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PACE 16 PRESS-REPUBLICAN TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21,1995 TUESDAY, NC NFL standings Buffalo Miami Indnplis New Englnd NY Jets Pittsburgh Cincnnati Cleveland Houston Jacksonvle Kan City Oakland Denver Seattle San Diego Dallas Phila Arizona NT Giants Washington Green Bay Chicago Minnesota Tampa Bay Detroit Atlanta Son Fran Si Louis Carolina New Orleans W 8 6 6 4 2 W 7 4 4 4 3 W 10 8 ' 6 5 4 W 9 7 3 3 3 W 7 6 6 6 5 • w 7 7 6 5 • 4 L 3 5 5 7 9 L 4 7 7 7 8 I 1 3 5 6 7 L 2 4 8 8 8 L 4 5 5 5 6 L 4 4 5 6 7 T 0 0 0 0 0 T 0 0 0 0 0 T 0 0 0 0 0 T 0 0 0- 0 0 T 0 0 0 0 0 T 0 0 0 0 0 By The Aisoclattd PrtM All Tlmit EOT National Football Ltigut Expandtd Gltnc* AMERICAN CONFERENCE Pet 727 545 545 364 182 Pet .636 364 ,364 364 .273 Pet 909 727 545 455 364 PF 223 275 210 177 163 East PA 198 225 210 242 285 Home 5-0-0 3-3-0 3-2-0 2-4-0 2-4-0 Ctntral PF 277 269 201 231 184 PF 265 271 249 249 196 PA 242 277 244 223 250 Wast PA 161 187 201 273 238 Home 4-2-0 1-5-0 2-4-0 1-4-0 1-4-0 Home 6-0-0 4-1-0 5-1-0 3-2-0 2-3-0 Away 3-3-0 3-2-0 3-3-0 2-3-0 0-5-0 Away 3-2-0 3-2-0 2-3-0 3-3-0 2-4-0 Away 4-1-0 4-2-0 1-4-0 2-4-0 2-4-0 NATIONAL CONFERENCE Pet 818 636 273 273 273 Pet 636 545 545 545 455 Pet .636 636 545 455 364 PF 319 235 171 199 East PA 202 248 289 246 227 268 p nH tr> \f PF 277 297 262 175 260 \ PF 241 294 201 202 205 si III «; PA 236 269 249 191 264 (Vast PA 226 160 236 213 252 Home 4-1-0 4-2-0 2-3-0 2-3-0 3-3-0 1 1 Home 4-1-0 3-3-0 4-2-0 4-2-0 4-1-0 Home 5-1-0 3-2-0 4-1-0 3-2-0 3-3-0 Monday's Game Away 5-1-0 3-2-0 1-5-0 1-5-0 0-5-0 Away 3-3-0 3-2-0 2-3-0 2-3-0 1-5-0 Away 2-3-0 4-2-0 2-4-0 2-4-0 1-4-0 AFC 6-3-0 6-3-0 4-4-0 4-4-0 2-7-0 AFC 5-3-0 4-6-0 3-5-0 3-5-0 3-5-0 AFC 7-1-0 5-2-0 4-3-0 3-5-0 3-6-0 AFC 3-0-0 1-2-0 1-2-0 0-3-0 0-4-0 AFC 2-0-0 2-1-0 2-0-0 2-2-0 1-1-0 AFC 2-1-0 2-1-0 0-1-0 2-1-0 2-0-0 NFC 2-0-0 0-2-0 2-1-0 0-3-0 0-2-0 NFC 2-1-0 0-1-0 1-2-0 1-2-0 0-3-0 NFC 3-0-0 3-1-0 2-2-0 2-1-0 1-1-0 NFC 6-2-0 6-2-0 2-6-0 3-5-0 3-4-0 NFC 5-4-0 4-4-0 4-5-0 4-3-0 4-5-0 NFC 5-3-0 5-3-0 6-4-0 3-5-0 2-7-0 Dlv 4-2-0 3-3-0 4-2-0 3-2-0 1-6-0 Dlv 4-2-0 3-3-0 2-3-0 3-4-0 3-3-0 Dlv 5-0-0 2-2-0 2-3-0 1-4-0 3-4-0 Dlv 3-1-0 4-1-0 1-4-0 2-3-0 2-3-0 Dlv 4-2-0 3-3-0 2-4-0 1-2-0 3-2-0 Dlv 3-2-0 3-2-0 4-3-0 2-3-0 2-4-0 San Francisco 44. Miami 20 Thursday, Nov. 23 .Minnesota at Detroit, 12:30 p.m. Kansas City at Dallas, 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 26 Miami at Indianapolis, 1 p m New England at Buffalo, lpm Cincinnati at Jacksonville, lpm Chicago at New York Giants, lpm Philadelphia at Washington, 1 p m Tampa Bay at Green Bay, lpm Denver at Houston, 4pm New York Jets at Seattle, 4 p.m Pittsburgh at Cleveland, 4 p.m St Louis at San Francisco, 4 p.m Atlanta at Arizona, 4 p.m. Carolina at New Orleans, 8 p.m. Monday, Nov. 27 Oakland at San Diego, 9 p.m. NBA standings NHL standings National BMkttbatl Association All Tlmtt EST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet OB New York S 2 800 — Orlando B 2 800 - Mlamt 5 2 ,7U r/» New Jersey 4 5 444 3VJ Boston 3 5 375 4 Washington 3 5 375 4 Philadelphia 2 6 250 S Cantral Division Chicago 7 1 875 — Atlanta & 3 66? >v> Indiana 5 3 625 3 Detroit 3 5 375 4 Charlotte 3 7 .300 5 Toronto 3 7 300 5 Milwaukee 2 6 250 5 Cleveland 2 7 222 5'/i WESTERN CONFERENCE Mldwsst Division w L Pet aa Houston B 1 888 — Utad 9 2 B18 - San Antonio 6 2 750 l'/» Dallas 5 4 556 3 Vancouver 2 8 200 6'/i Minnesota 1 7 125 6'/i Denver 1 8 111 7 Pacific Division Sacramento 7 3\ 700 — L A Clippers 6 4 600 1 L A Lakers 6 l 600 I Seattle 6 4 600 t Phoenix 4 5 444 2'/, Portland 3 6 333 3v> Golden State 3 7 300 i Sunday's L*t« Osmss Atlanta 10B, Sacramento 94 L A Lakers 109, L A Clippers 68 Monday's Oamss Houston 96, Boston 93 Orlando 101, Golden State 95 Utah 1Q5, New Jersey 79 L A Clippers aT Portland, (n) Tuesday'* Damns Seattle at Toronto, B p m cnicago at Dallas, 8:30 p m Atlanta at Denver, 9pm Portland at L A. Lakers, 10:30 p.m Rockets 98, Celtics 93 HOUSTON (98) Horry 4-8 6-7 16, C Brown 4-9 2-2 10, Ola- luwon 10-26 4-5 24, Drexler 514 7-9 18, Smith 3 5 2 3 9, Bryant 2-3 1-2 6, Etie 0 1 00 0, Casseil 5 115 6 15, Chllcutt O 0 0-0 0 Totals 33 77 38 33 9B BOSTON (93) RaO|3 5 14 3 6 13, Fox 4-10 3-4 12, Morv trojs 2-7 0-2 4, Wesley *-7 0 0 11, Minor 1017 l 1 21, Barrot 4 9 0-0 11, Williams 2-tl t-2 5. Elhson 4-6 0 2 6, Douglas 3-10 1-5 B. Bu r rough 0 00 0 0 Totals 3B-91 9-22 93. Houston 31 21 23 23-90 Boston 21 31 22 19-9 3 3 Point goals—Houston 411 (Horry 2-4, Smith 1 2, Orexler 1 4, C.Brown 01), Boiton 8 15 (Wesley 3 5, Barros 3-7, Fox 1 \. Douglas l 7) Fouled out—None Re- bounai—Houston 53 (Horry 15), Boston 63 (Radja 17) Assists—Houston 9 (Chllcutt 3), Boston 22 (Douglas 7) Total fouls— Houston 20. Boston 27 A—18,250 (18,600), Magic 101, Warriors 95 GOLDEN STATE (95) Mullin 1016 0-0 23, Smith 313 6-6 12, Seikaiv 9-16 1 2 19, T Hardaway 3-15 01 6, Sprewell 1 i 00 2. Armstrong 3-4 2 J B, Gatl ing 2 4 0 I 4, Roner 0 1 0-0 0, Barry 7-7 1-3 19. Marshall 14 0 0 2, Wood 00 0 0 o Totals 39 84 10 15 95 ORLANDO (101) Scott 11-20 3-4 37, Royal 0-5 4-4 4, Koncak 1 3 0-0 3, A Hardaway 11-22 6-9 29, Anderson 818 4 4 20, Wolf 4-5 0-0 8, Shaw 1-6 00 3, Vaughn 4-7 00 8. Bowie 03 00 0 Totals 40- 8B17 31 101 Gold.n Stats 19 29 20 27- 95 Orlando 24 28 20 29-101 3 Point goals—Golden State 7-19 (Barry 4 4, Mullin 3-4, Armstrong 0-1, Marshall 0-1, Sprewell 0-2, T Hardaway 0-7), Orlando A- 15 (Scott 2-4, Koncak t-1. A.Hardaway 1-3, Shaw 0 1, Anderson 0-6) Fouled out— None Rebounds—Golden State 50 (Seikaly 11), Orlando 52 (Koncak 10) Assists— Golden