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2B - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - September 9, 1996

SCOREBOARD

The Associated Press Top 25
The new Associated Press Top 25 College Football Poll

with results from the past week. First-place votes in parentheses.

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

Team
1.Nebraska (57)'
2. Tennessee (4)
3. Florida State (3)
4. Florida
5. Colorado (3)
6. Penn State
7. Texas
8. Ohio State
9. Notre Dame (1)
10. Miami
11. Michigan
12. North Carolina
13. Alabama
14. Brigham Young
15. Auburn
16. Southern Cal
17. Kansas State
18. Arizona State
19. Virginia Tech
20. LSU
21. Iowa
22. Virginia
23. Syracuse
24. Kansas

Record
1-0
2-0
1-0
2-0
2-0
2-0
2-0
1-0
1-0
2-0
1-0
2-0
2-0
2-0
2-0
1-1
2-0
1-0
1-0
1-0
1-0
1-0
0-1
1-0

Result
beat Michigan St., 55-14
beat UCLA, 35-20
beat Duke, 44-7
beat Georgia Southern, 62-14
beat Colorado State, 48-34
beat Louisville, 24-7
beat New Mexico State, 41-7
beat Rice, 70-7
beat Vanderbilt, 14-7, Thursday
beat The Citadel, 52-6
Idle
beat No. 9 Syracuse, 27-10
beat So. Mississippi, 20-10
idle
beat Fresno State 62-0
beat Illinois, 55-3
beat Indiana State 59-3
beat Washington 45-42
beat Akron, 21-18
beat Houston, 35-34
beat Arizona, 21-20
beat Central Michigan 55-21
lost to No. 12 North Carolina, 27-10
idle

Next Week
idle
idle
idle
idle
vs. No. ii Michigan
vs. Northern Illinois
idle
idle
at Purdue
at Rutgers, Thursday
at No. 5 Colorado
idle
vs,. Vanderbilt
at Washington
at Mississippi
vs. Oregon State
vs. Cincinnati
vs. North Texas
at Boston College
idle
vs. Iowa State
vs. Maryland
vs. Maryland
at TCU

Who: Linnea Mendoza
Eligibility: Junior
Hometown: Santa Barbara, Calif.

Sport: Volleyball
Year: Junior
High School: Santa Barbara High School

Why: Mendoza moved into the No. 2 slot on Michigan's career assist list during the Sept. 2
match versus Louisville. In her 59 games as a Wolverine, Mendoza has recorded 2,172
assists. Mendoza needs 448 assists to pass career assist leader Tarnisha Thompson, who
had 2,619 assists from 1989-1992.
Background: Santa Barbara County Volleyball Player of the Year in 1992 and 1993.
Selected as one of the Top 13 players in California by state coaches poll in 1993.

.I

USA Today/CNN Top 25 Poll
The USA Today/CNN Coaches Top 25 college football
poll, with first-place votes in parentheses.

Schedule

Team
1 Nebraska (57)
2. Tennessee (1)
3. Florida State (1)
Q Florida ( 3)
5 Colorado
6. Penn State
7. Ohio State
8. Texas
9. Michigan
10. Notre Dame
11. Miami (Fla.)
12. Alabama
13. North Carolina
14. Kansas State
15. Brigham Young
16. Auburn
17. Virginia
18. Southern Cal
19. Virginia Tech
20. Louisiana State
21. Iowa
22. Kansas
23. Arizona State
24. Syracuse
25. Texas A&M

Record
1-0
2-0
1-0
2-0
2-0
2-0
1-0
1-0
1-0
2-0
2-0
2-0
2-0
2-0
2-0
1-0
1-1
1-0
1-0
1-0
1-0
1-0
0-1
0-1

Pts.
1,544
1,415
1,412
1,391
1,289
1,206
1,154
1,119
960
856
847
743
672
664
649
614
533
491
457
323
319
309
227
214
189

Pvs.
1
2
3
4
5
6
9
8
10
7
12
13
22
15
16
17
20
21
14
19

No events scheduled
today.
Tomorrow
Volleyball at Eastern Michigan; Ypsilanti
Soccer at Toledo; Toledo, Ohio

