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CHICAGO TRIBUNE NAMES JIM JACKSON AND MACHELLE JOSEPH BIG TEN MVPS

 CHICAGO TRIBUNE NAMES JIM JACKSON AND MACHELLE JOSEPH BIG TEN MVPS
 CHICAGO, May 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Jim Jackson of Ohio State University and MaChelle Joseph of Purdue University today were awarded 1992 Chicago Tribune Silver Basketballs in recognition of their achievement as Big Ten Most Valuable Players.
 Jackson won the men's award for the second consecutive time. According to Neil Milbert's account in today's Chicago Tribune, "The 6-foot, 6-inch junior was the first choice on the nine ballots cast by coaches of rival schools. Only Jackson's own coach, Randy Ayers, voted against him, in accordance with rules that prohibit coaches from casting ballots for their players."
 Women's MVP Joseph started every game in her four-year collegiate career. In those 119 games, she scored 2,405 points and recorded 628 assists for a career average of 20.2 points and five assists.
 Silver Basketballs were also awarded to the most valuable players on each of the Big Ten's teams. They are:
 WOMEN MEN
 Mandy Cunningham Illinois Deon Thomas
 Amy Cherubini Indiana Calbert Cheaney
 Toni Foster Iowa Acie Earl
 Trish Andrew Michigan Jalen Rose
 Chris Webber
 Marie Williams Michigan State Dwayne Stephens
 Carol Ann Shudlick Minnesota Arriel McDonald
 Michele Savage Northwestern Todd Leslie
 Cedric Neloms
 Kevin Rankin
 Averill Roberts Ohio State Jim Jackson
 MaChelle Joseph Purdue Woody Austin
 Robin Threatt Wisconsin Tracy Webster
 Complete details on the Silver Basketballs, including Neil Milbert's stories on the league's most valuable players and capsule summaries of each of the team MVPs, for both men and women, are published in today's Chicago Tribune.
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