                                                                                                ha\krthall at the school and was an a&-
  Weller: who al\n has been an economics                                                                                                                                     Dave Fagg named                             ant to toothall coach Amo\ Alonrn Stagg,
  professor   and foolhall coach at Hope, has                                                                                                                         i      football coach                              was a founder of Ihc Amrrlcan Harehall
  hcrn at Central since 1Y6Y He is a Inrmet                                                                                                                                  at Davidson                                 (‘oxher Assoclatlon and is d mcmhcr 01
  N(‘ AA DIVISION III vice-president and                                                                                                                                                                                 itr hall 01 lame. He also was mvolvcd in
 chair of the Dlvtslnn III Steering <‘          orn-                                                                                                                         San Diego State                             starting the N(‘AA (‘ ollcgc World Series.
  mlttec. and hc alsn vrrved as the Presldentr                                                                                                                               renewed Al Luglnbill’
                                                                                                                                                                                                 s                           Theodore J. COY.,hcad foothall coach
  Commlsston’ firsr Division III chair.                                                                                                                                      football contract                           at Tulane Iron1 I932 to 1935 and at Okla-
  Wcllrr, a coauthor of the Association’           s                                                                                                                                                                     homa A&M (now Oklahoma State) I~vm
  Division III sLatcmont of philosophy,                                                                                                                                                                                   19.70tv IY3Y, died Novemhcr 5 in IIunvrr,
 currently Is a member of the (‘         omm~ttrc                                                                                                                                                                        (‘olorado     He was X6. Cox. a former
 on Review and Plannmg             Julius W. Bec-                                                                                                                                                                        Minnc\ota tackle who coached Tulane to
 ton Jr. narncd president at f’        ralrle View      1979 tram won the Dlvtsion I title Cullurn                                           team, died Novemhcr 27 in Scrihncr.                                         a victory over ltxnple in the fast Sugar                                ullryr
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               (-‘          Sw~rnrrl~~~g ‘ rl.ichc\
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            (‘           A,wciac,on      ul
  A&M. He ib a rctirod U.S. Army                       rctircd recently after 23 years at Cal State                                          Nebraska, of a self-inflicted gunshot                                       Bowl in IY35, also bcrvcd a\ an assIstant                             Amcr~c.~ through          Nwrmhc,      2X. wth pwn,,.
 general. Thaddeus Seymour announced                                                                                                                                                                                     at Tnlanc and Louisiana S~alc.                                            I Tcxa\.     321, 2 Stanlord.           ).
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        31’ 1 t.lord~.
                                                       Northridgc. whuru hl, trams won three                                                 wound. Wobken was a rcccnt Nebraska                                                                              Mike
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               3lJ4, 4 lennerree.         2X4. 5. C’ i,hfon,,i,.    204. 0
 his rrtlrrment at Rollins, effective in lunc          Division II championships, and Vellet                                                 graduate. Kurt Michael Sanger. mar-                                         Barbato, who coached the 1955 men‘         s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               M,rh,~an.      250. 7 A,,/,ma        St&.      227. X. VW
  IYYO.. Jewel Plummer Cobb will rctirc                rrtlred m IY82 after 29 years at FlorIda                                              keting dircolor for ARC Sport\, wa\ one                                     gull team at I,on~s~anaState to an N(‘AA                              ylnla. 2IS.9. ll(~‘    1.A. lY1. 10 Geotg,a.        171. I I
 as prcsidunt at Cal State Fullelton, effec-           State. where he led IS straight Scminnlc                                              of two network cxccutivcx killed Novcrn-                                    title, died Soplcmhcr 12 111 Baton Rouge,                             Alaha,,.+       15X. I2 Northwotcrn.               133. I1
 tlve next summer.                                     teams to appearances m the Division I                                                 ber 27 when the bus they were riding to a                                   Louisiana Hc wa\ 72.                                                  Soutlleln     Calit<,rnl&     9x. I4 Clcm\on.        Y4. IS.
                     COACHES                           tournament.                                                                           football game at Candlestick Park m San                                                                                                           hnrona.       92: IO A,~har,\~\. h4. 17. South
      Baseball assistantspJohn             Andradc                                                                                                                                                                                                  POLLS
                                                                        DEATHS                                                               I-rancixn was struck by a commuter                                                                                                                C.:rohn;~.    h4. IX Nrhraska.          60: 19 I~l,,r~d.r
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Division          ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 I Men’ Swimming
 selected at Navy         Rick Jones appointed            Bruce A. Wobken, an mltelder and                                                   train. Also killed was Adele H. Roffis.. J.                                                        and Diving
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               swc.      52. 20 tLrnaa\.       51
 pitching coach at Georgia lech He pre-                cocaptam of Nchraska’ 1989 baseball
                                                                                 ,                                                           Kyle Anderson, head baseball coach at                                          I he (; I t top     20 N(‘AA   D~v,\,,rn             I mcn‘
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      r                                            See Rmml.      puye IO
 viously was head coach at Elan, where his
 teams compiled a 174-60 record through
 five seasons, and he IS a lormer head
 coach at Ferrum.
     Women’ basketball
               s                   assistants
                                                       Financial                                                          summaries
  Michael Dnttilo jr,incd chr stall at Stock-
 ton State. He previously was head boys’                                                                                      1989 Division I                                                                                                                                     lV8V Dwision    111
 coach at St Augusrinr Junior High School                                                                            s
                                                                                                                  Men’     Lacrosse        Championship                                                                                                                  *
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Women’          Softhrll C’hrmpionrhip
 m Ocean City, New Jcrrcy. Karen Hall                                                                                                                                      1989                       1988                                                                                                                  I989                 1988
 named graduate assistant coach at 11~~                Receipts             ._                                                                                    $       hl2.1197.75            %   447.229       42                                                                                                                        6    5.47Y.25
 qursnr. She ISa former Nevada-Las Vegas               D,ahurs~m~nrr...........................................                                                           216.392 X5                 213,3Xx       X7                                                                                                                            wt.575 x.7
 point guard.                                                                                                                                                             395.704 90                 233,X40 55                                                                                                                          (        7l.n5h 5~)
     Football ~ John O’      Hnm dismlssed at          Guarantees           tece~ved       from      host    ~“st,,u,~,,r,s                                                  2,0X4.00                  15,435.7X                                                                                                                                      27X 25
 Southwcsr Tizxas State, where his teams                                                                                                                                  397,7XR.90                 249.276 3.7                                                                                                                                      6lnJ 05
compiled a 36-41 record through seven                  Distribution          to competing             institutions.                                           t           23X.672 00)        I       149,564 00)                                                                                                                         (       30,21X.211)
 seasons Al Luginbill rcceivwl               a new     Tran,portatlon cxpcnx..                                                                                (            42.132 IO) (               62.XSX.34)                                                                                                                         (       4X,42%
 three-year contract ar San Diego State,               Per de,,, allowance                                                                                    I            66.600.00)        I        6n,3Oo.OO]
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         (       7X.647 79)
 where he recently completed his first full            Ner rece,p~</det,clt                                                                                                50,3X4.X0         Ip        23.446      01)
 brason as head coach with a 6-S-l rec-                Charged        to general q,era,mg                   hudgel                                                                  0.00               23.446     01                                                                                                                             48,429 51
 ord...Don        Morton dtsrmssed as head             Retained        by the Association..                                                                                50.384      10                       0 no                                                                                                                             78,647      79
coach at Wisconsin, where school oltictals
announced he will be offered a reassign-
 mcnt within the athletics department.
 Morton’ teams were 6-27 through three                                                                                     1989 Division  II
years Jim Fnssel dismissed after five                                                                              s
                                                                                                              Women’         Tennis Championships
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   1989 Division   II
years at Utah, where his teams compiled a                                                                                                                                 1989                         I988
                                                       Receipts..                                                                                                 6         3.7X8 70             6         646 37                                                        s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Women’          Softball   Championship
 25-33 record.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             1989                  19811
     Also, Jerry <‘   laiborne resigned at Ken-        I)i,hrrrscment,...........                                                                                         22.747 I I                    1X.285 43
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         RecUpl\                                                                                       s   22.341 72         %    Ih.n63 74
tucky, where his teams were 41-46-3                                                                                                                           t            18,95X.40)        (         17,639.06)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         I)irhursrmenta..                                                                                  37.094.97             31,339.14
                                                       transportation            expense...                       ._ _.                                       f            42.155 70)        (         22.69X 66)
through right seasons, m&ding a 6-5                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                (        14.753 25)   (        15.275.41,)
mark thts year. Claiborne, who tired                   Per &cm allowance                                                                                      (            10.X75.00)                           0.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         txpenses ahrorhed hy           h,r\t   ~n\l~lu,~onr.,                                                   96 OY                  n no
 personal reasons for the decision, led two            Det~clt..                                                                                              (            71,VXY.I     I)   (         40,337      72
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   (        14,657.Ih)   (       15.275.40)
 of his learns to appearances in the Hall of           Charged        10 general         operating          budget..                             _.                        1x.95x 41                   17.639 06         Iransporrarlon  expen\c                                                 . . . . . . ..I            X&Y49 60)    I       96.096 0 I b
 Fame Bowl. and his program won the                    Charged        tD dlv~,~onchamplomhlpr rcxrvc..                                                                     53.030.70                   22,69X.66         Per diem allowance.                                                                       (        32;200.00;                 0 no’
College Football Association’ Academic                                                                                                                                     71,9x9.1     I              40,337.72         r~cficll                                                                                  (       I27.XOh.7hl   (       I Il,371.41)
 Achievement Award last year for gradu-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          h.irgcd,I>gcncr:ll opcr;,t,np budget
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         C’                                                                                                 14.hS7.lh            15,275.40
atlng     the highest percentage of a sentor                                                                                                                                                                             Charged     10 d,v,rl,,n    champmn\hlp,          rc\cwc.                                         113,149 60            96.OY6 0 I
class m the nation. His career record,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           I27,XOf~.7h           111.37141
including stints af Vlrglma Tech and                                                                                       1989 Division III
 Maryland, is 179~122-8.. Dave Fagg SC-                                                                                Baseball Championship
Icctcd at DavIdson, where he also was                                                                                                                                      I989                       19xX
head coach from I970 to 1973. Fagg, who                Rece1ptr                                                                                                   %        5X.609 6fJ            F    17.Y27 63
also will serve ah a.\sociate dlrector of the          Disbursements                                                                                                      103,5lO.Y4                  71,230.19
Wtldcat Club at Davidson, will continue                                                                                                                       (            44,901.34)        (         7.7.302.Sh)                                                                1~x9 r)ivirilln III
to serve as associate head coach at Arizona            Guarantco           rccuvcd         from     host mstitutions                                                                0 no                x.417 71                                                         ~
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Womrn’         Lncroscc   Championship
through it< December 31 Copper Bowl                    Expenserah<orhedhv h,>\l ,n\t,t,,,,,,n,.                                                                             2.533     6Y                I .274 46                                                                                                          l9LiV                 IYXLI
                                                                                                                                                                           42.367 65)        I        23,610 39)         Kccclpl,                                                                                  6        14.4h3.61    %         7.XlJO.x4
appearance. He also has been an aide at                                                                                                                       (
                                                       lranbportatiun            expense                                                                      (           105.475.02)        I-      -XS,l34.03)                                                                                                                                 23.567 I2
Georgia Itch and HawaG since Ieavmg
                                                       rjCflClt                                                                                               I           147.X42.02 (               108.744.4~~                                                                                                                                 I5.7h6      2I()
DavIdson          Jerry Carle announced his
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  2.582      27
retirement at Colorado <‘       ollcgc, where he       Chxged 10 genetal ,,petxt,ng hudgel                                                                                 42,3h7.65                  21,h10.3Y                                                                                                                                   3.223      12
has Icd hts teams to a t37-lS()-5 record               Ch.,rgcd       lo diviuon          ohamp,onsh,ps                reserve                                            105.475 02                  X5.134     03
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Y.YOO 0’))
\ince 1957.                                                                                                                                                               147.X42     h7             10X.744 42                                                                                                                                   X.7S2.XS)
     Women’ soccer             Steve Swanson                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     I x.7 I7 54)
given additional duties at Dartmouth,
where he IS an asslstant athletics director                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       9.9hn h9
Swanron IF a former Michigan State                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                X,752.X5
                                                                                                                 1989 Natiunal              Collegiate
player who albo played il\ a prolrsslonal.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       lK.713.54
                                                                                                             Women‘   Lacrosse              Championship
     Men’ volleyball assistant
            s                             Greg Ci-                                                                                                                         lYU9                       I V8W
owtmwi appoInted at UCLA, where he                     Kcce,pts..                                                                                                 s         IS.410 69            $      Y.504 22
has aabistcd with the women’ team for s                D~rhur\emenl\                                                                                                        33.0~46                   2X.224 42

the past six seasons Hc alao a\sistrd Ihc
1Jc‘ men’ tram in the early 1980s and
       I.A       s                                     Ciu~r~nlcc\         rccc~vcd
                                                                          Irom hwt Inrlltut,on,.                                      _.
                                                                                                                                                              I            17.597      77)
                                                                                                                                                                                             (         IX.720 20)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         News Quiz
LSa former head coach at Santa Monica                  txpenses absorbed by host mstitutmns                                                                                         0 00                 I.hYh 47

((‘ aldornla) City College                                                                                                                                 f               17.597 77)        c         14.XYX.YX)           The following questions relate to information that appeared in January
                                                       T,anspwtatwr,   enper,re                                                                          .(                14.470.39)        I         13.431.2.5)
    Women’ volleyball           Laurie Corbel8                                                                                                                                                                           issues 01 The NCAA News. How many can you answer’        ?
                                                       Per dirm allowance                                                                                  f               15.360 no)        (         I4.4nG 00)
natned     81 Santa    lara.
                                                       r)cflclt.                                                                                              f            47.42X      I6)   (         42,710      27)      I. Trur or False: Through    November 4, Division I-AA had the most
  Wrestling assistant    Randall Bogar
sclcctcd at Susquehanna, his alma mater.               Chqcd          10 Xcncral         operatmg           budget..                                                       47,42X      16             42.730       21
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         undeteated, untied teams in college football.
Hc previously was an assistant for three                                                                                                                                                                                    2. How many legislative proposals arecontained in the special Presidents
years at Huntsvlllc (Alabama) II@                                                                                                                                                                                        Commission    grouping f’ the 1990 NCAA Convention’
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   or                          ? (a) 41; (h) 13; (c)
scllool.                                                                                                                                                                                                                 14; (d) 31.
                  STAFF                                                                                                                                                                                                     3. Research Indicates that the University of Ari;rona football program is
   External operations manager         <;reg                                                                                  1989 Division   I
                                                                                                              Womcn’           Softball  Championship                                                                    worth how much to the Tucson economy annually’ (a) $32 million; (b) $14
Zingler appoInted at Navy
   Sports information director      George                                                                                                                                 I9llV                       I988              million; (c) $41 million; (d) $23 million.
                                                       Receiprr                                                                                                   $        Xh.211     2.1        $
                                                                                                                                                                                                 ‘     xn.x 14 22           4. How many legislative proposals are included in the consent package
Van Benko named interim SID at Du-                     U,sbursemcnta..                                                                                                    105.029     96               72.901) 70
quesne.                                                                                                                                                                                                                  for the 1990 NCAA Convention? (a) 38; (b) 14; (c) 23; (d) 32.
                                                                                                                                                              (            IX.XXl.7~)                   7.911 92
               NOTABLES                                Guarantres   rrceived               From host mstltuticms                                                           23.771) -i2                 17.254 X5            5. Which    school does Division        1 men’ cross country
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         s                 individual
   (‘oath James Brown of Ohio State and                Fxpcwo     abwrbcd                 by hwt Inrtltutiona..                                                             9.659 41                         0.00        champion    John Nuttall attend? (a) University of Iowa; (b) Iowa State
rctircd coaches Bill Cullurn of Cal State                                                                                                                                  14.6 I I 00                 25.IXX      77    University; (c) Villanova University; (d) Indiana University, Bloomington.
Northrldge and Don Veller of Florida                   I)l\tr,huri<,n  I,, wmpetmg                    ,nrt,tut~cm\                                                          X.7h7.00)        I         15.1l3.nn)
State selected for installation in the Golf
                                                                                                                                                       ..(                                                                  6. How many collegr basketball games will ESPN televise this season?
                                                        lransportation     expense..                                                                          (            93.995 07)        I        I 13.326 74)
Coaches Association of America Hall 01                 Per dlcrn dll,wa”cc                                                                                    I            x4, I XlJ.OlJ)    1          X4,h40.00)       (a) 236; (b) 362; (c) 263; (d) 326.
Fame. Brown, who also has coached al                   Detlclt                                                                                        . ..(               172.331.07)        I-      ~lX7.X9097_)           7 True or False: No football team led Division I-AA in more than one
Rollins and Kent, is in his 23rd year of                                                                                                                                                                                 statistical category this season.
                                                       Cha,ged         10 general        operatmg           bud@                                                          172.331     07              1x7.x90      97
college coaching at Ohio State, where his                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Am wcm on page 24
10          THE NCAA NEWS/December                              4.1999

Record                                                                                                                AMCU                  announces basketball TV package
                                                                                                                         .l‘ Association of Mid-Co&
                                                                                                                           he                                  coaches shows to be televised on         was to display the high quality of
                                                                   IO.    Ohw Sr. (26-6,                      I32     ncnt Universities this season will       SportsChannel.                           AMCU basketball with a featured
                                                                   I I.   IJ(‘ S;U,L, Harh (22-12)            I If,   rcccivc its greatest television cxpo-        Including all games and weekly       presentation -a hve game of the
                                                                   I?.    Illm&s    (25-7)                    I It
                                                                   It     orcgon     (2 I-X)
                                                                                                                      sure with the announcement of its        coaches shows, nearly I00 events         week,” said AMCU Commissioner
                                                                   I4     Aruon,~ t 17-12)                      x7    live baskethall game of the week         involvmg AMCU basketball will hc         .lerry A lppoliti.
                                                                   I5     Colorado      122-10)                 x4    and tight member institutions’           telecast on SportsChannel this sra-             rc
                                                                                                                                                                                                           “Wc’ very delighted that Sports-
                                                                   16.    Minncwta        (2X-X)                X3                                                                                      C‘ hanncl has rccogni7ed the AMClJ
                                                                                                                                                               son. The conference began its asso
                                                                          I’cnn St (14-h)
                                                                          (‘ I’
                                                                            al   oly SI.0 t 1X-12)
                                                                                                                      Athletes top others                      ciation with SportsChannel last year,    as a major product,” lppoliti said.
                                                                   I’).   I.OUI~I.I~;I S(. (29-7,               h2       University of Missouri, Colum-        but the live game of the week is a          The IO-game “AMCU        Game of
                                                                   20     S,,ulhcrn     (‘ (1’
                                                                                         al     1-12,           47    hia, student-athletes graduated at a     first for the AMCU.                      the Week” will be seen on both
                                                                                      Mm’     Water     Yoh           higher rate over the past three years        “0l-E Vi the gods WK SKt Out    to   SportsChannel Chicago and Sports-
                                                                                                                      than other students. the school re-      accomplish when we moved to our          Channel Ohio, telecast to two mil-
                                                                                                                      ported December I.                       new IK~~UK headquarters in Chicago       lion homes in the combined regions.
                                                                                                                         Athletes graduated at a rate of
                                                                                                                      47.7 percent, compared with the
                                                                                                                      studentthody avcragc of 46.6.
                                                                                                                         The figures covcrcd students who
                                                                                                                      entered Missouri in 19X1, 1982 and
                                                                                                                       1983 and were tracked over a five-
            Division      I Women’  s    Vollcybnll                                                                   year period, graduating in 1986,
    I he top 20 NCAA            IIlw.ion               \
                                             I w~m~cn‘ VI+
Icyhall      ,carn\    thrwgh        Nwcmber        26. with
                                                                                                                       1987 and 19X8.
r~cc,rrdr 111parenthew            and po,n,\                                                                             Included in the ligures was a 55.6
  I Hawaii (27-Z).                                       200                                                          percent graduation rate for 1986,                           s
                                                                                                                                                                     Of the NCAA’ governing sports committees, which is the largest?
  2 ll(‘ A (27-2)                                        IY2                                                                                                   a     Which is the smallest?
                                                                                                                      tops in the Big Fight Confcrcncc
  7. Pacific (2X-41                                      IX4
  4. t <ml: hcach St (27-5,                              172                                                          that year.
                                                                                                                         Athletics director Kichard P. Tam-                                             s Men’                        and
                                                                                                                                                               A Withis 25 mcmbcrs, isthetheAssociation’governings and Women’s Trackthree
  4 Nehraska(25-1,                                       172
  6. Icx;,, (2%Y)                                        I ho                                                          buro credited the success of student-
  7 rcxr>-Arlmgton            (2X-1,.
                                                                                                                                                                     Field Committee           largest              sports committee. The
  1. Wahmyton           (I X-X)                          144
                                                                                                                      athletes to the lotal Person Pro-        smallest                      s
                                                                                                                                                                           the NCAA Men’ Volleyball Committee, which has
  9. SIJrll,,rd     (17-l I,                             131                                                          gram, now in its fourth year.            members.

Percentage Index for the previous
year, would notify the lowest-rated
conferences of their standing by
April 30 of the year preceding the
tournament. Those conferences then
would compete for the tournament’
final automatic berth(s).
    In 1991, for example, the cham-
                                                                                                  The Best aMan                                                                      Can Get
pions of the 3&h- and 3lst-rated
conferences would play for a spot in
the field of 64. In 1992. the cham-
pions of the 29th- through 32nd-
rated conferences would play.
    .lamcs E. Delany, basketball com-
mittee chair and commissioner of
the Big Ten Conference, said the
committee has been studying this
issue for about 18 months. “We
initially were opposed to this con-
cept,” he said, “hut the Executive                                                                                                                                        ,
Committee asked us to reexamine
the issue, and we have. The basket-
ball committee believes that this
‘play-in is in the best interest of the
membership and maintains the in-
tegrity of the current tournament
     Each team competing         in the
“play-in” would reccivc a first-round
share of the tournament receipts.
The administration of the “play-in”
would bc the responsibility of the
participating conferences; the con
lerence whose team wins the “play-
in” must identify its automatic qual-
ificr to the basketball committee by
 midnight Central time the Saturday
 beiore the 64-team field is an-
     The distrihution of revenue from
the CBS television contract that
takes elfect in 1991 was another
 major topic of discussion. ‘   The bas-
 ketball committee will continue to
 review this subject, with the inten-
 tion of dcvcloping recommendations
 that will benefit intercollegiate ath-
 lctics and higher education, Delany

 Membership                                  ends
     California   Lutheran University
 has withdrawn as a member of the
 Western Football Conference, Com-
 missioner Vie Buccola has an-
     Cal Lutheran had been an associi
 ate member of the conference for
 the 1989 season, beginning its tran-
 sition from NCAA Division II to
 Division 111.
     The university joined the confer-
 ence in 1983 and began its first
 seaSon of conference play in 1985.
 In the four years from 1985 through
  1988, Cal Lutheran compiled a con
 ference record of 2-2 I
                                                                                                                                                       THE NCAA NEWS/December      4,1989      11

Athletes more likely to graduate                                                                                        Calendar
than nonathletes, researcher says                                                                                       December 5        Special Committee to Kcvicw Amateurism Issues, New
                                                                                                                                          York, New York
   Varsity athletes take longer to       percent of the students who entered    years of enrolling, compared to 60      December 12-l     Legislative Review Committee, San Diego, California
complete their degrees, but they are     college and played varsity sports      percent for all students. After 6%      Deccmbcr I4       Legislation and Interpretations Committee, San Diego,
more likely to graduate than non-        had received bachelor’ degrees,
                                                                  s             years, 79 percent of athletes had                         California
athletes, according to a study by        while only 47 percent of the other     degrees, compared to 88 percent of      December I4       Special Committee to Keview the NCAA Membership
Clifford Adclman, a U.S. Depart-         students in the sample had gradu       all students.                                             Structure, Chicago, Illinois
ment of Education researcher and         ated. About 66 percent of black                                                January 24        Summer Baseball Subcommittee, San Francisco, Califorma
                                                                                    “They (athletes) are taking gar-    January 4         Council Subcommittee to Review Minority Opportunities
former professor of history.             athletes earned degrees, but only 38                       s
                                                                                bage courses, that’ for sure,” Adel-
   Adelman also reported that of         percent of all black students had                                                                in Intercollegiate Athletics, Dallas, Texas
                                                                                man told the newspaper. “There are      January   4-6     NCAA Professional Development Seminar, Dallas, Texas
the athletes who received degrees,       graduated.                             de facto degrees in college sports.     January   5-l     Counctl, Dallas, Texas
almost 60 percent majored in physi-         Adelman told The Washington              re
                                                                                We’ giving them under different         January   5-I I   NCAA Convention and related meetings, Dallas, Texas
cal education, 14 percent in recrea-     Post that his findings run contrary    titles.” The graduating athletes rem    January   6       Special Events Committee and Postseason Football Sub-
tion and nine percent in health          to some popular perception, but        ceived more credits for courses in                        committee, Dallas, Texas
services.                                made sense because other research      physical-education    activrties than   January 6              s              s
                                                                                                                                          Men’ and Women’ Committees on Committees, Dallas,
   The conclusions reached in the        has found that students who enter      any other subject.                                        Texas
study were based on the college          college right after high school   as                                           January   6       Legislation and Interpretations Committee, Dallas, Texas
                                                                                   The much more recent study of
transcripts of 10,559 students who       most athletes do are more likely                                               January   7                         s
                                                                                                                                          Division II Men’ Basketball Committee, Dallas, Texas
                                                                                Division I student-athletes that was
completed high school in 1972. The       to earn degrees than those who                                                 January   7       Presidents Commission, Dallas, Texas
transcripts were collected in 1984.                                             conducted by the American Insti-
                                         delay enrollment                                                               January   7       Voting Committee, Dallas, Texas
The number of varsity athletes in                                               tutes for Research showed that only     January   8       Division I-AA Football Commtttee, Dallas, Texas
                                           About 40 percent of the athletes     eight percent were majoring in phy-
the study was just over 200, but                                                                                        January   8            s              s
                                                                                                                                          Men’ and Women’ Committees on Committees, Dallas,
                                         who graduated did so within 41/2       sical education.                                          Texas
Adelman said his numbers were
valid because they were historical
and unbiased.
   By the time the transcripts were
collected, Adelman said about 86

Judge’ ruling
on drug policy
is appealed
    Attorneys for the University of
Colorado athletics department have
appealed a district court decision
that struck down the school’ drug-
testing policy.
                              s                        Lookwho’s
   The appeal of Boulder District
Judge Joseph Bellipanni’ ruling in
August was filed November 27, the
Associated Press reported.
   The appeal offers a long list of
possible grounds for rejecting the
lower-court ruling, which prompted
                                                     de the cut this
criticism from university and state
officials, including Gov. Roy Romer.
   The case started as a 1986 consti-
tutional challenge of Colorado’    s
drug policy by the American Civil
Liberties Union.
    Following an August trial, Belli-
panni ruled that the university was
invading athletes’  privacy by requir-
ing urine screens for drugs without
“probable cause” to believe specific
athletes had used drugs.
    When the drug-testing program
was thrown out, the athletics de-
partment drafted a new program
involving voluntary testing and man-
datory tests when a coach or trainer
finds “probable cause” through ob-
servations or an admission of drug
use, school officials said.

