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Page 2-The Michigan Daily -Sports Monday- December 10, 1990

Michigan Sports
Calendar
A compilation of Michigan sporting events for
the upcoming week.
Monday, December 10
Men's Basketball vs. Boston University, 7:30 p.m. at
Crisler Arena.
Tuesday, December 11
Women's Basketball at Eastern Michigan, 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, December 12
Men's Basketball vs. Chicago State, 7:30 p.m. at Crisler
Arena
Thursday, December 13
No events scheduled.
Friday, December 14
Ice Hockey vs. Lake Superior State, 7:30 p.m. at Yost
Arena
Saturday, December 15
Ice Hockey vs. Lake Superior State, 7:30 p.m. at Yost
Arena.
Men's Basketball at Iowa State
Fencing at Michigan-Dearborn Invitational
Sunday, December 16
Fencing at Michigan-Dearborn Invitational
Special Holiday Reminders:
Friday-Saturday, December 28-29
Ice Hockey in Great Lakes Invitational at Joe Louis Arena
(other participating teams: Michigan Tech, Michigan State,
and Maine.)
Tuesday, January 1
Football vs. Mississippi in Gator Bowl, 11:30 a.m. at
Jacksonville, Fla. (ESPN)

Associated Press
Basketball Top 25
How they fared this weekend

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1. UNLV
2. Arizona
3. Arkansas
4. Syracuse
5. Duke
6. Georgetown
7. Indiana
8. UCLA
9. Ohio State
10. North Carolina
11. Pittsburgh
12. Alabama
13. Georgia
14. Connecticut
15. S. Mississippi
16. Oklahoma
17. St. John's
18. LSU
19. Michigan State
20. Georgia Tech
21. South Carolina
21. (tie) Virginia
23. Texas
24. Temple
25. Kentucky

2-0
7-1
7-1
7-0
6-2
4-0
7-1
5-0
4-0
4-1
6-1
2-2
5-0
3-1
2-1
5-1
6-0
4-1
1-2
2-2
4-1
4-2
3-2
2-1
3-0

Beat Nevada, 131-81
Lost to LSU, 92-82
Beat Missouri, 95-82
Beat UNC-Charlotte, 113-99
Beat Michigan, 75-68
Beat Rice, 53-47
Beat San Diego, 91-64
Beat Notre Dame, 99-91
Beat Chicago State, 112-58
idle
Beat West Virginia, 96-87
idle
Beat Mercer, 117-50
at Maine
idle
Beat Vir. Common., 141-105
Beat Brigham Young, 67-62
Beat Arizona, 92-82
Beat Detroit, 83-61
Beat Fordham, 92-72
Beat Temple, 87-63
Beat Vanderbilt, 70-56
Beat Texas Pan Am, 116-73
Lost to South Carolina, 87-63
Beat Kansas, 88-71

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'Senior Editors
Andy Gottesman
Jeff Sheran

Night Editors
Theodore Cox
Matt Rennie
Assistant Night Editor
Josh Dubow
Answer to Sports Monday Trivia
Durham, N.C. (1942)

WRESTLING
Continued from page 1
ahead of Michigan, 9-8. James
Rawls provided the only Michigan
victory during that stretch, defeating
David Howard, 17-5.
Redshirt frosh sensation Sean
Bormet (158) then scored a technical
fall over Eric Bakey, to put Michi-
gan on top for good.
Yaffai won an impressive 14-7
decision over Toledo's Jeff Uzl to
open up against Toledo. Michigan's
Jason Cluff followed by beating
Frank Czerniejewski, 3-0.
With Michigan up, 6-0, Gilbert
took on Toledo's standout wrestler,
Jade Montrie, in perhaps the most
awaited match of the day. Gilbert
took Montrie down early in the first
period and got him on his back, ex-
citing the crowd on hand at Keen
Arena.
Gilbert was in complete control
throughout the rest of the bout as
well. He took down Montrie three
more times, winning the decision,
14-5, and handing Montrie his first
defeat of the season.

"The whole purpose was to get
the first takedown and get a jump on
him," Gilbert said. "That's what I
wanted to do because he likes to
keep thetmatch close at the end. So I
wanted to make a score and make
him come after me. I guess my plan
worked."
Tomek, after winning his first
two bouts easily, pulled out a 4-3
victory over Brian Walczak, to close
out the Michigan victory and sweep.
"There were a lot of things that I
could've done better," Tomek said
of his final match. "I think that fa-
tigue was a factor. We had a real
hard practice yesterday. However, I
think that as a team we reacted very
well. I'm really pleased with the way
we wrestled, teamwise."
Overall, Bahr was also pleased
with the effort put out by his team,
which fielded different lineups for
each of the three matches.
"These three teams don't have
the balance that we have, basically,"
Bahr said. "And it gives us a chance
to try some other kids other than our
normal lineup, which is kind of
nice."

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