State 32 (T Hardaway 13), Orlando 34 (Snaw 9) Total fouls—Golden state 13, Orlando U A — 17,2*8 117,346) Jazz 105, Nets 79 NEW JERSEY (79) Brown t 7 6 8 U, GUham 5» 3 4 13, Dare 3 5 2 4 8, Edwards 3 9 0 0 7. Cniids 4-10 ll 9, Williams 1 5 79 9, O'Bannon 0-4 2-3 3, Anderson 17 2 6 4, Manorn 0-3 0-0 0, Walters 3 U 3 2 9, Glass 2-7 0 0 4 Totals 26 80 35-36 79 UTAH (105) Benoit 5 10 00 11, Ma lone 5 11 34 U, Osteriag i I 0 0 3, Morris 9 15 13 22, Stockton 2 5 4-4 9, Carr 3 4 5-5 9, Hornacek 410 4-4 13, Foster 3-fl 5-5 9. Watson 0-3 0-0 0, Keete 6-11 4-4 16, Russell o 3 0 0 o, Tool son 00 0-0 0 Totals 36-81 26 28 105 Ntw Jvrssy 19 15 17 28- 79 Utah 32 24 23 26-10 5 3 Point goals—New Jersey 219 (Ed- wards I 3, Walters 1-6, Glass 0-3, O'Bannon 0-3, Child* 0-5), Utah 714 (MoMi 3-5, AAalone I 1, Stockton 1-2, Hornacek 13, Benoit 13, Foster 01) Fouled out—None Baseball AL Gold Gloves 1M5 AL Q old Olovt Awards By Ths Associated Prtu First oa«e — J T. Snow, California Second base — Roberto Alomar, Toronto Third bate - Wade Bogg», New York Shortstop — Omar Vliquel. Cleveland Outfield - K«n Griffey, Jr., Seattle; Kenny Lofton, Cleveland; Devon White, Toronto Catcher — Ivan Rodriguez, Texai Pitcher — Mark Langston, California Nations! Hocksy Laagu* All Times E8T EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L T Pts OF OA Florida 15 5 1 31 75 51 Philadelphia 12 6 4 28 77 52 N Y Rangers 11 7 2 24 69 60 New Jersey 10 7 2 22 54 46 Washington 9 9 1 19 50 52 Tampa Bay 5 10 4 14 56 76 N Y Islanders 3 13 2 I 46 7B Northuit Division Pittsburgh 11 3 3 25 84 45 Montreal 12 7 0 24 62 51 Buffalo 9 9 1 19 62 57 Hartford • 7 10 1 15 42 56 Boston i 9 3 IS 61 65 Ottawa \ 6 13 0 12 SO 73 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division W L TPti OF QA Detroit 11 5 2 24 71 47 Toronto 10 4 3 23 64 58 Chicago 9 6 3 21 70 61 Winnipeg 9 a 2 20 72 70 St Louis B 9 2 16 46 54 Dallas 6 7 5 17 50 54 Pacific Division Colorado 13 4 2 28 77 53 Los Angeles 10 5 5 25 76 63 Anaheim 10 11 0 20 71 65 Vancouver 5 9 6 16 72 92 Edmonton 5 10 4 14 49 77 Calgary 3 13 4 10 43 74 San Jose 2 U 4 8 57 93 Monday's Oamss Montreal 4, Hartford 3, OT Colorado at Edmonton, (n) Tutsdsy'a Qamss Winnipeg at Boston, 7:30 p.m. Pittsburgh at N.Y. Rangers, 7:30 p m. Loi Angeles at Philadelphia, 7:30 p.m. San Jose at Washington, 7:30 p.m New Jersey at Florida, 7:30 p.m. St Louis at Toronto, 7:30 D.m Anaheim at Calgary, 9:30 p m ' Canadiens 4, Whalers 3 Hartford O 1 2 0-3 Montreal 0 1 2 1-4 F irst Period— None Penalties—Kucera, Har (holding). 1:31; Odeiein, Mon, misconduct. 7:36; Sanderson, Har (hook mg), 8' li; Koivu. Mon (interference), 12 36; Brashear, Mon (interference), 1S:53; Glynn, Har (interference), 17:23; Wesley, Har (interference), 17:29 Second Period—1, Hartford. Smyth 1 (Kron, Kuceia), 10:53 (pp) 2, Montreal, Turgeon 9 (Brlsebois, Recchl), 17:19 (pp) Penalties—Wesley, Har (roughing), 3:07; Daniels, Har, match, 9:08; Quintal, Mon, mlnor-ma|or (cross-checking, fighting), 9:08; Smyth, Har (interference), 14:3B. Third Period—3, Montreal, Savage 16, 2:56. 4, Hartford, Sanderson 4 (Cassels, Rice), 4:37 5, Hartford, Rice 4, 15:23. 6, Montreal, Damphou&se 7 (Petrov, Odeiein). 16:27 Penalties—Janssons, Har (Holding), a: 15; Sure, Mon (holding), 1i:io; Recchi, Mon (hooking), 18:03. Overtime—Montreal, Stevenson 2 (Sav- age), 3 1 13 Penalties—None Latest line By J. McCarthy Last Saturday, our college football Best Bet Tennessee -25 lost, running the season Best Bet record to 15-9- The overall college log now stands at 32-27. No games tonight are worthy of a Bett Bet, so our staff will study hard to find a point-spread winner for tomorrow's action. NFL Favorll* Points Underdog Thursday DETROIT 3 (45) Minnesota DALLAS 9</> (42) Kansas City Sunday Miami 2 (43) INDIANAPOLIS BUFFALO 6 (39) New England Chicago I 1 /* (41) NY GIANTS GREEN BAY 8 (40) Tampa Bay Philadelphia ' 3(43) WASHINGTON Cincinnati 3 (42) JACKSONVILLE SAN FRAN 10 (42) St. Loull Pittsburgh 5'/i (40) CLEVELAND Denver 3'^ (41) HOUSTON Atlanta 3Vi (43) ARIZONA SEATTLE 6V. (42) NY Jet* NEW ORLEANS 4</i (41) Carolina Monday Oakland J'/i (43) SAN DIEGO Collsgt Football '-' Pavorlts Points Undsrdog Thursday GEORGIA TECM 2 Georgia TEXAS 6 Baylor Friday North Carolina 7 N X STATE Boston College 3'A RUTGERS Purdue 4 INDIANA NEBRASKA 33 Oklahoma WEST VIRGINIA 13 Pittsburgh ARIZONA STATE 3 Arizona Saturday MIAMI FLA 6 Syracuse Ohio State 9v> MICHIGAN FLORIDA 3 Florida State Penn State 7 MICHIGAN ST TENNESSEE 38 Vanderbllt WISCONSIN 3 Illinois IOWA to Minnesota MISSISSIPPI ST 37> Mississippi Texas A6.M 10 T.c U. B y u 3 FRESNOST Wyoming Of TEX-EL PASO Texas Tech 21 HOUSTON SAN DIEGO ST 4 Colorado St Air Force 10V, HAWAII NBA Favorite Points ' Undardog Seattle 6'/i TORONTO Chicago 5 DALLAS DENVER 3 Atlanta LA LAKERS 5'/, Portland ^ NHL Favorite Goals Undtrdog NY RANGERS Even •/, Pittsburgh PHILADELPHIA 1 I'/» Los Angeles TORONTO Even-v, st Loull BOSTON i-i'/, Winnipeg WASHINGTON P/i-2 San Jose FLORIDA Plck'tm New Jersey CALGARY Pick'em Anaheim Homa Turn In CAPS (C) 199S TRIBUNE MEDIA SERVICES, INC. w . .44 ...40 ...40 ...3S ...31 . .18 ...27 . .21 1 21 25 25 30 34 37 3« H Area sports TODAY Mtn's bulMttMll Clinton CC at Pittsburgh State JV. 7 p.m. Jefferson CC at North Country CC, 7 p.m. Boy*' bukatbdl Schroon Lake Tip-Oft Tournament Contortion Wlllsboro vs. Westport, 7:30 p.m. Old*' baeketball Schroon Lake Tip-Off Tournament Consolation Wlllsboro vs. Ellzabethtown, 6 p.m. Recreational baeketball Mldae Mudhene Baeketball League Mwrlsonvllle Elementary School TC Sports/Little Caesar's vs. Bull's Recreation, 7:30 p.m. Corrado's Construction vs. Taco Bell. 8:30 p.m. Midas Mudhens vs. Custom Canvas. 