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2 - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, February 13, 1995

M' Sports Calendar
Monday, February 13-
No events schedued
Tusday, February 14 -.
No events scheduled.
Wednesday, February 15 -
No events scheduled.
Thursday, February .18 -
Women's swimming hosts Michigan invitational, TBA, Canham
Natatorium.
Women's swimming at Big Ten Championships, TA,
Indianapolis.
Friday, February 17 -~
Hockey vs Bowling Green, 7 p.m., Yost Ice
Men's Swimming hosts Michigan Open, TBA, Canham
Ntato riuM.n,11
WomensSwimming hosts Michigan Invitational, TBA, Canharm
Natatorium.
Women's Basketball at Northwestem, 7 p.m., Evanston,
Women's Swimming at Big Ten Championships, TBA, ;
Indianapolis.
Mens' Track at EMU Classic, TBA, Ypsilanti.
Saturday, February 18 -_
Men's Swimming hosts Michigan Open, TBA, Canham
Natatorium,
Women's Swimming hosts Michigan invitational, TBA, Canham
Natatorium.
Women's Swimming at Big Ten Championships, TBA,
Indianapolis,
Women's Track at EMU Classic, TBA, Ypsilanti.
Baseball at St. Leo, 3:30 p.m,, Lakeland, Fla.
Men's Gymnastics at Brigham Young, 7 pm., Provo, Utah.
Hockey vs. Michigan State, 7 p.m., Joe Louis Arena.
Wrestling at Wisconsin, 7:30 p.m., Madison.
Sunday, February 19-
Men's Basketball vs, Indiana, 3:45 p.m., Crisler Arena.
Women's Basketball at Michigan State, 1 p.m., East Lansing.
Men's Swimming at Michigan Open, TBA, Canham Natatorium.
Women's Swimming at Michigan Invitational, TBA,, Canham,
Natatorium.
Women's Tenns at Kentucky, 11 a.m., Lexington,.
Baseball at St. Leo, 2 p.m., St. Leo,, Fla.
Softball vs. Oregon and New Mexico St. at Arizona State Classic,
9 and 11 a.m., Ternpe, Ariz.:
Monday, February 20-
Women's Gymnastics at Utah, 7:00 p.m., Salt Lake City.
Tuesday, February 21-
Men's Basketball at Michigan State, 7:30 p.m., East Lansing.
Wednesday, February 22-
No events scheduled.
Thursday, February 23-
No events scheduled,
Friday, February 24-
Hockey vs."Ferris tat, 7 p.., Yost ice Arena.
Women's Gymnastics vs. Georgia and florida7:30 p.m., I
Atlanta, Gergia ,
Woment s Basketbal vs. Iowa, 7:30 p.m., Criser Arena.
Saturday, February 25 -_
Hockey at Notre Dame, 7 p.m., South Bend'
Men's Gymnast cs at Big Ten Championships, 7 p.m,, Illinois'
Sunday, February 26-
Men's Basketball vs. Illinois, 2 p.m, Crisler Arena.
Women's Basketball at Wisoonsin, 1:30 p.m., Madison.
if any club would like to add its schedule to the 'M' Sports Calendar, l
please drop off a copy at the Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard.
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Associated Press Top 25
Here are the weekend results for the top 25 teams in the AP men's
basketball poll.

WMEB college hockey poll
Here is the WMEB radio (Orono, Maine) college hockey
poll with first-place votes in parentheses.

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Team
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.

North Carolina
Kansas
Connecticut
Massachusetts
Kentucky
UCLA
Michigan State
Maryland
Arizona
Syracuse
Wake Forest
Arkansas
Missouri
Arizona State
Stanford
Villanova
Virginia
Georgia Tech
Iowa State
Georgetown
Mississippi State
Oregon
Alabama
Oklahoma State
Purdue

Record
18-2
18-3
18-1
18-2
16-3
16-2
17-3
19-4
18-4
17-3
15-5
19-5
18-3
18-5
15-5
17-5
15-6
15-7
18-6
14-6
15-5
14-5
17-5
16-7
16-5

How they fared
beat No. 18 Georgia Tech, 85-81
beat Oklahoma, 93-76
beat No. 10 Syracuse, 77-70
beat Southwest Louisiana, 94-63
beat Notre Dame, 97-58
beat Washington State, 98-83
beat Penn State, 68-53
beat Florida State, 80-65
lost to California, 74-72
lost to No. 3 Connecticut, 77-70
beat Duke, 62-61
beat Vanderbilt, 97-94, OT
beat No. 24 Oklahoma St., 81-79
beat No. 15 Stanford, 79-70
lost to No. 14 Arizona St., 79-70
beat Seton Hall, 81-67
beat Clemson, 62-64
lost to No. 1 N. Carolina, 85-81
beat Nebraska. 72-69
idle
lost torAuburn, 70-69
beat Oregon State, 107-86
beat LSU, 74-66
lost to No. 13 Missouri, 81-79
lost to Indiana, 84-73

