Details: University Hall, 3

TV-Radio: WRC-TV-4, WMAR-TV-2, WEEL-AM 1310, WQRA-FM 94.3

Records: Seventh-ranked Cardinals 16-2; No. 6 Cavaliers 16-2

Injuries: None reported

Game Analysis: Cardinals lost last year's Super Bowl Sunday game, 74-56. This season, they have won eight straight, with sophomore guard Milt Wagner leading (14.7) their fast break. Scooter McCray, at 6-foot-9, will probably guard 7-4 Ralph Sampson, although he'll get plenty of help from the Louisville zone. Sampson (17.3, 12.0) had 26 points and 10 rebounds last year. Othell Wilson (13.5 points) directs the Cavaliers' offense; they are shooting 51 percent. N.C. State at Maryland

Details: Cole Field House, 8

Radio: WMAL-630

Records: Wolfpack 9-6, 3-3 in Atlantic Coast Conference; Terrapins 10-5, 1-3

Injuries: Wolfpack senior guard Dereck Whittenburg out for year with broken foot.

Game Analysis: Freshman guard Ernie Myers (14.0 points) has filled in well for Whittenburg. Senior Thurl Bailey (16.2 points, 7.5 rebounds) and Sidney Lowe (10.5) are the other top scorers for the Wolfpack. Maryland is led by sophomore guard Adrian Branch (18.6, 5.9) and junior center Ben Coleman (15.3, 7.9). BC at Georgetown

Details: Capital Centre, 1

Radio: WWDC-1260

Records: Eagles 13-3, 4-2 in Big East; No. 15 Hoyas 14-4, 5-1.

Injuries: Hoya reserve guard Kurt Kaull is questionable with a groin pull

Game Analysis: Boston College, coached by Gary Williams, formerly of American University, is led by 6-8 forward John Garris (19.3, 6.6 rebounds) and sophomore guard Michael Adams (16.8). Key man for Hoyas is 7-0 center Patrick Ewing (17.5, 10.7), but Bill Martin (13.4, 6.7) and freshmen guards David Wingate (11.7) and Michael Jackson (10.4) also have played well. West Va. at GW

Details: Smith Center, 7

Radio: WRC-980, WQRA-FM 94.3

Records: Mountaineers 11-5, 3-2 in Atlantic 10; Colonials 8-8, 1-4

Injuries: None reported.

Game Analysis: West Virginia has slumped despite veteran lineup including Atlantic 10's top scorer Greg Jones (22.8). Colonials' center Mike Brown averages 15.3 points and leads conference in rebounding (9.6). West Virginia is coming off big win at Rutgers after disappointing losses at home. Colonials, who have lost two straight, start at least three freshmen, led by guard Troy Webster (17.4). Maine at George Mason

Details: George Mason Gymnasium, 1

Radio: WEEL-1310

Records: Black Bears 7-8; Patriots 10-6

Injuries: George Mason forward Rob Nieberlein is out for the year with a broken ankle.

Game Analysis: First meeting between ECAC schools. Patriots, winners of four of five, upset American, 95-83, Thursday. Sophomore Carlos Yates (27.4) continues as the nation's fourth-leading scorer. He is making 57 percent of his shots; George Mason as a team 54 percent. Maine has won six of nine and three in a row. Center Jeff Cross (20.1, 11.1), eighth nationally in rebounding, is the only Black Bear in double figures. AU at Mass.-Boston

Details: Catherine Forbes Clark Athletic Center, 7:30

Records: Eagles 9-7; Beacons 12-4

Radio: WEAM-1390

Injuries: None reported

Game Analysis: First meeting. Eagles have lost three of last five and the defeat by George Mason was their worst defensive showing of season. Division III Beacons (88.3 points) like to run; they are led by guards Ken (Nippy) Hall (19.6) and 5-6 John (Boo) Rice, although Hall has missed the last three games with academic problems. Seniors Ed Sloane (17.5), Mark Nickens (15.5), Juan Jones (10.6, 8.7) and Gordon Austin (7.7 assists) lead American. East Carolina at Navy

Details: Halsey Field House, 8

Radio: WNAV-1430

Records: Pirates 9-8, 1-3 in ECAC South; Midshipmen 10-5, 1-1

Injuries: None reported.

Game Analysis: Middies return home from Virginia road trip in which James Madison ended their four-game winning streak. Navy still has won four of five and is 6-1 at Halsey. Middies will try to run against disciplined Pirates. Senior guard Dave Brooks (16.9), sophomore center Cliff Maurer (10.7, 6.5) and freshman forward Vernon Butler (11.1, 8.6) are Navy's leading players. Pirates have 6-5 freshman center Johnny Edwards (17.6, 7.9), who should have trouble staying with 6-10 Maurer. Howard at Beth.-Cookman

Details: Moore Gym, 7:30

Records: Bison 9-4, 5-1 in MEAC; Wildcats 2-11, 1-3

Injuries: None reported.

Game Analysis: Howard beat Wildcats, 64-60, eight days ago at Burr Gym. Senior guard Bernard Perry (15.7) had 16 that game for the Bison, who will try to establish their running game again. Wildcats are led by Washington's Jarvis Smith (19.4), who had 21 points at Howard. Howard has a big edge in height and talent over Wildcats, who have not beaten the Bison in six tries. Others

FDU-Madison at Catholic, 3

Washington Bible at Northeastern Bible, 2 Women

Georgetown at St. John's 2

Mary Baldwin at Gallaudet, 2

Navy at Towson State Invitational, 2

Mont-Rockville at Cecil, 5

N.C. State at Maryland, 5:30

American at George Mason, 7:30