Delaware names
sports complex
   The University of Delaware’ new
sports convocation center will be
named in honor of R. R. M. Car-
penter Jr., longtime member of the
board of trustees and supporter of
Delaware athletics.
   The $18 million complex, to be
known as the Bob Carpenter
Sports/ Convocation Center, will be
situated on the Newark campus at
the south end Tone of Delaware
   ‘The complex will be used for
men’ and women’ intercollegiate
     s               s
                                                                Once again, American Ajrlines is proud to be chosen as the official airline for NC&
basketball, as a support facility for                                                  re
                                                           Championships. And we’ returning the favor by cutting the cost of fares for NCAA
football, and as a training facility                       team travel including game play, recruiting trips, athletic meetings and conventions.
for other intercollegiate sports, as                       In addition to special discount fares, we also offer a variety of other travel services.
                                                                 So get the-ball rolling and call American at
well as a site for convocations, win-
tcr commencements and concerts.
   The center, scheduled for com-
                                                           get a winning season off the ground.
                                                                                                  agreatwayto                 AmericanAirlin~s
                                                                                                                    The offichlairlinefot NCAA Cbumpionsbips.
pletion by September 1992, will be
designed to seat up to 6,000 persons.
   A fund-raising effort is under
way to help raise $6 million in
private funds for the center. The
 Delaware General Assembly ap-
propriated $4 million for the current
year to begin work on the project.
        THE NCAA NEWS/December                                       4,1999
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                                                                                                                                                                              Schedule of meetings during 84th NCAA                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Convention
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Mid-Eastern        Athlctrc     Conference                      Obelisk         A   ‘lam-Ram                             Old Dommion      Athlehc                  Conlrrrncr                      Mmg
   The meetings of the NCAA and those of several conferences                                                                    X a m 4.30       p m        Trans America    Athletic         Conference                     Cooper            lOam4pm.                   Calilornia     Collegiate      Athletic     Assn                Lalique        I 30 p.m-4.30          p.m.   Big Ten Conference                                                Senators         X:30 p.m.-IO         p m
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              7 am-8        a.m.                   Paclfic~lO Confcrcncc                                               Obelisk   B
                                                                                                                                8 a.m.-6:30      p.m.       NCAA    Complimentary             Soft-Drink        Chantilly      Foyer           10 30a.m.-1230p.m.Yankee         Conference                                                     ade       2 p.m.4   p.m.                NCAA          Student-Athlete     Advisory                            Opal         X:30 p.m.~lO         p m        Southern     Intercollegiate        Athletic                    Travcrlmc
and affiliated organizations will be conducted at the Loews                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Conference                                                                          7 a.m.-Y30           p.m.            NCAA             Complimentary             Soft&l)rink   Chanhlly          Foyer
                                                                                                                                                            Bar                                                                                10.30 a.m.-l:3U    p.m. Mid-Amencan       Athletic            Conference                  Emerald                                       Committee
Anatole Hotel, Dallas, Texas, in early January 1990. The                                                                        X a.m.-h:30    p.m          NCAA    Intorprctarlon,      Center                 Chanrdly       Foyer           I I a.m.4     p.m.         Ehg East Conlerence                                                            2 p.m.4       p m.            Awxxthon            ul Mid-Cunhnent                              Obelisk       A   8.30 o.m.~10:30     n.m.        F.ast Coast Confercncc                                        Manchcater                                                 Bar
American Football Coaches Association will conduct its                                                                          8 a m.-6.30    p.m.         NCAA    Registration                                Chantilly      Foyer           I I 30 a.m.-l     p.m.     tiateway     Collegiate      Athl&c                                                                          llniverritier                                                                      8.3U ; m -1 0 30 b.m.           High Country        Athletic     Conference                       I.aliqur          7 a m.-5.30 pm.                      NCAA             lntcrprctahonb           Center         Chantilly         Foyer
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          8.30 p.m.-l     p.m.            American      South Conference                                   Edelweiss          7 a.m.-S:30 p.m.                     NCAA             Registration                            Chantrlly         Foyer
annual meeting January 8-I 1 at the San Francisco Marriott,                                                                     8.30 a.m.-IO     a.m.       Ohio Athl~lic     Conference                                     haIlk   B                                    and Missouri        Valley Cunferences                                         2   p.m.4     p.m             Council        of Ivy Group     Prwdrnts                               Jade
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              7.30 a m -8 p m                      NCAA      Me&a     Hcadquarrcr>                                       Sapphire
                                                                                                                                                            Pennsylvama      Slate Athlcrlc                                 Senators                                      Mrtropohtan         Collegiate      Athletic                                   2   p.m.4     p m             North   Cuabt Athletic           Conference                   Shrlbournr           x:30 p.m -I I pm                Collcgc    Conference        of Illinois     and                   PerIdol
San Francisco, California. The American Baseball Coaches                                                                        X:30 a.m.-l&30       a.m.                                                                                      I I :30 a.m.- I p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Wwonsin                                                                             8 a.m.-9.45          a.m.            NCAA      Division   I-A Business                        Khmer         Pavihon
                                                                                                                                                            Confercncc                                                                                                    Cunfcrence                                                                     2   p m.d.30      pm.         College    Football      Association                               Cannes
Association will meet January 4-7 at the San Francisco                                                                          X:30 a.m.-Noon              New Fngland       Women’   s     8                            Library                                                                                                    Hallroom        h   2   p.m.d:30      p.m.        Metro    Atlantic      Athletic     Conference                   Morocco           8 30 p.m.-l      I p.m.         Mid-American          Athletic     Conference                 Flcur-dc-LI>                                               Session
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          College    Football      Association        hoard
Marriott. The College Athletic Business Managers Association                                                                    8 30 a m.430   p.m.         Ilniversity  Athletic     Association                         Rosetta                                         of Directors                                                                   2   p.m.-4:30     p.m.        Western     Collegiate      Hockey                                Steuben          X:30 p.m.-l        p.lll.       Northcast     Conference                                                Milan       8         a.m.            NCAA      Division   I-AA     Busmrss                        Monte         Carlo
will meet January 7-10 at the Dallas Marriott Quorum,                                                                           8.45 a m -Nuun              Nonhem      Cahlorma        Athletic                      Cardmal     A            I I.30 a m -2 p.m           National    Football      Foundatwn          and      KhmerPavilion                                         Associahon                                                                         X:30 p.m -1          pm         Webtern Collegiate          Hockey                                   Steuben
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Monte        Carlo                                       Association                                                                         8 a.m.-9.45          a.m.            NCAA      Division   ILAAA      Business                                Cannes
Dallas, Texas. The National Association of Academic Advisors                                                                                                Conlercncc                                                                                                     Hall of Fame Council            Lunchcon                                      2:30 p m 4 p m                Eastern    College      Athletic    Conlerencc
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          x.30 p.m.-l I p.tll.            North    Star    Conference                                          MadrId                                              Session
                                                                                                                                X.45 a.m.-930       am.     Protestant   Services                                              Topaz           Noun-2       p.m.           Atlanhc    Co&       Conference                           Wedgwood            3 p m 4 pm.                   Council     of Collegiate      Women       Athletic            Stemmons
for Athletics will meet January 3-h at the Loews Anatolc                                                                        9 am -10 am                 New Jersey Athletic         Conference                           Peridot                                                                                                Ballroom    A                                      Administrators                                                                     Monday,    J arwary         8                                                                                       8 a.m.-l     I:45     a rn           NCAA      Dwlslon    II Bubmrrs                          Hallroom        A-B-C
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Noon-2       p.m.           Southern     and Southland          Conferences
Hotel.                                                                                                                          9 a.m.-IO a.m.              Wwonrm       Stale IJmvrrsity                                     M&m              Noon4        p m            NCAA      Presidents      Comrmsswn                     Metropolitan          3 p.m.d:30          p.m.      Midwest      Intercollegiate      Football                    Ballroom         F   Time                            Eveni                                                                  Ruum                                              Scrr10n
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          h:30 a m.-X a m                 Ehg Eight Conference                                                  Pendot        8 a.m.-l 1.45 am.                    NCAA      Division   III Business Session                  Ballroom       WE
                                                                                                                                                            Conference                                                                         Nound        p.m.           Northeast     Conference                                  Dardenelles                                       Conference
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          6 30 a m -8 a.m.                Big West and Mid-American                Athletic                        Mir0       IO a.m.-l I:45 a.m.                  NCAA      Division   I business     Srsswn               Khmer      Pavlhun
                                                                                                                                                            Dixie Intercollegiate        Athlcw                      Ijardenelles              Nound:30         p.m.       Amrrlcan      South Athletic         Conference                 hatik B       3 p.m.-4:30         p.m.      New South Women’          s    Athletic                       Ballroom         B
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Conferences                                                                         Norwl2:30     p rn                   NCAA      Men’ Cummittcc
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  s                  on                             ‘
                                                                                                                                                            (‘onference                                                                        Noon-430         p.m       Ehg West Conference                                        Ballroom    D                                     Conference
Thursday,  January                 4                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Cummlttecr
                                                                                                                                9 a m -Noon                 hig West Conference                                          Edclwcibb             Noond.30         p m       West Coast Athletic           Conference                   Manchester          3 p.m.d.30          p m       North    Atlantic     Conlrrencr                      Verandah       Dmmg          6:30   a.m.-X    a.m.           High Country        Athlrtlc    Conlerence                           Wyeth
‘Time                                  Event                                                                       Wonm                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Peridot
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          6:30   a.m.-X    a.m.           North    Atlantic    Confercncc                                       Milan         Noon-1       p m                     NCAA      Voting Committee         Luncheon
I p m -5 p m.                          NCAA        Professional             Development             Ballroom        D&E         9 a.m.-Noon                 Mctropohtan       Collegiate      Athletic                  Travrrtmr              I p.m -2      pm           National      Association      of Diviswn         I          Stemmons          3 p m 4 30 p.m.               North    Ccn~ral Intercollegiate          Athlcrx                   Emerald
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          630    a m -I(   a m            Southern      Conference                                        Travrrtmc           Noon-l.      I5 pm.                  NCAA      Delegates     I uncheon                                   ChantlIly
                                       Seminar                                                                                                              CUdCKJlCC                                                                                                     Major      ootball
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    t’            Indrprndcnt>                                                                         Conference
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          6 45   a m -8    a.m.           College    Football     Association      Chief                        Kosetta                                                                                                                Ballroom
                                       NCAA        Professumal      Dcvclopment                          Wedgwood               Y a.m.-Noon                 University     Cornmiwoncrs              Aasoc&wn         Shrlhournr                 p m.-2:4S p.m.           Heartland      Collrgrate      Conlcrence                  liallroom       E   4:30    p.m.-S:30      p.m.   NCAA       Opening       Business Session               Chantilly         Ball-
5 p.n.m7       p.m.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Noon-l:30           p m                  Dlvlslon    1-A Athlcilcs    Ducctors                          Obelisk    A
                                                                                                                                9 a m 4.30 p rn             Pacilic~lO     Conference                                       M onrt               p.m.-3 p.m.              Atlanhc      IO Conference                                      Barlk      A                                                                                                          room                                      Executive     Officers
                                       Scrnmar       Rcccption                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Asruc~~r~on     Executive    Committee
                                                                                                                                9 a.m.d.30   p.m.           Southern      Conlrrmcr                                        Madrid                                         Grcar Lakes Intercollegiate              Athlctlc           Cardinal       A   5.30 p m.-6         30 p.m.   NCAA     Presidential    Debate:                                  Chantilly        6:4S d.m.-8 a.m.                West Coast Athlchc           Conference                        I)ardenelles
6pm-9pm.                               NCAA        Council     Subcommiltee     to                                  Ming                                                                                                                         p.m -3 p m
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          7 a.m.-x am                     NCAA      Dwwon        I-AA     Football                            Emerald         12.30 p.m.-I          pm.                NCAA      Women’ s     (~‘ommittee    on                       Travertine
                                       Review      Mmorlty      Opportumlles      m                                             10 a.m.-l I a.m.            Wisconsin      Wumcn’    s     Inlrrcolleg~atr                    Ming                                        Conference                                                                                                   Freshman     Fligibility                                          Ballroom
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Committee                                                                                                                    Committees
                                                                                                                                                            Athletic    Conference                                                               p m d p.m.               Big Sky Conferrncc                                    Peacock   Terrace        6 p.m.-7 p m                  NCAA     Votmg Comrmttrr                                              Wyeth
                                       lntercollcy~atc          Athletics                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     131) p m -5 p m                          NCAA      Dw~rwn    I Busrncsr    Session            Khmer     Pavilion
                                                                                                                                IO a.m.-l     I 30 a m      Gateway      Collegiate       Athletic                              Mm,                                       Color&       Athletic     Association                       Cardmal      B     6.30 p m -7.30 p m            NCAA       Council                                            Wedgwood             7am-Xam                         Arsociation        of Mid-Continent                                  Batik      A
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               I p.m.d  p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Universities                                                                        1.30 p.m.-5 p.m.                         NCAA      Division   II lousiness Session            Hallroom    A-B-C
                                                                                                                                                            Conference                                                                           pmdpm                    Gulf South Conference                                         Edelweiss        7 p m -8.30 p.m.              NCAA       Delegates     Rcccplron                    Grand    Ballroom
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          7   a.m.-X    am                Atlantic      IO Conlcrence                                          Madrid         I:30 p.m.-S p.m.                         NCAA      Division   III Business Sewon                Ballroom      D-E
Friday,      January          5                                                                                                 IO a m -Noon                NCAA       Division      II Men’   s Ba>kctball                     Opal             p.m.-4 p.m.              Mlssourl      Valley Conlcrcncc                                     Miro       8:30 p.m.-IO  p.m.            llaverford     Group                                             Batik A
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          7   a.m.-X    a.m.              Big Fast Conference                                              Morocco            5pm-6pm                                  Special Comrmttcc        on Cost Reduction
Time                                   Event                                                                     Room                                       Commiltrr                                                                            pmdpm                    Rocky     Mountain        Athletic    (‘
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 onference         Verandah      LI-     X.30 p m-10   p In            MIddIe     Alla&c      States Collegiate                           Monet
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          7   a.m.-X    a.m.              Colonial      Athletrc    Asroclahon                           Manchester           5 p m.-6 p.m.                            NCAA     Special Committee                                      Obelisk        A
7 30 a.m -8.45              a.m.       NCAA        Prolc>>lonal     Dcvclupmcnt                          Ballroom     C         IO a.m.-Noon                Great Northwest            Conference                                                                                                                                            brary                                     Athlctlc    Conlrrcncc
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          7   a.m.-X    a m               The Colonial         League                                        Steuben                                                   on Cost Reduction
                                       Seminar       Breakfast                                                                  I II a m -Noon              Southwest       Athletic     Conlcrcncc                                            I p.m.~4:30         p.m.   Metropohtan         Collcgla~c      Athletic                 TraVcrllnc
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          7   a.m.-X    a.m.              (‘ouncil     of Ivy Group       Prrwdrnts                           I,alique        Spm-6pm                                  Kmckrrbocker       Baseball                                         Batik       B
7.30 a m -X p m                        NCAA        Mrdw      Hradquartcrs                                   Sappturc            IO a.m -2 p m               hig Eight Conference                                                                                          Conlcrence
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          7   a.m.-X    a.m.              I.onr Star Conference                                                  (‘oral                                                Conference
8 a m.-12.30  p.m.                     NCAA        Council                                                Wedgwood                                                                                                                               p m 4 30 pm.             Sun Belt Conference                                              Peridot
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          7   a.m.-X    a.m.              Metro     Atlantic     Athlehc    Cunlcrcncc                      Edelwew           5 p.m.-7       p.m.                      Middle     Atlantic    States Collrg~&                          Obelisk        A
9 a.m.-S p.m.                          NCAA        Professional     Development                             Ballroom                                                                                                                           I p.m.d.30          pm.    Sunshine    State Conference                          Rambling    Rose
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          7   a.m.-X    a.m.              Mwourl         Valley Conference                                 Obrhsk         A                                            Athletic     Conference       Rrccphon
                                       Seminar                                                                    D&E                                                                                                                            p.m.d:30          p.m.   United States Fencmg       Coachcb                          Chambcrb
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          7   a.m.-X    a.m.              New Jcrscy Athletic           Conference                            Batik       B   5 p.m.-7       p.m                       National      Athletic    Strcring      Committee             Chambers
I I a.m.-Noon                          NCAA        Professmnal              Development                   Governors                                                                                                                                                       Association
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          7   a.m.-X    a.m.              Northeast       Conlcrcncc                                       lnverncss          5pm-7pm                                  New York Collegiate            Athletic                          Library
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          7   a.m.-X    am                Ohlo Valley Conference                                         Cardinal    A                                                 CUdC-rCJlCC
I I a m -Noon                          NCAA        Professional             Development                         Senators
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              5 p.m.-7       p.m                       Northeast-10        Conference                                     Primula
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              530    p.m -7 p rn                       NCAA       Chief Executive         Officers          Peacock        Terrace
I2:IS      p.m.-I:45         p.m.NCAA              Professional             Development                  Ballroom           C
                                  Seminar           Luncheon
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              5.30 pm-7pm                              NCAA       Council                                        Wedgwood
12:30      p.m.-I:30         p.m.NCAA              Council   I.uncheon                                          Peacock
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              5 30 pm-7pm                              Association       of Mid-Continent                    Rambhng   Rorr
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Universities      and Nonh        Star
I:30      p.m.-5      p.m.             NCAA        Division        I Steering       Committee             Wedgwood
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Conference        Reception
I:30 p.m.-S           p.m.             NCAA        Division     II Steering    CommIttee                         Coral
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              7 30 p m.-9.30              p.m          NCAA        Honors     Dinner                                     ChantlIly
I:30 p.m.-S           p.m              NCAA        Division    111 SterringComrmttrr                         Emerald
Zpm-3pm                                NCAA        Professwnal       Drvrlopmrnt                           G”vrm”rs
2pm-3pm                                NCAA        Prolcssional             Development                         Senators                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Tuesday, January     9


                                                      Foothall   Foundation
                                                                              Collegiate                   TraVertlne

                                                                                                                                      Loews Anatole                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Time
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              6.30 a.m.-X:30
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              6.30 a m -9 a m

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Big Eight Conference

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      IO Conference
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              7 a.m.-X:30   a.m.
                                       and Hall      of Fame Honurb       Court            Dmncr                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              7 a m -8130 a m                             he
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        I‘ Colonial          League                                    Steuben
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              7 a.m.-X:30  am.                         Council       of Ivy Group       Presidents                      Lalique
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              7 a m -x 30 a m                          Pacific-IO       Conlerrnce                                  Obelisk     B
Saturday,   January    6                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      7 a.m.-X.30   a.m.                       We51 Coat          Athlchc    Confcrcnce                   Dardenrllrs
Time                     Event                                                                                   Room                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         7 a m -Y am                              Southeastern         Conference                                Emerald
7.30 a.m.-X.45    a.m.   NCAA                      Professional             Development                  Ballroom     C                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       7 a.m.-9 a m.                            Southwestern          Athlrhc    Conference                 Cardinal     H
                                       Seminar    Breakfast                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   7.30 a.m.-X p.m.                         N(~‘   AA    Media     Headquarters                           Sapphire
7.30 am-8            p.m.              NCAA      Media   Headquarters                                           Sapphire                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      7.45 a.m -9 a.m.                         Spnngtield        College Alumm                                 Rosetta
X a.m.-Noon                            NCAA      Mens (‘ ommittee     on                                      TraVcrhnc                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       8 an, -0 a “I.                           Big East Conference                                           Morocco
                                       Comrmltccs                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             8   a.m.-9     a.m.                      Colomal        Athlehc     Assocmclon                      Manchester
8 a.m.-S       p.m.                    NCAA        Council                                                 Wedgwood                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           X   a.m.-Y     a.m.                      little    t.ast (‘ onference                                   Inverness
9am-I          pm                      NCAA        Professwnal          Drvrlopmrnt                  Ballroom    D&E                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          8   a.m.-9     a m                       New Jersey Athletic           Conlrrcnce                         Bahk B
                                       Semmar                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 8   a.m.-9     a.m.                      Ohio Valley Conference                                     Cardinal      A
9am-I          pm                      Nahonal       Foothall       Foundation        and Hall                    MadrId                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      8   a m -5     p m.                      NCAA         Complimentary         Soft&Drink        ChantlIly      Foyer
                                       of Fame Honors           Court                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Bar
IO a m -6 p m                          MIdwestern       Collegiate     Conference                                    Mlro                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     8 a.m.-5 p.m.                            NCAA         Interpretahons           Center         Chantilly        Foyer
Noon- I 30 p rn                        NCAA      Mcns and Women’       s Comrmttees                              Steuben                                                                                                                 MEflANINE      LEVI:I.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               8 a.m.-S p.m.                            NCAA         Registration                            Chantilly        Foyer
                                       on Comm~lteeb                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          9 a.m.-Noun                              NCAA         General       Business      S&on         Chantilly         Bell-
Noon-2        pm.                      NCAA       Media    Luncheon                                          Emerald                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         room
Noon-3        p.m.                     Council     of Collegiate      Women     Athletic                  Manchester                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Noowl     p.m.                           N(‘ AA     Voting (~‘ommittee     I uncheon                         Peridot
                                       Administrators        Board of Ijirectors                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Noon-l:15     p.m.                       NCAA       Division  I Delegate\                     Khmer         Pavilion
I2 30 p m -1 30 p m                    NCAA       Council     I.uncheon                             Peacock       l&ace
                                                                                                                  ‘                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Luncheon
I p.m.-5 p.m.                          NCAA      Comphmcntary           Sult&Drmk      Bar          ChantlIly       Foyer                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Noon-l.       I5 p.m.                    NCAA       Division  II Delegates                       Ballroom            A-B
I p m -5 p m.                          N(‘AA      Interpretations       Center                      Chanully        Foyer                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              I.uncheon
I p.m.-S pm.                           NCAA       Rcglstrahon                                       Chantilly       Foyer                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Noon-1        I5 p rn                    NCAA       Dnwon     III Dclcga~cs                           Wedgwood
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14      THE NCAA NEWS/December             4.1999

Ware runs-and-shoots his way tothe Heisman
By James M. Van Valkenburg
NCAA Director of Statistics