COMMUNITY SERVICE
STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE WEEK
Who: Ryan DeKuiper Sport: Basketball
Eligibility: Senior Year: Senior
Hometown: Freemont High School: Freemont High School
Why: DeKuiper along with 13 other Michigan varsity athletes attended Mott Hospital's
Cancer camp. DeKuiper was paired with a cabin of cancer patients that attended the camp
for a weekend of fun and relaxation. DeKuiper played basketball with the campers, partici-
pated in a Bingo competition and signed autographs.
Background: Walk-on who will again contribute in practice and scrimmages. Will be complet-
ing his degree in Education this semester. DeKulper
NCAA Football South Midwest
ResultsGeorgia Tech 28, NC State 16 NEBRASKA 55, Michigan St. 14
HomeGteaminCEON 19, a 3 IOWA 21, Arizona 20
Home team in CAPS CLEMSON 19, Furman 3 .CINCINNATI 24, Kentucky 3
ALABAMA 20, So. Mississippi 10 WISCONSIN 24, Eastern Michigan 3
East ARKANSAS ST. 24, Austin Peay 0 Indiana 40, TOLEDO 6
NO. CAROLINA A&T 31, Winston - Ohio 21, HAWAII 10
Salem 7 SUHR LIOS2,Tnese
RICHMOND 13, Colgate 0 EAST CAROLINA 45, East Tennessee aUTHERN ILLINOIS 27, Tennessee
DELAWARE 49, Lehigh 7 St 21 Martin 14
Villanova 50, MASSACHUSETTS 14 AUBURN 62, Fresno St. 0 Miami (Ohio) 16, BALL ST. 6
ALBANY ST. 21, Central Conn. 16 TEXAS 41, New Mexico St. 7 KANSAS ST. 59, Indiana St. 3
PENN STATE 24, Louisville 7 WOFFORD 35, Lenoir Rhyne 7 Minnesota 30, NE LOUISIANA 3
HOFSTRA 33, Sacramento St. 0 Baylor 24, LOUISIANA TECH 16 OHIO ST. 70, Rice 7
Maine 24, FORDHAM 13 SOUTH CAROLINA 33, Central
Navy 10, RUTGERS 6 Florida 14 West
Southern Conn. 27, MONMOUTH 0 LSU 35, Houston 34
JAMES MADISON 30, Shippenburg 0 ALCORN ST. 31, Grambling 6 Southern Cal 55, ILLINOIS 3
North Carolina 27, SYRACUSE 10 TENNESSEE 35, UCLA 20 CHICO ST. 13, San Diego St. 9
DELAWARE ST. 66, Lock Haven 19 TEXAS TECH 31, Oklahoma St. 3 Utah 17, STANFORD 10
PITTSBURGH 52, Kent 10 SMU 23, ARKANSAS 10 Colorado 48, COLORADO ST. 34
Towson St. 14, BUTLER 3 FLORIDA ST. 44, Duke 7FLORIDA 62, ARIZONA ST. 45, Washington 42
Virginia Tech 21, AKRON 18. Georgia Southern 14 Washington St. 38, TEMPLE 34
MARYLAND 39, Ala.-Birmingham 15 WAKE FOREST 28, Northwestern 27 NEW MEXICO 49, Northern Arizona
WEST VIRGINIA 34, Western NORTH TEXAS 20, Illinois St. 14 33
Michigan 9 TCU 20, OKLAHOMA 7 Wyoming 41, IOWA ST. 38
YOUNGSTOWN ST. 22, Slippery MIAMI (FL) 52, The Citadel 6 Air Force 65, NEVADA-LAS VEGAS 17
Rock 0 Mississippi St. 31, MEMPHIS 10

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INTRAMURAL
SPORTS
PROGRAM
UPCOMING ACTIVITIES
SOCCER Instant Scheduling: Tues 9110 11am - 5:30pm IMSB
Entry Fee: $65.00 per team
Manager's Meeting (Mandatory): Tues 9/11 6pm IMSB
Play Begins: Thursday 9/12 at Mitchell Field (Fuller Road)
3-on-3 Instant Scheduling: Tues 9/17 11am - 5:30pm IMSB
BASKETBALL Entry Fee: $35.00 per team
Manager's Meeting (Mandatory): Weds 9118 6pm IMSB
Play Begins: Thursday 9/19 at the IMSB (Hoover Street)
ICE HOCKEY Entries Taken: Weds 10/23 11am -4:30pm IMSB (Main Ofc)
Entry Fee: $130.00 per team
Manager's Meeting (Mandatory): Thurs 10/24 6pm IMS$
Play Begins: Sunday 10/27 at Yost Ice Arena (State Street)
TRACK & Entries Taken: until Tues 10/1 4:30pm IMSB (Main Office)
FIELD MEET Entry Fee: $5 for individuals/$25 for teams
Manager's Meeting (Mandatory): Tues 10/1 6pm IMSB
Meet Date/Time/Location: Thurs 10/3 4:45pm UM Trac
The deadline for Slow Pitch SOFTBALL entries is Wednesday 10/2
while TENNIS - Singles and Doubles entries are due Thursday 10/3.

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