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Colleges

Basketball

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BIG TEN

ConferenceAll Games

WLPCTWLPCT
Illinois00.000701.000
Indiana00.000601.000
Northwestern00.000601.000
Michigan00.000501.000
Ohio State00.000401.000
Minnesota00.00061.857
Iowa00.00051.833
Michigan State00.00051.833
Nebraska00.00041.800
Wisconsin00.00042.667
Penn State00.00032.600
Purdue00.00023.400

Sunday

Michigan St. 63, La. Lafayette 60

Illinois 63, Gardner-Webb 62

Indiana 101, Ball State 53

Monday

No games scheduled

Today

Minnesota at Florida State, 7:15 p.m.

Iowa at Virginia Tech, 7:15 p.m.

NC State at Michigan, 7:30 p.m.

Maryland at Northwestern, 9:15 p.m.

Nebraska at Wake Forest, 9:15 p.m.

North Carolina at Indiana, 9:30 p.m.

BIG EAST

ConferenceAll Games

WLPCTWLPCT
Cincinnati00.000601.000
Syracuse00.000401.000
Notre Dame00.00061.857
Connecticut00.00051.833
Louisville00.00051.833
Marquette00.00051.833
Pittsburgh00.00051.833
Seton Hall00.00051.833
Georgetown00.00041.800
Rutgers00.00041.800
Providence00.00042.667
South Florida00.00042.667
St. John’s00.00042.667
Villanova00.00033.500
DePaul00.00023.400

Sunday

Syracuse 87, Colgate 51

La Salle 77, Villanova 74, OT

Seton Hall 76, St. Peter’s 61

Rutgers 87, UNC Greensboro 80

Connecticut 73, Stony Brook 62

Monday

South Florida 63, Stetson 54

Notre Dame 92, Chicago State 65

Marquette 79, UMBC 46

Today

Howard at Pittsburgh, 7 p.m.

Holy Cross at Providence, 7 p.m.

Fairfield at DePaul, 9 p.m.

MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE

East

Conf.

All Games

WLPCTWLPCT
Ohio00.000501.000
Kent State00.00042.667
Akron00.00032.600
Miami (Ohio)00.00032.600
Bowling Green00.00023.400
Buffalo00.00025.286

West

Conf.

All Games

WLPCTWLPCT
E. Michigan00.00051.817
W. Michigan00.00041.800
C. Michigan00.00032.600
Ball State 00.00022.500
N. Illinois00.00013.250
Toledo00.00014.200

Sunday

Indiana 101, Ball State 53

Monday

No games scheduled

Today

Detroit at Bowling Green, 7 p.m.

Illinois-Chicago at Northern Illinois, 8 p.m.

SUMMIT LEAGUE

Conf.All Games

WLPCTWLPCT
N. Dakota St.00.00052.714
S. Dakota St.00.00042.667
IPFW00.00043.571
South Dakota00.00033.500
W. Illinois00.00033.500
IUPUI00.00034.429
UMKC00.00023.400
Neb. Omaha00.00025.286
Oakland00.00025.286

Sunday

No games scheduled

Monday

IUPUI 87, Indiana-East 54

Tennessee 77, Oakland 50

Today

No games scheduled

NOTRE DAME 92,

CHICAGO ST. 65

CHICAGO ST. (1-6): Robinson 4-10 1-2 9, Pippen 3-5 0-0 8, Ross 1-5 0-0 3, Tucker 2-6 0-0 6, Rosenberg 4-12 7-8 16, Gray 0-2 0-0 0, Dismukes 4-11 2-2 11, Gage 0-0 1-2 1, Chamberlain 0-0 0-0 0, Williams 4-8 2-2 11, Ukaigwe 0-0 0-0 0, Starks 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 22-61 13-16 65.

NOTRE DAME (6-1): Connaughton 4-7 0-0 10, Cooley 4-4 3-4 11, Atkins 5-10 1-1 13, Martin 4-7 0-0 11, Grant 9-11 2-4 22, Biedscheid 3-7 0-0 9, Auguste 2-2 0-0 4, Crowley 0-1 0-0 0, Sherman 5-7 2-2 12, Burgett 0-1 0-0 0, Knight 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 36-59 8-11 92.