   Andre Ware mastered Houston’       s
complex run-and-shoot, hurry-up
offensive system, which is like run
ning a two-minute drill all game
long. The result is the most prolific
year by any passer in college football
   Simply put, Ware threw more
passes than any quarterback ever
and completed more for more yards
and more touchdowns on a per-
game basis. Most of the significant
records Ware shattered had been set
by Jim McMahon          in his historic
 1980 season at Brigham Young.
   It almost seemed that Houston
was playing a different game than
the rest of the country. The Cougars
threw passes on 75 percent of their           MhHgan StWeb BIeke &or is                         Clarkston Hines of Duke rclnks                    7’bmmy Hodson,        Louislana              Among DhMon I-A tMd gael
plays vs. the national average of 40          one of Dtvbion I-Ab best nm-                      among Division I-A mcviving                       State, ranks high in Division I-A            lea&m is lbdd Wdght an Ar-
percent. From another angle, Ware             ning backs                                                                                          passhg ehkiency                              kansas freshmen
completed almost as many passes
per game (33.2) as McMahon at-               But he stuck with me. He deserves                   ual Hazard, the national receiving                tied for No. 1 in interceptions at 12.      cause of the many talented offensive
tempted (37. I) in 1980. Ware aver-          total credit.”                                      champion, set I-A records for total               1.09 per game. The Houston defense          players.
aged a record 52.5 attempts per                 Jenkins says Ware would have                     catches at 142 and TD catches at 22.              had only one bad game, giving up               An unprecedented seven quarter-
game.                                        developed into a top quarterback                    His 1,689 receiving yards rank sec-               647 yards in a 45-39 loss to Arkan-         backs topped 150 rating points,
   Playing one less game than                anywhere, and pro scouts say he                     ond in I-A history. Chuck Wea-                    SZLS.
                                                                                                                                                                                               including Ware and Florida State’ s
 McMahon, Ware still had I28 more            could step in now and be outstand-                  therspoon, a 1,146-yard rusher,                      Offensively, Houston and Ware            unsung senior, Peter Tom Willis.
passing yards, 4,699 vs. 4.57 I, and         ing in a year or two. The Houston                   averaged 9.63 yards per carry to                  were stopped only by Texas A&M,             Most are underclassmen,        like
34 more in total offense, 4,661 vs.          system uses four wide receivers,                                               s
                                                                                                 break the 9.35 by Oklahoma’ Greg                  which pressured Ware into three             Brigham    Young sophomore       Ty
4,627. Ware had one less touchdown           spreads the field and requires quick                Pruitt in 1971. Adding receiving                  interceptions, sacked him several           Detmer, who averaged a record
pass, 46 vs. 47, but his per-game                                                                                                                  times and permitted only one TD             11.07 yards per attempt to break
average of 4. IX broke the 3.92 set by                                                                                                             pass in a 17-13 victory over the            McMahon’  s 10.27 and passed for
Utah’ Scott Mitchell last year.                                                                                                                    Cougars, who finished 9-2.                  4,560 yards.
   Ware, a 6-2, 205-pound junior                                                                                                                      Ware, Hazard, Weatherspoon
from Dickinson, Texas, needed all                                                                                                                  and Price all are juniors, so Ware’
                                                                                                                                                                                     s            Then, there were the record-break-
his record numbers to squeeze past                                                                                                                 talk of a national championship             ing run-pass quarterbacks like West
Indiana senior Anthony Thompson                                                                                                                    next year is not far-fetched. This                   s
                                                                                                                                                                                               Virginia’ Major Harris, only player
in the Heisman Trophy voting in                                                                                                                    season, Pardee’ team is barred
                                                                                                                                                                   s                           ever to run for 2,000 yards and pass
                                              decisions. He was still learnmg in                 and runback yards, Weatherspoon’     s                                                        for 5,000; Colorado’  s amazingly
the fourthclosest race ever. Thomp-                                                                                                                from television and bowl play by a
                                              1988 as he threw 25 passes while                   2 l7.4-yard     all-purpose    average                                                        quick Darian Hagan, who led the
son won both the rushing (163) and                                                                                                                 probation that does not involve any
                                              sharing the position.                              ranks third.                                                                                  only perfect-record team, and Air
scoring (14) Division I-A season                                                                                                                   current player or any member of
                                              Outstanding support                                   Defensively, Houston led the na-                                                                  s
                                                                                                                                                                                               Force’ Dee Dowis, who set the
championships and over his career                                                                                                                          s
                                                                                                                                                   Pardee’ coaching staff.
                                                 Ware had an outstanding, record-                tion in interceptions (32). takeaways                                                         career record for quarterback rush-
scored more TDs (65) and points
                                              breaking supporting CiiSt, both of-                (51) and turnover margin (2.55 per                Talented field
(394) than any I-A player in history.                                                                                                                                                          ing.
                                              fensively and defensively. Emman-                                     s
                                                                                                 PmK)~ Houston’ Cornelius price is                   The Hcisman         rdce   was close bc
   “(Head coach) Jack Pardee gave                                                                                                                                                                             s
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Thompson’ record scoring and
me the opportunity to play quarter-                                                                                                                                                            4,965 career rushing, No. 5 all time,
back when a lot of people didn’        t
believe in me,” Ware said after his                                                           The 1989 bowl field                                                                               are a potent combination. Florida
                                                                                                                                                                                               junior Emmitt Smith will top 5,500
400-yard game in a 64-O rout of                                                                                                                                                                 rushing with another season like
                                                                                       In Bovls          Current                         #Career Record:                     In Bovls
Rice December 2. “Many coaches                                                                                                                      v---L--T                                                       s
                                                                                                                                                                                                1989. New Mexico’ Terance Mathis
                                                     College                             Y--L--T         Coach                             Yrs                       Pet.      V--L--T
want guys like me to be option                                                                                                                                                                 set a career record in receiving yards.
                                                     Air Porce# . . . . . 4 3 1                           Fisher    DeBerry#            .. 6       48 24         0 .667        2 1 0
quarterbacks or to switch to defense.
                                                     Alabama*#           . . . ...23        15 3         Bill     Curry*#       . . . . . 10       57 51         4 .527        2 1 0
A lot of kids out there get over-                                                                                                                                                                       s
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Ware’ 8. I3 yards per attempt is
                                                     Arizona          ........ 1 4 1                     Dick Tomey . . . . . . . 13               81 58         6 -579
looked.”                                                                                                                                                                                       good but still is lowest among the
                                                     Arkansas*)             . . . . . 9 13 3             Ken Hatfield*#              . . . 11      80 48         2 .623        3 4 0
   Ware was an option quarterback                                                                                                                                                              top I5 efficiency passers. Remember,
                                                     Auburn*#          . . . . . ..lO        9 2         Pat Dye*# . . . . . . . . 16 133 48                     3 -731        5 2 1
in high school and dreamed of fol-                   Ball      St. . . . . . . .             -                                                                                     -           though, that he threw 578 passes-
                                                                                                         Paul Schudel           ..... 5            2924          2.545
lowing Donnie Little and becoming                    Brigham Young*..                    5 8 0                                                                                                  166 more than anyone else in this
                                                                                                         LaVell     Edwards*           . . 18 165 55             1 .749        5 8 0
the second black quarterback to                      Clemson*          ._.....           9 6 0                                                                                 5 2 o>          group (Detmer threw 412, Willis
                                                                                                         Danny Ford* . . . . . . 12)               95 29         4 - 758
start at Texas. But Texas recruiters                Colorado*            ...... 4 9 0                    Bill     McCartney*           .. 8        46 44         1 -511        0 3 0           was next at 346).
told him he lacked passing skills                    Duke ..,........                    3 3 0           Steve Spurrier              ... 3         20 12         1 .621            -
and offered him a grant to play                                                                                                                                                                   The remarkable figures about
                                                     Florida**           . . .._.        8 9 0           Gary Darnell#<              ... 4          6 31         0 -162                        Ware are his TD frequency and
defensive back. Houston was the                      Florida         St.*#         .. 8 7 2              Bobby Bovden*#              . . . 24 193 72             3 -726        8 3 1
only school to recruit him at quar-                                                                                                                                                            avoidance of the interception. Ex-
                                                     Fresno St.*              .... 4 1 0                 Jim Sweeney* . ..I.                25 150 121           2 .553        3 0 0
terback.                                                                                                                                                                                       actly 7.96 percent of his passes were
                                                    Georgia*#            . . . . . . 13 12 3             Ray Goff# . . . . . . . . 1640                              .600                      TDs --a figure topped by only two
    But Ware was ineligible to play at              Havaiit          ........                -           Bob Vagnerl          ...... 3             23 12        0 .657
                                                                                                                                                                                               passers in the top 50 in efficiency.
 Houston after graduating from high                  Illinois*           ...... 3 4 0                    John Hackovic*             ... 5          29 27         1 -518       0 2 0
                                                                                                                                                                                               And just 2.60 percent of Ware’        s
school. He had the necessary grades                 Miami (Fla.)*                  .. 7 8 0              Dennis Erickson*+.                    8   60 32         1 .651        1 0 o+
                                                    8ichigan*            . . . . . . 911          0                                                                                            passes were intercepted      identical
and SAT score, but like many other                                                                       Bo Schembechler*..                 27 234 64           8 -778        511       0
                                                    Hichigan           St.*        .. 3 5 0                                                                                                    to Willis’ percentage and bettered
Southwest Athletic Conference ath-                                                                       George Perlest             ... 7          45 33         3 ,574        1 3 0
                                                    nississippi               . ...12       10 0                                                                                               by only two in the top 50.
letes that year, he did not take the                                                                     Billy     Brewer+ . . . . 16              95 77        6 .551         1 1 o+
SAT on a date sanctioned by the                     Nebraska*            . . . ...14        13 0         Tom Osborne*          . . . . . 17 168 37              2 .816        8 8 0               The final rundown of all I-A
NCAA. So, Ware enrolled at Alvin,                   North Caro. St.*                    6 4 1            Dick Sheridan*+               . . 12      96 40        4 -700         1 1 o+          season and career leaders, final na-
                                                    Notre Dame* . . . . 9 5 0                            Lou Holtz*        . . . . . . . 20 152 76              5 -663        6 5 2            tional trends, and team leaders will
Texas, Community College, worked
                                                    Ohio St. . . . . . ..ll                 10 0         John Cooper . . . . . . 13                93 50        3 .647        2 1 0            appear in the December I I issue of
evenings at a fast-food place and
                                                    Oregon . . . . . . . . . 2 4 0                       Rich Brooks . . . . . . 13                59 81        4 -424             -           The NCAA News. The six teams
mornings sweeping floors at the
                                                    Penn St. . . . . ...15                   8 2         Joe Paterno         . . . . . . 24 219 57              3 .790       12 6 1
post office in nearby LaMarque,                                                                                                                                                                playing after December 2 have team
                                                    Pittsburgh)               . . . . 7 10 0             Hike Gottfried#+..                 12     74 56        4 .567        0 1 o+
where his mother, Joyce, sorted                                                                                                                                                                and individual numbers ranking in
                                                    Southern           Cal* ..21 11 0                    Larry Smith*          . . . . . 14        92 63        4 .591        1 3 1
mail.                                                                                                                                                                                          the top IO in several categories, but
                                                    Syracusett             ..... 4 6 1                   Dick BacPherson*#+                 16 102 69           3 -595        1 1 l+
   “1 never let Andre see it, but 1                                                                                                                                                            most top rankings will stand up.
                                                    Tennesseet             . . ...15        14 0         Johnny Hajorsl             . . . 22 148 97             8 -601        7 6 0
really felt sorry for him (those dou-               Texas A&HI . . . ..lO                    6 0         R-C. Slocum# . . . . . 1                   7     3     0 .700                         The bowl field
ble-shift days),” his mother said.                  Texas Tech . . . . . 3 13 1                          Spike Dykes . . . . . . 4> 19 14                       1 -574        0 1 o>
“The only transportation       he had                                                                                                                                                             The bowl-field chart shows 20
                                                    Tulsa        .......... 3 6 0                        David Rader . . . . . . 2                 10 12        0 .455                         teams and IX coaches repeating
was a bicycle, and one night, some-                 Virginia           ....... 2 0 0                     George Welsh . . . . . 17 105 85                       3 -552        3 2 0
one stole it. He had to walk home. It                                                                                                                                                                                      s
                                                                                                                                                                                               from last season. Nebraska’ Tom
                                                    Washington             ..... 9 7 1                   Don James . . . . . . . . 19 144 73                    3 -661        7 4 0
made me want to cry.”                                                                                                                                                                          Osborne has the longest current
                                                    West Va.* . . . . . . 8 6 0                          Don Nehlen*         . . . . . . 19 130 73              6 .636        3 3 0            streak with his 17th consecutive
   “I learned there’ more to life                   Coached teams voted                      national        champions:          Edwards at Brigham Younn 1984: Ford
than throwing that football around.                 at Clemson 1981; Paterno                         at Penn State 1982, 1986; Majors at PitTsburgh                              1976.         bowl team      every season of his
That’ a lesson I would never have
      s                                             * Repeater             from 1988 season’           s       bovl field.                                                                     career (the record is 24 by the late
                                                                                                                                      # Career record does not include
learned if I’ gone straight to school,”
             d                                      final       regular-season                 games December 2, 3 and 9.                        > Ford and Dykes both started                 Paul “Bear” Bryant of Alabama).
Ware said.                                          their       head-coaching                career with a bowl game; counted as one season in each case.                                                   s
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Michigan’ Ho Schembechler has
   The transition at Houston to a                   + Bowl record does not include                              these records             in Division       I-AA play-offs:          Brewer                                s
                                                                                                                                                                                                I5 in a row, Brigham Young’ LaVell
passing quarterback was difficult:                  ill,       Erickson           l-2,     Gottfried        O-l,    Sheridan          333; in Division          II play-offs       and                                   s
                                                                                                                                                                                               Edwards 12 and Florida’ Bobby
“I threw until I couldn’ lift the ball;
                       t                            NCAA regional                championship            bowls:     MacPherson            l-1.     < Took over as interim            coach     Bowden eight. Nine are head-coach-
then (offensive coordinator John)                   after       fifth        game.                                                                                                             ing in a major howl for the first
Jenkins had me throw some more.                                                                                                                                                                time.
                                                                                                                                                                 THE NCAA NEWS/December         4.1989       15

Texas A&I’ Bailey, denied title, still had memorable career
By James M. Van Valkenburg
NCAA Dlrcctor of Stattstics

   To say that Texas A&l’ Johnny
Bailey had a college football career
to remcmbcr is putting it mildly.
    Bailey smashed Tony Dorsctt’   s
all-time NCAA collcgiatc (all-divi-
sions) career rushing record and did
it by 23X yards    6,320 to 6,082 for
the 1976 Heisman Trophy winner at
Pittsburgh. Bailey’ 7.14-yard per-
carry average and 162.1 per-game
average are the highest cvcr in any
division for players with at least
4,900 career yards.
   Bailey set a collegiate record of
7,803 all-purpose yards, breaking
the 7,623 by Division I-AA Colgate’ s
Kenny Gamhle from 19X4 to 1987.
And Bailey’ 200. I all-purpose yards
per game (he played in only 39                     s
                                         Texas A&l’ Johnny Bailey re-              Wabash senior Mike Funk is the            Jacque DeMatteo, Clarion, is                East Stroudsbutg~ Dennie Mail-
regular-season games) is a collegiate    cent/y completed an amazing               1989 Division Ill reoeiying cham-         the Division II interceptions               hot won II titles in punt and
record, breaking the 199. I by How-      college career                            pion                                      champion                                    kickoff returns
ard Stevens, who played two se&Tons
at Randolph-Macon         (196X-1969)    Butler senior Steve Roberts and           career points, tied for tifth on the      Team leaders                                    Wisconsm-Stout senior Tim Pe-
and two at Louisville (197 I- 1972).     Wofford freshman Shawn Graves             all-time division chart.                      Grand Valley State is the only          tcrson also hrokc the Ill carcci
    Bailey’ 426 career points are        would bc the top runners, while                    s
                                                                                       Basil’ winning efficiency rating      double winner among the team                record for total offense at 9,70 I, hut
third highest ever by an NCAA            Alabama      A&M     senior receiver      of 1X0.9 points is sixth highest in       champions, ranking first in total           finished more than 3,000 behind
collegian but are not a Division II      Barry Wagner and quarterbacks             division history, and he had just         offense at 480.8 and in scoring at 44.      Baumgartncr.
record. Walter Payton holds that         Rob Tomlinson, Cal State Chico            seven interceptions vs. 29 touch-         Wofford is the rushing champion at          Rushing and scoring
one at 464 points for Jackson State      sophomore, and Richard Basil, Sam         down passes. His 10.18 yards per          373.7, and Cal State Chico wins in             Gales, 6-1 and 200, averaged 6.85
from 1971 to 1974, even though           vannah State senior, would be head-       attempt and his 13.74 TD percent-         passing at 32X.X. Defensively, it is        yards per carry ~ highest among
Bailey’ 70 touchdowns are a divi-        lining the passing game.                  age both are among the highest            Texas A&l (60.7) in rushing, Mis-           the top 25 rushers. His 203.5 rushing
sion record. Payton also kicked 53           All had great seasons, producing      ever.                                     souri Southern in passing(93). Win-         average is fourth on the all-time
extra points and five field goals; the   record or near-record numbers in                       s
                                                                                      Tomlinson’ record total-offense        ston~Salcm State in total (185.7)           collegiate list behind Barry Sanders
collegiate records for points (474)      division history. Rushing champion        average was 350.4 yards per game.         and Jacksonville State (7) m scoring.       (232. I, Oklahoma State, 198X). Mar-
and TDs (79) arc held by Joe                      s
                                         Mitchell’ I X2.5 yards per game are       He broke the 343.X by Northcast           Record spree in iii                         cus Allen (212.9, Southern Califor-
Dudek, who played at Plymouth            second highest ever to the dlvision-                       s
                                                                                   Missouri State’ Chris Hegg in 19X5.            Talented players went on a rec-        nia, 1981) and Ed Marinara (209.0,
State of Division I11 from 1982 to       record 182.X by Bailey in his fresh-      ‘lbmlinson’s    3,237 passing yards       ord-breaking spree this season in           Cornell, 197 1).
 19x5.                                   man season of 1986. Jackson and           also led the division and he added         Division III, led hy quarterbacks                   s
                                                                                                                                                                            Gale’ I66 points are tied for
                                         Roberts; high on the career list,         267 net rushing.                           Kirk Baumgartncr of Wisconsin-             eighth all time. In career yards,
   “We know this is not the same
                                         would be l-2 among seniors most              Portland State junior Darrem Del-       Stcvcns Point and Joe Blake ol                        s
                                                                                                                                                                         Dickinson’ Mike Birosak is third
level of competition    as Division
                                         years. Graves set collegiate records      ‘Andrae was next in passing yards                                 s
                                                                                                                              Simpson and Blake’ tailback, team-         at 4,79X; and in career points, Gales
I-A,” says Texas A&l coach Ron
                                                                                                                              mate Rickey Gales.                         is fourth at 316.
 Harms. “But blockers are better at
                                                                                                                                  Baumgartner, a 6-4 senior, is one
the larger schools, too. Pro scouts                                                                                           ot the most prolific passers in college     Receiving and runbacks
say Johnny would he a great back                                                                                             football history. He is second on the           The record spree extends to re-
anywhere.”                                                                                                                    all-time NCAA collegiate (all-divi-        ceiving and runbacks. Wabash scn-
   Then why was Bailey running for                                                                                            sions) list in passing yards (13,02X)       ior Mike Funk won the receiving
a Division I-A team” “I wasn’ into       i                                                                                    and touchdown passes (110) and             title at 9.7 catches per game, equal-
my books,” he says bluntly. The 5-9,     for quarterback rushing and scoring.       at 3.0 16 but finished fourth in total    third in total offense (12,767). And,      ing the division record. lonajunior
I X0-pound Houston native would             Wagner set division records for         offcnsc, whcrc Alabama          A&M      of course, he owns most of the              Byron Womack had four TDs on
not have qualified at a I-A college in   catches and receiving yards, Tom-          sophomore Tracy Kendall was a             Division II I records.                     kickoff returns to set an all-time,
19X6 because of Proposition 4X.          linson set adivision record for total-     distant second at 279.9 per game,             In efficiency, though, Blake is off    all-divisions season record and win
Thanks to the patience of A&I            offense yards per game. Basil, the        just ahead of Basil. Fdinboro junior      the charts at 203.3 rating points       a   that title at 35.4. The TDs came on
backfield coach Don Pittman, who         passing efficiency champion, threat-       Hal Galupi was a distant second in        III record and second highest ever         runs of 9X. 92. 90 and X6 yards in
chatted with his mother while            ened the records for yards per at-         passing efficiency at 154.5.              by an NCAA passer in any division.                               s
                                                                                                                                                                         four games. Ferrum’ Chris Warren,
Johnny repeatedly failed to show         tempt and touchdown frequency.                Basil’ career efficiency 01 1SX.S
                                                                                            s                                     Teammate Gales shares equal            a transfer from Virginia, is the punt-
up for appointments, Bailey finally                                                 would rank second, except that hc IS      billing with all-time division records     return champion at 23.4, and he
signed a letter of intent. Then hc           And we have not mentioned Bas-
                                                                                    far short of the minimum of 375           m rushing (203.5 yards per game)           tied the collegiate season record
rushed for 2,0 I I yards, a collegiate     s
                                         il’ favorite   receiver, Shannon
                                                                                   career completions used for ranking.       and scoring (16.6) that are high in        with four punt-return touchdowns.
                                         Sharpe, who tied the TD catches
freshman record.                                                                                                             all-divisions ranks.                        Coast Guard sophomore Ron Da-
                                         record, or Colorado Mines’ record         Receiving and ail runbacks
   “I most definitely think I’ as
                                m                                                                                                 The only question is, did Blake’  s    vies wins in Interceptions on 1.22
                                         punter, Tim Baer.                              Wagner, 6-3 and 210, rolled up
good as any college back anywhcrc,”                                                                                          passing open things up for Gale’        s   per game.
                                         Rushing and scoring                       record rccciving numbers of IO6
he says. “I play the game with                                                                                                                           ?
                                                                                                                              running, or vice versa’ Probably a             On the career charts, Mike White-
                                            One 01 Bailey’ goals was a record
                                                          s                        catches and 1,812 rccciving yards.
heart.”                                                                                                                      little of both. Of course, the offcnsivc    house of St. Norbert and Scott
                                         fourth straight rushing champion-         The old marks were 10 I by Valpa-
                                                                                                                              lint made it possible, and head            Frederickson ot Wisconsin-Stout
   .l‘ Harlan Hill Trophy, Division      ship, but Mitchell put an end to that             s
                                                                                   raise’ Mike Healey in I985 and
                                                                                                                             coach Jim Williams has been cm-             ended up trading the 2-3 spots in
II’ Heisman, likely will go to Bailey
  s                                      with some big late-season games            I ,5X I yards hy Nebraska-Omaha’    s
                                                                                                                             siderrd a master in coaching offrn-         calchss and yards. Whitehouse had
a third straight year at the banquet     and finished on top by almost 200         Dan Fulton in 1976. East Strouds-         sive-line play through his lengthy
                                                                                   burg junior Dennis Mailhot turned                                                     230 catches lor 3,480 yards, Freder-
in Florence, Alabama, before the         yards. The scoring crown went to                                                    career.
                                                                                   a rare double by winning titles in                                                    ickson 233 for 3,390. Whitehouse’   s
division’ national championship                     s
                                         St. Joseph’ (1ndiana)Junior Jimmy                                                   Passing and total offense                                                   s
                                                                                                                                                                         37 TD catches is third. Funk’ 22X
game December 9. Texas A&I cx-           Allen at 13.X points per game.            both punt-return average ( 17.X) and
                                                                                   kickoff-return                                 Baumgartner set a division record      for 2,858 and 33 TDs also ranked
petted to be playing in the title                                                                       average    (32.6).
                                            In a year of gifted quarterback                                                  for passing yards per game at 369.2,        high.
game after an undefeated, untied                                                   Jacque DeMatteo, Clarion junior,
                                         rushers in all NCAA          divisions,                                             added a division-record           39 TD     Punting and field goals
regular season but turned the ball                                                 is the interceptions champlon at
                                         Graves (5-7 and 157) outdid them                                                    passes (with just nine intcrccptions),          Kenyon senior Paul Becker is the
over nine times in the mud and lost                                                0.75 per game.
                                         all with 1,483 yards and 24 TDs.                                                    and won another total-offcnsc title         punting champion at 40 5 The field-
to an excellent Mississippi College                                                                     s
                                                                                        Savannah State’ Sharpc, as men-
                                         Both figures are NCAA collegiate                                                    at 354 yards per game. Hc now               goal race ended in a dead heat, with
team.                                                                              tioned, tied the season record of two
                                         or all-divisions records for quarter-                                               owns the top three season passing           San Diego sophomore Dave Berg-
   ‘Uhc title game would have been                                                  I‘
                                                                                   ‘ D catches per game. The brother
                                         backs. He also set a collegiate record                                              yardage figures in division history.        mann and Merchant Marine fresh-
the high point of Bailey’ career.
                            s                                                      of former South Carolina receiving
                                         for scoring by a freshman.                                                              On the collcgiatc career lists, only    man Rich Egal hoth averaging 1.56
Now, he must settle for the moment                                                 standout Sterling Sharpe, his 3,744
                                                                                                                             Portland State’ Neil Lomax (last            made per game. Bergmann had
at Central State (Oklahoma) when            Bailey, who missed two games           career receiving yards is fourth high-
                                                                                                                             season 1980) with 13,220 passing            only four misses for 77.X percent
hc broke Dorsett’ record, the ref-
                  s                      with injuries and often retired early                                         I‘
                                                                                   est in division history and his 40 ‘ D
                                                                                                                             and 13,345 total offcnsc and Missis-        accuracy, while Egal missed tight.
eree flipped him the ball and his        with his team far ahead, averaged         catches second.
                                                                                                                             sippi Valley State’ Willie lotten           Team champions
teammates hoisted him on their           7.55 yards per carry to Mitchell’ s       Punting and field goals                   (19X5) with 13,007 total offense and            Simpson won the total-offense
shoulders.                               6.19. The leader in this category            Colorado Mines senior Tim Baer          139 TD passes outrank Baum-                crown at 514 yards per game, and
   When he was 11 years old, Bailey      among the top 25 rushers was Pitts-       repeated as punting champion on a         gartner.                                    Ferrum edged Simpson for the scor-
received a Christmas gift of a Dallas    burg State sophomore Darren Daw-          43.3-yard average. His career aver-            Blake, a 6-l junior, was six at-       ing title, 46.7 to 45.5. The only
Cowboy uniform with Tony Dor-            son at 7.89.                              age of 44.3 is a Division II record,      tempts short of the 15 per game             record was the 3X8.5 rushing average
sett’ number 33 on it. “I got a             Jackson, third this season behind      breaking the 44 by .leff Guy of           needed to qualify; but even if six          by Wisconsin-River Falls. The pass-
Payton outfit one year, too,” he         Mitchell and Bailey, reached 4,890        Western State (Colorado) from 1983        attempts-all       interceptions-were       ing title went to Wisconsin-Stevens
says, “But I loved being T.D. He         in career rushing- third highest in       to 1985. The field-goal title goes to     added, his efficiency rating still           Point at 38X.4.
was my idol.”                            division history. Roberts is seventh      North Dakota junior Cory Solberg          would have broken the III record.               On defense, Frostburg State won
A talented field                         at 4,623, and Mitchell at 3,59X will      at 1.73 per game. Grand Valley            He thus was declared champion.              three titles    49.7 in rushing, 70 in
   Almost any other season, Sa-          reach 5,000 with another year like              s
                                                                                   State’ Miguel Sagaro kicked a di-         His career 154.2 gives him a good           passing and I 19.7 in total defense
ginaw Valley junior Kevin Mitchell,       1989. Roberts, with six touchdowns       vision-record 65 extra points (in 66      chance at the division-record 14X.6          and Milliken led in scoring defense
St. Cloud senior Harry Jackson,          in his last game, finished with 3X6       attempts).                                next fall.                                  at 4.X.
16              THE NCAA NEWS/December                                   4,1999

 Footbd                                                                                 Statistics
Through             games     of December                           2