9:30 p.m. Malone Adult League Crossroads vs. The Store, 6 p.m. Chateaugay Bowl vs. Dabiew's, 7:15 p.m. Twin Flags vs. Z-Bar, 8:30 p.m. Men'e hockey North Country CC at Hudson Valley CC, 7:30 p.m. Pool results Kaauvilla Wadnaaday Night Standing! through Nov. 19 Taama Barnstead II Doc't I... Keesevlile Bowling Center Friendly Tavern I .. Barnstead I. . Knotty Pine Doc's II Friendly Tavern II Rasults Doc's I 10, Barn I 3 Barn II 10, Doc's II 3 Friendly t 9, Keesevlile Bowling Center 4 Knotty Pine 10, Friendly II 3 Transactions Mondty'a Sports Transactions By Tha AMortstad Pr* w BASEBALL Amtrlcan Lasgu* BALTIMORE ORIOLES — Purchased the contracts of Aaron Lane, Calvin Maduro and Garrett Stephenson, pitchers; B.J. Waszgls, catcher; Juan Bautltta and Brad Tyler, infleiders; and Scott McCain, third baseman, from Rochester of the Interna- tional League. Claimed Oscar Munoi, pitcher, otf waivers from the Minnesota Twins. BOSTON RED SOX - Signed Kevin Ken- nedy, manager, to a one-year contract ex- tension through the 1997 season, and Tim Johnson, bench coach, to a two-year con- tract through tne 1997 season. Promoted Dave Carlucci, bullpen catcher, to bullpen coach. Purchased the contracts of Ryan McGuire, first baseman, and Rafael Oretlano, pitcher, from Trenton of the Eastern League, and Rich Betti, pitcher, from Fort Myers of the Florida State League. CLEVELAND INDIANS — Purcnased the contracts of Maximo Del. a Rosa, Daron Klrkrelt and Jeff Sexton, pitchers, and Enrique Wilson, shortstop, from Klnston of the Carolina League; Steven Kline and Casey Whltten, pitchers, and Damlan Jackson, shortstop, from Canton-Akron of the Eastern League; and Pep Harris and Jim Lewis, pitchers, from Buffalo af the American Association. DETROIT TIGERS - Claimed Micah Franklin, outfielder, and Jeff McCurry, pitcher, off waivers from the Pittsburgh Pirates. MILWAUKEE BREWERS — Named Chris Bando third base coach. OAKLAND ATHLETICS — Purchased the contracts of Willie Adams, pitcher; Steve Cox, first baseman; and Jason McDonald, infielder, from Edmonton of the Pacific Coast League, and Scott Spezlo, third baseman, and Brian Lesher, outfielder, frorr Hunfsvllle of the Southern League. Sent Scott Baktr and Miguel Jimenez, pitcher, and Eric Helfand, catcher, ou'.rlght to Edmonton. SEATTLE MARINERS — Purchased the contracts of Dean Crow, pitcher; Raul Ibanei, catcher; and Andy Sheets, In- fielder, from T acorn a ol the Pacific Coast League and Sat Urso, pitcher, from Port City of the Southern League. TEXAS RANGERS — Purchased the con- tracts of Chris Curtis, Jed Davis and Kerry Lacy, pitchers, (rom Oklahoma City of the American Association. TORONTO BLUE JAY8 — Purchased the contracts ol Marty Janien, Mark Slevert and Mike Gordon, pitchers; Tom Evans and O.J Boston, Infleiders; Julio Mos- quera, catcher; and Angel Ramirez, out- fielder, from Syracuse of the international League Sent Brad Cornett, pitcher, outright to Syracuse National Lavgu* CHICAGO CUBS — Purchased the con- tracts of Brooks Kieschnick, outfielder, from Iowa of the American Association; Robin Jennings, outfielder, from Orlando of the Southern League; Vee Hightowner, outfielder, from Rockford of the Midwest League; and Jason Maxwell, Kevin Orle and Bobby Morris, Inflelders, and Wake Walker, pitcher, from Daytona of the Florida State League. COLORADO ROCKIES - Traded Joe Gtrardl, catcher, to the New York Yankees for Mike DeJean, pitcher, and a player to be named. Agreed to terms with Walt Weiss, shortstop, on a two-year contract. FLORIDA MARUNS - Purchased the con- tracts of Antonio Alfonseca, Bill Hurst, Jarod Juelsgaard, Joel Adam son and Bryan Ward, pitchers, from Charlotte of the International League, and Andy Larkln, pitcher; Edgar Renterla, short- stop; and Billy McMlllon, outfielder, from Portland of the Eastern League. HOUSTON ASTROS, — Named Brent Strom pitching coach and Rick Sweet coach MONTREAL EXPOS — Purchased the contracts of Steve Faltelsek and Alex Pacheco, pitchers, from Ottawa of the in- ternational League, and Nell Weber, pitcher, from Harrlsburg of the Eastern League NEW YORK METS - Signed Chris Nadholz, Joe Ausanio, Steve Dixon and Rick Reed, pitchers; Luis Rivera, in- fielder; and Kevin Roberson, outfielder Sent Ricky Otero, outfielder, outright to Norfolk of the International League. PITTSBURGH PIRATES - Sent RICK White, Dennis Konuszewskl and Gary Wilson, pitchers, outright to Calgary of the Pacific Coast League. Purchased the con- tracts of Matt Ryan, Marc Plscotta, Matt Ruebel and Chris Peters, pitchers, Jer- malne Allensworth, Trey Beamon and Charles Peterson, outfielders, and Jason Kendall, catcher, from Calgary SAN DIEGO PADRES - Purchased the contracts of Brad Kaufman, pitcher, from Memphis of the Southern League; Joey Long, pitcher, and Jorge Velandfa, In- fielder, from Las Vegas of the Pacific Coast League. Released Phil Plantler, out- fielder. SAN FRANCISCO (HANTS — Purchased the contracts o) Steve Bourgeois, pitcher; Keith Williams, outfielder; and Bill Mueller, third baseman, from Phoenix of the Pacific Coast League; Ricky Pickett, pitcher, and Jay Canliaro, shortstop, from Shreveport of the Texas League; Chris Singleton, outfielder, and Brett King, ihortstop, from San Jose of the California League BASKETBALL National Baikttb.li Association PHILADELPHIA 76ER8 — Released Elmer Bennett, guard. Signed Greg Grant, guard. FOOTBALL National Football League MINNESOTA VIKINGS — Placed Chris Hinton, tackle, on Injured reserve. Signed Ashley Sheppard, linebacker. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS — Released Maurice Hurst, cornerback. Activated Carlos Yancy, cornerback, from the prac- tice squad HOCKEY National Hockay League ANAHEIM MIGHTY DUCKS - Recalled viacheslav Butsayev, center, from Baltimore of the AHL. LOS ANGELES KINQ8 - Recalled Kevin Brown, right wing, from Phoenix of the IHL. Placed Robert Lang, center, on the injured list. OTTAWA SENATORS - Fired Rick Bowness, coach, and Alain Vigneault, assistant coach. COLLEGE AUSTIN PEAY — Announced the resigna- tion of Mike Hester, assistant football coach. Reassigned Charles Huff, defensive coordinator and linebackers coach, to sec- ondary coach. CALIFORNIA - Fired Keith Gllbertson, football coach. COE — Named David Cruise women's basketball coach. FDU.MADISON — Named Tiffany Ullrich women's assistant basketball and soccer coach; Jodl Sot ana women's assistant volleyball and softball coach; and James Kammerman men's assistant lacrosse coach. JAMES MADISON - Announced the res ignation of Mary Harrington, women's volleyball coach. MANHATTAN ~ Announced the contract of Bohdan Shashkewich, men's soccer coach, win not be renewed. Adu!t hoops Malone Adult League Stsndlnoa ADhrMon Mitchell Flooring 2 0 1.000 Coca-Cola 2 01.000 ClntmaPUia 1 1 .500 Chat«auo»y Bowl 1 t .500 DabltWi Market 1 1 .500 Jtan's Qutk Stop 0 2 .000 B Division NuMed 2 0 1.000 Wagner's 2 0 1.000 The Store 1 1 .500 Crossroads 0 2 .000 Marsden Trophy 0 2 .000 S L S Smoke o 2 .000 COMtlon Brunei's Body Shop 2 01.000 ' Mike's Archery Barn 2 01.000 Jons I 1 .500 Doc's Rocklei 1 1 500 Sideline! t 1 .500 Tru-Stitch 1 I .500 Adirondack Cards 0 2 .000 D Division Chateaugay-Atiantlc I 1 .500 No. Franklin Credit l * .500 Twin Flags 1 1 -500 Fleming's Furniture l 1 -500 Jammers l ) 500 2-Bar 1 1 500 Pro image o 2 ooo Monday, Nov. 13 Mike's Archtry Barn 7S Tru-Stllch 70 (OT) Steve Berry had 27 points and 17 re- bounds as Mike's won the C Division mat- chup. Bob Polrler and Greg Spauldlng each had 13 points and Ed Pritchard and Jamie McGraw each had 11. Pat Tulloch led Tru- Stitch with 23 points and 20 rebounds. Bob Andrews had ts points and Chip Bordnlck had \S. Doc's Rockies 82 Adirondack Card* S3 Roger Wltcox had a 30-polnt, 16-rebound effort at the Rockies gained their first win. Steve Boyer added u points and John Peikey had 10. For the losers, Mark La Flesh had 13 points and Fred Hughes had 12. Wagner's Market 74 S 4 S Smoki Shop 69 Matt Suslce had 18 points and 20 re- bounds as Wagner's held off S & S Smoke In a hard-fought contest. Dar Kelley had 17 of both points and boards and Lee Susice had 10 points. Chip George tallied 35 points In tht losing cause. Rod Tar bell added a doien and Brian Herne had 10. Tuesday, Nov. 14 Brunelli'a Body Shop 71 JonsS4 Brent Trombley and Rob Leclerc had 27 and 20 points, respectively, as Brunette's went to 2-0. For Jons, Brad Marshall had 14 points. Rod Polrler had is and Randy Mar- shall had ll. NuMed 71 Chataaugay Bowl 63 Ernie Reid held the hot hand for the win- ners as he fired in six three-pointers among his 39 points. For Chateaugay, Steve An- sary had 20 points, Mike Martin had u and Bo Thurman had 10. Jammtrs 74 Chataaugay*Atl*ntlc 57 Mike Dumas converted 20 of 33\free- throw attempts as his 28 points and 24 re- bounds led Jammers to Its first win. Jim Hedon added 17 points and Fred Decker had U For the losers, Shawn Rankin had 13 points, Terry Dow had U and Craig Dumas and Darren Cook both had 10. Thursday, Nov. 16 The Stor* 82 Jaan's Qulk Stop 73 Chad Hodgeklnson had 39 points, six assists and five steals to lead The Store to its first win. Al Trim added 16 points and Bubba Gate had ll . For Jean's, Ernie Pa- quln had 25 points and IS rebounds, Clint Cowan had 17 and Chris RHey had 16 Ullchill Flooring 80 Crossroads 73 Bobby Knaggs had 19 of his 23 points In the second half and hauled down 14 re- bounds as Mitchell Flooring went to 2-0. Tom Lacey added 20 points and seven assists and Wayne Palmer had n points. Jason Trombley paced the Crossroads with 27 points. Jason Barrett added 15 points, Mike Allen had 14 points, seven assists and six steals and Jeff Martin had 10 points. 2-Bar 77 Pro image «7 Joel Oustin had 17 points and 17 rebounds as the Z-Bar won a game that featured 59 total fouls and 92 trips to the foul line. Ron Letfler added 15 points., Mark Raville had 13 and Al Grytebust and Wayne Leffler each had a dozen. Kevin Dame had 15 points for Pro Image and Ken Wilson had 13. Saturday, Nov. 18 Fleming's Furniture 81 No. Franklin Credit Union 67 Chris Rogofsky had 15 of his 21 points In the second half as Fleming's came from behind for its first win. Terry Bombard had five three-pointers among his 19 points. Dean King had 13 points and Bob Rundalt had 1?. Mike McDonald had 27 points In the losing effort, Adrian MayvUle had 72 points and 19 rebounds and Dean Rabldeau had 10 points and eight assists. Sldfellrws 67 Twin Flags 46 Tony Lamlca and Carson LaPage each had 19 points as Sidelines picked up its first win. Lum Jefferson added 13 points, 14 re- bounds and five blocks while Rich Trombley had 10 points. For Twin Flags, Dean Barney had 18 points and James Snyder had U rebound^. Coca-Cola 90 Clnama Plaza 86 Mark Bfckelhaupt drilled a three-pointer with 15 seconds lett to ice the-win in this A Division clash. Kevin Walbrldge led the winners with 26 points, Scott Tudman had 15 points, 14 rebounds and three blocks and Tim Lamay and Bickelhaupt both had 15 points. Tim Narrow led the losers with 28 points and nine assists, Corey Morgan had 11 points, Dlalo Brown had 14 and Kyle Matott had 12. DabUw's Marktt 67 Marsden