Halftime–Notre Dame 51-32. 3-Point Goals–Chicago St. 8-23 (Tucker 2-3, Pippen 2-4, Rosenberg 1-2, Williams 1-3, Ross 1-4, Dismukes 1-5, Gray 0-2), Notre Dame 12-22 (Martin 3-5, Biedscheid 3-5, Grant 2-2, Atkins 2-4, Connaughton 2-5, Burgett 0-1). Fouled Out–None. Rebounds–Chicago St. 30 (Ross 7), Notre Dame 36 (Cooley 11). Assists–Chicago St. 13 (Pippen 4), Notre Dame 26 (Atkins 11). Total Fouls–Chicago St. 15, Notre Dame 9. A–7,523.

AP TOP TWENTY FIVE

RecordPtsPrv

1. Indiana (47)

6-01,6061
2. Duke (18)6-01,5545
3. Michigan5-01,4214
4. Ohio St.4-01,4163
5. Louisville5-11,3472
6. Syracuse4-01,3236
7. Florida5-01,2277
8. Kentucky4-11,1808
9. Arizona3-01,07610
10. Kansas4-193712
11. Creighton6-092614
12. Gonzaga6-085417
13. Michigan St.5-181815
14. North Carolina5-17189
15. Oklahoma St.5-066820
16. Missouri5-166513
17. Cincinnati6-057122
18. NC State4-155316
19. Colorado5-047823
20. Georgetown4-1257
21. Minnesota6-1197
22. Illinois7-0185
23. San Diego St.4-118225
24. UNLV3-117518
25. New Mexico6-0141

Others receiving votes: Alabama 108, Wichita St. 99, UConn 93, UCLA 85, Pittsburgh 55, Oregon 44, Notre Dame 42, Memphis 23, Butler 20, Wisconsin 16, California 12, Florida St. 10, Saint Joseph’s 9, Ohio 8, Marquette 7, Murray St. 5, Temple 5, Baylor 4, Tennessee 3, Colorado St. 1, VCU 1.

USA Today/ESPN Top 25 Poll

RecordPtsPvs

1. Indiana (27)

6-07691
2. Duke (4)6-07235
3. Michigan5-06914
4. Ohio State4-06893
5. Syracuse4-06306
6. Louisville5-16152
7. Florida5-05738
8. Kentucky4-15577
9. Arizona3-052010
10. Kansas4-148411
11. Creighton6-046312
12. Gonzaga6-044016
13. North Carolina5-13559
14. Michigan State5-132019
15. Missouri5-131914
16. Cincinnati6-029520
17. Oklahoma State5-026122
18. N.C. State4-124015
19. Colorado5-0172
20. UNLV3-114418
21. San Diego State4-113925
22. Illinois7-0103
23. New Mexico6-068
24. UCLA4-26213
25. Georgetown4-156

Others receiving votes: Minnesota 48, Pittsburgh 41, Alabama 38, UConn 38, Notre Dame 36, Florida State 26, Wisconsin 24, Memphis 16, Wichita State 16, California 14, Murray State 13, Kansas State 12, Oregon 12, Ohio 10, Saint Joseph’s 10, Saint Mary’s 8, Butler 5, Tennessee 5, Marquette 4, Baylor 3, Maryland 2, VCU 2, Colorado State 1, Davidson 1, Mississippi 1, Texas 1.