Division                       I-A individual                                                                            leaders
                                                                   RUSHING                                                                                                                                                     FIELD G;OALS                                                                                             INTERCEPTIONS
                                                                                                                            YOS                                                                                                                           FGA       FG               FGPG                                                                    CL     G NO                     TO
 Anthony Thorn son. lndrana                                                            ik       I!                          1793                                                  Phrlrp Doyle. Alabama                                                                                             Cornelius Price. Houston                                 Jr    11 12
 Mike Prlngle c!al St Fullerton                                                                                                                                                   Gregg McCallum, Oregon                                                   2        ss                ;i            Bob Navarro. Eastern Mlch                                Jr    11 12
 Emmett Smrth. Florrda                                                                  2       11                          1%                                                    Roman Anderson Houston                                                   36       22                              Ben Smrth. Georgia                                                                           5
 ElaiseBryant    lowaS.                                                                 Jr      11                                                                                Mickey Thomas. blr inra Tech                                             25       21                1 91          Kevin Smrth Texas ABM
 James Gray, texas Tech                                                                                                     13                                                    Jason Hanson. Was 1 mgton SI                                             27       21                191           Tracy Saul, Texas Tech
 Stacey Robmson, Northern Ill                                                                                                                                                     Jason Elam, Hawaii       _.                                              21       20                1.82          Robert Blackman. Baylor
 Blake Eror. Mlchl an St                                                                                                    1%                                                    Todd Wrrght. Arkansas                                                                               182           Walter Brr gs. Hawall..
 Derrrck Douglas. P oursrana Tech                                                                                           1232                                                  David Fuess. Tulsa                                                       8        si                162           Todd Lygh 7 Notre Dame
 Jerry Mays. Georgra Tech..                                                                                                 1349                                                  Kevin Nrcholl. Central Mrch                                              24       20                182           Ed G&is, Arm
 Elaii Thoinas. Perin St                                                                                                    1341                                                  Chrrs Gardockr Clemson                                                   26       20                1.82          Greg Koperek pv  acrlrc
 Ken Clark, Nebraska..                                                                                                      1196                                                  Cary Elanchard. Oklahoma St                                              2%       20                1 82          Lerov Butler klorrda St
 Erran Mdchell Southwestern La                                                          2       1:                          1311                                                  Ra Tarasr. Penn St                                                                                  1.73          Rob&l UNel(, Clemson
 Bob Chrrstian.‘
               Northwestern                                                             Jr      11                          129’                                                  Jo hy Kasay. Georgra
                                                                                                                                                                                      n                    .I.. 1. : 1.                                    5        1:                1 73          Rob Thomson, Syracuse
 Rocky Ervms. Southern Cal                                                              Jr      11                          1269                                                  Kenny Stocker. Ball St                                                                                            Mark Carrrer, Southern Cal        : :
 Darrell Thompson, Mmnesota                                                                                                 ‘139                                                  Damon Hartman, North Care. St..                                          $5       1:                1::           Oavld Haugh. Ball St
 Aaron Craver, Fresno St                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Greg Garnrca, Ball St.
 Steve Broussard. Washmaton St                                                                                              1E
 Chuck Webb, Tennessee .y                                                                                                                                                                                  PUNT REl                                                        KICKOFF
 Mrke Mavweather. Armv                                                                  Jr      10                          xi%                                                                                                               TD AVG        Mm 12 per game)                                                                                                        CL NO
 Sheldon Manley San Joie St                                                             Jr      ‘
                                                                                                1                           ‘20’                                                                                                                           fony  Smdh. Southern MISS.
 Dee flows Arr torte..                                                                                                                                                                                                                         : %         Mike Bellamy. lll~no~s                                                    Kirk Maggro. UCLA                             “SE
 J J Flanni an. Colorado                                                                                                    113                                                                                                                0 1638      Ron Gra Air Force.                                                        Rob Myers Washmgton St                  ”     SF 52
 Don Rrley, E entral Mrch                                                                                                   1187                                                  Dwrght Prckens. Fresno St..                                    5.67
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               1 ‘         Chrrs 011,ham. Oregon..                                                   Shawn McCarthy. Purdue.                       :;  Ei;
                                                                                                                                                                                  Tyrone Hughes. Nebraska                                                  Kelvm Means, Fresno St                                                    Daren Parker. Soulh Caro
                                                                                                                                                                                  0 Smdh Louisville       _. _.                                x 1::3      Arthur Marshall, Georgia                                                  Pete Rotter. Baylor                           St            57
                                                                   SCORING                                                                                                        0 J Mctiuffre. Penn St                                       1 14.63     Deral BoykIn. Kansas                                                      Robbre Keen. Calriorma                        ;;            $
                                                                          CL                     ti                             XP                                                Jeff Campbell, Colorado                                      0 1460      R Patterson Northern Ill                                                  Tim Luke. Colorado St
Anthony Thompson. IndIana                                                  Sr                   11                                                                                Terre11 Buckle  Florida St                                   11423       Alan Grant, Stanford.                                                     Greg Hertzog. West Va..                       Jr            40
                                                                           Jr                   11                               !                                                Tro Vmcent Li lSCO”Sl”                                                   Kurt Johnson. Kentucky                                                    Chrrs Gardockr, Clemson
Emmanuel Hazard, Houston
Roman Anderson, Houston                                                                                                         65                                                Riciy Watteis. Notre Dame                                    11%         T. Mathrs, New Mexico                                                     Scott McAlrster. North Caro                   s”,’ !
James Gray, Texas Tech                                                                 “s”,     11                                                                                Chrrs Tolbert Kentucky.                                      1’325       C Hawk+      Mrchr an St.                                                 BJ Lohsen,Kansas                              Sr 46
Blarse Bryant Iowa St                                                                   Jr      11                                   i                                            Ohs Taylor. Oklahoma                                                     J Robinson, East e aro
Blake Ezor hArchi an St                                                                                                                                                           Marshall Roberts, Rutgers                                    11%         Raghlb Ismarl. Notre Dame
Mrke Prmgle, Cal 4 t Fullerton                                                         ::       17                                   i                                            Kurt Johnson. Kentucky                                       0 1207
Jamal Farmer, Hawall
State Robmson. Northern III                                                            5:       17                                   :
Brran h ItchelI. Southwestern La
Dee DowIs, Arr Force..
J J Flanntgan Colorado
                                                                                                                                     4”                                           Division                                I-A team leaders
Srran Stat     Afabama..       .I..                :                                                                                 1
Clarkstan A ,nes Duke                                                                                                                                                                                                                        PASSING     OFFENSE
Steve Broussard, Washmgton St                                                                                                        :
Greg Johnson, Au Force..                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     INT     PCT     YDS
OarIan Hagan Colorado                                                                                                                i                                            Houston                                                                                     16     625     5624
Jason Elam, tiawarl                                                                                                                                                               ;ta ham Young                                                                               ‘5     644     4732
Carlos Huerta. Mramr (Fla )                                                                                                     ::                                                   !l                                                                                       21     536     4064
Dennis Smith, Utah                                                                                                                   2                                            Duke
Phdrp Doyle. Alabama                                                                                                                                                              Florrda St                                                                                  :Y     Et?!    E
Gregg McCallum. Oregon                                                                                                          E                                                 New Memo
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              15     617     2972
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                                       Jr 11           578         365 6.315                                                                                                      North Caro St                                                                               16     540     2798
                                       Jr 11           169         107 6331                                   473        1625            962              ?      3        1%      ;g;ng     Green                          .......                                            13     537     2781
                                                                                                              260        3’24            9.03             20     5.78     1507                                             .......
                                      ?: 11            .%          ::: EE                                     404        1993            894                                      Rutgers                       : 1.1.   1 ......                                             :i     %       s%
                                      i 11             224         ‘3’ 5848                                   ;.g        ;93&3           B3               is5    YE       1458
                                                       215         128 5953
                                      Sr 11            245         152 6204                                   367        2242            915              ‘%     isi      1%                                                                 PASSING     DEFENSE
                                      Sr 11            317         183 5773                                   3.79       2655            a.38             22     6.94     43.4
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                                      p;               228         146MD4                                     439        1953            655               9     395                                                                                                         IN;       9
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                                                       189         115 60.85                                  5.82       1591            a.42                                     Kansas St                                                                                                                                                                                                  :          c:
                                       Jr   10         314         183 5828                                   L33        :g              ‘33              1:     :i:      1%
                                                                                                                                                                          1391    llllnOlS                                                                                     18     49.0   1545       60               1:;                                                                            B3.1
                                      so    11         186         ID5 55.45                                                                              12     645      1344    Mrnsrssi pr St                                                                                                                                                                                          1;
                                       Fr   11         307         172 5603                                   3.58       2527            8.23             15     4.69     134.1   Mlaml I c la)                                                                               21
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                                       Jr    9         274         1;; 2:                                     511        2035            7.43             15     5.47     133.7   Nav                                                                                          7      53.6   1484       7.7              1464                                                            ;              J.i
                                       Fr   11         321                                                    3 74       2403            7.48             16     4.39     1331    Ba or.......                                                                                22      51.6   1634       60                                                                              10
David Rdey.     Ball St..             sr    11         256         149 5820                                   273        ,929            754              13     508      1328    In dJrana                                                                                    9      567    1654                        1%                                                                             Ei
1 J Rubley.     Tulsa                                                                                         195        2292            7.44                                     Auburn                                                                                      11      507    1686       i.7              153.3                                                          1;             100.5
And Kelly,      Tennessee                                                                                     5.77       1299            8.33              7
                                                                                                                                                          22     7.14
                                                                                                                                                                 4.49     1%      Florida                                                                                     17      53.8   1686       5.9              1533                                                           1;             1006
Jeff k eorge,   lllmots                                                                                       316        2417            695              19     546      132 1   Boston COI..                                                                                17      504    1707       74
                                                                                                                                                                                  Eastern Mrch.                                                                               27      50.8   7’
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                                                                                                                                                                                  p;”                                                                                         14      504    1739       63               E-a.1
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                                                                                                                                                                  22     12 91    Mramt (Ohm)                                                                                 12      523    1764       67                                                                              1:             1085
                                                                                                                                                                                  New Mexico St                                                                               15      545    1761       67               1%
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                                                                                                                                                     E            1:      %       Nebraska                                                                                    17      449    1791       60               1626
                                                                                                                                                                                  UCLA.                                                                                       13      552    1795       57               1632
                                                                                                                                                                          ;;      Houston                                                                                                                                1664                                                           II             1122
                                                                                                                                                                                  North Caro SI                                                                               2       ::7    1E         5o
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        69               167 0

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             TURNOVER MARQIN
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                TURNOVERS GAINED                      TURNOVERS LOST                                                                                   TD’ YDSPG
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 FUM     INT  TOTAL                  FUM     INT TOTAL              MPG!%!:                                                             70 62491
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                                                                                                                                                                                                           NET PUNTING                                                             SCORING       DEFENSE                                                                                  %           %Z
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                                      ........                                                                                                                                                                                                            Mramr (Fla )                                                     9.3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          4’          447.62
                                      .......                                                                                                                                     Colorado..
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Auburn                                                          106
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          53          44764
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          11 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          11 8                                                            47          44727
                                                                                                                                                                                  r?d:?                                                                   Clemson                                                         11 9
                                                                                                                                                                                  Iowa St                                                                 Mrchrgan St                                                     13.6                                                            ii?         2x
                                                 ALL-PURPOSE                 RUNNERS                                                                                              Ba Ior..                                                                Colorado                                                                                                                        42          433D9
                                                                         CL    G   RUSH                            REC        PR                KDR              VDS    YDSPG     Ca Yrfornra                                                             Houston                                                         12                                                              39          427.9’
Mike Prm le. Cal St Fullerton                                                       1727                           249         0                 714            2693    24455     Arrzona                                                                 Texas ABM                                                       14 6
Sheldon E anlev. San Jose St                                              ::  11    12Dl                           353         O                                2513    22845     Texas Tech                                                              llllrlols                                      11   161         146                                                             :1          :Ez
Chuck Weathefspoon. Houston                                               Jr 11     1146                           735       415                5:              2391    21736     Clemson                                                                                                                                                                                                 38          41273
Anthony Thompson, lndrana                                                 Sr 11     1793                           201         i                E               2388    21709                                                                                                                RETURNS                                 ‘
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Terance Mathls New Mexrco                                                                                                                                       ;lg      ;70;;                                                                                                                 G NO VDS             TO AVG
Emmdt Smith, FlorIda                                                      2             1:              36
                                                                                                      1593          207
                                                                                                                   1315                                                                                                                                                                       11  21 548             0 261
Steve Broussard. Washmgron St                                                                                                            p      yj              1790    6273
                                                                                                                                                                        ‘         Ohlo.                                                                                                       11  30 756                                                 TOTALDEFENSE
Andrew Greer, Ohio                                                        s:            11            ‘
                                                                                                      iii           E!                                          1728    15709     Colorado                                                                                                    11  32 802             x ;z:                                     G PLAYS YDS AVG         TD’ YDSPG
Blalse Bryant. Iowa St                                                    Jr            11            1516          202                                           8
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                                                                                                                                                                        ‘ 8       Ball St                                                                                                     11  47 I.108                           Mramr (Fla.)            11     709 2381 34          B  2165
Emmanuel Hazard. Houston                                                  Jr            11                ‘
                                                                                                          I        1689                  i            i                           Fresnn St                                                                                                   11  33 777             ;    3          Southern Cal            11    6352627   41         14  238388
James Gra Texas Tech                                                                                                                                                              Flortda St                                                                                                  11  26 611             1    235        Florrda            ..ll       6832661   39
Courtney x awkrns, Mrchigan St..                             ,::         $              !j            T
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                                                                                                                                                                        14991     Akron                                                                                                       11  34 794             1    234        Vlrglnra Tech           11     705 2671 36           1:           2:
Jerry Mays. Georgra Tech                                                                                                          i             II!             1624
                                                                                                                                                                1555    147.64
                                                                                                                                                                        14136     Notre Dame         :                                                                                        12  46 1.074           2    233        Clemson        . ...11        6902947   43           14           2679
Dan Bdson. Tulsa..                                                        J:            11            2
                                                                                                      ‘            1:::                                                                                                                                                                                                              Auburn                        68629%    43           11           2667
                                                                          Jr            11            1079          371                                                                                                                                                                                                              Eastern Mrch            11     740 3014 4 1          20           2740

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   727 3015 4 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   749 3077 4 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    721 3136 43
                                                                          Jr            II             58’                        0             84;             1513    13755
                                                                          Jr            10                                        0             234             1373    13730                                                                                                                                                        Mrchrgan St             11    750 3137 42            19           285.2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Player                                                                           Alabama                        149 31W  42
                                                                         5:             1x                                           I!               i         1i2     1%        Rurhlng and pasing                                  Player, Team (opponsnl   dale)                                                     Total       Texas A&M            .!;      796 3230 4 1           :;           %,.i
                                                                         so             12                                                                                        Rushmg and passmg plays                             Shane Mont ornery. North Care. St (Duke, Nov 11)                                               Norre Dame              l?    828355u   43
                                                                                                                             “8                 %               1%      1i.z      Rushmg and passmg yards                            .Jeremy LeacB New Mexrco                                                                        MISSISSIPPI St          11    767 3259 41            ;:           ?a
                                                                          i             11            1246          162              0           62             1492    13564     Rushm plays                                         Anlhony Thompson. lndrana                                                                      Mlchrgan                      746 3274 44            19           2976
                                                                                                                                                                                  Nrl rus Bung yards                                  Anthon                                                                             ,377’       Loursvllle       : ‘  11
                                                                                                                                                                                  Passes attem ted                                                                                                                         73u       Colorado                      :izE      :i           :i          E
                                                     TOTAL OFFENSE                                                                                                                Parses camp P  elrd                                                                                                                                Oklahoma       --11                                  21          3034
                                                 RUSHING            PASSING                                                                                                                                                           Andre Ware. Houslon (Texas ChrIstIan, Nov                                             i$       Fresno St            .ll      :z i.%    4”:          23          3036
                                                  GAIN LOSS NET ATE YDS                                                                                                           Passmg yards                                       .Jeremy Leach, New Mexrco (Ulah. Nov 11)                                              622       ‘Touchdowns scored by rushlog-passing
Andre Ware Housron                                 177   215 -36 570 4699                                                                                                         Receiving and returns
ly Deimer, BrIgham Young..     :                   235   362 ~127 412 45XI                                                                                                        Passes cauyhl
Scott Mrtchell. Utah                               178   256 -70 444 3211                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      1:                        SCORING    OFFENSE
Brran Mdchell, Southwestern La                    1463   152 1311 312 1966                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 G       PTS
Dan McGwire. San DIego St                           49   277 228   440 3651                                                                                                       Recervmg yards..                                                                                                      ” ‘  2:;                     Houston
Jrrem Leach, New M&ICO                             152   362 ~210 511 3573                                                                                                        Punt return yards                                                                                                           152                    Nebraska                               11      E
Peter f om Wdbs, Florrda St                         28   146 -120 346 3’  24                                                                                                      Krckoff refurn yards                                                                                                      ,214                     Colorado
Ma or Harris, West Va                             1044   125 919 224 1939                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Brigham Young
Phr II BarnhIll. Wake Forest                       477   11’ 366 377 2454                                                                                                         ‘IDA record, OLd Record 357, Rucbcn Mayes. WashIngton                   Sr (Oregon, 1964). and Make Prlngle, Cal St Fullcrlon                      Hawar!
TroyP aylor, Calrfornra
    ‘                                              271   225   46 344 2738                                                                                                        pew Mexico St 1989)                                                                                                                                Fresno St..             :              11      :::
Mike Rome. Southern Methodrsr                      144   310 -166 503 2927                                                                                                          I A record, Old Record 71, Sandy Schwab, Northwestern                  fMrch1ydn. 1962)                                                          Arr Force
Donald Hollas. Rice                                5%    127 431 276 1815                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Mlaml (Fla )                           11     411
Paul Justm. Arrrona St                               6   137 131 314 2591                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Total       Florrda St                             11     Ei
Brll Mus rave Oregon _.                             73   146 -73 362 2761                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Oklahoma                               11     380
Rich Da&n. ~owlmo Green                            216   218    -2 341 2679                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         -7%              Notre Dame                             12     406
Scott Erne Rutgers-.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Arkansas
Billy Ray. !Iuke                                   ;z               8’
                                                                   136        139
                                                                              “5              274
                                                                                              374     2035
                                                                                                      2535                                                                                                                                                                                                           ‘
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ~““:i           Duke                                   11     E
Dan Speltz. Cal St Fullerton                       166             231        63              309     2671                                                                                                                                                                                                                       .   err;“;,; ton.Si..                      1’
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ,,     352
Tommy Hodson. LouIslana St                         117             168        -5’              7
                                                                                              3’      2655                                                                                                                                                                                                                   ::7
Shawn Moore. Vrrgmra                               658             133        5%              221     2078                                                                                                                                                                                                                    95     Colora 2 0 St                          11     350
Shane Mont ornery. No. Caro Sr                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       f$0&r~ll’                              11     344
Brett Favre. 4 outhern MISS                        lz!             1:         1::             %       z                                                                           #NCAA record: Old Record. 699. Mrssrss~ppr Val vs Kentuck St Sept I. 1964 (I-AA)                                                                                                          11     341
Deron Smith, Tulane                                401             256        143             423     26’
                                                                                                        3                                                                         XU NCAA record Old Record 910. Hanover vs Franklrn, Ott 16, lk    (If/                                                                             S.:a;lDiego St.
‘Touchdowns rasponstble for                                                                                                                                                       *I A record, Old Record. 76, Southern Methodrst vs Ohm St, Sept 28. 966 fcompleted 40)                                                                                                    1:     x
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          THE NCAA NEWS/December                                  4,lQQQ                     17

 Football                                                                                            Statistics
 Season               Final

 Division                                    II individual                                                                  leaders
                                                                                RUSHING                                                                                                                           FtELD GOALS                                                                                                              tNTERCEPTtONS
                                                                                                                             G        CAR                                                                                                                            PCT          FGPG                                                                                             NO           YDS
Kevrn Mrtchell. Sagrnaw Valley            ...........                                                                        a         236                                       Cory Solber    North Oak                           cL 11
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Jr G   ‘“::   7:                70.4          1 73          Jacque DcMatten, Clarron
Johnny Barley. Texas A&I                                                                                                                                                         Bob Gilbreat x Eastern N. Mex                      Sr 10      23 14                                             Harry Fuller, N C Central                                                           5          1::
Harry Jackson, St Cloud St ................                                                          ”                      1,;         g                                                                                           Jr10       16 14             k!;                   1%        Shaun Manego Northern Mrch                                                                     112
Sieve Roberts Butler ...........................                                                                                                                                                                                    Fr 10       16 13                                                             asl
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Lmus Bolden. E’ Stroudsburg
Elberl Cole, Edmboro                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 72 2              13        Marvm Puce, Fa etteville St                                                                      gl
Shawn Graves, Wofford              ............                            ..............                                   1:          s::                                                                                         Fr
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Sr 10        1;        1:                                    Marlo Black. For Y Vallev St
Scott Hlghley. Mrllersv~llr                                                            ........                             10          172                                                                                         Jr11         m         14    :io”                %           Galvrn Leg ett. Amerr&        l
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Inr’                                                                  sa
Chrrs Srmdorn. North Oak St ..............                                                                                   8          178                                      Mtke Berry. North Ala                              Jr 11        27        14    51 9                1.27        Stacy San 1 ers. Hampton..                                          Sr     10
Albert Fann. Cal St Northndge                                         .............                                                                                              John Bonaccr. Neb Omaha.                           Jr 9         17        11    647                 127         Erran Grrtlm Bemrdtr St                                             Jr      9       ;          13’
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 47                  :
Lester Baker. Southwest Ba                                                                                                  11,         E

                                                                ................                                            17          :2
Eurnell Harvin, Portland St. ...................                                                                             9          183                                                          PUNT RETURNS                                               KICKOFF RET                                                                                  PUNTING
Oarrrn Oawson. Prttsburg St                            ......          .............                                                                                                                                          YOS AVG             (Mm 17 oer oamcl                                                                       Mm 3 6 per ame)
Kelvm Mmefee, Southern Utah St .........                                                                                    1:          E                                                                                     284 178             b Marlhoi.E&i  S&udsburg                                                              f rm RaeI, Co B
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      orado Mmes
Curtrs Bell. Fort Valley St                                                  ........                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Jr24                          Wallv Hew. Mrssrssroor Col
Trm Oudley, Hampton ..............                                                                                          1:         1;;                                                                                    Et     12                                                                   Sr 15
Jrmmy Allen, St Joseph’ Ind )
                         s                                    ........           ........                                   10        224           1                                                                         419    144                                                                  Jr 12
Andre Tucker. Eastern N. hi ex .............                                                                                IO         170                                                                                    169    141
                                                                     .......           .....                                11         174                                       Vance Lechman. Norrhern Cola         Sr 13   la3    14.1                                                                 ? ::                                                                             X           ii       4Pi
                            ......................                                                                           9        179                                        Desr Washm ton. Mrllerswlle          Sr 21   282    134         Darrell Malone. Jackronvrlle St                          J: 14                                                                            so          68       417
                                                                                      .....                                 10        22%                                        Johnre Horn i on Easl Tex St         Sr 19   251    132         Bernard Hrtson, Morns Brown                                                                                                               Jr          60       414
Thad Tumbleson. South Dak. ................                                                                                  9        224                                        Steve Roberts I)utler                                           Jay Forlnrr, West Tex St                                 2 ;:                         Trm Jell Oelta St                                   s:          if       404
Jeremy Wrlson. Northwest Ma St                                             ...        ......                                10        1%                                         D Hrnes, Cal it Sacramento                   zi  12             Mark Owens, Fort Valley SI                               so 12                        Doug 0 4, erll. Cal Poly SLO
Phrllrp Brooks, Washburn ..........                                                                                         IO        la3                                        Dedrrc South Savannah St         :           342 122            Troy Nelson. North Ala                                                                Steve Barlev. Jacksonvrlle St                       Jr          54       21
Revrm Oavrs, Delta St                          .............                                                                1:          B8                                       Steven Lee. Angelo St                        169 12 1           Derrrck Puce, West Chester                                                            Cory Solbei      Norrh Oak
lsarah Lipsey. Grand Valley St                                                                                                                                                   Wmston Horshaw, Shtppensburg                                    Chrrs Conwa     Edmhoro                                                               Kevrn Shorn %er, Rutler
Kenny Oavrs, Prttmburg St                              ................                                                     11        ::                                         Ton Satler. Norlh Dak St                     %      2           Pal McCray. h o Western St                                                            Steve Bolrlken. Lrncoln IMo )
Troyce Grll MO Western St ......               :                                                                                                                                 C &nber       Cal St. Norihrrd e ”           229    115         Fred McAlee. Mrssrssr pr Cal..                                                        Julrus Flynn, Che ney
Broderrck i%aves. Wmston-Salem ..................                                                                           1x        1;                                         N Edmon 8,son, Jacksonvrlle b t                                 Scott Walker, Lenror- if hyne                                                         Mrke Crarg, Cal S Y Hayward
                                                                                                                                                                                 Wrllre Latta, Wrnston-Salem          So 31   E      11:         Errc lynch. Grand Valley St                                                           Bob Grlbreath. Eastern N Mex
                                                                               SCORING                                                                                           Marro Smalls, Eastern N Mex          So 25   281    112                                                                                               Chrrs Hrllrker. Lrvrr~qrron

