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Page 2--The Michigan Daily- Sports Monday - February 1, 1993
'M' Sports Calendar
Monday, February 1
Men's Tennis at Spartan Invitational, all day, East
Lansing.
Tuesday, February 2
Men's Basketball at Michigan State, 7:30 p.m.
(ESPN), East Lansing.
Wednesday, February 3
No events scheduled.
Thursday, February 4
Wrestling at Purdue, 7 p.m., West Lafayette.
Friday, February 5
Ice Hockey at Ohio State, 7 p.m., Columbus.
Women's Basketball at Illinois, 8 p.m.,
Champaign.
Women's Swimming & Diving vs. Notre Dame,
7 p.m., Canham Natatorium.
Men's Swimming & Diving at Michigan State,
7 p.m., East Lansing.
Saturday, February 6
Ice Hockey at Miami (Ohio), 7 p.m., Oxford.
Wrestling at Indiana, with Illinois, 2 p.m.,
Bloomington.
Men's Gymnastics at Western Michigan, 7 p.m.,
Kalamazoo, Mich.
Women's Swimming & Diving at Indiana, TBA,
Bloomington.
Men's and Women's Track & Field at Michigan
State- Relays, all day, East Lansing.
Women's Track & Field at Notre Dame, all day,
Notre Dame, Ind.
Sunday, February 7
Men's Basketball vs. Purdue, 12:45 p.m. (CBS),
Crisler Arena.
Women's Gymnastics at Michigan State
Invitational, 7 p.m., East Lansing.

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

Albany Tte-ninHockey -Poll
The rankings in the Albany Times-Union hockey poll,
as of Jan. 31 with first-place votes in parentheses.

Team
1. Kansas
2. Indiana
3. UNC
4. Kentucky
5. Michigan
6. Cincinnati
7. Duke

Record How they fared

Team

Points Last Week

17-2
19-2
17-2
15-1

beat Rollins,103-56
beat Northwestern, 93-71
lost to Wake Forest, 88-62
beat Florida, 71-48

16-3 lost to No. 11 Iowa, 88-80

15-1

beat DePaul, 80-54

15-3 beat Maryland, 78-62

8.
9.

Arizona
Seton Hall

13-2
15-5
13-1

beat Oregon State, 57-54
lost to Syracuse, 75-67
beat Utah State, 87-78

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

24-0-2
13-1-1
18-4-2
17-6-3
17-5-2
18-7-1
16-6-4
17-8-1
11-5-4
11-6-2

249
213
209
153
153
127
107
85

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10. UNLV
11. Iowa
12. Vanderbilt
13. Pittsburgh
14. Purdue
15. Virginia
16. Arkasas
17. Utah
18. Georgia Tech

14-3 beat No. 5 Michigan, 88-80
16-3 beat Auburn, 73-70

13-3
12-4
12-4
13-4
15-3

Idle
lost to Michigan State, 72-64
lost to Virginia Tech, 59-53
beat Georgia, 97-79
lost to Colorado State, 78-69

35
17

9

Others receiving votes:

11-5 lost to No. 19 Florida State, 96-77

19.
20.

Florida State
Oklahoma

14-6
14-5

beat No. 18 Georgia Tech, 96-77
beat Colorado, 94-70

21. Georgetown
22. Connecticut
23. Tulane
24. Marquette
25. Houston

12-4 lost to Boston College, 71-61
9-6 lost to St. John's, 72-59
15-3 beat S. Mississippi, 65-52
15-2 beat St. Louis, 65-62
11-4 lost to SMU, 70-60

Western Michigan
Michigan State
Clarkson
Alaska-Fairbanks
Michigan Tech
Providence
New Hampshire

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by Antoine Pitts
Daily Sports Writer

WHO: Cam Stewart
TEAM: Hockey
HOMETOWN: Waterloo, Ontario
YEAR: Junior
ELIGIBILITY: Junior
WHY: Stewart totaled eight points in two games over the
weekend. He scored two goals and added three assists in
the Wolverines' 8-1 victory over Illinois-Chicago Friday,
and notched three more assists in Saturday's 11-1 drubbing
of Michigan State.
BACKGROUND: One of the toughest players in college
hockey, Stewart combines physical play with his scoring
knack. Stewart is tied for the team-lead in points with 38,
six more than his previous best of 32, established his
freshman year. Last season, he amassed 28 points, and
played in all 44 games for Michigan. Stewart was a third-
round pick of the Boston Bruins in the 1990 NHL Draft.

Most teams do not like to play
on the road. The Michigan men's
swimming and diving team may not
like it, but after almost two months
of away meets they sure have gotten
used to it.
The Wolverines come home now
after two weekend victories in the
state of Indiana. Friday night,
Michigan (4-1 overall, 2-0 Big Ten)
topped Purdue, 127.5-107.5. Sat-
urday, the Wolverines traveled down
the road to Bloomington to beat
Indiana, 180-120.
The story of the weekend though
was the shuffling of the Michigan
lineup. Several swimmers competed
in events that they normally do not
swim.
"This was the first weekend that
we had a chance to take a break from
the usual events," Michigan coach
Jon Urbanchek said. "We're lucky to
be able to win these dual meets
without really concentrating."
Michigan's depth was simply too
much for Indiana and Purdue.

"We have such a strong team this
year," senior tri-captain Steve Dut-
tenhofer said. "I'm doing the same
times as I did last year and I'm a lot
lower as far as team standings go."
Several swimmers had great
showings for Michigan, but the
highlight of the weekend came Fri-
day night in West Lafayette. Soph-
omore Thomas Blake, in a return to
his home town, broke the Lambert
pool record in the 1000-yard freestyle
with a time of 9:25.71.
"It felt pretty good," Blake said.
"It was real exciting to do because I
had a lot of friends in the stands."
"It's his home town, so he needed
to show off a little to the home
crowd," Urbanchek said.
Also swimming well for Mich-
igan was senior Brian Gunn. Sat-
urday in Bloomington, Gunn took
both the 200 butterfly and 500
freestyle. Junior Rodney VanTassel
also swam well winning the 200
freestyle at Purdue and finishing
second in two events at Indiana.
Senior Eric Wunderlich won two
events over the weekend as well. His

56.62 time in the 100 breaststroke
qualified him for an NCAA
provisional spot.
This means Wunderlich, who
Urbanchek said should formally
qualify soon, is now only qualified
for the NCAA Championships if
enough swimmers do not better his
time.
The Michigan divers also did well
over the weekend. Against the
Boilermakers, the Wolverines took
first through third in both the one-
meter and three-meter springboard
events, but against the Hoosiers,
Michigan could take only one of the
events.
"At Purdue, we dove pretty well,"
senior Brad Lambert said. "There
wasn't much competition for us. At
Indiana, we dove really well in the
one-meter, but not as well in the
three-meter."
Michigan now looks forward to
another meet on the road. However,
this time the Wolverines will stay in
the state of Michigan, traveling to
Michigan State Friday.

After losing to the Dallas Cowboys yesterday, the Buffalo Bills have now lost
in all three of their Super Bowl appearances. The Bills were losers in Super
Bowls XXV and XXVI as well.
The other six teams winless in the Super Bowl are the Cincinnati Bengals,
who lost twice (XVI, XXIII) the Denver Broncos who lost Super Bowls XII, XXI,
XXII, and XXIV; the Los Angeles Rams who lost Super Bowl XIV; the
Minnesota Vikings who lost four times (IV, VIll, IX, XI); the New England
Patriots who lost in Super Bowl XX; and the Philadelphia Eagles who lost in

Super Bowl XV.

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