WOMEN

BIG TEN

ConferenceAll Games

WLPCTWLPCT
Penn State00.000501.000
Michigan State00.000501.000
Northwestern00.000501.000
Minnesota00.00061.857
Indiana00.00051.833
Michigan00.00051.833
Nebraska00.00051.833
Purdue00.00051.833
Ohio State00.00041.800
Iowa00.00052.714
Illinois00.00032.600
Wisconsin00.00032.600

Saturday

Iowa St. 68, Illinois 50

Michigan 67, Boston 58

Penn St. 85, CS-Northridge 73

Minnesota 59, Missouri 54

Connecticut 91, Purdue 57

Sunday

Ohio St. 82, Wright St. 52

Iowa 79, West Virginia 70

Northwestern 80, Loyola (Ill.) 53

Wisconsin 73, Evansville 55

Michigan St. 68, Robert Morris 35

Monday

Indiana 64, IPFW 47

Today

No games scheduled

BIG EAST

ConferenceAll Games

WLPCTWLPCT
Louisville00.000701.000
Syracuse00.000601.000
Connecticut00.000501.000
Notre Dame00.000401.000
South Florida00.000401.000
Pittsburgh00.00051.833
St. John’s00.00041.800
Villanova00.00041.800
Cincinnati00.00031.750
Rutgers00.00031.750
DePaul00.00052.714
Georgetown00.00042.667
Marquette00.00022.500
Seton Hall00.00024.333
Providence00.00014.200

Sunday

St. John’s 66, Hartford 54

Rutgers 55, Davidson 49

Cincinnati 66, Charleston 57

Texas A&M 84, Marquette 64

Villanova 74, Montana 49

Monday

Pittsburgh 86, Longwood 60

Louisville 79, Tenn. Martin 61

Today

No games scheduled

MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE

East

Conf.

All Games

WLPCTWLPCT
Akron00.00051.833
Bowling Green00.00032.600
Miami (Ohio)00.00032.600
Ohio00.00013.250
Buffalo00.00015.167
Kent State00.00005.000

West

Conf.

All Games

WLPCTWLPCT
Toledo00.00031.750
Cent. Michigan00.00022.500
N. Illinois00.00022.500
W. Michigan00.00023.400
Ball State00.00024.333
E. Michigan00.00013.250

Sunday

Stetson 78, Ball State 66

Youngstown State 76, Miami (OH) 56

Duquesne 62, Ohio 55

Bowling Green 64, UNLV 54

Monday

Akron 103, St. Peter’s 57

Today

No games scheduled

SUMMIT LEAGUE

ConferenceAll Games

WLPCTWLPCT
Nebraska Omaha00.00041.800
Oakland00.00042.667
IUPUI00.00032.600
North Dakota St.00.00033.500
South Dakota St.00.00033.500
UMKC00.00034.429
IPFW00.00023.400
South Dakota00.00024.333
Western Illinois00.00014.200

Sunday

Niagara 70, Oakland 59

Nebraska Omaha 63, SW St. (Minn.) 37

Monday

Oakland 78, UM-Dearborn 53

Indiana 64, IPFW 47

Today

IUPUI at Belmont, 6 p.m.

Valparaiso at Western Illinois, 8 p.m.

AP TOP TWENTY FIVE

Record Pts Prv
1. Stanford (21) 6-0 953 1
2. UConn (17) 5-0 944 2
3. Baylor (1) 5-1 901 3
4. Duke 4-0 861 4
5. Notre Dame 4-0 802 5
6. Penn St. 5-0 752 6
7. Louisville 6-0 742 7
8. Georgia 7-0 701 8
9. Kentucky 4-1 656 9
10. California 5-0 615 11
11. Maryland 3-1 602 10
12. Oklahoma 5-1 459 13
13. Texas 5-0 453 15
14. Purdue 5-1 374 14
15. Ohio St. 4-1 366 16
16. Tennessee 4-1 328 20
17. St. John’s 4-1 314 18
18. Oklahoma St. 3-0 294 21
19. UCLA 3-1 274 19
20. Kansas 5-0 265 22
21. Nebraska 5-1 185 23
22. North Carolina 6-0 181 25
23. Dayton 6-0 177 24
24. Iowa St. 4-0 102
25. West Virginia 3-2 91 12
Others receiving votes: Texas A&M 72, Florida St. 49, Miami 31, Syracuse 30, Delaware 18, Rutgers 15, South Carolina 15, Vanderbilt 12, Virginia 12, Georgia Tech 7, DePaul 6, Iowa 6, Middle Tennessee 4, Chattanooga 3, Gonzaga 2, Utah 1.