Jrmmy Allen, St. Joseph’ llnd J
Steve Robera. Buller

                                                                                                                                                                                  Division                       II team leaders
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          RUSHING         OFFENSE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    IN1     YDS           YDSPG                                              G CAR              Y[IS
                                                                                                                                                                                 Cal St Chrco                                                                                                                                          Wotford                             Ii   73a             4111        y%
                                                                                                                                                                                 Portland SI.                                                                                                        17     3.21
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            3107           E           Prtlsburg Sl                              743            3lm         3503
                                                                                                                                                                                 West Tex St                                                                                                         2;     $96;           g;          Norlhwest MO SI                      1;  M6              3643        3494
                                                                                                                                                                                 ;.;;;,h    St                                                                                                                                         Texas A&l                           10    582            3327
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     10     2627           2627                                                                    15       z::
                                                                                                                                                                                 Cal St Sacramenlo                                                                                                   IO     2350           261 1
                                                                                                                                                                                 Ed61 Tex St                                                                                                                                           i%?r?~al~~~~                          3 ;;;; 5%                      z4
                                                                                                                                                                                 Alabama ABM                                                                                                         ?I     $2             E           MO Western St                        11 619 2964
                                                                                                                                                                                 SI Josepi?s (Ind )                                                                                                                                    Jacksonvrlla 51                      10     562          2646        SE
                                                                                                                                                                                 Abrlene ChrIsIran                                                                                                   19
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     25     2505
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            2440           z2          Fdmboro                              10     480          2570        257 0
                                                                                                                                                                                 Cdl Poly-SLD                                                                                                        16     2411           241 1       SI Cloud SI                          to     508          2449        2449
                                                                                                                                                                                 Augustana (S D )                                                                                                     9     2&l?           240 2       M~llersvrlle                         IO     499          2422        242 2
                                                                                                                                                                                 Humboldt St                                                                                                         15     2373           237 3       Cal Sr Hayward                        9     501          2052
                                                                                                                                                                                 Angelo St                  :                                                                                                                          lndrana (Pa )                        IO     472          2236        %
                                                                                                                                                                                 ;~h’       MO St                                                                                                    16
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     12     2573
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            2581           %           Mann .Duluth                         10     546          2182
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     13     2294           7294        Bemrd I St                            9     464          1937        %
                                                                                                                                                                                 Ferrrs St                                                                                                           13     2502           227 5       West 6 a                             11     551          2367
                                                                PASSING                    EFFICIENCY                                                                            Eastern N Mex                                                                                                       13     2257           22s 7       Angelo 51                                                            2s
                                                                                                                                                                      RATING     Calrf. (Pa )                                                                                                        18     2241           224 1       Amerrcan Int’ l                      1:     ii:          %           2119
                                                                                                                                                        YDS     TD    POINTS     Lenorr-Rhyne                                                                                                        19     2449           222 6       Wrnston~Salem                        10     451          2109        210 9
                                                                                                                                                                                 lwo”wn                                                                                                              :i     %              716 4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           2126        Sprrngfreld                          IO     559          2105        210 5
                                                                                                                                              ri        ::2     E       E                                                                                                                                                              Vqnra St                             10     4%           2024        202 4
Hal Galupl. Edmhoro                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         2108           210 a
Anthony Alruccr. lndrdna (ia)                                                     so         10          705         115          %l                    1848    ta               New Haven                                                                                                           12                                Central Corm St                      10     509          2W3         2003
Mrckey R~w=,eIl, An elo St                                                        Sr         II          245         139          567          !        2216    17     E         Norrhern Mrch                                                                                                       10     2107           2107        Mankato St                           11     557          2156        1960
D.rrrerr DeI’ Andrae $ ortland St                                                 Jr         11          344         203          590         I5        3016    16     139 1     lndrana Pa.)                                                                                                        10     2081           2rxl        Delta SI                             10     439          1959        195 9
Jell Bridewell. UC baws                                                           Jr         10          313         196          632                   2438    14     1382      Central i la                                                                                                                              2M3          Hampton                             IO     494          1957        1957
                                                                                  so         11          349         191          547         I!        2736    26     1381               s
                                                                                                                                                                                 Sl Mdry’ (Cal                                                                                                       ‘2     %i             201 4        Nonh Ala                            11     5Y           2130        1936
Tracy Kendall, Alabama ABM
Joel Nelson, Au ustana (SD.                                                       Sr         11          311         178          57 2         9        2495    ta     1379      Southern Utah i t                                                                                                   13      1991          1991         Cal Luther&l                          9    402          1742        1936
                                                                                                                                  564         16        2233    15     137 3     Edrnboro                                                                                                            11     1979           197 9       Southern Utah S                      :;     444
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   481          1895
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                1902        1902
Tommy Lauren B me. Lentor-R I, yne                                                $          )A          z           152                                                         Mansheld                                                                                                                   :1:            19651
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           197                                                                              1895
Stat Jamesnn, St Cloud St                                                                                                                       7                      13s 5                                                                                                                         :
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ‘                                 Norfolk 51
                                                                                      Jr         a       171           iz         E                     1%       ’     132 7     Grand Valley St                                                                                                                                       We51 Chester                         IO     451          1891        1894
Ron L rolbassa, Butler
Drew Wvanr. Cal SI Sacramer;lo                                                                                                                 2        2280    16’    132 0                                                                DEFENSE                                                                                                       RUSHING         DEFENSE
Ed Rrotin, West Chester                                                            Jr
                                                                                  Sr 10g                 291
                                                                                                         242         ,!a
                                                                                                                     121          %                     1707    22     131 7                                                                    c:                                                  INT     YDS           YDSPG                                              G CAR               YI         YDSPG
Dou Arnold. Fsrrls St                                                              Fr 10                 219         ;;5          52 5         :        1732    13     1302      MO Southern St                                                                 cl          T                                               93 0        IeKas A&l                           10  325              M
Kcrt c1Jarrclt Cal Polv SLO                                                       Sl   9                 221                      543         IO        1857           1291      Amerrcan 111’  1                                                                1%                  /2              1:     E                          Fdyettevrlls St                      IO  386              ff             g;
Wall Henry, M~ss~ssippl Col ........                                              Sr 10                              131                                1650    1;     127 6     Vlrglrlla St                                                                                                        10    to13            1::         Wrnston~Salern                       IO  371              6i
Rob f omlrnson, Cal St Chrco                                                      so 10                              254                      1;                                 Cheyney                                                                        210
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                724               i:                 ID    1120            101 8       ,>,a”“,,,” AY””
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       AI-L-...- ,.n,v                      t.  30.              n.
Rod Brown, Texas A&I .....................                                        SC 10                                                                 %       1:      1272
                                                                                                                                                                        1265     Mankato St                                                                     247              113                 15    1207            109 I       N t Central                          ii  ?ii              2:           %
Kenn Jones. Wmston-Salem                                                                                               2                      17        1567    14      1264     Northeast MO SI                                                                                                      6    1223            111 2       Mrnn ~Duluth                                                           91 0
Jrm &trce. Southeast MO St.             ...............                            SF        1:                                               12        2128    12      1210     South Ddk                                                                      %                    E               11    1225            1114        Butler                               1:      zz          lti          lW4
Mrkc CIIICI. Clarron                                                               Jr        10                      iii                                2062    15      1205     Jacksonvrlle Sr                                                                                                     21    1115            111 5       Grand Valley St                      11      386         1124
Larry Baker. Fort Valley St                                                        Jr        10                                                i                                 Central Fla                                                                    E                2                    9    112s            1175        Morrrs Brown                         10      422         1028         1%
Stan Sleohcrx Abrlrne Chrrstran                                                    Sr        10                      1:                                 1460
                                                                                                                                                        1951    11
                                                                                                                                                                17      1%       NC Central.                                                                    222                  73              16    114.9           1148        ccnlrdl Conr1 St                     IO      358         1032         1032
Jav Mctircas hew Haven                                                             Jr        IO          297         161          542         1:        2025    14      1189     Lrncoln IMn )                                                                  241                                                        117 1       A                                                                     1043
                                                                                                                                              ta        2215    15      1186     M&sour;-Roll4                                                                                    z                   :    1::             1172        A>,,,u,,u                            ;;;     j;;;        ;g           1052
                                                                                                                                                        1.560   ‘5      1186     Prttrburg St                                                                   ;$               ;c-$                                      1178        Easrern N Mex                                                         1068
                                                                                                                                              1:        1521            117.6    Mrssrssrp I Col                                                                                                     $Y    1%              1180        Lrvmgstonr                            9      132          973         1081
                                                                                                                                               7        1085    12      1160     Winston. s alem                                                                261                                  16    11%             1186        Edrnborr,                            10      401         1099
                                                                                                                                                                                 Norfolk St                                                                                       ii                 13    12w                                                                                     16        E
                                                                             RECEtVtNG                                                                                           Morrrs Brown                                                                   E!                                   13    1228            1%                                                                                114 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Ktr2;;;y                             iI?     Gi          iii:
                                                                                                                                                                                 Washburn                                                                       191              1:                   6    1246                                                                                              1142
                                                                                                                                                                                 Iudrdnd (Pa                                                                    281              113                 18    1252            E           SI Cloud St                          IO      410         1146         1146
                                                                                                                                                                                 Southeast 3 o Sr                                                                                                    16    1385                        Prttshul St                                                           1153
Shannon Sharpe. Savannah St                                                                                                                                                      Northwest MO St                                                                $2:              !I$’                20    1419            1%          Arigclu 8 I                          11      :1:         1%           1164
Todd Honell. lndranapolrs                                                                                                                                                        Alabama A&M                                                                                                         17    1431            130 1       M~ssissrppi Cal                      IO      412         1175         1175
Bob Gordon, Neb -Omaha            :, 1,.                                                                                                                                         Sourh Oak 51                                                                   %                “O
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 130                 14    1444            131 3       VII inra St                          10      412         1189         1189
Ferron Haley. Southeast Ma Sl                                                                                                                                                    Nebraska-Omaha                                                                 219              110                                       131 8       Jx R wr~v~llc SI                     IO      380         1223
Scott Asman. West Chester..                                                                                                                                                      West Ga                                                                        192              106                  z    1::             1342        Sonoma St                            10      413         1229         1%
Andre Johnson, Ferris St                                                                                                                                                         North Ala                                                                      269              121                                                   Humboldl 51                          10      440         1238         1238
Mrchacl Wrllams Cal St Chrco.                                                                                                                                                    Lennrr-Rhyne                                                                   243              119                 12 1%                 13”::       Edrl Stroud:>burq                    In      407         1272         1272
Gary Compton. cast Tex St
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             TOTAL OFFENSE
Dave Cullen Kutrlown
Duane Macdonald, Manslreld                                    :: ::
                                                                                                                                                                                 Grand Valley St
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            “E’ “6;2spDXP
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             1168   1 00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       G PLS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      11   771
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         YCS YDSPG
Wade Ho kms. Southwest Ba tral                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Grand Valley St
Charles t!hrrstran West Tex 8                                                                                                                                                    Edrnbaro                                                                                                                                              Texa; A&I                      IO   760          4715  t!?!
Ron Urbansky. Cl’  arton                                                                                                                                                         Prttshurg St                                               11
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            111 58              36          1:              i                                          Cal St Chrco                   10   776          4%2   4562
Benny Pardue. Norrheast Mn St                                                                                                                                                    Savdrrrrah St                                               9 46                                                                                      Edrrrburo                      10   710          4549  4549
                                                                                                                                                                                 lndrana Pa )                                               10 51               g            fl             1                                          A^..?,^ Cl                     44
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      II   707
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           13,          “017
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        -a,   4486
Steve Roberts, Butler..
Nathanrel Bolton. Mrss~ss~pp~ Col                                                                                                                                                Angelo 1 I                                                                                                                                            Portland SI                    11   795          4901  4461
Duane Dupont, Calif. (Pa.)                                                                                                                                                       Texas A&l                                                  10 51
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            11 49               i;;          !              ii                                         Sagmaw Valley                   9   634          3985  4426
Paul Lonergan. Bloomsburg                                                                                                                                                        Alabama A&M                                                1151                34           a              w                                          Savannah St                     9   578          3975  4417
Ron Weaver, Cal St Sacramento                                                                                                                                                    Wrnrton-Salem                                                                                                                                         lndtana IPa,                   10   713          4317  431 7
Christopher Smrth. Soulhero Coon St                                                                                                                                              West Chester..                                             1:        2         39           3              i                                          Prttsburg St                                           4304
Brran Sexton, St Mary’ (Cal)
                         s                                                                                                                                                                   s
                                                                                                                                                                                 Sl Joseph’ (Ind ,                                                                                                                                     SI Jusel)h’ lnd)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  s                         1:     F?oF ::zi  425 2
Josh Wemslock. IJC Davrs..                                                                                                                                                       Jacksonvrlle St.                                           10        48        l2”         :               !?                                         Q!rggstana f.r, D )                  it     770 4674
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   ^--   .__^ 424 9
                                                                                                                                                                                 Auqusland (S D j                                           10        41        ::          Y
Chrrs Holder Tuske ee                                                                                                                                                            Humboldt St                                                11        47                                    ii                                                                                                              ix
Russell Cambrrdge. 5 orrrs drown                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       *,“,,a,,,” ,tmw
                                                                                                                                                                                 Cal 51 ClllCO                                              10        39        ii           1                                                         Norlhwesl MO St                                                      407 0
Joachrm Wernberg. Johnson Smith                                                                                                                                                                                                             11
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            10        46
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      41        40                          E
Jim Mrron. Sagmaw Valley                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Uc Davrs
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Cdl SI Sacramento                                                    E
Ernest Prrester. Edmboro.                                                                                                                                                                                                                   11 44
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            10 39               E            1
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Bob Mrtchell, Grand Valley St                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Eutler
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            1036                33           1              00                                         Leriorr~Rhvne                                                        %
Mvron Turner. Anqelo SI                                                                                        Jr                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           3932
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            111g                ::           :              it                                         Cldrlorl                                                             391 0
                                                                          TOTAL OFFENSE                                                                                          Mlllersvrlle.                                                                                                                                         Cal Poly~SlO
                                                                                                                                                                      YDSPG      lndranapolrs                                                9 32
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            10 37               26           6              r3                                         Suuthern Utah 51                                                     %
Rob Tomlrnson, Cal St. Chrco                                                                                   fi                                                                Southern Utah St                                           10 34               E            1                                                         Southeast MO St
Tracy Kendall, Alabamd ABM                                                                                                                                             g;        SI Cloud St                                                1035                x3           0              ii                                         St Cloud Sl                                                          ?a;
Rrchard Basal, Savannah St.
Darren Del’Andrae. Portland St                                                                                  ::

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       7         i          A                                                          FayettewIle SI                  IO          628          X91
                                                                                                                z.:                                                                                                                         10        11         :          1                                                   ;!a    Texas A&I                       10          629          2118  %
                                                                                                                                                                       %         1;1E34      fo!                                            10        13                                                          1%                   Alabama A&M                     11          695          2347  213 4
                                                                                                               2                                                       219   0                                                              11        15        12          ii                                    122           11 1   Vlrglnla St                     10          622          2702
                                                                                                                Jr                                                     216   9   K%?       st.                                                                                                                    111           11 1   Amencan Int’   l                IO          625          2220  %
Jrm Eurtrce. Southeast MO SI’                                                                                  Sr                                                      207   6   Ed61 Slroudsburq                                           IO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            10        16
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      14        1:          :                                     122           122    Morrrs Brown                    10          651          2256
Dan Buesmg, West Tex SI                                                                                        so                                                      207   I   Vrrgrnra St                                                10        17        I?          P                                     132           13 2   Prttshurg St                    11          671          2564  z:
Mrcke Russell. Angelo St                                                                                                                                                         Wrnslon-Salem                                              10        19                     I                                    1$            13 3   Jacksonvrlle Sl                                                2338
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Jason Hawes, Southern Corm SI                                                                                                                                                    Grand Valley S I                                           IO        19        1:          :                                                          Mrnn -Duluth                         10      629         2373         :i::
Todd Kovash. North Dak                                                                                          ;:                                                     :%        St Cloud St                                                11        19        1Y                                                12            13.2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                136    lrrdrand (Pa )                       10      640         2402         2402
Jay McLucas. New Haven                                                                                          Jr                                                               North Ala                                                  IO        15                    :,                                                         Ashland                              IO      725         2428         242 8
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Rrck Car er, Southern Utah St                                                                                   ::                                                     1885      Alabama A&M                                                I1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            10        19
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Bobby Bounds. Easl Tex St                                                                                                                                              1884      Norfolk St                                                                                                                                            Norto L :I                           10      770 2544
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Chris Srmdorn. North Dak St                                                                                     ::                                                     1843      Nebraska-Omaha                                             11        20                    n                                                          Grand Valley St                      11      743 2925                 %I
Jeff Frost, Northeast MO. St                                                                                    Jr                                                               Central Fla                                                10        20        1!                                                1:            168
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                165    Nebraska.Omaha          . . . ..ll           6882982                  271 1
Jeff Mitchell lndranapolrs                                                                                                                                              1R       New Haven                                                                                  1                                     171           17.1   ;ean;;o;la                           10      653 2763                 276 3
Hal Galupr. cdrnboro                                                                                            i                                                       1770     Savannah St          ”                                     i
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Kenny Jones Wmston-Salem                                                                                        Sr                                                      1749     MankatoSt                .._                                                                                                     18            17.4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                172    Man e ato St                         1:      %E                       %
Make Scott, (astern N Mex                                                                                       SI                                                      1740     UC Davrs                                                   1:        E         1!          $                                     174           174    MO Southern SI                       10      651 2797                 279 7
 18          THE NCAA NEWS/December                    4,19I39

Footbd                                                       Statistics
 Season        Final

 Division                      III individual                                         leaders
                                                                                                                                                             FIELD GOALS                                                                                                                INTERCEPTIONS
                                                                                                       TO           YOSPG                                                           LL r”                                PC1      FGPG                                                                               CL        G        NO          YOS          IPG
Rocky Gales, Sampson                                                                                                                                                                                                     770       ‘56                Ron Davtes. Coast Guard..                                      “5:       9        11                        12
Mtke Etrosak Olcklnso”                                                                                 4             :%2                                                            “;;              22        14        636       156                ha” Fetterolf Aurora                                                     9         to         2:            11
Dan Walsh, dontclalr St                                                                                              1523                                                                                                                                                                                                     1;        1;
Gary Trettel, St Thomas (Mm” ).
Scot1 Barley, Buena Vista
                                                                                                       1;            1502
                                                                                                                              Pat Belson. Carroll (Wrs )
                                                                                                                                                                                    7 1:             :7 1:               765
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         70.0          140
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Bobthren. SI Olal..
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Kevin Conway, St John’ (N Y)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Corey Harper, Musklngum

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Jr       10        10
Greg Harris. Wa ner                                                                                    130           1%       Ron Frlssora, St Lawrence                             2 1:             21
                                                                                                                                                                                                     l7        12
                                                                                                                                                                                                               lo        z:            E              Kevin Nathan, Olcklnson                                        Sr       10
Krrk Marrhleu. h! arnc M&t,mc                                                                          10            1380                                                           Jr a                                                              Melvin OIllard Ferrum.                                         Jr       10             ;      II:           z
Curl landreth, Redlands                                                                                12            1350                                                           Sr 9             14’ l!              ::,i            11
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       1 13                          ,tle”berQ
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Jeff Mullen, \h’                                               Sr        7                      39
Tim McOanrel. Centrr                                                                                                 1333                                                                            17 11               %             1 10           Rack Brale,. Lycominy                                          Jr       10             i                    .i
Make Garn. Mount Union                                                                                 1:            1290                                                           s: 1:                                                             Todd Twete Concordra-M’   head  :                                                              E
Rd Ro e,s Alfred                                                                                       13            1286                                                                            14        11                      1 loo          John Cost&.     Cur                                             Jr
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               9             ;       79
EdrEar & er.‘Alblon                                                                                                  182      Jamle Rice. Hamltne                                   zi 1:            1:        11        z2            1 10           Stacey Htghlower. Washmglon (MO )                              So         9            7       93           i
ErrcFrees Western Md’                                                                                  lo”                    StcveBoucher   Alleghen                                Jr 10           17        10        sss              ‘-          Make Hyde, Wllllams                                             Jr        a
01tver Br,dges sumy Brook                                                                              14            E        Galon Leone. &aslboro s t                              Fr 9            12         9        75.0          1.:            Jay Olson, Colby                                               ;;         ;
Mark Rlecha. tantsus..                                                                                               1198                                                                                                                             Omar Rrown, Amherst
Dave Shanaha”. LlU-C W Post                                                                                z
Ryan Mason. Unton IN Y)                                                                                              2:
                                                                                                       1;                                        PUNT RETURNS                                                          KICKOFF RETI URNS                                                                        PUNTING
Jamesle Cua Marretta                                                                                                 115.5
Chris Lentl. Cornell Collr r
Stevte Holland. Wheaton 9Ill )                                                                         Ii
                                                                                                                              Mm 1 2 per game)
                                                                                                                             I hrts Warren. Ferrum
                                                                                                                             Todd Steele, Monmouth (III.)
                                                                                                                                                                   CL NO
                                                                                                                                                                   Sr 18
                                                                                                                                                                    Fr 19
                                                                                                                                                                                         17 8
                                                                                                                                                                                                     BMm 12 pa, game)
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                                                                                                                                                                                                     Darnell Marshall, Carroll (WIS )
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       CL NO YDS AVG
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ;; 1; g    g;
Gary LIttIe, Occidental                                                                                              1116
Todd Jackson Sari Oqo                                                                                                        Jim Parker, Westfteld St              So 1’ 2   206         ‘72         Sean Healy. Cor                   So 11 372 338
                                                                                                           ti        Ill 4
                                                                                                                             Sean Healv. Coe                       So 19     306         16 1        Greg Frrnell. San Diego           so 10 324 324
Jrm Romagna. Loras                                                                                                   ‘10.7                                                                           Joe Kubrk, North Central
Ken Wrlson, Lebanon Valley                                                                             1:                                ng.
                                                                                                                             Travlr You’ Simpson                    Jr 24    344         14 3                                          sr ia 549 305
Steve Ware. Trenton St                                                                                                       Tom Hetnlem Concordra (Ill )          Sr 15     205         137         Ed Huonder. Rose~Hulma,,           Jr 19 572 301                               Erlck Wahlyre”, Elmhurst
                                                                                                       11            1E
                                                                                                                             Greg Frinell. San Diego               so 12      156        130         Chuck Gelss, Baldwln~Wallace       F, 16 443 27 7                                                   s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    A TtIcarm St Johrr’ IN Y)
Ron Grlffln. Aurora                                                                                                                                                                                  Chris Bordello”, III Wesleyan.
Jason Cnnperrder. Oen~so”       ,I,,                                                                   1:            1%      John Walsh Hofslra                    Sr 19     239         126                                            F, 12 330 275                               Bill Schmtdt, Saltsbury St
Erlan Cooley. Colby                                                                                                          Oufl Brrsch~ack, Kenynn                Jr 23    289         126         Btll Barker. Alblo,,              sr 11 295 268                                Oarnell Woods, Gallaudet
Mark Barmeau, Sewanee                                                                                                        Tom Bradlev. Lowell                    Fr 18    Z!l         123         Shane Stadler. Belolt             so 19 505 26.6                               Gary Klarrc. Threl
                                                                                                        ;            1087    Tony Morton Wlr -Superior                                               Rob Hulverson Alma.
Krvm S~rns. Ohm Wesleyan                                                                               IO            1079                                           Fr 11     135        123                                            Jr21  558 266                               Steve Frederick Rensselaer
Travis Tallon. WIS ~Wlrltewate,                                                                                              Dennis Tar,. Irammgham S!              Jr 23    282         123         Jeff Schorlhaar. Hope             Sr 9 239 26.6                                Eric Jdh”, WIS -Lacrosse
                                                                                                                     1072                                                                            Oouy Rrav~s. Emory 8 Henry
                                                                                                                             Roh Monnett, Oayton                   Sr 22     269         122                                           Sr 12 317 264                                Andv Resta. Oumcv
Scntt Crowder, Illmots Cal                                                                               !                   Larry Plttb. Wash & Jeff              So 31     376         12 1        Kirk Matthleu. Maine Marmmc        rr 16 419 262
Ma”“y Tsdnteb. St John’ IN Y I
                          s                                                                            II            %                                                                                                                                                              Jrm bill W/s ?,u irlot
                                                                                                                             Bryan R der, Curry                    So 20     240         120         Crdtq Wrllramso”, Flmhurst         Fr 21 543 259                               Todd Srmth. Rho B eb
                                            SCORING                                                                                    I
                                                                                                                             Chrlc HI Y W,ttr,,be,q                So23      264         115                                                                                        John Proctor. Sewa”ee
Rick Gale:. S~rn so,,                                                                                   166
Pre” Yes WItson, I P Renedrctlne.
Karl Kolll. Cdlhol~c
Ryan Kol I”. Coe
                                                                                                                             Division                      III team leaders
Oenls MC!I rrnott. St John’ (N Y)
Dan Walsh, Moritclatr St                                                                                                                                                     PASSING            OFFENSE                                                                                                     RUSHING           OFFENSE
                                                                                                        ‘E                                                                                                                                               INT       YDS    YDSPG
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               XT                                                                               G CAR                    YDS
Mike Blrosak, Dtchnson                                                                                  114                  WIS -Stevens Pn1nt                                                                     F4          %I             549        11       3804    3804
Kevin Holacrr. Dayto”                                                                                   114                                                                                                                                                                         WIS River Falls                            10   7w
                                                                                                                             WIS ~Oshkosh                                                                           403          232                                                Ferrum                                     10   509                  %
Chrrs Warren, Fetrum                                                                                    114                  C0e                                                                                                               j7 6
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               16         25
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          18       3253
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   2806    i:::     Sll”psoll
Jim Romapna. Lo,&                                                                                       104                  WIS stout                                                                               i
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Curt Ldndrcth. Redlands                                                                                                                                                                                                                        E          12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          16       3w7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   3D70    3037
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           3070     Tufts                                       i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ‘            EY          %Y
                                                                                                                             UC Santa Barh                                                                          4D4          239                                                Mllllkl”                                        9        535
Mann Tsantes. St Johns (N Y)                                                                            1:;                  La Ver”e                                                                                                          i2 0       15       2690     2939    Augustana (Ill J                                                     E
Jerry ‘ Ilerman, Durncy                                                                                 102                  Wabash.........                                                                            __.
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Evan Elkmgton. Worcerte, Tech                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ;“,yr;   (Iowa)                                                      2655
                                                                                                                             WIS -Eau Clarre                                                                        351          202           55 4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               57 5       ::       E       B31 3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           205                                                      ai!!                 2525
Scott Rarle Buena Vista                                                                                 D
                                                                                                        ‘                    Worcester Tech                                                                                                    56         ii       2808    2808     WIT -Plattev,lle                                9    4af             2522
Gdry Trcllc Y, St Thornas (MI”” ).                                                                                           Drake...                                                                               it           1:;
Dave Shumway. WIS ?laltrvlllc                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Dlcklrlbor,                                                          2665
                                                                                                             E               lnna                                                                                   2%           155           i7.2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               i2 0       ia0      2567
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   2537    E!:                                                  1:           8:
Corey Jackson. Belolt                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               p&y.                                                                 2fil9
Uale Amos. Frank 8 Marsh                                                                                     z
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                    777          146           i2 1       12       2522    252 2                                                10           557         2614
                                                                                                                             Plymouth 4 t                                                                           313          159                                                Redlands                                     9           41’
                                                                                                                             Mnravla”                                                                               321          16U           19
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               io a       15
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          10       2431
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   2195    %Y       Frosthurg St                                10           639         E
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Chris Kruerje,. WIS &er    Falls                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                10           547         2520
Rory Mc11 ue. Frostburg St                                                                                   ii
                                                                                                                             Carlelo”                                ......                                         G!           150
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 I57           i7 2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               16         23
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          11       2136
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   2362    %        Ohlo psle an                                10           666         2518
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Chris Rosa1 lo”, 111.
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           $A                                    9           469
                                                                                                                             K~Vq”(‘  CO”l,)                                                                        Er           18            I6 1       ::  :iz          2350     Alfred..                                                             ::;:
Mrke Furrk. Wdbdsh                                                                                           :H
                                                                                                                             Wash b Lee                                                                                                        19 7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               i35         Et 2329         %        Widener                                     1:           E           2471
Oliver Bridges, Stony Brook                                                                                                  WI5 -Ldc,Ossc
RIPP Charters, Brl’water (Mass )                                                                                                                                                                                                               E!          6 1344
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          15 2311          224 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           231 0    Musklrryum                                  10           554         7460
                                                                  Jr             IO                          .E              Rrooklyn                                                                                                                                               Lebanon Valley..                            111          559         2436
Tim Mercer. Ferrum                                                                                                                     s
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Greg Harrrs. Wagner                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ;;z,;r    Valley                            10           597         2422
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          I6       2192
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   M13     ::i:                                                 10           482         2382
Shane Lahousse. MI1                                                                                          65              Ke;iyorl
Arithorly Grove. La Verne                                         Sr             9                                                                                                                                                                                                  WIlltams                    .:    .”         8           446
                                                                                                             74              WIS -Superior                                                                                                     ;;         17
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          30       2167
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   2188    %        Mount Unron                                 10           533         g
                                       PASSING        EFFICIENCY                                                             J,>h” Carroll                                                                                                     )1 2                                 Trenton S1                                  IO           MO
                                                                                                                RATING       Lowell                                                                                                            ,o 4            i   %       %        Marietta
                                                                                                                             Carroll IWI5 ,                                                                                                               ii       ia14    201 6                                                                         ;g5
(Mm 15 alt prr gd,,,r,                           CL      G   All        CMP                     YOS         TD POINTS                                                                                                                          ;5 3                                 Monmouth (Ill I                             1;           $?’
Joe Blake. Srm so”                                Jr    10    144                               1705         19   2033                                                                                                                                                                                      RUSHING           DEFENSE
James Gra; &$po
Scott Scesniy St. ohns N Y)
                           ~                     z      1:    147            9”:
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                                                                                                                             Frostburg St                                                                                                                                           Frostburg St                               10   331                  497   4Y 7
Steve Varle $t John’ ( I”,, )
                        s                                                                       1476        16    1646       Augustana III )                                                                                                   g                                    Brl’water (Mass)                           10   376                  516
Brad Forsy h, Ill Wesleyan                       ::      9   159
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ai 6   Mllltkln..                                   9  308                  571
Rrlan Cox, Relort                                                                               1482
                                                                                                1380         16     1::                                                                                                                                                             Lycomlnq                                   10   396
Steve Armstro”      UC Santa Bdrb            %           ;   :i                                                              Ferrum                                                                                                            IQ 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               ii;        11
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          23        823
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    855      E:     lona                                        1;  g                    i;
Chad Walthall c oncordta M’   head            Jr         9   173            ‘8                  2145
                                                                                                1631         15
                                                                                                             21     E        Montclair St                                                                                                                                    8B.0   M~llsdps
Clint 0o,1ley. Carrull (WIS )                so          a   110             86                 1338         12              Cortland St                                                                                                                  Z
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ‘         E               Wash X Jett
Krrk Raumgartner, WI%-Stevens Point          :;         1;   42             247                                     1:;:     Capital                                                                                                           ii;        10        9X       zs;    Co&l Guard                                      p        g           g
                                                                            178                 %            ;i     1465     Wash R Jelf                                                                                                                                            CC”l,dl (IOWd)
;;e,~$;;f$?;r#f;/~;~;        Tech                                                                                            Mlddlebur                                                                                                         1::         a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          20       779
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   072       ::     Centre                                        9          340
Geno Paynorii. Frank &Marsh                      ;:     l;   z!             111
                                                                            12’                 1E           ::     1458
                                                                                                                    1456     Sdllsbury b t                                                                                                     15 9       1;       “2        997    OhlU        Wrslrydrl                       IO           35.3        :z
BIII H land, lona                                                                               1780         17     1443     Wlllhams                                                                                                          13 9                         lW5     Cortland St                                 10           381         a07
John K lark. WIS Eau Clatre                                                                     2785         22     1387                                                                                                                                                            Plymouth Sr                                 ,;           z
Steve Muelzel St Thomas (Mann )                                                                 lM)4         14     1385     ~Z!$I,“~&d”ey                                                                                                     IO 4       :: 1i:           1E       Carnegie Mellon                                                      22
Scull Shdfe,. t&ildwmWdlldcL.                                                                    920                         Wheato” (111  J                                                                                                   ::          7 943                    T,~mty(Co”“)                                 0           3”          710
Darl” Robert? Trenton St                                                                        1447           1;   1:::     Hobart                                                                                                            12 6        a 1054          1Ei      Frank 8 Marsh                               10           434
Steve Klnrre. Alma                           2:          O
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                                                             276            1;                                               Mllhkm                                                                                                            IO 9       17 951           1057     Framtngham St                                9           408         %
Todd L,:vr”u. Trlnrty (Cd,,,, )              Sr          A   34             135                 lB%
                                                                                                2136         23
                                                                                                             ia     1::;     Central (Iowa)                                                                                                                                         Lowell                                      10           356         916
                                             SO         IO   248            143                 1764         21     1341     Wash b Lee                                                                                                        1:;        1: 1;:           1%       lrenton St                                  1;           $;
~“,~~~~~t:‘ ~Soi~~~osse                                                                         2255         17     132 5    Ithaca                                                                                                            174        16 1086          1086     Monmnuth (Ill )                                                      2.t
PhIllIp Sampiorr. Wash & Lee                 “5:        1:   272
                                                             20o            170
                                                                            156                 1876         14              WestfIeld St                                                                                                                                           Montcldi, SI                                IO           377         944
Dennis Bo au WIS ~Dshkosh                    g          1;   ;;;            2;;                 3051         ia     x        0ul”cy                                                                                                            E           7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          15       1lW
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   1097    1109
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           109.7    Unlo” (NY)                                  IO           384
11m Ddy. I$rIT                                                                                   934         10     131 b    ‘,ywa~    Henry                                                                                                   129        14       1111    111 I    Augustarra (Ill )                             9          207         g
Matt Jorokos Plymouth St                         j:      9   266            147                 2107         22     131 6                                                                                                                      19 0       22       1112    111 2    Rhodes..                                    ,;           y;
Mike Wilson tjuerrd Vlstd                                9   183             a4                 1632         10     13’ 1    Frank 8 Marsh                                                                                                     130        12       1119    Ill 9    Johr, Carroll                                                        953
Fd Balllge, Montclalt St                         Jr     10   208            114                 1590         15     130 I    h&y   (Tex J                                                                                                                                           Wts-Lacrosse                                1;           g           971
Orck PUCCIU.Cortlarrd St                                                                        1708         13     1301                                                                                                                       1:          4 1017
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                                                                                                                                                          THE NCAA NEWS/December $1989              19