Trophy 63 Erich La Belle's hoop with 25 seconds lett broke a 65-65 tie as Dabiew's escaped with the win. Mike Gardner topped the winners with 20 points, LaBelle had 13, Mike Boyea had l l and Todd Soulia had 10. For Marsden Trophy, Matt Tlmmon* had 21 points and 14 rebounds, Brian Nlcklaw had 19 paints and Brett Yando had 12 points and 13 rebounds. College hoops IN THE BLEACHERS by Steve Moore AP Top 25 Tht Top Twtfity Ftv* By Ttw AuoclaUd Pnt* Tne top 15 tBimi In The AMocl»1ed Prtu ' college basketball poll, with first- place votei In parentheses, records through Nov. 19, total points based on 25 points lor a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote, and previous ranking: Record Pta Prv 1. Kentucky (43) 0-0 1,H7 1 2. Kansas (IB) 0-0 1.540 2 3. Vlllanova 0-0 1,374 3 4. UCLA (4) 00 1,331 4 5. Georgetown 2-0 1,324 5 6. Connecticut 0-0 1,235 t 7. Massachusetts 0-0 1,122 7 » Utah 0-0 933 10 9. Mississippi St. 0-0 925 9 10. Iowa 00 911 • 11. Wake Forest 0-0 «52 11 12 Memphis 0-0 »07 13 13. Louisville 0-0 767 12 14. Maryland 0-0 75» 15 15 Missouri 0-0 707 14 14. Michigan 2-0 673 17 17 Virginia 0-0 594 19 18 Stanford 00 539 1» 19 Arlrona 2-0 436 — 20. North Carolina 0-0 39S 20 21 Cincinnati 00 384 21 22. Virginia Tech 0-0 309 22 23. Indiana 0-0 243 23 24. F>urdue 0-0 220 24 25. Georgia Tech 20 212 — Other receiving votes: Arkansas 197, California lot, Washington St. 41, Oklahoma 46, Duke 42, Santa Clara 35, Tulane 35, W. Kentucky 16, Illinois 13, Sy- racuse II , Minnesota 10, Arllona St. 9, Georgia I, Marquette I, St. John's 7, George Washington 6, New Mexico 6, LSU 5, Old Dominion 4, Pittsburgh 4, Rice 4, Texas 4, Nebraska 3, Ohio U. 3, Oklahoma St. 3, Ark. Little Rock 1, Hawaii 1, Illinois St. 1, Miami, Ohio 1, Penn St. 1, South Florida 1. Preseason NIT ByTheAwoclatadPraea AIITimeaEST Samlflnala Al Ntw York Wednaaday, Nov. 22 Michigan vs. Arllona, 6:oo p.m. Georgia Tech vs. Georgetown, a:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 24 Al New York Third Place Semifinal losers, 7 p.m. Champlonahip semifinal winners, 9:30 p.m. Women's Preseason NIT Women'a PreneaBon National Invitational Tournament Sunday, Nov. 1* Samlflnala Colorado 74, Texas A& M 6a Arkantas 96, Ohio St. 90 TuMday.Nov. 2! SKoTBA Third Place Ohio St. vs. Texas A& M Champlonahip Arkansas vs. Colorado \As broadcasting injuries go, this one looks to be pretty much career-ending.\ APTopZS College football The Top 25 •y The AuoclaUd Pnn The Top Twenty Five teams In The Associated Press college football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Nov. IB, total points based on 25 points for a first-place -vote through one point for a 25th-place vote, and previous ranking: Record Pts Pv 1 Nebraska 144) 1000 1,529 1 2. Ohio St. (13) 1100 1,477 2 3. Florida (5) 1000 1.451 3 4. Northwestern 101-0 1,326 5 5. Tennessee 910 1,315 4 6. Florida St. 9-1-0 1.262 6 7. Notre Dame 9-2-0 1,152 S I. Colorado 9-2-0 1,101 9 9. Texas 1M 1,043 10 10. Kansas St. 9-2-0 934 7 11. Kansas 9-2-0 147 15 12. Oregon 9-2-0 818 16 13. Virginia Tech 9-2-0 743 20 14. Penn St. 7-3-0 729 19 15. Texas AIM 7-2-0 484 IB 16. Auburn 8-3 0 643 21 17. Southern Cal 8-2-1 528 11 IB. Michigan 8-3-0 476 12 19. Virginia 8-4-0 390 13 20. Washington 7-3-1 358 22 21. Alabama 8-3-0 288 17 22. Syracuse 8-2-0 2»s 23 23. Arkansas 8-3-0 243 14 24. Clemson 8-3-0 217 24 25. Miami 7-3-0 107 25 Others receiving votes: Toledo 53, Michigan St. 39, UCLA 30, Arllona St. 20. Stanford 19, East CaroMna 14, Texas Tech 9, Baylor 3, Nevada 1, San Diego St. 1 Division I schedule Collage Football Schedule All Times EST Thuraday.Nov. 13 EAST Sacred Heart (O-O) at St. John's, NY (3- 6), 10:30 a.m. SOUTH Georgia (5-5) at Georgia Tech (6-4), 11 a.m. Tuskegee (p-1) at Alabama St. (6-3-1), 2 p.m SOUTHWEST Baylor (7-3) at Texas (8-1-1), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 24 EAST Boston College (3-8) at Rutgers (4-6), 11 a m Pittsburgh (2-8) at west Virginia (4-6), 4 p m SOUTH North Carolina 15-5) at N. Carolina St. (3-7). 11 a.m. MIDWEST Purdue (3-6-1) at Indiana (2-B), 11 a.m. Oklahoma (5-4-1) at Nebraska (1O-0), 2:30 p.m. FAR WEST Arizona (5-5) at Arllona St. (6-4), 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 25 SOUTH Florida St. (91) at Florida (10-0), 1 p.m. Vanderbllt (2-8) at Tennessee (9-1), 1 p.m Southern U. (9-1) at Grambllng St, (5-5), 2 p.m. Grambllng St. (5-5) at Southern u. (9-1), 2p.m. MISSISSIPPI 15-5) at MISSISSIPPI St. (3-7), 2:30 p.m. Syracuse (8-2) at Miami (7-3), 4 p.m. Florida A&M (B-2) at Bethune-Cookman (3-7), 5 p.m. Bethune-Co'okman (3-7) at Florida AS.M (B-21,5p.m. MIDWEST Ohio St. (110) at Michigan (8-3), 12:30 p.m. Penn St. 17-3) at Michigan St. (6-3-1K 1 p.m. Illinois (5-5) a t Wisconsin (4-5-1), 2 p.m. Minnesota (3-7) at Iowa (6-4), 2:05 p.m. SOUTHWEST Texas Tech (7-3) at Houston (1-8). 1:07 p.m. Texas A&M (7-2) at Texas Christian (6- 4), 3 p.m. Wyoming (5-5) at Texas-El Paso (2-9), 5 p.m. FAR WEST Brlgham Young (6-4) at Fresno St. (5-6), 5 p.m Colorado st (7-3) at San Olego St. (8-3), 5:05 p.m Air Force (7-4) at Hawaii (4-6), 1:05 a.m. Division I-AA poll HUNTINGDON VALLEY, Pa. (AP) — The top 25 teams In the Sports Network Division I-AA football poll, with records through Nov. 19, first-place votes In paren- theses, overall points and previous rank- Ing: Record Pts Prv l.McNeese State (7«) 11-0-0 2069 1 2. Appalachian State (4) 11-0-0 1983 2 3 Troy State (1) 1100 1900 3 4. Murray State 11-0-0 1802 4 5. Stephen F. Austin 9-1-0 1724 5 6. Marshall 9-3-0 1666 6 7. Delaware 10-1-0 1558 8 8. Montana ' »-2-0 1439 9 9. Hofstra 10-10 1364 7 10. Eastern Kentucky 9 2-u 1323 10 11. Southern 9-1-0 1232 11 12. Eastern Illinois 10-1-0 1169 12 13. James Madison B-3-o 1034 13 14. Jackson State 9-2-0 loll 14 IS Georgia Southern 8-3-0 BS6 17 16. Florida A&M 8-2-0 871 15 17. Idaho * 40 645 25 IB. tilorthern Iowa 7-4-0 630 22 19. William & Mary 7-4-0 583 20 20. Richmond 7-3-1 375 18 21. Boise state 7-4-0 374 16 22. Northern Arizona 7-4-0 287 23 23. Connecticut 8-3-0 254 — 24. Indiana state 7-4-0 235 19 25. Middle Tenn st 7-4-0 .118 24 Sports on TV Live, same-day and delayed national TV sports coverage for Tuesday, Nov. 21 (tchedule subject to change and-or black- outs): (All tlm*t Caitarn) TUESDAY, NOV. 21 7 p.m. ESPN — NCAA basketball, Maul Invita- tional, semifinal, at Maul, Hawaii. 