INDIANA 64, IPFW 47

IPFW (2-3): Hyde 5-15 0-0 11, Brunner 2-4 0-0 4, R. Mauk 3-9 2-4 10, S. Mauk 1-6 0-0 3, Seibert 2-5 0-0 4, Murphy 3-12 2-2 8, Moore 1-2 3-4 5, Hagerman 1-1 0-0 2, Ogle 0-0 0-1 0. Totals 18-54 7-11 47.

INDIANA (5-1): Rubene 4-9 1-1 9, Sinclair 6-12 2-2 18, Taufa 2-4 0-0 4, McGhee 6-10 0-1 12, Newbauer 1-2 0-0 3, Bell 4-8 1-2 13, Ussery 0-0 0-0 0, Chaplin 1-1 1-2 3, McCurty 0-0 0-0 0, Deloach 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 25-47 5-8 64.

Halftime–Indiana 38-20. 3-Point Goals–IPFW 4-21 (Hyde 1-2, R. Mauk 2-6, S. Mauk 1-6, Seibert 0-2, Murphy 0-5), Indiana 9-21 (Rubene 0-3, Sinclair 4-9, Newbauer 1-1, Bell 4-8). Fouled Out–None. Rebounds–IPFW 29 (Hyde 8), Indiana 34 (McGhee 10). Assists–IPFW 8 (Hyde 3), Indiana 17 (Newbauer 4). Total Fouls–IPFW 11, Indiana 13. A–1,649.

Football

BIG TEN INDIVIDUAL AWARD WINNERS

Griese-Brees Quarterback of the Year: Braxton Miller, Ohio State

Named for Purdue’s Bob Griese and Drew Brees

Richter-Howard Receiver of the Year: Allen Robinson, Penn State

Named for Wisconsin’s Pat Richter and Michigan’s Desmond Howard

Ameche-Dayne Running Back of the Year: Montee Ball, Wisconsin

Named for Wisconsin’s Alan Ameche and Ron Dayne

Kwalick-Clark Tight End of the Year: Jacob Pedersen, Wisconsin

Named for Penn State’s Ted Kwalick and Iowa’s Dallas Clark

Rimington-Pace Offensive Lineman of the Year: Taylor Lewan, Michigan

Named for Nebraska’s Dave Rimington and Ohio State’s Orlando Pace

Smith-Brown Defensive Lineman of the Year: John Simon, Ohio State

Named for Michigan State’s Bubba Smith and Penn State’s Courtney Brown

Butkus-Fitzgerald Linebacker of the Year: Michael Mauti, Penn State

Named for Illinois’ Dick Butkus and Northwestern’s Pat Fitzgerald

Tatum-Woodson Defensive Back of the Year: Micah Hyde, Iowa

Named for Ohio State’s Jack Tatum and Purdue’s Rod Woodson

Bakken-Andersen Kicker of the Year: Brett Maher, Nebraska, and Jeff Budzien, Northwestern

Named for Wisconsin’s Jim Bakken and Michigan State’s Morten Andersen

Eddleman-Fields Punter of the Year: Will Hagerup, Michigan

Named for Illinois’ Dike Eddleman and Michigan State’s Brandon Fields

ALL-BIG TEN TEAM Selected by Coaches OFFENSE

First Team

Quarterback: Taylor Martinez, Nebraska

Running Back: Le’Veon Bell, Michigan State Montee Ball, Wisconsin

Wide Receiver: Allen Robinson, Penn State Jared Abbrederis, Wisconsin

Tight End: Jacob Pedersen, Wisconsin

Center: Matt Stankiewitch, Penn State

Guard: Patrick Omameh, Michigan*; Spencer Long, Nebraska*; John Urschel, Penn State*