Team won only four games, but off-season worse for coach
     Dan Smith probably is glad bas-                                              next year. Although saying coach P.     sports informatton director at Alle-   at $3 each
 ketball season has arrived, even                                                 J. Carlesimo has “a talented, ready-    gheny College, called The NCAA
 though his Hrockport State Univer-                                               for-prime-time cast at his disposal,”   News with word that members of             Calvin College student-athletes
 sity College men’ team won only
                     s                                                            Shemitz calls the Pirates “the most                   s        s
                                                                                                                          the school’ women’ basketball          claimed four of the seven most-
four games last year. Compared to                                                 enigmatic team in the Big Past.”        team made 23 consecutive free          valuable-player awards given this
 his last two summers, that season                                                Syracuse University is picked to win                             s
                                                                                                                          throws in the season’ first two        fall by the Michtgan Intercollegiate
 looks pretty good.                                                               the league title by Big East Briefs     games a November 25 home loss          Athletic Association    and shared
                                                                      Dan                                                                                        a fifth. Conference MVP honors
    .July, in particular, has been an                                             (P.O. Box 285, Middle Village, New      to Marietta College (75-58) and a
                                                                      Smith                                                                                      went to Amber Blankespoor (wom-
interesting month for the 1974 grad-                                              York 11379).                            November 28 victory over West
 uate of Brigham Young University,                                                                                        minster College (65-52).                   s
                                                                                                                                                                 en’ volleyball), Adam Suarez (men’   s
                                                                                      In the Mail II: Don Hansen,                    ~-      .--                 cross country), Deb VanderSteen
who is in his third year at Brockport.
                                                                                  whose weekly Football Gazette cov                                                        s
                                                                                                                                                                 (women’ cross country) and Ed
    In July 1988, while on a recruiting                                                                                                               s
                                                                                                                             Illinois State University’ men’ s
                                                                                  crs in detail Divisions I-AA, II and                                                              s
                                                                                                                                                                 Wilgenburg (men’ soccer). Lady
trip to Auburn, New York, his                                                                                             basketball team held “Just Say No
                                                                                  III teams (as well as NAIA action),                                            Knight Jackie VanderBrug was
parked car was hit and damaged                                                                                            Night” to open the 1989-90 season,
                                                                                  will start a similar publication for                                           named co-MVP in field hockey.
beyond repair. Being away from the                                                                                        and nearly 4,000 youngsters helped
                                          attending the school.                   basketball early next year. Scores,
vehicle undoubtedly saved Smith                                                                                           boost attendance for the Redbirds’
                                                                                  players of the week, all-America                                                  lrivia Answer: St. I,ouis-based
from serious injuries.                                                                                                    game against the University of Wis-
                                             In the Mail: According to Big        teams and postseason coverage of        consin, Green Ray, to 9,696 ~-a        Rawlings Spotting Goods, in a news
    He didn’ get hurt until this July,
                                          East Briefs, the newsletter published   non-Division    I teams wilt be its     hotne-opener record.                   release announcing a new lint of
when hc suffcrcd a broken wrist
                                          by former CBS Sports and Eastern        highlights. Subscription information                                           shoulder pads, reports that it devell
during a church outing. Then in
                                          Basketball magazine staffer Greg        is available from Hansen at P.O.           In return for signing a pledge to   aped foothall’s    first protective
August, while doing some yard
                                          Shemitz, 1989 Final Four partici-       Box 5 14, Hrookfield, Illinois 605 I3   “just say no” to drugs, local school   gear ~ also shoulder pads more
work, Smith glanced into his home
                                          pant Seton Hall University will fin-    (telephone 3 I2/ 4X5-2268).             students received coupons entitling    than 50 years ago. They wcrc mar
to see flames in the kitchen.                                                               ~-
                                          ish seventh by the time Big East                                                them to a free ticket to the game      keted hy Rawlings as “football arm-
    Firefighters     arrived   quickly
                                          Conference play wraps up early             On the Phone: Marty Galosi,          and to purchase additional tickets     or.”
enough to snuff out the blaze before
it could do much damage, but one
of them mentioned to Smith that
the entire house may have gone up
in smoke had he not been home or
not noticed the fire when he did.
    In a Brockport news release on
the 19X9-90 season, written by sports
information director Mike Andri-
atch, Smith quickly described his
feelings; “It was an interesting year,
wasn’ it?”

   If his all-America campaign for
senior forward Tyrone “T” Hill is
effective, Xavier University (Ohio)

Briefly            in the
sports tnlormation     director Tom
Eiser may become famous as “Tom
      s T‘
   “It’ ‘ time” IS the slogan Eiser
used when he mass-mailed to media
members pamphlets          that were
accompanied by tea bags. “My lob
is to plant the seed in the minds 01
the (alllAmcrica) voters that Tyrone
IS a player they should consider,”
Fiser told Cincinnati Enquircr writer
John Erardi.

   Trivia Time: Which company
claims credit tor developing the ftrst
football   protective    equipment’ ?
Answer later.

   A bequest lrotn the estate of the
late A. C. “Ace” and Mary Stotler
will enahle the Ilnivcrsity of Mis-

souri, Columbia, to establish an
athletics hall of fame, according to
Richard P. Tamburo, athletics dii
   “It will hccomc the highest honor

that W C can bestow on our former
athletes,     coaches    and    staff
members,” Tamburo said. Statler
served as ticket manager and busi-
ness manager for Missouri athletics
before becoming director of the
 University Student Union and later
the Hearnes Center. Hc died in
                                                           Thetotally Cutlass   Supreme’   ” steering;
                                                                                         pinion         16-inchaluminum      Tofindoutmore  about orabout
    Much more than basketball will                     International sedan just
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                                                             for 1990         It’the             all             And                        Olds     O
University of Iowa’ women’ bas-
ketball team leads a two-week
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                                                                                   equip- satisfaction designed make
head a delegation of university fac-
ulty and rcscarch scientists who will
pursue educational, scientific, cul-
tural and economic-cxchangc initii
ativcs. ‘ hey also will meet with                                                                              Ofticial car for the NCAA Championships.
Iowa alumni and parents of some of
the 64 Japanese students currently
20       THE NCAA NEWS/December              4.1999

Minorities, women still trying to find their niche
     The @lowing article was wrrrten                                                                                                                   and 10 (26.3 percent) are women.                 the prominent role black athletes
 us part uj’ u series in 7Ie Grand                                                                                                                     Of 14 administrators in the GLIAC,               play, especially in the revenue-pro-
 Rapids (A&h&n)          Press on Ihe ef-                                                                                                              11 are white men. There are no                   ducing sports of football and bas-
jorts of women und minorilies lo                                                                                                                       minority men, and one of three                   kctball.
 hreuk rnlo rhe runks qfhead coaches                                                                                                                   women is black. The MIAA has                        “Colleges are behind in hiring
 ond odministrarors in intercollegiate                                                                                                                 seven men and seven women in                     black coaches when you look at the
 arhlerics. Opinions accompanying                                                                                              Chtfstine               administrative posts; none is black.             number of black athletes participat-
 this arlicle quote coaches and ud-                                                                                            H. 6.                       In the previous school year,                 ing across the country,“said Central
 minislrators interviewed jbr orher                                                                                            Grant                   NCAA figures show that even when                                       s
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Michigan University’ Charlie Coles,
 articles in the series.                                                                                                                               the predominantly       black schools            the only black head basketball coach
                                                                                                                                                       were included, only 4.4 percent of               in the Mid-American       Conference.
By Gretchen Flemming                                                                                                                                   college athletics administrators were            “The whole area of coaching is new
and Steve Grinczel                                                                                                                                     minorities. Sixteen percent were                 territory for Blacks. For years and
‘ he &and Kapids Press                                                                                                                                 women, according to the Women’      s                         ve
                                                                                                                                                                                                        years, they’ tried to make it like
                                                                                                                                                       Sports Foundation.                               the black quarterback thing.”
     They’ ballyhooed on the college
           re                                  coaches in the GLIAC, 58.6 percent          director, Eugene D. Smith of MAC-                               From its own findings, the NCAA                 Just like the black quarterback,
 playing field and bolstered by Fed-           were men, and of 55 coaches in the          member Eastern Michigan Univer-                             concluded in October 1988 that                   their coaching counterparts have
eral law, but don’ expect to find
                        t                      MIAA, 45.5 percent were men.                sity, in these four conferences.                            “there is a serious problem in terms             had to tight the stereotype of lacking
 minorities and women making any                  According to the Women’ Sports
                                                                            s                 Of 65 athletics directors, associate                     of minority representation in posi-              leadership ability.
 major plays as university coaches              Foundation, at the national level,         ADS and assistant or deputy ADS                             tions of authority in collegiate ath-                  s
                                                                                                                                                                                                           “It’ a despicable situation,” said
and administrators.                             50 percent of all college women’    s      in the Big Ten, six (9.2 percent) are                       letics.”                                         Edwards, the Calilornia professor
      Although 36 percent of men’        s      sports are coached by women, com-          black and I5 (23. I percent) arc                                 I‘
                                                                                                                                                          ‘ he lack of minority employment              who is an adviser to Major League
 university football players are black,         pared to 90 percent a decade ago.          women. Of the 3X MAC adminis-                               in coaching and administration is a              Baseball. He said colleges may pre-
only 4.3 pcrccnt of head coaches arc              ml-here is only one black athletics      trators, two (5.3 percent) are black                        major arca of conccm, considering                    SKK MinorAes.    women, pugc 21
     And cvcn though Title IX, which
 became Federal law in 1972, pushed
 women’ college athletics, there has
 been a huge decrease in the number
 of women coaching women’ sports s
 in the last dccadc.
     -1he absence of women and mi-
 noritics in coaching and athletics
 administration is a striking problem
 across the country        Michigan colL
 Icgcs aren‘ exempt.
     “Most Dlvlslon I schools have
 ncvcr cvcn intervicwcd a black can-
didate lor a head-coaching job in
 haskcthatl ;rnd footbalt,“said Harry
 Edwards, a sports sociologist and
 prolcscor at the University of Cati-
 Norma, Berkeley. “Beyond basketball
and l’              s
         ootbalt, it’ an utter wasteland.
<‘  ollegc baseball is dismal. There’   s
not LI sin& black head coach in
 Division I.”
     “The numheru arc g10ss and ap-
 palling,” Saud Dch0fah        Anderson,
cxccutivc director of the Women’        s
Sports Foundation. “We need more
women coaches and administrators
so others can see that as a possible
     But the average person doesn’       t
rccogni7c        the disproportionate
numbers of white mates in coaching
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and administration          at American
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or Jmlmy “The Greek” Snyder to
                                                          or make the oneyou haveasgood as newfor $50 per seat?
htunde[ on their hchalf, collcgcs
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                                                       thcsc major stadium projrcrs: L)ukc, Harvard,            Latex concrctr Icvcling courses were
showed that, hascd on intormation                      Illinois, Iowa. Kansas, Missouri, Nrbrd\ka,
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yca~; 0.5 percent of all head coaches
                                                                                                                After the entire surface W;L)cleaned hy
in charge of varsity sports at Big                                                                                                                s
                                                                                                             high-prcssurc water blasting, JM’ Scotch-
 Ten C’   onlerence schools were black,                                                                      Clad Hrand Sports Stadium Warcrproof Traffic
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gan Intcrcottcgiatc Athletic Associ-
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although the confcrcncc counts one                                                  Stadium.
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94 women’ sport head coaches in
the Big Ten, 40.4 percent wcrc men;
of 60 positions in the MAC, 33.7
pcrccnt belonged to men, of 35
                                                                                                                                                                   THE NCAA NEWS/December      4,1999     21

Minorities, women
Conlimed     from puge 20                   opportunity to make a living may          ground can be a strict determiner of     the only significant career options      role models. Wvmcn think the ‘    old
 pare young      Blacks for careers in      be more important than going to           how many black head coaches there        in sports are in coaching and ad-        boy’ network is still functivning and
 law, medicine and other fields, but        college.                                  will be in certain sports, Weidcnbach    ministration at the collegiate level,    functioning quite well I tend to
 they have flopped as a feeder system          “Softball is big in Michigan, but I    said.                                    and the climb up the ladder can be       agree.”
 of minority coaches.                       don’ hear a lot about it being played
                                                 t                                       “There are sports like hockey         impeded by a male~dominated sys-            Black and fcmalc prospects aren’  t
    As for women, there has been an         in the inner city of Detroit,” Wei-       that are almost upper-middle-class       tern.                                    necessarily looking at coaching as a
exodus of female coaches and an                                       re
                                            denbach said. “If you’ going to                                       t
                                                                                      sports,” he said. “You can’ play that       “Sports are still seen by many as     passiblc career. Although experts
outright shortage of administrators,                                     ve
                                            succeed in coaching, you’ got to          sport and cvme from an underpriv-               s
                                                                                                                               a man’ domain,” said Christine H.        say candidates can be found if em-
even though women’ sports have
                         s                  have some background and some             ileged family.”                                                   s
                                                                                                                               H. Grant, the women’ athletics           ploycrs look hard enough, it is also
never been mvre popular from both           experience in what you want to                For top black male college ath-      director at Iowa and former AIAW         generally acccptcd that the pool of
a participatory and a spectator stand-      coach.”                                   letes, there is at least the hope of a                        s
                                                                                                                               president. “But it’ important for        qualified Blacks and wvmen is either
point.                                         Consequently, economic back-           professional career. But for women,      them to rcali7e wvmen have to have       shrinking or stagnant.
    Women have had trouble holding

                                            Confidence level may be problem f or women
their own in thejvb market since the
Association of Intercollegiate Ath-
letics for Women (AIAW) was dis-
solved in I98 1.                               These quotes ure takcpnfrom a series of artkks in The Grund Rupids
   “Now there are many more men                               on
                                            (Mkhigan) Pre.7.y efj)rts by women andethnic minoritie.7 to attain couching
administrators who would prefer to          and administrative positions in intercollegiate athletics. The articles were
hire a male, considering they’     re       written ty Press sports reprtcrs Gretchen Fkmmmng und Steve Grinczel.
putting more money into the prv-
grams now and they’ mvre visible,”
said C. Vivian Stringer, head wom-           Kathryn E. Lindahl, assistant athletics director                                                                                                       Charles
en’ basketball coach at the Univer-
    s                                        Michigan State University                                                                                                                          ’   S. Ham3
sity of Iowa and a former national                                                            t
                                               “My biggest frustration is that women aren’ applying at this level. 11
coach of the year.                                               t
                                            (their names) aren’ coming across my desk, how can I give them an
     It’ difficult to find anyone willing
                                               “What tends to happen is that women are very critical of their own
 to say exactly how much represen-
                                            capabilities and talents and will hold back. You’ find men will apply for
 tation is enough. Quotas, based on
                                            jobs that aren’ even in their field of coaching. I think women coaches are
 percentages of minority and female
                                            harder on themselves than men, maybe in their own confidcncc level.”
 participants, don’ seem to be the
 answer.                                                                                                                       Eugene D. Smith, director of athletics
                                            Clarence Underwood, assistant commissioner                                         Eastern Michigan University
    It is a fact, however, that nearly      Big Ten Conference
 60 percent of the basketball players,                                                                                           “When I first came into the profession in 1983, I began to realize the
                                               “There is no question about it that, historically, black assistant coaches      inequity that existed and I understood why. A lot of people, minorities and
 36 percent of the football players         in football and basketball, with few exceptions, have been hired for three
 and about 25 percent of the track                                                                                                                        t
                                                                                                                               women in particular, didn’ know the power structure.
                                            reasons. Primarily, to help recruit black athletes, to help monitor the affairs          hey didn’ have a conduit to thvsc people who decide whom to hire to
                                                                                                                                  “‘l‘       t
 athletes-the          three     minority
                                            of black athletes on those campuses, and to satisfy the interests of alumni                                 s
                                                                                                                               key positions, and that’ strictly because the people who were in those
 strongholds-in         Division I-A are
                                            and others who espouse the issue of affirmative action.”                           positions were white men and their network was made up of white men ”
 black. But, Blacks make up only
 12.2 percent, 4.3 percent and about        Herb Williams, assistant men’ basketball coach
                                                                             s                                                 Charles S. Harris, director of athletics
 I5 percent of the head-coaching            Michigan State University                                                          Arizona State University
jobs in those sports, according to             “Most of the institutions realize that there has to be somebody to recruit               t
                                                                                                                                  “I don’ know that there are specific circumstances keeping minorities
the NCAA. About 32 percent of the           the black basketball player and to relate to the black players.                    out of administration. The biggest obstacle is getting there and trying to
full-time basketball assistants and            “If Blacks weren’ as important to basketball as they are, you wouldn’
                                                                 t                                                     t       keep your wits about you. The difficulty has been breaking the code to get
 14 percent in football are black.          see half as many black coaches.”                                                   the opportunity to exhibit your abilities.”
(Other minorities are included in
these figures, but their number is          Chrlstlne H. B. Grant, director of women’ athtetke
                                                                                       s                                       -Rudy Washington, executive director
 negligible).                               University of Iowa                                                                  Black Coaches Association
                                                                                                                                    ‘ here’ a certain amount of racism, a certain amount of compatibility
                                                                                                                                   “ l‘   s
    The low number of wvmen and                                                                               s
                                               “In the early 197Os, nobody paid much attention to women’ sports.
                                            Then, with the advent of Title IX programs, they began to take off. When            and comfort (between white administrators and black coaches). The AD
minorities in coaching and adminis-
                                            men realized what it meant and saw there was money in it, they said,“1 want         has to spend a lot of time with the football and basketball coaches at
trative positions acts as a disinccn-
                                            to be in control.“’                                                                                             s
                                                                                                                                different functions. If he’ not comfortable with the coach in private or
tive to young people considering the
                                                                                                                                social situations, it’ not going to be a happy marriage.”
field and means there arc fewer
positive rvlc models for athletes,                                  s
                                            Joan Boand, women’ athletics coordinator                                                                       s
                                                                                                                               Charlie Coles, head men’ basketball coach
critics say.                                Grand Valley State University                                                      Central Michigan University
                                               “A lot of women start out looking for jobs, then they get discouraged.             “Coaching hasn’ been a good thing for minorities to get into. The
   Clarence Underwood, Big Ten                                                               t
                                            There are a lot of part-time jobs, but you can’ make a living on them. l’vr
Conference assistant commissioner,                                                                                                                                  t
                                                                                                                               confidence of administrators hasn’ been there. 1 would like tv see schools
                                            always been critical&if                                    basketball coach,
                                                                      a school needs a football or boys’                       get hold enough that if a Black fails, to hire another Black. Man, I tell you,
said it takes twice as long for a black     they go out of their way to find a teaching position for him. But you don’  t
man to advance through the cvach-                                                                                                   s
                                                                                                                               that’ a very hard thing to do.”
                                            see that with the girls’ sports.”
ing ranks to a head-coaching posi-                                                                                             Deborah Anderson, executive director
tion at the Division I level as it does     Debra Mapes, associate athletics director                                                 s
                                                                                                                               Women’ Sports Foundation
for his white counterpart.                  Alma College                                                                                                                                            new
                                                                                                                                 “Rather than fight the network, you should enter into it. Create a ‘
   Jack Weidenbach, senior associ-              “1 find it a little disheartening when the kids you’ coaching
                                                                                                    re             get their          s’
                                                                                                                               women’ netwvrk.    LJseevery means you can to get yourself known, be seen
ate athletics director at the Univer-       first job in the business world that pays more than you’ making after
                                                                                                           re                  and do a good job.”
sity of Michigan, bclicves coaching         umpteen thousand years in coaching. And we find women are tending to
opportunities for minorities are lim-                                                                                          Harry Edwards, sociology professor
                                            run from sports like basketball that take up a great deal more time as far
itcd largely to football, basketball                                                                                           University of California, Berkeley
                                            as length of seasvn goes. Where we’ keeping more women, maybe doing
and track, because those sports                                                                                                   “If a school is unwilling to give equitable and ethical treatment to black
                                            better, is volleyball, women’ svcccr                       t
                                                                                       sports that don’ require such a long
have the most minorities competing                                                                                             coaching candidates at least in those sports that arc vitally dependent on
in them and gaining the cxpcriencc                                                                                             black athletes, then we should make a list of those schools and punish our
they’ need to bccomc head coaches.
     ll                                                                                                                        detractors by not sending our sons and daughters thcrc. And, we should
                                            C. Vivian Stringer, head women’ basketball coach                                   reward our friends by channeling black athletes to schools that have
    “In the nonrevenues, such as swim-      University of Iowa                                                                 opened up their doors.”
ming, we have very few minority                “We had a young lady here whom I was extremely pleased with. She was
participants,” he said. “The same is                                                               I’
                                            a graduate assistant here at Iowa, and she said to me, ‘ m really glad 1 went      Stanley D. Johnson, director of professional development
true in golf and tennis. I think it has     through this, because now I know coaching at this level is not what I want.’       NCAA
a lot to do with if these sports are              s
                                               “It’ really a ma.jor drawback when you have to be on the road all the             “College sports and sports administration are where corporate America
offered in big cities.”                     time. It appears to be glamorous flying to all these places       but when a       was IO, I5 years ago. The corporate world recognized the problem and has
    Less than one percent of the par-       wvman is on the road, she’ pretty much a loner.”
                                                                         s                                                     been dealing with it for a long time.”
ticipants in college swimming at all
lcvcls are black and the same figure
holds for cvachcs, according to the
NCAA. And although the NCAA
                                            Examples sought of needy athletes denied aid                                            After rcvicwing the information
                                               Mcmbcrs of the NCAA Cvmmit-            Carmichael of Clemson University.                                                 Theodore S. Paulauskas, St An-
reported that only 1.2 percent of           tee on Financial Aid and Amatcu-             “Many of us involved in intercvl-     and confirming       the cxistcncc of    schn College; Robert A. Bvwlsby,
head baseball coaches in all divisions      rism are seeking specific exampks         legiate athletics have heard com-        potential conflicts, the committee       IJnivcrsity of Northern lowa; Judith
were black, only 4.5 percent of             from the membership of needy stu-         ments of this nature,” he added.         will prepare and forward approprii       M Hrame, California State Univer-
participants were black.                    dent-athletes who are being or have       “We want pcoplc to show us whcrc         ate recommendations to the Coun-         sity, Northridge; Thomas M. Kinder,
   Weidenbach theorizes that while          been denied financial resources he-       this kind of thing has taken place or    cit.                                     Bridgcwater College (Virginia); Jef-
Blacks account for a significant            cause of their status as varsity ath-     continues to occur.”                         “I will he attending the (NCAA)      frey H. Orleans, Ivy Group; Robert
percentage of Major League Base-            IKtKS.                                       Carmichael said the committee,        Convention in Dallas next month,”        T. Bcckcr, Saginaw Valley State
ball players, “we don’ have more               “We are requesting that institu-       which received support for the study     Carmichael added, “and I will gladly     Linivcrsity; Sandra Norretl-Thomas,
minorities participating in college-        tivnal financial aid officers or any-     from the NCAA Council during             accept information      from institu-    Howard liniversity, and Joseph A.
level baseball. But it could be a           one else who has information              that group’ October 1989 meeting,
                                                                                                  s                            tional rcprcscntativcs at that time      Russo, University of Notre Dame.
factor that so many are in the minor        regarding specific instances where        will accept cases for review through     Information really can bc forwarded
leagues. That’  s probably      their       student-athletes are denied aid bc-       early February. “We have a meeting       to any mcmhcr of the committee.”             NCAA Council memher Char-
avenue to the majors, so they don’   t      cause they play varsity sports to         later in the month,” he noted, “and           Other members of the Committee      lvtte West, Southern Illinois Uni-
seek out college educations; they go        contact any member of the commit-         would like to hear from people by        on Financial Aid and Amateurism          versity, Carbondale, is an ex ofliciv
right into the minors. For them, the        tee,“said committee chair Marvin G.       February IO.”                            arc Janet Hunter, Knox College;          member of the committee.
22             THE NCL\A NEWS/December                            4,1989

Mother of athlete who died in ‘ files lawsuit                                                                                                                                                                                                                                News Fact File
   The mother of a former Canisius                                    of the heart attack and related con-                          failed to follow up on the problem                                breathing, monitoring      the heart,
College basketball          player has                                dition all of which resulted in his                           “to determine whether he was phys-                                administering medications and tak-                                       A total of’ 50 NCAA mcmbcr
charged in a lawsuit that the college                                 death.”                                                       ically fit to play basketball.”                                   ing a blood sample.                                                  institutions have transfcrrcd theit
and its team doctor failed to act on                                     The lawsuit does not list the                                  Mrs. Dempsey said Taggart’     s                                 In addition, Dr. Gabbcy misdiag-                                  membrrshlps from their regular gc-
 a heart murmur discovered two                                        amount of damages being sought                                heart valve wa$ not closing properly.                                             s
                                                                                                                                                                                                      nosed Taggart’ condition “as possi-                                  ographical districts to other districts.
years before the player’ death.                                       by Mildred W. Taggart of Lacka-                               The seriousness of such a condition                               bly being a drug-induced seizure,                                    Those transfers have occurred over
   Jeffrey ‘ 1tiggat-t died of a heart                                                   s
                                                                      wanna, the player’ mother and the                             can range widely but is “something                                when in fact (Taggart) was suffering                                 scvcral decades and generally are
attack during a March 1988 basket-                                    administrator of his estate, the As-                          that bears investigation.” she said.                              a heart attack,” the lawsuit charges.                                requested by an institution hccause
hall game at Buffalo’ Memorial
                          s                                           sociated Press reported.                                          The suit also claims the dcfcnd-                                 The state health department in-                                   most 01 its opponents arc located in
Auditorium      against Niagara llni-                                    “That’s a determination      we’ll                         ants failed to treat Taggart immedi-                              vestigated the circumstances sur-                                    a different district.
versity.                                                              make down the line,” Helen K.                                 ately and that the treatment they                                                     s
                                                                                                                                                                                                      rounding Taggart’ death last year                                        Ihc most common transfer has
   The Gold Cross Ambulance Serv                                      Dempsey, attorney for Mrs. Taggart,                           provided him in the Gold Cross                                    and cleared Dr. Gabbey of possible                                   been from District 3 to District 2 ( I8
ice also is named in the malpractice                                  said November 29.                                             ambulance that took him to Shee-                                  misconduct charges.                                                  institutions); next is from IIistrict 3
and negligence suit, which charged                                       Taggart, then 20, died of cardiac                           han Memorial Hospital “was ad-                                      The state investigation resulted in                                                      hc
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           to District 0 (I I). I’ only district
that the defendants “failed to ad-                                    arrest in Sheehan Memorial Hospi-                              ministered     in a careless and                                 administrative    charges against a                                  that is not involved in any transfer
minister medical care and treatment                                   tal March 5, 1988, shortly after                               negligent manncr.“Taggart was pro-                               Gold Cross crew chief on allegations                                 of a current member (transferring
to (Taggart) for approximately      10                                suffering a heart attack.                                      nounccd dead on arrival at the                                   similar to those included in Mrs.                                    tither to or lrom) is District I.
minutes” after he suffered a seizure                                     The lawsuit said an October 4,                              hospital.                                                                 s
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Taggart’ lawsuit. Howcvcr, those                                     I .osing the most via transler: District
on the team bench.                                                    1985, medical examination of Tag-                                 Mrs. Taggart charges that the                                 charges were dropped after an ad-                                    7 (29 institutions). Gaining the most:
   As a result of that negligence, the                                gart required by the college showed                           defendants failed to properly per-                                ministrative law judge said the emer-                                District 2, IX, and District 6, 17
lawsuit charges, “Taggart was left                                    he had a heart murmur, but that                               form these functions: assessing Tag-                                                          s
                                                                                                                                                                                                      gency medical technician’ action
without proper care and treatment                                     Canisius and Dr. John T. Gabbey                                     s
                                                                                                                                    gart’ condition, assisting him in                                 “was in all respects appropriate.”

