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2 -- The Michigan Daily-- SPORTSMonday - Monday,_February 28, 1994

Here is how the top 25 teams in college basketball fared this
weekend.

Team
1. Arkansas
2. Duke
3. Michigan
4. North Carolina
5. Connecticut
6. Missouri
7. Kentucky
8. Temple
9. Arizona
10. Kansas
11. Massachusetts
12. Indiana
13. Louisville
14. Purdue
15. UCLA
16. Florida
17. California
18. Syracuse
19. Saint Louis
20. Minnesota
21. Boston College
22. Marquette
23. Georgia Tech
24. Oklahoma State
25. New Mexico State

Record How they fared

22-2
21-3
20-4
23-5
24-3
22-2
22-5
20-6
23-4
22-6
23-6
17-6
22-4
23-4
19-4
22-5
19-6
19-5
22-3
19-9
19-8
19-7
15-10
20-7
19-5

beat Auburn 91-81
beat No. 8 Temple 59-47
beat Illinois 79-70
beat Florida Sate 78-75
beat Pittsburgh 78-66
beat Oklahoma 99-83
beat Georgia 80-59
lost to No. 2 Duke 59-47
beat Oregon 75-71
beat Colorado 106-62
lost to George Wash. 77-66
lost to No. 20 Minn. 106-56
beat Notre Dame 84-82
beat Penn State 71-66
beat Stanford 103-88
lost to Vanderbilt 82-78
lost to Southern Cal 86-78
beat St. John's 81-80
beat Memphis State 71-66
beat No. 12 Indiana 106-56
lost to Georgetown 78-68
beat DePaul 70-62
beat N.C. State 81-69
beat Iowa State 83-81
lost to UC-Irvine 95-87

WHO: Tom Dolan
TEAM: Men's Swimming
HOMETOWN: Arlington, Va.
YEAR: Freshman
ELIGIBILITY: Freshman
WHY: Won 1994 Big Ten Swimmer of the Year and Big Ten Freshman of the Year at this weekend's Big
Ten Championships. Won three events at Big Tens all in pool record times.
BACKGROUND: Member of the 1993 U.S.S. National "A" team.

Dolan

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THE
PRINCETON
REVIEW

By TONYA BARTOW
FOR THE DAILY
AlthoughtheMichigan men's gym-
nastics team did not win any of its three
meets over spring break, it returned
satisfied.
The Wolverines accomplished what
they set out to do, by finishing strongly
in their two California meets.
"We needed to get some very strong
away meet scores for our ranking aver-
age to qualify for regionals," Michi-
gan coach Robert Darden said.
The Wolverines finished a close
second to defending national cham-
pion Stanford, 282.30-281.15 atCali-
fornia-Berkeley Friday night. Cal,

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UCLA and San Jose State finished in
order after Michigan.
Three Wolverines had very
strong showings in their respective
events: Bob Young placed second
in the parallel bars and tied for first
on the rings with Ben Verrall.
Verrall also placed third on the
floor. Brian Winkler also had an
outstanding meet, placing first on
the parallel bars and third on both
the rings and the pommel horse.
"Friday night was incredible,"jun-
ior Rich Dopp said. "We put a scare
into Stanford. With so much support,
we turned the competition arena into
our home gym."
In the meet Saturday afternoon at
Stanford, against the Cardinal and
UCLA, Michigan came in second once
again behind Stanford, 283.70-279.65.
Verrall finished firston the rings. Dopp
finished first on the floor and fifth in the
all-around.
Young finished fourth in the all-
around.
The team attributed a large part of
their success to strong crowd support.
"We were loud," junior Brian
Winkler said. "We had alumni. We had
parents and the team. We werejust up.
It's what did it for us."
Coach Darden said that the team's
qualifying average should be high
enough to get them into one of the top
six berths in the region. Now they can
retool some of the routines and put
together a strong program for Ohio

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t squads
State.
"Now we have a chance to try to
incorporate some harderskills," Verrall
said. "We can test drive them because
we aren't worried about qualifying for
regionals."
"We can rest some of the guys,
Darden said. "Our focus from this point
on is to do as well as we can in the Big
Tens at Penn State March 25-26:x
The Wolverines performance
against Stanford, may help them mthe
Big Ten.
"Our plans now are to do some
scaring in the Big Ten and maybe take
it away from Ohio State," Verrall sai
"It's different from last year becaus
we expect everyone to hit, when they
don't it's a surprise. Our previous losses
were from lack of confidence but (our
confidence) is back."
The men's gymnastics team fMel
the crowd is abig factor in theircompe-
titions. Akey totheir ongoing success
will be continued support.
"We took their house away, and
made it our house. It was pretty mu@
the key to our success," said Winkler.
"We need to get more people at home
meets, especially for the invitational
(March 12), its going to be a great
meet."
The Wolverines were disappointed
at the meet in Chicago, Feb. 20. It did
not go as well as they had hoped; as
they finished second behind Illinois-
Chicago, 277.9-274.0, beating Mic
gan State's score of 226.37.

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