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Defiance College voted 31st in country; hosts Bluffton Wednesday

By “Joe Big Head” Coopersmith

MSN Staff Writer

Wednesday night will be a “Black Out” for host Defiance College against Bluffton on Wednesday. On Monday, the men’s basketball college netted eight points in the latest national poll from www.D3hoops.com. It marked the sixth time this season that DC has earned votes in the national poll.

Defiance, 18-5 on the season after an 83-64 win over Mount St. Joseph. That win also allowed the team to move up one spot in the poll. The Yellow Jackets was one of only 36 teams from around the nation to receive points in the week 11 poll, logging eight for the 31-st highest total.

The Wednesday meeting between Defiance and Bluffton will be thee 184th all-time between the long-time rivals on the hardwood, the Jackets owning a 122-61 record.

“Black Out” night  will be the final home regular season game for Defiance’s six-man senior class that has gone 72-31 in its four years with the program. Heath Armstrong, Nate Conley, Mike Floyd, Nick Sales, Eric Stolly and Josh Stucke have led DC to a .699 winning percentage during the last four years for the best record since the class of 1987 posted a .711 clip on an 84-34 mark. The 2010 senior class, which will be honored prior to the start of Wednesday’s game, has won at least 17 games in four seasons, qualified for the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Tournament in each of the four campaigns and is the first class to graduate with more than 70 wins at Defiance in over 20 years.

College Football Notes

Nippert Stadium UC

compiled from staff and wire reports

The University of Cincinnati has announced a 12-game 2010 football schedule for the two-time defending Big East Conference Champions.

The schedule features seven home games, six at Nippert Stadium and one at Paul Brown Stadium (Oklahoma), one first-time opponent (NC State), and four nationally-televised games (NC State, Louisville, South Florida, Pittsburgh).

The Bearcats, who set a school record with 12 wins in 2009, the first undefeated regular season in program history, will face seven teams who played in postseason bowls a year ago.

The non-conference foes include matchups at Fresno State (sept 4), the home opener against Indiana State (Sept 11), a trip to Raleigh, N.C. to face the Wolfpack in a Thursday night primetime ESPN game (Sept 16), a game against Oklahoma at Paul Brown Stadium (Sept 25), and the 115th Battle For The Victory Bell against Miami (OH).

UC opens Big East play on the road for the second-straight season, taking on Louisville for the Keg of Nails in a Friday night ESPN game (Oct 15). UC faces a second-straight Friday-night matchup a week later against South Florida on ESPN2 (Oct 22) before closing out the two-game homestand against Syracuse (Oct 30). After a bye week, the Bearcats travel to West Virginia (Nov 13) , welcomes Rutgers to Nippert Stadium (Nov 20), travel to Connecticut (Nov 27), and close out the regular season against Pittsburgh at home (Dec 4) on ABC, ESPN or ESPN2.

Freddie Couples wins on Champions Tour

By Richard G. Mason

MSN Staff Writer

Fred Couples earned his first Champions Tour victory, overcoming a record-tying round by Tommy Armour III to win the ACE Group Classic in Naples, Florida.

Armour, in his senior tour debut, matched the tour record for the lowest score in relation to par with an 11-under 61.

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