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Fall Classics WHEN THE FROST IS ON THE PUMPKIN, IT'S TIME FOR THE NCAA POSTSEASON, A FALL FEST OF SPORTS AS DIVERSE AS WOMEN'S FIELD HOCKEY AND MEN'S WATER POLO. GLADIATORS GET THEIR KICKS ON GRIDIRONS AND SOCCER PITCHES, AND RUNNERS STRAIN FOR FINISH LIN

Dec. 18, 2000
Dec. 18, 2000

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Dec. 18, 2000

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Fall Classics WHEN THE FROST IS ON THE PUMPKIN, IT'S TIME FOR THE NCAA POSTSEASON, A FALL FEST OF SPORTS AS DIVERSE AS WOMEN'S FIELD HOCKEY AND MEN'S WATER POLO. GLADIATORS GET THEIR KICKS ON GRIDIRONS AND SOCCER PITCHES, AND RUNNERS STRAIN FOR FINISH LIN

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COLOR PHOTO: GEORGE TIEDEMANN Men's Soccer Creighton's Peter Henning loses his header because of pressure from Connecticut goalie Bryheem Hancock (right) and back Max Zieky in the title match, which UConn won 2-0.TWO COLOR PHOTOS: BOB ROSATO (2) Division II Football Delta State was the alpha and the omega in the championship game against Bloomsburg, prevailing 63-34, thanks in part to the play of free safety Gary Bell (16, above) and quarterback Josh Bright.