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Page 2--The Michigan Daily -Sports Monday- January 25, 1993
'M' Sports Calendar
Monday, January 25
No events scheduled.
Tuesday, January 26
Men's Basketball vs. Ohio State, 7:30 p.m.,
Crisler Arena.
Wednesday, January 27
No events scheduled.
Thursday, January 28
No events scheduled.
Friday, January 29
Ice Hockey vs Illinois-Chicago, 7 p.m., Yost Ice
Arena.
Women's Basketball vs. Iowa, 7:30 p.m.,
Crisler Arena.
Men's Swimming & Diving at Indiana, 1 p.m.,
Bloomington.
Women's Tennis at State of Michigan
Tournament, all day, Ypsilanti.
Saturday, January 30
Ice Hockey vs Michigan State, 7 p.m., Joe Louis
Arena, Detroit.
Men's and Women's Gymnastics vs. Illinois, 7
p.m., Keen Arena.
Men's Swimming & Diving at Indiana, 1 p.m.,
Bloomington.
Women's Track & Field at Eastern Michigan, all
day, Ypsilanti.
Men's Track & Field at Ohio State with Penn
State and Michigan State, all day, Columbus.
Men's Tennis at Spartan Invitational, all day, East
Lansing.
Women's Tennis at State of Michigan
Tournament, Ypsilanti.
Sunday, January 31
Men's Basketball at Iowa, 2 p.m., Iowa City.
Women's Basketball vs. Minnesota, 2 p.m.,
Crisler Arena.
Wrestling vs. Northwestern, 2 p.m., Keen Arena.
Men's Tennis at Spartan Invitational, all day, East
Lansing.
Women's Tennis at State of Michigan
Tournament, Ypsilanti.

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Here is a look at how the top 25 teams in the nation performed
over the weekend.

The rankings in the Albany Times-Union hockey poll,
as of Jan. 24 with first place votes in parentheses.

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Team Record How they fared
Kansas (45) 16-1 beat Colorado, 82-51
Indiana (7) 17-2 beat No. 24 Ohio State, 96-69
UNC (8) 16-1 beat No. 10 Seton Hall, 70-66
Kentucky 13-1 beat South Carolina, 108-82
Michigan (2) 15-2 beat Illinois, 76-68
Duke 13-3 lost to Florida State, 89-88 OT
Virginia 11-2 lost to No. 16 Ga. Tech, 75-71
Arkansas 12-3 lost to Auburn, 100-89
Cincinnati 13-1 beat Ala.-Birmingham, 40-3
Seton Hall 15-3 lost to No. 3 UNC, 70-66
Arizona 11-2 beat New Orleans, 72-69
Oklahoma 12-5 lost Iowa State, 81-74
Purdue 11-3 idle
Iowa 12-3 at Penn State, postponed
UNLV 11-1 beat No. 18 Georgetown, 96-80
Georgia Tech 10-4 beat No. 7 Virginia, 75-71
Connecticut 9-4 beat Providence, 68-61
Georgetown 11-3 lostto No. 15 UNLV, 96-80
Vanderbilt 14-3 idle
Pittsburgh 13-2 beat Miami, 86-84
Michigan St. 10-4 lost to Wisconsin, 67-66
Utah 14-2 beat San Diego St., 78-53
UCLA 12-5 lost to California, 104-82
Ohio St. 9-5 lost to No. 2 Indiana, 96-69
Long Beach St. 13-3 lost to Va. Commonwealth, 95-61

Team
1. Maine (24)
2. Harvard (1)
3. Michigan
4. Miami (Oh.)
5. Minn.-Duluth
6. Boston Univ.
7. Lake Superior
8. Wisconsin
9. Yale
10. Michigan St.

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Record
22-0-2
13-1-1
16-4-2
17-6-3
17-6-1
15-5-2
14-6-4
15-8-1
10-5-2
8-5-2

Points Last Week

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219
184
168
166
138
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80
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Maichigan Daily Athletc-of-the-Week
WHO: Mark Ouimet
TEAM: Hockey
HOMETOWN: Poplar Hill, Ont.
YEAR: Senior
ELIGIBILITY: Senior
WHY: Ouimet totaled five points in the Wolverines 7-1 victory over Notre Dame Saturday. He
scored his seventh and eighth goals of the season to go along with his three assists.
BACKGROUND: One of the fastest skaters in college hockey and a key player on both special
team units. Ouimet leads the team with 34 points. Last season, Ouimet amassed 29 points
while scoring three game-winning goals. Ouimet was a fifth-round draft pick by the
Washington Capitals in the 1990 NHL Draft.
Women capture Simmons title

