Campus Cagers

Nov. 26, 2001
Nov. 26, 2001

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Nov. 26, 2001

Campus Cagers

Edited by Albert Kim and Mark Mravic

Last season, as a senior at Camden (N.J.) High, guard Dajuan
Wagner averaged 42.5 points per game. Last week Wagner began his
collegiate career at Memphis with a bang by scoring 18 and 32
points, respectively, in the Tigers' first two games. Who holds
the NCAA Division I record for highest scoring average as a

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a. Chris Jackson, LSU
b. Bernard King, Tennessee
c. Mark Macon, Temple
d. Ralph Sampson, Virginia

Cincinnati has won six straight Conference USA regular-season
titles since 1995-96. The Bearcats also won six Missouri Valley
Conference championships in a row, from 1957-58 to 1962-63. Which
school holds the record for the most consecutive regular-season
conference championships?

Pair these longtime coaches with the schools at which they made
their head coaching debut.

1. Jim Calhoun a. Creighton
2. Gene Keady b. Northeastern
3. Eddie Sutton c. Western Kentucky
4. John Chaney d. Cheyney State

Place these North Carolina alumni in order of career points as a
Tar Heel, starting with the most.

a. Phil Ford b. Michael Jordan
c. Lennie Rosenbluth d. James Worthy


EARLY RISER: a. LSU guard Chris Jackson (now Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf)
averaged 30.2 points in 1988-89.

TOP CATS: UCLA won 13 consecutive conference championships, from
1966-67 to 1978-79, in what is now the Pac-10.

THIS WEEK'S MATCHUP: 1. b; 2. c; 3. a; 4. d

CALL TO ORDER: 1. Ford (2,290 points); 2. Rosenbluth (2,045); 3.
Jordan (1,788); 4. Worthy (1,219)