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                                                                                                               rupervwon        of team prarnces and home           mural and recreabon proyrams.           budyrt.             FloXd. 33199. F.O/EAE lnsbtubon
                                                                                                               events Trawl to away contv.& dunng ,n.               hlnny. scheduling. advrltwn          promotion
                                                                                                               season competition          Des,gn and admnirter     and wpuvwo”         Some coat 8,‘“Q rndy be
                                                                                                               r.+hah,lltatlon proymmr 11, cor,~w,“,o,, wth         required Organmn       the rrntal of the farlkty
                                                                                                               head trainer Supervise tratmng room ,n               1s ow of the major f ubrs Reports to Athlebc                Field Hockey
                                                                                                               absence of head tra,ner and zu :NIY’ studcnl         Dir&or    %I arye ~orrm~ensurate wh ex,xn
                                                                                                               trainers Apphcation          Proce B ures’ Send 1    once dnd qudlificabons      Send resume and                 HeadWamen’    rFkldHockyCoach.Vilbnova
                                                                                                               re,urnr dr,d thrrr (3) letter, of reference to.      three letters of rdrrence to Terry Wdnsalt.                 University. Parttme      position at thr NCAA
                                                                                                               T,na Bonr,, Head Tramrr, lntercolley,ate             Athlrbc Director, Hunter College. Arhlew                    Divlston I Iwel. interested candIdat? rhould
                                                                                                               Athletlrs to, Womm.           Bellmont Hall 606,     D~panmrnt.     b95 Park Avenue. New York,                   send a cover l&e,, cunent resumr and three
                                                                                                               Un,vers,ty of Texar. Ausun. Texas 78712              New York IOOZI Closing Date Dercrnbw                        (3) letters of rrcomrr,endat,on    to. Ma Anne
                                                                                                               5121471 7693 M,nonty appkcants I,P m                 15. 1989. AA/E0 Emolovrr                                    Dowlin9,Ass,stan,Athlebc                 7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Dwector.Vl I.novd
                                                                                                               courayvd to dp ly. @aI             Opplrtun,ty/Al                                                                Unw&ity. Wllanova. PA 19085. All appkca                 dtrect letters of application. rr,urne. and
                                                                                                               tmnatwe Achon E mployw                                                                                           tions must be recnwd           by December 19.          Rterences to. Dud K,n Athlenr Ledor
                                                                                                                                                                    gree Frpenmce).           Ponltldn      require;    a       1989 Vlllanova Unwersity IS dn txjual Oppor             South DakotaTech. 501 e ‘ St. Jose h Srrret
                                                                                                                                                                    mnimum of a Bachelor’ or Master‘ Begrev
                                                                                                                                                                                               !,             %                 tunrty Employer.                                        Rapid Gty. SD 57701 3995. SouR Dakotd
                                                                                                                                                                    ,n the ared of phrical rducat,on. recreabon                                                                         Tech 1%an Affirmawe Action/Equal       Oypor
                                                                                                               Public Relations                                     o, sports management           Applicants should                                                                    tunity Employ,
                                                            please Nomtnatlons and applrcabons should                                                               have txpenenre       I” the area of ~ntramuraf.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Head Football Coach. Shlppensburg Unwer.
                                                            k .mt to Dr Paul Watson. Cha,,, Search             Sports Pub&& Assistzmt. The Unwersny of
                                                                                                               Texas at Austin Department of lntercolleg,ate
                                                                                                                                                                   and recre&ion at the rolley~dte level to, a
                                                                                                                                                                   minImum of two wars Responslbllltler. The
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Football                                                uty Head Football Coach posmon ava,,.,b,e
 Positions                   Available                      Committee.     Oft,ce of Development,
                                                            Universrty of Tennrwee 8, Chanan
                                                                                                   1,615       Athlebrc for Women 8s seeluny eneryebc.             Assislant Director of Recrrabon and Athlet
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Head Football Coach. The South Dakota
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        .January I. 1990 Full tm?. full bmeftt pas,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        tion Qualkrlwns    prefcrmc~~ 41 be given
                                                            McCabe Avenue. Chattanooga. TN 740373              public relations oriented candIdales to, a I2       ~c~/lntramural Director wll be rr>ponsiblp to
                                                                                                               month annual/l ooX.t,me poSl,,O” as .Spons          provide wde L3”Qk”Q        and ,nnovabw ,“,,a                School of Mines snd Techrwloy            ,r,v,tcr       to candidates wth football roart,,nq ex,wn
                                                            UTC is an E ual Opportun~tyjAffwmswe                                                                                                                                dpplications to, the position of hea d football
                                                            Acbon/T,tfe I4 Section 504 In,titution. Ten        PublIciCy Awsbnt. This poution requrrs the
                                                                                                               ab,l,ty to commumcate        effecnvet wth the
                                                                                                                                                                   mural and recreational         rograms to d broad
                                                                                                                                                                   based student body T Rc candidate should
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              See The Murket, pqe 23
                                                            nessee IS an open records state
Athletics            Director                                                                                  1x61. at&e. and national media. L uthwest           be able to coach at least one ~ntercolleoiate
                                                                                                               Athkbc Conference off,c?. and UT women’       s          rt. preterablyln Iheared of racquets&s
DIrecta of AthkUes. The Unh.craKy d Tern
                                                            Athletics         Trainer
                                                                                                               &letics     coaches and athletes. both or&y         ?P  e Awsrant D~r~orwillorovldrnssi~lan~~
nessce at charunooga.            nle Onwrsry           of                                                      and throuqh wncten materials:: excrllm, pub,,<      I” dr-p4rtmmtal promot!a;l. for Ifey rnrl,,a P
Tennessee at Chattmcqa              invites r~ornma                                                             relabons sblls. and a qood worklnq know,           ment and student personal supem~rmon. ii,,
lrong and appf~cahons for the porltion of                   Adstan       Athletic Tmlmr. The Unwers~ty of      edgeofthev.noussponstaosllcsan;drecord              candidate till focus programmmg                ,n the
D,,e<tar of Intcrcollcg,ate         Athlebcs      This      Maryland. BaItmore         County A.wst ,n all     keep,ny Qual,Rcat,ons su months to one              oneyes, old. 4.3 m,ll,on.dollar           Stevenson
                                                                                                               year of full.t,me plpvIous sports lnformatlon       Gymnasium. St&my Date January 20, I990
senror adrmmstratlvc posmon repom to the                    phases of the S om Medune              Program.
                                                                                                               office er nence. Graduate from B four          a,   Salary: Dependent upon qualificabons Terms                                                        s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  WSl’ /COACHES
Executwe Vice Chancellor dnd lb responsible                 which wrwce~ 7 R Dvwon I ,ntcrcolleyiate
for the leadership and management of UTC‘              ,    teams. Provide pr,m&y coven e. home and            ~olleoe. $ referred Quallfkatians.    Bathe P. s
                                                                                                                                                            or     of Appolntmcnt.       Ten month admvnistrative                      A personal, traditional Co-ed resider1 t camp of 20 children
                                                                                                               d&e      ~n,oumal,sm. commun,cat,ons.       mar.    staff appointment       Person to Contact. Joel
successful P,og,drn of men s SpoN I” has.                   away. for women’ basketbal 9 and men’
                                                                                  s                        s
                                                                                                               k&in     or related field. Experience ~0th na       Tomson. Dinc(or of Recreaoon and Athlebr~.                      IS seeking motivated, enthusiastic Water Safety instructors
k&ball, cross country, fmtball. golf. trr~r,,s,             Ixfo~se.      Rea ons,b~l,t,rr include weekly
,r,dmr outdoor track and wrestl,ng: and worn                scheduling      o Y Sports Medlr,nr   rowrage.     bona 9 ly ranked       tram% and nabonally          Hdrd College. Annandale on Hudson, EIY                          and Coaches in all spofls (basketball, tennis, soccer, softball,
                                                                                                               recuymred coad,rs         Work,ng knowlrdqe of       I25M      send I*,,.?, of appllcatloll,     x,so”al
en’ teams I” basketball. croL.%,
    s                                l”“”                   ~JPWISP and edurale studrnl dhlel~c Irain
                                                                                                               lomputers. Experience wilh rmjor or national        ~ratement. resume and IIU d three re / ercncc~                  gymnastrcs, held hockey)
mdoor outdoor track and volleyball. “I; TC IS d re”“s.      crs. as,9 wth supervision of druq educabon
mrmkr        ol thr Swthcrn       Conference         Re     program. asswt &th med,ral &,ancr            and   tourname”ts/?“~“tc        Prow” pubkc relat,ons     Applirabon      Deadlme: Applications         WIII be               Superior working conditions and salary, plus room and
                                                                                                               ab,lity Res nsibilities. bintains      d pos~bw     revlewrd as recewed. The deadknr IS De
rponr,b,kt,rs~ Adm,n,strat,on of .,I1asp&s of               dally ,r,,ury rcporl records UMBC IS a member
                                                                                                               worklny re p” abonsh,p wth r,wd,a. UT crurhrr       <ember 19. 1989 InteMewng                of seledrd             board and travel allowance. Private accomodations for mar-
the attdrtira prugrarrn. ~taludmy schedules.                of the East Coast Conference and w,,, be
hudycrr, roord,nat,on         of fund mwn           per                                                        and dthlrtrs. Crnc,&es publ,r,ty to, teams.         candIdate, will commence January 2. I990                        rred couples. E/ght week season (June 24 - August 21)
sonwl. and facilities Quuald,r&,on~. it, rhc                                                                   Manager medw .% speclfled home events.              Bard Colkge ib dry Affirmawe Ac~,on/Eq~al
lois degre requred. rnnster’ degree and at
                                   ~                                                                           Assists with wpwwwon of parttunr ctudrnt            Opportunity Employer.                                               Write or call: CAMP WATITOH,
Icact fwr years of semor adm,n,strabvr expe                                                                    interns. Travels with selected teams Writes                                                                              28 Sammis           Lane.       White       Plains.   New     York    10605
rience ,n athlrl~cz preferred. Must have rep”                     nence .Send resume and three Ienerr of       and pmdurec newt r~leawr. ymvs brorhwes
t~t,on of nnteynry among NCAA and other                                bv I21 I5189 tw D, Charles Brow.        dnd feature art,clrs Maintains st#&.tics and                                                                             (914) 428- 1894             ’
athletic yavrrnmy       orqm,ra~,ur,s and bp fa.            D~rmor of’  Athict,;s dnd Pt.. UMBC. BaIti         records Stamng Date. Decemtxr 15. 1989.              Basketball
nul~r with NCAA rules and regulabons                        nlure. MD 2 I 228 C~MBC 1s an AA/EOE and           Glary Negotiable. commensurate with qual
Should havr demonstrated success ,n rndr                    mcouraycs     rrur,onb~s. women. and the d,s       mfmtlons and expmen~e. &>pl,cnt,or, Prow
                                                                                                               durer Send l&w of appkrabon.             r~wmc.     lluitant           s
                                                                                                                                                                               Women’ &ket&il         Cmch. Flonda
kehny and fund m,s,n~. d ~~omm,tmcnt to                     abled to apply.                                                                                        Ir~tcrn~tional Univers,ty in FZlami (NCAA Dw,
h,qh aw,dem,r standa, *for dude”, alhletes.                                                                    with      tam les and five (5) references by
                                                            Adstan,    Athkztks Trainu The Unwervty of                                                             CKN I) II leekny apphrat,or,, to, a full tune.
and 1 worlong knowledge of women’ spoRc      s                                                                 Der ?,19BB ,to II <,nna Han. SIK>“rPubl,r,ry
                                                            Texas at Austin. lntrrcolleg~ate Athletics to,     Director. 606 Bellmont. Unwersity of T-s.            I2 month Ass&ant         Worn.-ric Backrtball
program,. Cmd,dares should poswess sblls                    Women Otf,c,al T,tlp. Acswmnt Athlews
in arwnnel
pu b,IIC r&lion>
                  management        mobvalion. ad
                      Excellent rommunlcabons
                                                            Trainer Sdlary $20.000 annually Appont
                                                            ment IO m”nth~annually/l00%.,,me           Stan
                                                                                                               Austin, TX 78712 Mlnonry appl,cants xc
                                                                                                               rncouragrd      to dpply UT Aurbn IS an Equal
                                                                                                                                                                   Coach. Hespons~b,l,t,rs ,nclude assisbng in
                                                                                                                                                                   recrutkny. pre s.zls”n r”nd,,,““,“y,     prac,,rr                                    THE UNIVERSITY OF
                                                                                                               Opponnun,ly/Aff,rmar~v~ Acuon Employer              ses>,ons. fund~rawng. public relations and
skills a must Application will                I” IO b?      my     IMe      Jd,l”av       1990     Reqwred                                                         postseason programs         Bachelor’< Degree
rewcwed Dcxernhrr 15. 19t39 UT offers 1
rompehtwe        salary and 1 romprchwwvr
 t,w,ctit\ ,M, bye, ,nrlud,ny

                                     roup ,nsu,ance
 plan. fkxible benefit plan. B eferred lncomc

                                                            fur Texa, kcensure.
                                                                                               Nabonal Ath
                                                            l&r Tra~nerr Axwc~at~on cemficabon. Ekyiblr

                                                            sport areas at the T
                                                                                          nence I” all ma,o,
                                                                                    roley~ate level. Some
                                                                                                                                                                   re wred dnd onr year experience of High
                                                                                                                                                                   SC ool Caching
                                                                                                                                                                   surate wth qualifications
                                                                                                                                                                                        o, above Salary commrn
                                                                                                                                                                                                  and expnence
                                                                                                                                                                                  deadline, December 14. 1989
9, la,,,. and rom~rnwo
 lcners of rc=commendat,on
                             annu.z~l and s,ck leave
             Applications should Include thwe
                                    No phone c.11,.
                                                            rrdwl required Responsibilities
                                                            phases of thr health care manayrmen,
                                                                                                Asrwt in alI