Tackle: Taylor Lewan, Michigan; Rick Wagner, Wisconsin Tackle

Kicker: Jeff Budzien, Northwestern

Second Team

Quarterback: Braxton Miller, Ohio State

Running Back: Ameer Abdullah, Nebraska*; Venric Mark, Northwestern*; Carlos Hyde, Ohio State*

Wide Receiver: Kenny Bell, Nebraska; Corey Brown, Ohio State

Tight End: Dion Sims, Michigan State

Center: James Ferentz, Iowa

Guard: Ryan Groy, Wisconsin #

Tackle: Hugh Thornton, Illinois; Jeremiah Sirles, Nebraska

Kicker: Brett Maher, Nebraska

DEFENSE

First Team

Line: Johnathan Hankins, Ohio State; John Simon, Ohio State; Jordan Hill, Penn State; Kawann Short, Purdue

Linebacker: Max Bullough, Michigan State; Michael Mauti, Penn State; Chris Borland, Wisconsin

Defensive Back: Micah Hyde, Iowa; Johnny Adams, Michigan State; Darqueze Dennard, Michigan State; Bradley Roby, Ohio State

Punter: Mike Sadler, Michigan State

Second Team

Line: Michael Buchanan, Illinois *; Adam Replogle, Indiana *; Craig Roh, Michigan *; Eric Martin, Nebraska *; Baker Steinkuhler, Nebraska*

Linebacker: Will Compton, Nebraska; Ryan Shazier, Ohio State; Gerald Hodges, Penn State

Defensive Back: Jordan Kovacs, Michigan; Daimion Stafford, Nebraska; Christian Bryant, Ohio State; Ricardo Allen, Purdue

Punter: Brett Maher, Nebraska

Honorable Mention: ILLINOIS: Akeem Spence; INDIANA: Ted Bolser; Dan Feeney; Cody Latimer; Jason Spriggs; IOWA: C.J. Fiedorowicz; Anthony Hitchens; Mike Meyer; Matt Tobin; MICHIGAN: J.T. Floyd; Jeremy Gallon; Brendan Gibbons; Will Hagerup; Roy Roundtree; Jake Ryan; MICHIGAN STATE: Denicos Allen; William Gholston; Isaiah Lewis; Chris McDonald; Marcus Rush; MINNESOTA: Michael Carter; NEBRASKA: Ben Cotton; Ciante Evans; Justin Jackson; P.J. Smith; NORTHWESTERN: Ibraheim Campbell; Brian Mulroe; Tyler Scott; Patrick Ward; OHIO STATE: C.J. Barnett; Travis Howard; Corey Linsley; Jack Mewhort; Andrew Norwell; PENN STATE: Adrian Amos; Deion Barnes; Kyle Carter; Mike Farrell; Matt McGloin; Stephon Morris; PURDUE: Antavian Edison; Josh Johnson; Cody Webster; WISCONSIN: Beau Allen; Marcus Cromartie; Travis Frederick; David Gilbert; Ethan Hemer; Drew Meyer; Devin Smith; Dezmen Southward; Mike Taylor. Big Ten Sportsmanship Award Honorees: Nathan Scheelhaase, ILL; Nicholas Sliger, IND; James Vandenberg, IOWA; Jordan Kovacs, MICH; Keith Mumphery, MSU; Mike Rallis, MINN; Rex Burkhead, NEB; Demetrius Fields, NU; Zach Boren, OSU; Jordan Hill, PSU; Robert Maci, PUR; Shelton Johnson, WIS.