7:30 p.m. MSG - NHL, Pittsburgh at N.Y. Rangers ESPN3 - NHL, Los Angeles at Philadel- phia 8 p.m. TNT - NBA, Seattle at Toronto. e:30 p.m. PRIME — Woman's college basketball, Preseason NtT, championship game. 9 p.m. USA — Boxing, Chris Byrd vs. Phil Jackson lor vacant USBA heavyweight championship; Joseph Klwanuka vs. Thomas Tatt for vacant WBU middle- weight charfiptonshlp, at Auburn Hills, Mich. 9:30 p.m. ESPN — NCAA basketball, Maul Invita- tional, semifinal, af Maul, Hawaii. Copyright 1995 World Features Syn- dicate, inc. Division I-AA playoffs NCAA Division I-AA Football All Times EST First Round Saturday, Nov. 25 Hofstra 110-1) at Delaware (lo-l). 12:30 p.m. Jackson state (9-2) at Marshall (9-2), 1 p.m. James Madison (8-3) at Appalachian State tno>,i p.m. Northern Iowa (7-4) at Murray State (HO), 2p.m. Eastern Illinois OO-D at Stephen F. Austin (9-1), 2 p.m. Eastern Kentucky (9-2) at Montana (9-2), 2 p.m Georgia Southern (8-3) at Troy State OV0), 2:30 p.m. Idaho (6-4) at McNeese State 01-0), 8 p.m. Division II NCAA Oivlslon II Football First Round Saturday, Nov. 18 Ftrris State, Mich. 36, Millersvllle, Pa. 26 New Haven, Conn. 27, Edinboro, Pa. 12 North Alabama 38, Albany State, Ga. 2B Carson-Newman, Tenn. 37, West Georgia 26 plttsburg State, Kan. 36, Northern Col- orado 17 North Dakota State 41, North Dakota 10 Texas A8.M-Klngsvllle 59, Fort Hays State, Kan. 28 Portland State, Ore. 56, East Texas State 35 Quarterfinals Saturday, Nov. 25 Ferris State, Mich. (11-0) vs. New Haven, Conn. (10-0-1) North Alabama (11-0) vs. Car- son-Newman, Tenn, (9-2) Plttsburg State, Kan. (lo-o-l) vs. North Dakota State <10-2) Texas A&M-Kingsvllle (101) vs. Portland State, Ore. (8-4) Division III NCAA Division III Football First Round Saturday, Nov. tft Mount Union 52, Hanover 18 Wheaton 63, Wittenberg 41 Wisconsin-Lacrosse 45, Concor- dia-Moorhead, Minn. 7 Wisconsin-River Fatls 10, Central, Iowa 7 Washington S. Jelferson, Pa 35, Emory & Henry, Va, 16 Lycoming, Pa. 31, Widener, pa. 27 Rowan, N J, 46, Buffalo State, N Y 7 Union, N.Y. 24, Plymouth State, N.H. 10 Quartsrilnals Saturday, Nov. 25 Mount Union, Ohfo(lt-O) vs. Wheaton, III. (100) WIs Lacrosse (11-0) vs. Wisconsin-River Falls (9-2) Washington & Jefferson (9-0) vs. Lycom- ing, Pa. (B-2) Rowan, N.J. (8-2-1) vs. Union, N.Y. (9-1) Lambert polls Lambert-Mtadowlands Awards Polls By The Associated Press Voting results for the Lambert- Meadowlands Awards, presented to the top football teams In the Northeast, with first- place votes in parentheses, records through Nov. 19, and total points based on a 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 scoring system: Division I-A Record Pts 1. Virginia Tech (6) 9- 2-0 69 2. Penn State 7- 3-0 60 3 Syracuse (1) 8- 2-0 56 4. Miami 7- 3-0 53 5. West Virginia 5- 5-0 36 6. Army 4- 5-1 35 7. Rutgers 4- 6-0 24 8. Navy 5- 5-0 22 9. Boston College 3- 8-0 21 10. Temple MO-0 6 DMtlon I-AA 1. Delaware 15) 2. Hotstra (4) 3. James Madison 4. Princeton 5. William 8. Marv 6. Connecticut 7., Rhode Island 8. Darimoutn 9 Lehlgh 10. Richmond 10-1-0 10-1-0 t-3-0 8-1-1 7-4-0 8-3-0 7-4-0 7-2-1 8-3-0 7-3-1 86 84 72 52 51 42 33 28 16 13 Dlvltlon II Final 1. New Haven, Conn. (5) 10-0-1 SO 2. Millersvllle, Pa. 5-1-1 41 3. Edinboro, Pa. 9-2-0 40 4. Bloomsburg, Pa. 9-1-1 38 5. Indiana, Pa. 8-3-0 31 4. Sipperv Rock, Pa. 7-4-0 23 7. S. Connecticut State 8-3-0 15 8. Stonenlll, Mass. 9-2-0 11 9. Kutltown, Pa. 6-4-0 10 10. Bentley, Mass. 10-1-0 B Divlilon III 1. Wasf. *• J«« • p a 16) 9-0-0 90 2. Union. N.Y. 9-10 75 3. Allegheny, Pa. 9-1-0 63 4. Rowan, N.J. 8-2-1 60 s. Lycoming, Pa. 8-2-0 55 6. Plymouth State, N H. (1) 9-1-0 42 7. Buffalo State, N.Y. 9-2-0 30 B. Williams, Mass. 7-0-1 24 9. SDrlngtleld, Mats. 9-2-0 22 10. RPI, N.Y. 8-2-0 9 Late NFL sum Chiefs 20, Oilers 13 Houston . 0 6 0 7—13 Katuu City 3 7 0 10-20 First Quarter KC-FG Elliott 47, 11:49. Second Quarter KC—Slaughter 3 PHI from Bono (Elliott Kick), :05. Hou—Sanders 1 pass from Chandler (pass failed), 14:14. Fourth Quarter KC-FG Elliott 21, 6:45. Hou—Sanders 40 pass from Chandler (Del Greco Kick), 11:14. KC—Collins 34 fumble return (Elliott kick), 14:45. A—77.5M. First downs Rushes-yards Passing Punt Returns Kickoff Returns Ret. Lost Interceptions Comp-Attlnt Sacked Yards Punts Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession Hou 16 31-105 1S9 4-53 565 t-0 1V-38-3 0-0 6-42 2-1 8-70 32:32 KC 11 26-66 115 4-6 3-44 3-43 13-30-1 1-7 7-45 1-1 5-35 27:28 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Houston, R.Thomas 25-58, T.MCNalr 4-44, Chandler 2-3. Kansas City, Allen 18-49, Anders 3-13, Hill 5-4, Bono 1 Imlnus 1), Vanover l-(mlnus l) . PASSING-Houston, Chandler 19-3B-3- 189. Kansas City, Bono 13-30-1-122. RECEIVING—Houston, Jefflres 5-54, Wycheck 5-44, Sanders 4-60, R. Thomas 3)1, T.McNaIr 2-30. Kansas city, slaughter 3-30, Anders 3-22, Cash 215, Hughes 2-12, walker 