Ouimet

by Dave Darby
The rumbling you heard Friday
evening was the Michigan women's
track team steamrolling its competi-
tion in the 12th annual Red Simmons
Invitational. Michigan played the
unreceptive host, dominating the
distance events and placing in every
event they entered.
The shot put competition was re-
duced to a two-woman battle be-
tween Wolverines Ronda Meyers
and Julie Victor. Victor set the pace
with a throw of 44-1 1/4", but
Meyers bested her with a 44-6 3/4
heave on her final attempt to win.
While Meyers expects she and
Victor to be first and second in most
of the meets this season, she was
disappointed in the competition.
"I expected a lot more during this
meet," she said. "There were two or
three other girls here who could
throw 44 or 45."
Freshmen Monika Black and
Linda Stuck dueled in the high jump.
Black won the event with 5-7 3/4.
In other field events, Bryn Gerich
took second in the triple jump with a
34-5 1/2.

On the track, Michigan's distance
team was in a class by itself. With
six entrants in the 3000 meters, the
team swept the first six places, with
Chris Szabo winning in 9 minutes,
57.3 seconds. Molly Lori and Katy
Hollbacher were second and third,
respectively.
Karyn Harvey won the 600 me-
ters in 1:34.55, edging out her
teammate Jessica Kluge by half a
second. Running unattached,
Michigan's Kristine Westerby won
the 800 easily in 2:13.47.
The most exciting race of the
meet was the mile. Szabo set a fast
pace but dropped out after three laps.
That left the race to Michigan's
Molly McClimon and Mindy
Schmidt, running for adidas.
On the backstretch of the final
lap, McClimon managed to pass
Schmidt, whom she had trailed most
of the way, to win in 4:47.39.
McClimon said of her win, "We
wanted to run a fast race and we had
it all worked out."
While Michigan's sprinters
Tearza Johnson and Richelle Webb
failed to win their events, they com-

piled several second- and third-place
finishes. Webb was second in the
400 meters in 58.69, third in the 55-
meter dash in 7.36, and second in the
200 in 25.71. Johnson was second in
the 55 in 7.30, and third in the 200 in
25.80.
Michigan's versatile Laura
Jerman won her first individual col-
legiate event in the 55-meter hurdles,
winning in 8.37 seconds. Lisa
Adams took third in 8.83. Jerman
also anchored an exciting 4x400 me-
ter relay, passing her Central
Michigan foe on the backstretch of
the final lap.
"I knew I had to pass her there
because there wasn't enough room
on the curve to pass and maintain it,"
Jerman said.
Jerman and relay mates Adams,
McClimon, and Debbie Manns won
the event in 4:02.68.
The combination of Tanya Clay,
Jen Struht, Kluge, and Harvey ran
away with the 4x800-meter relay,
winning in 9:26.59.
Former Michigan Coach "Red"
Simmons was on hand to award the
Athletes of the Meet.

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A Michigan high jumper competes in the Red Simmons Invitational. The Wolverines took first place in the meet..

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Trivia Answer
The New England
Patriots parlayed an
AFC Wild Card berth
into a Super Bowl bid at
the end of the 1985
season. The Patriots
met the Chicago Bears
in Super Bowl XX in
New Orleans, suffering
a then-Super Bowl-
record 36-point defeat.
New England this week
hired former New York
Giants coach Bill
Parcells as head coach.

Relays close with Wheatley victory

by Tonya Broad
Daily Sports Writer
If you left the men's track &
field meet at the Track & Tennis
Building early on Saturday to go to
the men's basketball game, then you
missed the best part of the Michigan
Relays.
The debut of football players

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Felman Malveaux and Tyrone
Wheatley, coupled with the return of
injured pole vaulter Toby VanPelt,
set up an emotional atmosphere for
the nighttime finals.
Returning from a hamstring
injury, VanPelt won the pole vault
with a jump of 17 3/4. Malveaux
went into the 55-meter finals with
the fastest preliminary time, but
Wheatley stole the event in a
blistering 6.30 seconds, two-
hundredths of a second off a
provisional qualifying time for
NCAAs.

Malveaux finished third (6.40)
and felt good coming into the final
considering he had barely a week's
practice under his belt.
"I had the best time (coming in),"
he said. "But the start was quick and
caught me off guard."
Other standouts for the meet
included Michigan's shotputters
Chris Lancaster and Jery Hannifin,
who placed first and second,
respectively, in the meet. The
Wolverines' pentathletes, Shawn
Clancy and Brian Smith, also took
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