                                                            yram that serwces sevrn h,ghly competitive
                                                                                                               Rec.-e&m Director/Coach/Fund-R&wx
                                                                                                               mediate o mn at Huntrr Coil e. Full tmr
                                                                                                               poshon &heaois     degre m $ysical edu
                                                                                                                                                     Im            Send apphcabon wrh resume ,o Ma Al,ce
                                                                                                                                                                   Manella. Chair. Search Committee. 7 londa
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Head Women’
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         s                           Volleyball          Coach
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Responsibilities:  Responsible for the development ,md
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  management of a highly competitive womens volleyball
  MERCYHURST        COLLEGE                                                                                                             oluo -RsrrY                                                                               program in accordance with the rules and regulations of the
      Head Football Coach                                                                                                              Head Football                         Coach                                                University, the Big Ten Conference and the NCAA.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  The coach is responsible for all program components,
  The Depdrtrnent of Athleks at Mercyhurst Colle e IS Inviting                                                                                                                                                                    including: coaching, scheduling, practice, recruitment, pro-
  ap iications for the position of Head Football 2 oath As an                                                                                                                                                                     motion and budget.
  N c!AA Dlvlslon III Football program Mercyhurst College com-
  petes as an independent in the ECAC Southern Division and                                                                                                                                                                       Qualifications:           s                             s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Master’ degree preferred, Bachelor’ degree
  considers its athletics programs an integral part of the overall                                                                                                                                                                required, plus proven success in coaching a hi hly corn etitive
  educatlondl mlsslon of the college
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  women’  svolleyball program. Demonstrated ak- tlltyto 8 evelop
  RESPONSIBILITIES:          The Hedd CUdCh reports to the Director                                                                                                                                                               and mana e a collegiate program, ds well ds the ability to
  of Athletics for the overall conduct of the Football program, which                                                                                                                                                             recruit un 8 er highly selective academic and athletio standards.
  would include recrultmg, bud etmg, pubhc relahons and fund-                                                                                                                                                                     Knowled e of NCAA rules and regulations. Strong commu-
  Idlslng, d11 111COtT@dnCe     to N e AA dnd college regulations.                                                                                                                                                                nication sf. tlls to enhance effective interaction with students,
  QUALWICATIONS:          Preference will be given to candldates with                                                                                                                                                             administrators, alumni and community.
  r;uCCeSSful footbdll             exJ. erlence at the College and/or
  university level A proven recor ofmtegnty, high pnnciplez and                                                                                                                                                                   salary:Commensurate with experience and qualification.
  demonstrated   skill in developing and motivating student-athletes                                                                                                                                                              Opportunity for additional remuneration through summer
  both academically and athletically will be considered m deter-                                                                                                                                                                  camp.
  rruning the successful Cdndlddte. Bdchelor's degree required.
  Master’ degree preferred
           s                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Starting Date: February 1,199O.
  S-Y:               Commensurate with experience                         and qualifications                                                                                                                                      Ap   lication: Send letter of application, professional resume
  APPLICATION:     Apphcdtlons will be accepted until December                                                                                                                                                                    an s three letters of recommendation to:
  31, 1989 A January appointment is anticipated Send letter of
  apphcatlon, resume and references to’                                                                                                                                                                                                        Phyllis M. Ocker, Associate Athletic Director
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        The University of Michigan
                                              Pete Russo                                                                                                                                                                                                      loo0 S. State St.
                                         Director of Athletics                                                                                                                                                                                           Ann Arbor, Ml 48109~2201
                                         Mercyhurst College
                                           Campus Center                                                                                                                                                                          Deadline        Date: January 15,199O
                                            Erie, PA 16546
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   The University of Michigan is an
               Equal       OPpOrtUnlty/AffirmdtlVe                  Action Employer.                                                                                                                                                        Equal Opportunity/Affirmative  Action Employer
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          THE NCAA NEWS/December                          4.1989                23
                                                     -                                                                                                              -
                                                           and Director of Athletics. Some twching in           Lake Superior State Un,vers,ry IS seekng a              resume. bar~npk,  and three current knen                 SIUO” “I Coordlrlator Responsi       Guarant~andfor       return d~xussed. Contact
                                                           School of Health and Spoil Sctences -         be     quaIlfled candidate to hll the position of Head         of recommendabon   to Chair, Search Corn            goIIIOCI Awrts with development and imple          Randv Lamben at 615/98l 8287
 The Market                                                required. Appka~ons.       Forward kttcr d ap
                                                           pkcabon. corn lete resume, and references
                                                           to. Harold MC e haney. Dwector of Athl~ftcs.
                                                                                                                f4rn.s and Head Women’ Tenn,s C-h.
                                                                                                                Successful candIdate wll be responsible for
                                                                                                                all aspecls of plannmg, developmg.            and
                                                                                                                                                                        mitke. Depanmcnt al l-le.&h and Physical
                                                                                                                                                                        Educabon. Humboldt State Unwemry. Ar<..au1.
                                                                                                                                                                        CA 95521 H S U 19 a” Affwmatwe Ation/
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            mentahon of all welIners. fitness. and le,s”re
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            sports pr rams offered at the Mulbpurpose
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            BulldIng “3 ItI ags~gt wlh the dally recreation
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               l4b&ds 5ketball~ Frostbug Sate Unl.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               we&y. Looking far a home geme on January
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                18. 1990. Will &“m home game for 1991
                                                           Ohlo Univeraty, P.O. Box 689, Athens. OH             coachm       the men’ and women’ tennis
                                                                                                                                       5                s                                                                   operations and wth alI aspects of game             Contact J,m Crarul
                                                                                                                                                                        Equal Opportumty Employer                           managementforathletrccontestsand         spew,                                       s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Women’ Basketball
                                                           45701. Application Deadlme. December 12.             le.wns f?esponsibilities till Include adm~ms                                                                                                                   Coach. 301/689446 3
                                                            1989 Ohio University is an Equal Opporhmity         tratlon of the te”“lr p      ram vlfh,” the r”k5                                                            events. &alificabons.    B.S. degree in Physical
                                                           hPl”yY~.                                                                                                                                                         EYduratmn or Recreation Mm,mum of two              m       Unhrc&y    An NAIA D,ws,on II football
                                                                                                                and regulations of the ?AG      CandNCAA,aod
ence at the cokge. uni&~   and/or profes
rional lrwl and wth demorwtmted skills I”                  Head Football Coech. T,ffm Un,verr,ty IP             recruwwm       and development of compelitive           Graduate Assistant                                      .x5 expenence worlung 8” recreaLl*n re            rogram haso
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               E and Septem~r
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      15 in 1990 and beyond.
                                                           seebog     ualified applicants for the position      student athletes Qualifications                s
                                                                                                                                                       Bachelor’                                                            Pated f,eld Knowledge and ex nence m
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            developmy and wnplementmg r Imess. well.           There are .IYI possible open dates on No
                                                           of head 4 oofball coach. preference wll be           degree requwed, coachmg and playing errpe~                                                                                                                     wmber IO and November 17 ,n ,990 and
                                                           gwentocandidateswith       small collegecoach        nence preferred and the ability to recruit                                                                  ness and letswe sports pr ram E+enence
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ,n superws,on of personor “9 requwed Salary         beyond. Please co”Pcl. Roger Krkhart. DI
                                                                                        nence Poslllon 1s       Send letter of applk&,an.        resume. and a          Massach”setts/AmhersL         Qualif~cabdns.                                                            rector of Athlebcs. T,ffm Unwerr,         I55
                                                           available rnmediatefy                                minimum       of three letters of reference Lo                                                              commensurate       with qualifications  Forward
                                                                                                                                                                        ATC      B S./B.A. m Phystical EducaGorl or         letter of appkc,%~on. resume and three letters     Miam, Street Tifin. Ohto 44883 41xi 1447
                                                           non. resume. and 11s~ references to                  Office of Employee Relaoons. Lake Superior              related field preferred Duher Pnmary re                                                                 6444, en 252
                                                           fillet Vice Presidenl for Academic Affatrs.          Slate University. Admmtstratlon         Bwldmg,                                                             of r&renceto~Central      fis+o”n StziteLlniver
collegiate football program ~ recruiting, dis                                                                                                                                                       s
                                                                                                                                                                        sponslbikbes wth the Men’ and Women’        s       sity, Human Resource Cif~ce, Admmlsrrarlon         ub-‘ s      BaJlre&&f. Division I Tournament
c~~kne. manaqement           NCAA compkance.               Tifin Unwen~ty. T~ffm. Ohlo 44883.                   Sduh Sle. Matie. fichlgan 49783. Api;%                  Alhtelic Pro ram? Sbpond. Full Tulbon                                                                   Connectcut     Classr. December 8.9, t 990
                                                                                                                Deadhoe, January 15. 1990 An                                                                                Bwldm       190. Warrmsburg.       MO 64093. by
&denl     affairs-and academzs.       equipment            Fo&.aU. Hcsd Co&x          Lakeland College, a                                                               Wawr plus 4 7,wO stipend. Summer em                 kern %e r 20th CMW IS an EOE/M              Em      Guarantees avatlable       Contacl Ceno A”
management,        training, and strength de&              small. church r&led, kberalarts college, on            loyment Opport”nity/Affirmabve          Actlo”          loyment available 11dewed Appltcat~ons.                                                               riemma. Head Coach. 203/48647x
opment     Public relallons appearances and                a n,ral ce”,p”s. IS seelung candldaresfor     11l    &wloyer.                                                R us, qualrfy for acceptance lo Graduate            pl”Y=
med,welated       acbvlbes are ex,xcted as well            head football coachin        position, open for                                                              Schmt at the University of Massachuxtts.
as participation and coordwabon          of fund                                                                                                                        Amhers,      Graduate  Programs.     Exercise
mskng adwihes. Su rvision of all personrwl
r&ted Io football. sr nd letter of application.            of an NAIA Dw II progrem: aggresswr re               Volleyball                                                                                                  Open Dates
current resume. three current letters of pro.              cmitmen~ of student athletes: oversight of
fessiorwl reference. and B k%bng of rofes                         s
                                                           arhkre’ academic progress: effenwe pubkc             hi-Tlmiblk+ll           Coach. Newberry College         two references to. Robert                               s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            kbmm’      Bash&        - Appalachian Slare Un,
gtonal references bv December 15. 1 &9.10’                 relations wth varied publics. supervision of         (SC) se&x a part bme volleyball coach QuaI.                                                                         IS se&in     teams for the,r to”rnamenl
Dr. James Ptibula: Arhkbc Dwctor, Ship                     pm tmw ass.~swmtcoaches: and coordmabon              Ihcabonr. Bachelor’ degree requred Pas,
                                                                                                                                      s                                                                                     Nov
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ““‘2’ 3tNov       B 4 199QLcd       m
pensburg University, PA 17257.                             of new physical health faciliv. Po+sibte leach       bon prowdes a sbpend of 94.GGil to %$JOO                MAOtOO3.413/545.2            Graduare School        Contact Carol Almond 7o4,~6%.&?‘         =
Head F~i           Coech. To assume the man                ,ng and &ram            resp.,n;,b,l,bes  tler,ble                                                               kcabonr wll be forwarded to you. AA/            DMdon III h’   s     &ske&,fl.     Emory & Henry
                                                                                                                for a 9 monVl penad. Room and board may
agemrnt     and coaching ol a Dw~r~on 1.A
football program. Dwer Include, Organize
                                                           M.A.. coachmg experience. recr”,bng e-n.
                                                           ence. and commitment            to the continwng
                                                                                                                also be provided Respons,b,lnw         Orgawe
                                                                                                                and direct any aspects of the intercollegiale
                                                                                                                                                                        Cmd~k      Assl.stank in Fool&all ~ Unwenity
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            College weds two le.wm to complete Field of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Central Fidelity Clawc. Dee 1 & 2, 1990
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Physical Education
and provide the direction for the mrercolleg~              academ,c. personal. and physIcal develop             volk ball program         lnrewsted ap kcant~           of Califomla a~ Berkeley. a member of the           $l.ooO      “era”@?     Contact Bob Johnson.           Two tenure track pos~r~ans                    m
                                                           men, of st”dent.athktes           reqwed    hlary                                                            Paahc.10 Conference An Equal Op        rtunity
~~~~l~~~~~~~I:~du~~~~~~                                                                                         she” r d submit a resume with three r B erences                                                             Emory 2 Henry College, 703/944 3 I2 I                  PhysIcal      Education          begmnmg
                                                           competitive arrd dependent upon q”akfic&             tw Barbara Fayad. Dwcctor of Pwsonnel.                  Employer You must have a~ leaa a 5”0 grade
                                                           hens Ap kcabons accepted wxoediatety                                                                                                                             Foow.       Dhislon II or 111. Southern Connect        September        1. 1990
stdf of e,ght f”ll+me ass,stant coaches and                                                                     Newber       College. Newberry. South Carolina                                                              ~c”t State University has o n dates for Sept
four graduate assistan( coaches. recruiting.               and until llr e pn~tion is filled Dewed sbw7mg       29108 &~dtmr         December 12.1989 EOE                                                                                                                          1.   Assistant Professor - Area
                                                           date February I, 1990 To apply, send resume                                                                                                                      22.00 6andOn           13.1 & .andOn       12and
bud er management.      and overseeing the
                                                           with three letters of reference lo. Wlltlam
                                                                                                                Employer.                                               A&R&ed.      Desre 1 quaktycollegecoaching          kl    I9 1991 Please contact Ra DeFran                 of    specialization:   Teachmg
aca1 em,= development of the student+&                                                                                                                                  or athletic wammy expcnence I” a hl hly             rexo ai 20313974377           or 203/3J7d785           courses       in sport      studies         and
leles. Bachelor’ d ree reqwed, m.sle<s                     Kuchler. Laketand College Athlebc Director,                                                                  rompeuwe     Divlslon Ill athletic program. 9 Or.                                                          classes      an Pliys~cal Education
degree preferred. -79     oachmg expe”ence
the un,vers,ty level desired Demons!rared
                                                at         PO Box 359. Sheboy an. Wl 53082 0359.
                                                           An tqual Oppxtunry         t mpkyer
                                                                                                                prefened)    fi\ln~m”m two years’ combined
                                                                                                                                                                        lookmg to combme coachmy duaes wh
                                                                                                                                                                        reaching or exercise science laboratories
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Football. Dhisfan lfl. Emory & Henry Colt e
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 an open date for a home game Ofl 3.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            1990. with correspondin           date of Nov 2.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Actlvitv      Proaram. Additional
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   respo&bdlty-for            coachmg          the
ablkty to recruit academically and athld~cally                                                                  college teachinyfcodchmg.     Responeblkbes.            wokment?      Inkrwed in pursumg academlr           1991, away. Conrart Lo” d acker. Head Fool                  s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   men’ baseball team Do&rate
quaktied rtudenl alhktes. Knowledge of and                                                                      Orgamrer and worlds in conjunction        with          srudy m spolts med~ctne. spat         syrholog      ball Coach. 703/944 3121
commtment         lo compliance of NCAA OILS a
                                                           Soccer                                               eating    staff to conducl all phases of tJw            or teachm behdwor? Ithaca Col P      eye IS loo l   Womnh Ehhetball.          Central Michigan Un,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   I” Phvslcal Education and mlleoe
necessity Sala commensurate           wth erperi                                                                                                                        ,ng for a 9ew good students comrmned to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            wwy needr Dwwon I teams for Than
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   react&g experience reqwe?l
ence and qua117~cahon Send letter of applrw                                                                                                                             earn the M.S. degree in Physical Educabon                                                                  The successful candIdate must
bon. resume, and d IISI of references to Ur                Parl-Timc Mds Soccer Coach. Hunter Cd                                                                        and lake adv.ntage of several c”mc”lar/             ,ng Toumamenl        November 23 t 24.
                                                                                                                penrnce I” reachmg an~vlty courses such as                                                                  Guarantee plus roomy and meals Cowan                   show a strong       commitment     to
Allen E!ohl. Drectorof Athletics. Unwenl~of                lqe The athletic pr ram is accepting appll           aerobkcs and team handball IS also hl9hly               vork.related opportunities. Both thrsbz and
Toledo, Toledo. OH 43606. An Equal Oppor                   cauons from mdtvl3 ~1.1s to organtre and                                                                     non thcs,s plans of study are ava,lable Con                                     s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Weston. Women‘ Athletic Drecto~                teachtng. serwce. and research.
                                                                                                                desirdbk     Full rime. academlc.year appoint                                                               ?i, 7 74 6639.                                         Prewous    baseball    playing   and
r”n~ly/Afftrmatwe Acbon Employw                            administer            s
                                                                        the men‘ soccer team. Thor              menr. nomlenure track position Salary ram               tad Dr Craig Fisher. Divlslon of HPtR, Ithaca
Assistant Fool&U Coach (7           &ons swlle             ,nrl”dcs recru~rmg. managmg and coachmy                                                                      College. khsw NY 14850                              kn’ s f3azxLumall. Marvvllle Colleoe ITN) IS           coachmg    experwnce      at the col-
                                                                                                                mensurate with          rience and quakficabons.                                                            b&n       for a Division Cl learn to -lay m ihe
bfe). Available: December 1 4” 1989 hlar                            s
                                                           Bachelor’ d ree and prior coaching eqxri             528,884 10 250.4 2 Sbrhng datr Febma
                                                                                                                                   7                                                                                                                                               lege level preferred.
$2 I.540 mmwnum Qualificalions: Bxhelor s                  ence regr3      A$Bpolnwnent eflecu”e ,mme                                                                                                                       Coca e 01. Clasw. January 5 fTF 6.1991
                                                                                                                1990 Humboldt State Univenity 15an N CAX                                                                                                                           2.   Associate   or Assistant
                                                           dlatety    nd resume and three lenem of
Degree reqwed, Master’ referred. F’
                             s            rewo”~                                                                                                                        Miscellaneous                                                                ,Il,l.r../ !f
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       /., , /
                                                                                                                Division II, state suppoRed. non scholarrhip
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Professor - Area of speciali-
coaching experience on It e collegiate and/
or high school levels requwed Ability Lo
                                                           recommendation     tw Terry Wansart. Athkbc
                                                           Drector. Hunter College, Athletic Department
                                                                                                                program wth twelve men’ and women’
                                                                                                                swts      H.S.U. IS a member 01 the NCAC.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ; /I,_,. ,.‘
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       .,.. ‘ /‘                   zation: Teaching courses in er-
recruit quality student athletes a necessrty.              695ParkAven”e.    NewYork. NewYork 10021.            $.@&oo$smwked                deadlme January 5.         Gnuat    Misso”d    state   U~lty,      Warrens
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ‘,L, .,, J’                 ert~sa mence        and firness

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       I_ r .
                                                           AA/E0 Employer.                                                                                              burg. Missoun.     ,nwtes appkcations    for the
Responsibllilirs.      Coach assigned position
and ass,st ,n .I1 other phases of football
program Recnril asslgrwd area for prospec
                                                                                                                         se”     letter of appllcabon.    current
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            a                            ;-’ 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   courses in rhe actlvlly program,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   as well as involvement     in faculty
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   health  fitness    program      AddI-
tive student athletes Assist tith academic
counselmg for student athletes pan~c~pabn
                                                           Tennis                                                                                                                                                                                      -,.r. ’ II                  bona1 responslblhty      as Dlrector
,n the football program Pelforin addItiona 9
duben as assigned by Head Football CoMh                                                                                     OBERLIN                                     COLLEGE                                                                         ..                         of Human Performance Labora-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   forv and Coordinator of Phvsl-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ,,,11*,,1,                     cai    Educarlon
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Doctorate         m
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         exercise      science
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               TENNIS,BASEBALL,                                    and college teaching experience
              Ferris State University                                                                                                                                                                                         BASKETBALL,SOCCER,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   reqwed        The     successful
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   date must show a strong com-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   mltmenl      to leachmg

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                and serwce.
            Coach Pmgrammfor Campus
   HmdSoftball  and               Recreation                                                                                                                                                                                    HEADCOACHES                                        and demonsrrate excellence in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   research and scholarly    acttwfy

  FERRIS STATE UNfVERSITY          invites applicants for the posItIon                                 of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ANDSTAFF                                         Salary       commensurate     with
  softball coach/program coordinator     for campus recreation.                                                                                                                                                               Boy, ,ummer resldentlalcamp, Berkshire                  ualifications and experience.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Mtnc, W Mats Lxlcnsivc programs.                     7 he selectlon process will be-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   gin February 1, 1990 and will
  Responsibilities:   Administration   of DUJ II softball program                                      in                                                                                                                     knowledgeable   coacheswlrh greatenthu-              continue until the fxxltlon Is
  accordance with rules and regulatrons of the NCAA. Responsible                                      for                                                                                                                     s~asrn, excellcnr faclhtles. Sevenbaseball           fllled. Send currlcuium     vitae,
  unwerslty aquatic and fitness programs                                                                                                                                                                                      held, with dugouts, three pitching ma-                btter                L
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Of SDDkStiOl’          hlWCriDt
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              chlne,, ,rvr” ba\krthall COUIX, with
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                IWO                 and threir ’current’ letters bf
  Qualifications:      B.S. in Physical Education,      Recreation,  Leisure                                                                                                                                                  lights: four soccerfields; I7 tenniscourts.           recommendation     to:
  Studies, Sports Management          or related field. Must have previous                                                                                                                                                    seven clay. IO hard su&ce. pool and                           Dr. Tlm Blown
  collegiate CCWX~~II~    experience,   American    Red Cross certification,                                                                                                                                                  lakefront; lacrossefield. Nice accommo-                   ChairlAthletlc  DlFector
  WSI and lifeguard trammg instructor. Fitness programming expenence                                                                                                                                                          dations for fam~licr Room ’board/ rravcl                 Department of Physlcal
  preferred.                                                                                                                                                                                                                  allowance.Excellcnr salary and wortmg                     Education and Dance
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              condluons.Call or wme: Camp Winds,                           Skid more College
  Compensation:             Commensurate                 with expenence           and ability.                                                                                                                                                                                       Saratoga Sprlngs, NY 17.866
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              5 Glen           N.Y.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Mnmnroneck, 10543;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              914/381-983.                                                  An afftrmatwe       actIon/
  Nominations  or applications contaming                          current     resumes       should    be                                                                                                                                                                         ,equal opportunity          employer, M/F/
  sent by December 18, 1989, to:
                                       Dean Davenport
                                     Director of Athletics
                                    Ferris State Unlverslty
                                     Big Rapids, MI 49307                                                                                                                                                                     ASSISTANTTOTHEEXECUTIVEDIRECTO
                         Affirmative     Action/Equal             Opportunity                                                                                                                                                        WOMENSDIVISION

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            NJCAA EXECUTIVE OFFICES
                    TJlKCVXRSITYOF                                                                                   UNIVERSITY                               OF ARKANSAS                                                                                       colorado springs, co
 THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MILWAUKEE,                 Division of Student                                                    HEAD SOCCER COACH
 Affairs, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. isseekmg an energetic,                                                                                                                                                     The National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA),
 public relations-oriented  candidate for a 12-month position                                                                                                                                                                 located in Colorado    Springs, Colorado, seeks to fill the
                                                                                                                 RESPONSIBILlTlES:            Full-time, 1Zmonth          appointment.     The
 Major responsibilities    Include. ability to direct and manage a Division                                      Head Coach will report directly to the Women’ Athletic      s                                                position of Assistant to the Executive Director-- Women’  s
 I sporis Information office. To include reportmg and maintaining ret-                                           Director.    Duties include, but are not limited to, budget                                                  Division. The NJCAA serves approximately 550 member
 ords of all sports statistics. arrangmg Interviews and promoting publi-                                         management,        recruiting.     effective on-field teaching        and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              schools, both men and women, and sponsors twenty-nine
 city, coordinating   marketmg for radio and television, reporting sports                                        coaching,     scheduling,      contest management,            monitoring of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              National Championships for men and women.
 results. selling all advertising for sports publications, preparing media
 guides, supervising and training statlstlclans. preparation and distnbu-                                        student-athlete     development          both athletically    and academi-                                   Duties:                                          s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Responsible for the NJCAA Women’ Division,
 bon of news letters, assist athletics director in planning banquets and                                         cally, and public relations with local youth soccer programs.                                                serving as staff liaison for the twenty-four regions of the
 special events Assist In booster club and fund-raistng efforts.                                                 Coaches are responsible            for adhering to the policies,                                             country which arc served by the NJCAA, the NJCAA
                                                                                                                 procedures, and regulations of the Women’s Athletic                                                          Coaches Associations, affiliated NGBs of the NJCAA, and
  UWM is a rapidly growmg Division I athletics program that offers                                               Department,      The University        of Arkansas,    the Southwest                                         committees of the NJCAA. Major responsihihty lies in the
  challenges and creativity in the highly competitive major sports media
  market of Milwaukee, Wtsconsin.                                                                                Conference      and the NCAA.                                                                                coordination of all NJCAA computer systems/ networks,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              including both word-processing and data-base. The Assistant
  Applicant should possess experience In publicity of a Division I basket-                                       QUALIFICATlONS:       Applicants  should demonstrate     a sincere                                           IO the Executive Director also assumes responsibility for
  ball program Proven ablhty to communicate     effectively with major city                                      commitment    to the advancement     of women’ athletics in
                                                                                                                                                               s                                                              coordination of the National Championships of the NJCAA
  and natlonal media. Have a working         knowledge     of NCAA rules                                         general and women’   s soccer in particular.    Bacheloh                                                     with assistance to Tournament Directors with regards to
  governing sports and player publicity. Active membership In COSIDA.                                            degree required.     Master’ degree preferred.
                                                                                                                                            s                      Two years                                                  softgoods, trophies and awards. Willingness to travel a must.
  Experience In desktop publishing, word processmg and data based
  software.                                                                                                      successful  coaching    as head or assistant coach required.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Qualifications: Candidates for this position should possess at
                                                                                                                 SALARY:         Commensurate            with experience            and qualifications                                        s                           s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              least a Bachelor’ Degree, with a Master’ Degree preferred.
  QlJ~CM’ I~                      s                         s
                          Bachelor’ degree required, mastel’ preferred.
  Three years’ expenence m sports information       at the mtercollegiate
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Candidate should also have experience in the administration
  level or extensive experience In a closely related field.                                                      APPLICATIONS:      Application  deadline is January 30.                                                      of community college or collegiate athletics/ physical education
                                                                                                                 Position available  March 1. Send letter of application, res-                                                programs. Excellent computer and commumcatlon skills a
  SALbEYz         Commensurate           with qualifications.                                                    ume, supporting    materials, and phone numbers of three ref-                                                must.
  -cdlpIoII                DIUD-:                December              15.1989.                                  erences to:                                                                                                  Starting      Salary: Commensurate with cxperiencc.
  Applicants      should send letter of application,                        including     names      and                                    Melissa Harwood-Rom                                                               Applications: Send resume and cover letter mdlcatmg                                      qualili
  telephone      numbers of three references, to’                                                                                        Women’ Athletic Department
                                                                                                                                               s                                                                              cations for position by Dcmbembcr 30, 1989, to:
                                        Bud K. Haldet                                                                                            Barnhill Arena                                                                                George E. Killian, Executive Director
                                      Athletic Dlrector                                                                                   The University  of Arkansas                                                                      National Junior College Athletic Association
                                 Department of Athletics                                                                                      Fayetteville,         AR 72701                                                                              P.0. Box 7305
                           University of Wtsconsin-Milwaukee
                                        PO Box413
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Colorado Springs, CO 80933-7305
                                                                                                                 The University of Arkansan is an Equd Opportumty and Affirmabttn A&on
                                    Milwaukee, WI 53201                                                          Employer. The Unlvernity Is ~ovmmed by civil riphk law. including Tie IX o(                                                                 The NJCAA    is an EOF.
                                                                                                                 the Education Amcndmenb      of 1972 and Section 501 of Me Rehabllitabon *cl of
          UW-MILWAUKEE          IS an Athrmdwe           ActwnlEqual     Opporlunlty    Employer                 1973. as amended.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Women       and minorities encouraged              to apply
 24       THE NCAA NEWS/December              4,198s

 Division II’ Bailey                                                                         Coaches pick all-America team
 joins I-A all-stars
     Texas A&I senior Johnny Bailey
                                                                                          Running backs dominate the
                                                                                       19X9 Coaches Choice Awards
                                                                                       announced November 30 by the
                                                                                       American Football Coaches As-
                                                                                                                                     touchdowns (65) and rcgular-
                                                                                                                                     season scoring (394 points), and
                                                                                                                                     he claimed the single-game rush-
                                                                                                                                                                               Bailey holds or shares a com-
                                                                                                                                                                           bined 143 NCAA,         Lone Star
                                                                                                                                                                           Conference and school marks.
                                                Brigham Young; Joe Garter-i, Colo-                                                   ing mark November I I with 377
 joined elite company November 30               rado; Chris Port, Duke, and Eric                              s
                                                                                       sociation and Domino’ Pizza,                  yards against Big Ten Conference      The Houston native has rushed
  when he was named to the Football             Still, Tennessee; kicker Jason Han-                 s
                                                                                       the program’ sponsor. Texas                   rival Wisconsin. Thompson piled       for 3.6 miles during his career
  Writers Association of America’        s      son, Washington; kick returner ~~           s
                                                                                       A&I’ Johnny Bailey is the first               up 5,299 career yards and aver-       (6,320 yards) and has amassed
   I989 all-America       team. Bailey          Raghib Ishmael, Notre Dame.            two-time winner in the awards’                aged 4.6 yards a carry.               almost 4.5 miles in all-purpose
 joined former Mississippi Valley                                                      history.                                          Thompson earlier was named        running (7,803 yards). Eleven
                                                Defense      -Linemen-         Moe
  State star Jerry Rice as the only                                                       Bailey (College Division I),               the Walter Camp player of the         times     the equivalent of a full
                                                Gardner, Illinois; Tim Ryan, South-
  non-Division   I-A players ever se-                                                           s
                                                                                       Indiana’ Anthony Thompson                     year by the Walter Camp Foot-         season-~ Bailey has gained at
                                                ern California, and Chris Zorich,
  lected by FWAA members.                                                              (Division  1-A) and Simpson’   s              ball Foundation.                       least 200 yards in a game.
                                                Notre Dame; end/outside         lint
     “Johnny is the first player from                                                  Ricky Gales (College Division                 Friesz
                                                backer-Alfred       Williams,  Cola-
  Division II ever named to the team,”                                                 II) claimed three of the four                     In 36 games as a starter, this    Gales
                                                rado; inside linebackers-Andre
 said Volney Meece, FWAA execu-                                                        awards, with Idaho quarterback                senior from Coeur d‘       Alenc,        Gales, from Des Moines,
                                                Collins, Penn State; Keith McCants,
 tive director. “I’ ve been involved                                                   John Friesz earning the Division              Idaho, averaged 305.6 offensive       Iowa, really did have a career in
                                                Alabama, and Percy Snow, Michi-
 with the program for I7 years, and                                                    IIAA honor.                                   yards a contest. During his career,   only two seasons (I9 regular-
                                                gan State; defensive backs     Mark
  I’ sure .Jcrry (Rice) is the only                                                    Thompson                                      he earned 24 school records, IX       season starts) at Simpson. He
                                                Carrier, Southern California; Todd
 other non-Division I-A player we’       ve                                               A senior from Terre Haute,                 Big Sky Conference records and        piled up 3,326 yards and scored
                                                I,yght, Notre Dame; Chris Oldham,
 selected. WC started looking (at                                                      Indiana, Thompson this season                 live NCAA Division I-AA ret           44 touchdowns. As a senior, he
                                                Oregon, and ‘ liipp Wellborne, Mich-
 non-Division I-A student-athletes)                                                    set NCAA career records for                   ords.                                 averaged 6.X yards in 297 carries.
                                                igan; punterr Tom Rouen, Colo-
 after we missed Walter Payton.”
     Payton played at Jackson State.
     Joining   Bailey on the 1989
 FWAA all-America team are offen-
 sive headliners like Houston’ Andre
 Ware and Anthony ‘ hompson 01
     Defensive all-Americas on the
 FWAA team include Todd Lyght

 and Chris Zorich, Ishmael’ team- s
 mates at Notre Dame, and Alabama
 inside linebacker Keith McCants.
 Notre Dame’ Orange Bowl oppo-

                                                                               Tackle Europe.
nent, Big Eight Conference cham-
pion Colorado,        also had three
players named by the football wri-
tcrs ~ offensive lineman Joe Car-ten,
dcfcnsive end/outside          linebacker
Alfred Williams and punter Tom
Rouen.                                                                                                                              Football Abroad Is Hot And
     Following is the complete 1989
FWAA all-America squad.
                                                                                                                                    WORLDTEK Can Make It Happen
Offense-      Wide receivers Clark-
                                                         WORIDTEK       is the
                                                                                                                                    For Your Team, Too.
ston Hines, Duke, and Tcrance Ma-                                                            c
this, New Mexico; quarterback                            Official Travel Agency
 Andre Ware, Houston; running                            For NCAAla,           A                                                    On October 28,1989, the University of Rhode
backs-.Johnny       Bailey, Texas A&l;                                                                                              Tsland and Villanova University will meet in their
Emmitt Smith, Florida, and An-                                                                                                      traditional Yankee Conference football matchup.
thony Thompson, Indiana; center ~                                                                                                          s
                                                                                                                                    What’ the big deal? They’ re meeting in Italy.
 Michael Tanks, Florida State; line-
men       Mohammed            Flewonibi,                                                                                            It’ WORLDTEK
                                                                                                                                       s                TRAVEL’ s   Mihno Kickoff CZussic,
                                                                                                                                    bringing   American   football to northern Italy for the
Worship services                                                                                                                    first time ever. And are they excited about it!
scheduled for                                                                                                                       Football is finding a whole new world of fans
                                                                                                                                    abroad, and that means a groat opportunity       for you
Dallas Convention                                                                                                                   and your team to join in this fantastic program.
   A schedule of Sunday worship
services will be posted at the I990                                                                                               WORLDTEK is the sponsor and organizer of this
Convention in Dallas.                                                                                 7                         , and other games abroad, and is looking for collc-
   Roman Catholic and Protestant                                                                                                  giatc football teams to participate for the 1990
services have been scheduled for-
mally for the first time at the request
01 delegates, although services have
                                                                                                                            Q   4
                                                                                                                                  season. It means an all-expense paid trip for the
                                                                                                                                  team (your administration        will like that), a fantastic
                                                                                                                                  visit to Europe for players and fans (on special fan
been conducted informally at past
Conventions.                                                                                                       \              package tours), and a chance for everyone involved
   The Catholic service will be from                                                                                              to take part in a once-in-a-lifetime      sporting event.
8 to 8:30 a.m. and the Protestant
service from 9 to 9:30 a.m. January                                                                                             .
                                                                                                                                    If you, as Coach or Athletic Director, have an
7. Both servrces will be in the Con-
                                                                                                                                    interest in participating in WORLDTEK’ “Football
vention’ media interview room.                                                                                              L
   The Rev. Robert Braunreuther,                                                                                                    Abroad” program for next season, call Andy
who serves as faculty athletics rep-                                                                                                Mooradian at WORLDTEK today. Toll free l-800-
resentativc at Boston College, will                                                                                             I   243-1 723. It may be the most important call
conduct the Catholic services and                                                                                                   you ever make for your team and your school.
Norm Sonju, general manager of
the Dallas Mavericks professional
basketball team, will preside at the                                                                                              WORLDTEK.
Protestant service.
                                                                                                          ti                      When it comes to sports travel,
Awards on TV                                                                                                                        re
                                                                                                                                I we’ the one name
   ESPN will present live the 1989
Walter Payton and Eddie Robinson
awards, given annually to the out-
standing player and coach in Division
I-AA. ESPN will cover the announce-
ment of the winners during half time
of the NCAA Division I-AA FootbaIl
Championship final December 16.
   Past Payton Award winners are                          111 Water Street, New Haven CT 065 11 Tel. (203) 772-0470
Kenny Gamble, Colgate University,
and David Meggett, Towson State                           Call Toll Free l-800-243-1723
University. Marc Duffner, Holy Cross
College, and Bill Russo, Lafayette
College, have won Robinson awards.

   News quiz answers: I-False. 2-
(c). 3-(d). 4-(c). 54b). 64a). 7-False.

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