1-15, Davis 1 12, Dawson 1-13, Allen 1-4. MISSED FIEL D GOALS-None. Pittsburgh State (3-3) Octobtr 2 at Elmlra • 0 Princeton , 8 Nov«mt»r 4 at Oswego , 5 7 at cortland s 8 at Buffalo State 1 \0 at Fredonla 3 Ordinal Classic 24 West Point vs. Holy Cross 4:00 24 Pittsburgh vs. Bentley 8:00 25 Consolation 4:00 25 Championship 8:00 btcsmbur 1 Brockport 7:oo 2 Geneseo 7 :<H> 5 at Williams 7:30 8 Potsdam ':0O January Colby Classic 5 Plttsbrgh vs. Nw Englnd 4:00 5 UMass-Drtmth vs. Colby 7:00 6 Consolation 4:00 6 Championship 7:00 15 RIT 7 :°° 13 Elmira ?:0O 16 at Bowdoln 7:00 20 McGill T-0\ 26 Oswego 7:00 27 Cortland 7:00 February 2 Buffalo State 7:00 3 Fredonla 7:00 9 at Brockport 7:00 10 at Geneseo 7:00 13 at Potsdam 7:00 17 Hobart 7:00 SUNYAC Standings Tsams (overall) w I t pt gf ga 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 3 0 3 0 8 20 11 6 29 14 6 20 12 4 21 19 4 16 17 2 13 23 4 9 14 0 5 23 Potsdam (60) Pittsburgh (3-3) Oswego (3-4) Fredonla (5-3) Cortland (4-3) Brockport (2-4) Geneseo (2-5-1) Buffalo State (2-7) 0 4 Nov. 14 result! Geneseo 2, Hobart 2 Nov. 17 results Pittsburgh 8, Buffalo State 1 Potsdam 5, Fredonia4 Oswego 6, Geneseo 3 Cortland 6, Brockport 5 Nov. 18 results Plattsburgh 10, Fredonia 3 Potsdam 6, Buffalo State 1 Cortland 2, Geneseo 1 Oswego 6, Brockport 0 Tonight's games Canisius College at Buffalo State, 7 p.m. Cortland at Hamilton, 7 p.m. Friday's games Bentley at Plattsburgh State, 8 p.m. AIC at Potsdam College, 7 p.m. Saturday's game Army/Holy Cross at Plattsburgh State Leading scorers Player, school g a pt 5 11 Jeff Lupu, Fredonla Mark Kotary, Oswego Stephan Bourbonnais, Plat Francois Albert, Fredonia Jeff Azar, Plattsburgh Daryn McLean, Potsdam Trevor Carrieron, Cortland Steve Moffat, Plattsburgh Brad Preston, Fredonia Jeff Johnson, Potsdam Steve Naughton, Potsdam Jay Hebert, Oswego LA. Ross, Plattsburgh Armand Latulippe, Plat Nathan Sunday, Potsdam Pat Duggan, Oswego Mark Hagan, Cortland Goaltendlng Player, school gp gas pet. w 11 Carl Antifonario, Os3 2.33 .944 3 0 0 Derek Rabold, Gen 2 2.52 .929 0 2 0 David Dragone, Pot 4 2.75 .929 3 0 0 Tim Ague, Geneseo 2 3.87 .897 1 1 0 Jeff DeSantis, Br 2 3.50 .868 1 1 0 Alan Rooney, Bf St 3 5 14 .867 0 3 0 Pat O'Neil, Platt 4 3.80 .863 3 1 0 Paul DePuydt, Cort 4 4.18 .856 2 1 0 Eric Przykuta, Fr 3 4.58 .850 1 1 0 Jim Sorrentino, Br 2 8.00 .792 0 2 0 Team power plays Team Plattsburgh Oswego Potsdam Cortland Fredonia Geneseo Brockport Buffalo State gf 8 7 6 • 7 5 5 6 2 adv 24 22 21 29 27 27 34 27 Team penalty killing Team Oswego Geneseo Potsdam Brockport Buffalo State Fredonia Cortland Plattsburgh Division I kills 32 24 22 21 24 18 20 13 poll no. 36 28 26 26 32 25 28 20 pet. .333 .318 .286 .241 .185 .185 .176 .074 pet. .889 .857 .846 .778 .750 .720 .714 .650 TROY (AP) — Top ten teams In the NCAA Division I men's Ice hockey poll publlsr»ed by the Troy Record, with first- pi act vote* in parentheses, records through Nov. 19, total points based on 10 points for a first-place vote in rough one point for a loth-place vote, and previous ranking: Record Pts Pvs 1. Boston U. (17) 6- 1-0 273 1 2. Colorado Coll. (6) 7- 0-3 263 2 3. Michigan (4) B- 1-0 242 3 i. Vermont 6- 1-1 160 4 5. Minnesota 8- 3-1 150 8 6. W. Michigan 8- 2-0 110 9 7. Maine 7- 3-2 106 6 8. Lake Superior St. 8- 2-0 97 7 9. Bowling Green 6- 2-1 94 5 10. Denver 7- 2-1 61 10 Other receiving votes: Michigan St. 21, Providence 13, North Dakota 3, New Hampshire 1, Mass.-Lowetl 1. ECAC EMUrn Collaga Athiitic Conftnnc* W L T Pt. QF OA Cornell 3 o » 7 r is 9 Vermont 3 0 1 7^ 14 *\ 7 Harvard 3 11 7 21 14 Clarkson 3 0 0 A 16 6 St. Lawrence 2 10 4 17 12 Colgate 112 4 9 u Brown 13 1 3 14 19 RPI 1 1 0 2 B 5 Union, N.Y l i o 2 B 7 Princeton 13 0 2 12 19 Dartmouth 0 4 0 0 8 is Yale 0 4 0 0 5 20 OVERALL RECORDS: Cornell 3-1-1, Ver- mont 6-1-1. Harvard 311, Clarkson 4-3-0, \ . Laurence 4-3-0, Colgate 2-4-2, Brown l- 31, RPI 3 s-0. Union, N.Y. 2-3-1, Princeton 1-4-0, Dartmouth 0-5-1, Yale 2-4-0. Friday's Qam » Colgate 3, Dartmouth 2 Cornell 2, Vermont 2, tie Princeton 3, Brown 2 Harvard 5, Yale 2 Saturday'* Qamta Vermont 3, Colgate 0 Cornell 4, Dartmouth 3, OT Harvard 4, Princeton 3 Brown 5, Yale 1 Clarkson 6, St. Lawrence 4 RPI n. Air Force 2 Sunday'! Oama RPI 9, Air Force 1 Tutaday, Nov. 21 Yale at Princeton Harvard af New Hampshire Merrimack at RPI Cornell at Boston U. Friday, Nov. 24 Clarkson at Boston College •Harvard at Northeastern St. Lawrence at Boston U. Providence at Union, N.Y. Vermont vs. Mass.-Lowell In Governors' Cu'p»tOrono, M ) Princeton at OttawrTai(rniment Saturday. Nov. 25 Colgate at RPI Brown at Providence Clarkson at Boston U. St. Lawrence at Boston College Vermont vs. Maine or New Hampshire In Governors' Cup at Orono, Maine Princeton at Ottawa Tournament Sunday, Nov. 26 Northeastern at Yale Tuaaday, Nov. 28 Brown at Maine at Portland, Mains Boston College at Harvard Wtdnaaday, Nov. 29 Dartmouth at Vermont Scoring Player, school gp g a pt Brad Konik, Harvard 5 3 8 11 Eric Perrin, Vermont 4 3 7 10 Todd White, Clarkson 3 4 5 9 Brian Jardine, Brown 5 5 4 9 Brad Chartrand, Cornell 4 5 3 8 Matt Cooney, Cornell 4 3 5 8 Burke Murphy, St. Law 3 5 2 7 Chris Lipsett, Clarkson 3 2 5 7 J.C. Ruid, Vermbnt 4 3 4 7 Mike Flynn, Brown 5 3 4 7 Derek McLaughlin, SLU 3 2 4 6 Jonathan Kelley, Prin 4 4 2 6 Ryan Mulhern, Brown 5 2 4 6 Goaltendlng Player, school gp gaa Tim Thomas, Ver 4 1.71 Eddy Skazyk, Cor 3 1.95 Dan Murphy, Clar 3 2.00 Ptr Zakowch, Har 1 2.00 pet. w 11 .948 3 0 1 .906 2 0 1 .918 3 0 0 .919 1 0 0 .922 1 1 1 .906 1 1 0 Dan Brnzavch, Col 3 2.'26 Mik Tamburro, RPI 2 2.51 Hockey East Hockay Eaat W L T SO Pta OF QA Providence 6 1 1 0 32 30 19 Boston U 4 1 0 0 20 33 Jfi Mass Lowell 4 1 0 0 20 22 IB Maine 3 2 2 1 20 37 33 Massachusetts 3 3 0 0 15 27 29 Merrimack 2 5 I 0 12 24 27 N.Hampshire 1 3 2 1 10 19 28 Boston Coll. 1 4 1 1 8 13 25 Northeastern J 5 1 1 B 19 30 NOTE: Five points for victory, two points for tie and one additional point for Shootout victory OVERALL RECORDS: Providence 7-2-1, Boston U 6-1-0, Mass.