Team
I: Maine (12)
2. Boston University
3. Michigan
4. Colorado College
5. Clarkson
6. Denver
7. Bowling Green
8. New Hampshire
9. Michigan State
10. Minnesota

Points
120
98
96
92
59
42
42
36
31.
30

Previous
3
2
4
8
7
5

9
6
10

Others receiving votes: Lake Superior 6,-Vermont 2,
Brown 1, Harvard 1, Northeastern 1, Princeton 1

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WHO: Kevin Sullivan
TEAM: Track
HOMETOWN: Brantford, Ontario
YEAR: Sophomore 4
EuGIBILITY: Sophomore
WHY: After setting a record in the mile last week (3:55.90) at Notre Dame, the native Canadian won that event k
with a time of 4:08.61 at the Central Collegiate Championships this weekend. He also finished second in the
800-meter run, leading the Wolverines to win the championship.
BACKGROUND: Sullivan ran a leg of the Wolverine record-setting distance medley relay team last season. Sullivan
and his teammates went on to later break their own record at NCAA Championships. The relay team also
brought home the Big Ten title in that event. The All-American was the recipient of the U-M Athletic Academic
Achievement Award his freshman season. Sullivan also won the mile at Big Tens with a record and placed third .
at NCAAs. Sullivan was also the Big Ten Cross Country Freshman of the Year last year, and represented
Canada in the Commonwealth Games in the 1500, finishing second.
Men's track takes Central Cleits

By Brian Sklar
Daily Sports Nriter
It wasn't too difficult, but the
Michigan men's track and field team
came away from the Central Colle-
giate Championships on Saturday with
the one thing it wanted - a victory.
The Wolverines placed first in a
field of 15 schools, which included
Eastern Michigan, Notre Dame, and
Big Ten rivals Michigan State and
Purdue. Michigan scored 135.5 total
points and finished with a comfort-
able lead over second place Eastern
Michigan, which scored 103 points.
Michigan State came in third (79
points) and Purdue placed fourth (69
points).
In the distance events, Michigan's
Ian Forsyth won the 5000-meter run,
finishing with a time of 14:28.66.
Dwayne Fuqua also won his event,
the 600-meter run, with a time of
1:20.26. Fuqua finished just ahead of

Central Michigan's Tarrieck Mitchell,
who recorded a time of 1:20.33.
Kevin Sullivan, coming off a
record-setting 3:55.90 mile last week-
end at Notre Dame, finished first in
the mile again with a time of 4:08.61.
Sullivan said he was happy to win the
event, but not so pleased with his
performance.
"I won the mile but it wasn't very
competitive," he said. "I'm a little
disappointed with how I ran. I was a
little flat and had a bit of a mental
letdown. I'm not really sure what was
wrong."
Sullivan also competed in the 800-
meter run. He finished second behind
Eastern Michigan's Paul McMullen
with a time of 1:52.72
In the sprinting events, Michigan's
Trinity Townsend came away with a
first-place finish and time of 47.90 in
the 400-meter dash. Townsend, who
last week at Illinois provisionally

qualified for the NCAA meet in
March, was also somewhat unhappy
with his performance Saturday.
"I was disappointed," said
Townsend. "But, under the circum-
stances, I wasn't totally bummed.
There was no competition."
Townsend was also part of the
victorious 4x400 meter relay team,
which included Fuqua, Edzra Gibson
and Todd Burnham. The team fin-
ished with a time of 3:16.40 and was
followed by second-place Michigan
State (3:17.17) and third-place East-
ern Illinois (3:18.36). In the event, the
sprinters had a problem with running
a smooth race because there was some
contact between them.
"I was disappointed at the offi-
cials," said Townsend. "There was a
little bumping and pushing, but they
let it go. Everyone pulled weight."
trivia Answe

The Wolverines also had success
in the field events Michigan's Jon
Royce narrowly beat Toledo's Henry
Patterson and won the highjump with
a mark of 7-feet, 3 inches. Wolverine
Ben Ludka finished third with a jump
of 6 feet, 10-1/4 inches.
The triple jump was won b
Michigan's Neil Gardner, wh*
jumped 50-feet, 10 inches. Jeff
Brandenburg of Western Michigan
won the shot put with a 59 feet, 7-1/2
inches throw. He was followed by
Michigan's Chris Lancaster, who re-
corded a throw of56 feet, 4-3/4 inches.
The team's next meet is Saturday
- at Eastern Michigan. The Wolverines
see their performance this weekend
as a positive step in their direction..I
"The team competed really well
and everything is coming together for
us," Sullivan said.

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Michigan set an overtime record in its 1983-84 season, when the
Wolverines went into overtime 11 times. This season, the team has
racked up 5 OTs and gone 3-1-1 in games that have gone to overtime.

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