*–Additional honorees due to ties

#–Second team reduced by one due to additional first-team honoree

Selected by Media

OFFENSE

First Team

Quarterback: Braxton Miller, Ohio State

Running Back: Le’Veon Bell, Michigan State; Montee Ball, Wisconsin

Wide Receiver: Allen Robinson, Penn State; Jared Abbrederis, Wisconsin

Tight End: Kyle Carter, Penn State

Center: Travis Frederick, Wisconsin

Guard: Spencer Long, Nebraska; Andrew Norwell, Ohio State

Tackle: Taylor Lewan, Michigan; Rick Wagner, Wisconsin Tackle

Kicker: Brett Maher, Nebraska

Second Team

Quarterback: Taylor Martinez, Nebraska

Running Back: Venric Mark, Northwestern; Carlos Hyde, Ohio State

Wide Receiver: Cody Latimer, Indiana; Kenny Bell, Nebraska

Tight End: Dion Sims, Michigan State

Center: Matt Stankiewitch, Penn State

Guard: Brian Mulroe, Northwestern; John Urschel, Penn State

Tackle: Jeremiah Sirles, Nebraska; Jack Mewhort, Ohio State

Kicker: Jeff Budzien, Northwestern

DEFENSE

First Team

Line: Eric Martin, Nebraska; John Simon, Ohio State; Jordan Hill, Penn State; Kawann Short, Purdue

Linebacker: Ryan Shazier, Ohio State; Michael Mauti, Penn State; Mike Taylor, Wisconsin

Defensive Back: Micah Hyde, Iowa; Daimion Stafford, Nebraska; Travis Howard, Ohio State; Bradley Roby, Ohio State

Punter: Will Hagerup, Michigan

Second Team

Line: Adam Replogle, Indiana; William Gholston, Michigan State; D.L. Wilhite, Minnesota; Johnathan Hankins, Ohio State

Linebacker: Jake Ryan, Michigan; Max Bullough, Michigan State; Gerald Hodges, Penn State

Defensive Back: Johnny Adams, Michigan State; Darqueze Dennard, Michigan State; Josh Johnson, Purdue; Devin Smith, Wisconsin

Punter: Mike Sadler, Michigan State

Honorable Mention: ILLINOIS: Jonathan Brown; Michael Buchanan; Terry Hawthorne; Graham Pocic; Akeem Spence; Hugh Thornton; INDIANA: Ted Bolser; Mitch Ewald; Dan Feeney; Greg Heban; Will Matte; Jason Spriggs; Shane Wynn; IOWA: C.J. Fiedorowicz; James Ferentz; Joe Gaglione; Anthony Hitchens; Mike Meyer; James Morris; MICHIGAN: William Campbell; J.T. Floyd; Devin Funchess; Jeremy Gallon; Brendan Gibbons; Jordan Kovacs; Patrick Omameh; Denard Robinson; Craig Roh; Roy Roundtree; MICHIGAN STATE: Denicos Allen; Isaiah Lewis; Chris McDonald; Marcus Rush; MINNESOTA: Michael Carter; Ra’Shede Hageman; Troy Stoudermire; NEBRASKA: Ameer Abdullah; Will Compton; Ben Cotton; Ciante Evans; Justin Jackson; Brett Maher (punter); Kyler Reed; P.J. Smith; Baker Steinkuhler; NORTHWESTERN: Chi Chi Ariguzo; Ibraheim Campbell; Kain Colter; David Nwabuisi; Damien Proby; Tyler Scott; Patrick Ward; OHIO STATE: C.J. Barnett; Corey Brown; Christian Bryant; Reid Fragel; Corey Linsley; Etienne Sabino; PENN STATE: Adrian Amos; Deion Barnes; Mike Farrell; Matt McGloin; Stephon Morris; Sean Stanley; Zach Zwinak; PURDUE: Ricardo Allen; Antavian Edison; Landon Feichter; Cody Webster; WISCONSIN: Beau Allen; Chris Borland; Marcus Cromartie; David Gilbert; Ryan Groy; Drew Meyer; Jacob Pedersen; Dezmen Southward.

NAIAPLAYOFF

First Round

Quarterfinals

Nov. 24

Marian (Ind.) 45, St. Francis (Ind.) 34

Morningside (Iowa) 47, So. Oregon 44, OT

Saint Xavier (Ill.) 35, Cumberlands (Ky.) 21

Missouri Valley 10, Bethel, Tenn. 7

Semifinals

Saturday

Saint Xavier (Ill.) (11-1) at Morningside (Iowa) (12-0), 1 p.m.

Marian (Ind.) (10-1) at Missouri Valley (12-0), 2 p.m.


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