-Lowell 6-1-2, Maine 7-3-2. Massachusetts 4-3-0, Merrimack 3-5- l. New Hampshire 3-4-2, Boston College 2- 61, Northeastern 1-6-1 . Tuaaday, Nov. 14 Boston U. 5, Maine 2 Mass.-Lowell 5, Merrimack 3 Frlday'a Oamaa Maine 5, Boston College 0 Mass Lowell 2, Northeastern Merrimack 4, New Hampshire 2 Providence 7, Massachusetts 5 Saturdays Oamaa Maine 4, Boston College 0 Mass. Lowell 4, Northeastern 2 Merrimack S, New Hampshire 2 Providence 4,\Massachusetts 1 Tuaaday, Nov v 21 Harvard at New Hampshire Merrimack at RPI Cornell at Boston U. Friday, Nov. 24 Clarkson at Boston College Providence at Union, N.Y. St Lawrence at Boston U. Harvard at Northeastern Mass.-Lowell vs. Vermont in Governors' Cup at Orono, Maine Maine vs. New Hampshire In Governors' Cup at Orono, Maine Saturday, Nov. 25 St. Lawrence at Boston College Merrimack at Ottawa Tournament Brown at Providence Clarkson at Boston U. Air Force at Massachusetts Princeton at Ottawa Tournament Mass.-Lowell vs. Maine vs. New Hamp- thire in Governors' Cup at Orono, Maine Maine vs. Mass.-Lowell or Vermont In Governors' Cup at Orono, Maine Sunday, Nov. 26 Northeastern at Yale Tuaaday, Nov. 26 Brown vs. Maine at Portland, Maine Boston College at Harvard CCHA Cantral Collaglata Hockay Aaaoclatlon W L T Pta QF QA W. Michigan 7 l 0 14 32 16 Michigan 7 l 0 14 37 18 Michigan St 7 2 0 14 40 26 Lake Superior ST. 4 2 0 8 25 18 Bowling Green 3 11 7 18 14 Ferris St. 2 5 1 5 24 29 III.-Chicago 2 4 0 4 13 26 Alaska Fairbanks 2 5 0 4 24 36 Notre Dame 2 6 0 4 27 35 Ohio St. 1 5 0 2 13 17 Miami, Ohio 0 5 0 0 12 26 OVERALL RECORDS: W Michigan 10-2-0, Michigan 910 , Michigan St. 9-3-0, Lake Superior St. 8-2-0, Bowling Green B-2-1, Ferris St. 4-B-), ill.-Chicago 4-4-2, Alaska Fairbanks 2-6-1, Notre Dame 2-8-0, Ohio St. 3-5-0, Miami. Ohio i-e-0. Frlday'a Qamaa Michigan 6, Alaska Fairbanks 1 Bowling Green 5, Ferris State 4 Lake Superior St. 4, III.-Chicago 2 Michigan St. 3, Miami, Ohio 0 W.Michigan I.Ohio St. 0 Saturday\! Qamaa Michigan 4, Alaska Fairbanks i Ferris St. 3, Ohio St. 2 Lake Superior St. 6, HI.-Chicago 3 Michigan St. 6, Miami, Ohio 5, OT W. Michigan 4, Bowling Green 2 Thursday, Nov. 23 Bowling Green at Alaska Fairbanks Friday, Nov. 24 Bowling Green at Alaska Fairbanks Lake Superior St. at Notre Dame Miami, Ohio at ill. Chicago Michigan St. vs Minnesota in College Hockey Showcase at Milwaukee Michigan vs Wisconsin in College Hockey Showcase at Milwaukee Saturday, Nov. 25 Bowling Green at Alaska Fairbanks Lake Superior St. at Notre Dame Miami, Ohio at ill.-Chicago Ohio St. at W Michigan Michigan vs. Minnesota in College Hockey Showcase at Milwaukee Michigan St. vs. Wisconsin in College Hockey Showcase at Milwaukee Sunday, Nov. 26 Ohio St at W Michigan WCHA Waatarn Collegiate Hockay Aaaociatlon W L T Pta QF QA Colorado Coll 7 0 3 17 61 24 Minnesota 8 3 1 17 57 35 Minn -Duluth 6 4 0 12 34 38 Denver 5 2 1 11 32 25 N Dakota 5 4 1 11 34 35 Alaska Anchorage 3 4 1 ; 24 26 Michigan Tech 2 5 3 7 26 36 St. Cloud St. 2 4 2 6 29 29 Wisconsin 2 7 1 5 36 li N. Michigan 18 1 3 20 51 OVERALL RECORDS: Colorado College 7-0-3, Minnesota 8-3-1, Mlnn.-Duluth 8-4-0, Denver 7-2-1, North Dakota 6-5-1, Alaska Anchorage 4-5-2, Michigan Tech 3-7-3, St. Cloud St. 3-6-2, Wisconsin 2-7-1, N. Michigan 3-9-1. Frlday'a Qamaa Alaska Anchorage 4, North Dakota 2 Colorado College 10, N. Michigan 2 Denver 4, Michigan Tech 1 Minnesota 2, Mlnn.-Duluth 0 Wisconsin 3, St. Cloud St. 3, tie Saturday'a Qamaa Alaska Anchorage 7, North Dakota 3 Colorado College 6, N. Michigan 1 Michigan Tech 3, Denver 3, tie Minnesota 7, Minn.-Duluth 0 St. Cloud St. 5, Wisconsin 2 Friday, Nov. 24 Alaska Anchorage at Michigan Tech North Dakota at Colorado College St Cloud St. at Denver Mlnn.-Duluth at N. Michigan Minnesota vs. Michigan St. in College Hockey Showcase at Milwaukee Wisconsin vs. Michigan In College Hockey Showcase at Milwaukee Saturday, Nov. 25 Alaska Anchorage at Michigan Tech North Dakota at Colorado College St. Cloud State at Denver Minn.-Duluth at N. Michigan Minnesota vs. Michigan in College Hockey Showcase at Milwaukee Wisconsin vs, Michigan St. in College .Hockey Showcase at Milwaukee College soccer Men's Division III NCAA Mtn'i Olviilon III Soccar Samlflnat* AtWIIIlunilown, MM«. Saturday, Nov. 1S Williams 1, Munienberg 1, Williams ad- vances A'5 on penalty kicks Methodist 3, Chapman 0 ChMttploiaHtp At Wllllimitown, MIM. Sund.y, Nov. 19 Williams I , Methodist 1 Men's Division II NCAA M«,' . Dlv HSoccr Second Round Saturday, Nov. n AtTamp., •!«. South Carollna'Spartanburg 1, Tampa, Fla. 0 Sunday, Nov. H AtRlndgt,N.J. S.Conn. St. (18*M) at Franklin Pierce, N.H. (l«o-i),ppd.,raln At Klrksvllle, Mo. Mercyhur'it 1, N 6 Missouri St. o At Bakiralleld, Calif. Cal State Bakertfield 5, Grand Canyon I Monday, Nov. 20 At Rindjt, N.J. S.Conn. St. A, Franklin Pierce, N.H. 2, OT Samlflnala Thursday, Nov. 30 or Friday, Dec. 1 Situ and Umai TBA sc-Spartanburg <l«-4-!> vs. Mercyhurst Continued fron Continued fr< teams — a questions.\ S.Conn. St. (19-1-1I vs. C«l St.- Sakersfleldlia-M) Championship Saturday, Dec. 2 or Sunday, Dec. 3 Site and time TBA Semifinal winners

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