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2B -- The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - October 7, 1996

SCOREBOARD

.National Football League Standings
American Football National Football

Associated Press Poll
The new AP top 25 College Football
Poll with results from the past week.
First-place votes in parentheses.

?onference
east
;T'am W
A. Indianapolis 4
2. Miami 3
-Buffalo 3
4L Niew England 2
N.Y. Jets 0
Central
Team W
1. Pittsburgh 3
2. Houston 2
2. Baltimore 2
4. Jacksonville 2
5. Cincinnati 1
West
Team W
l1t. Kansas City 4
-: San Diego 4
1. Denver 4
4.Oakland 1
4.,Seattle 1

Conference

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

East
Team
1. Philadelphia
1. Washington
3. N.Y. Giants
3. Arizona
5. Dallas
Central
Team
1. Minnesota
1. Green Bay
3. Detroit
4. Chicago
5. Tampa Bay
West
Team
1. Carolina
1. San Francisco
3. St. Louis
4. Atlanta
5. New Orleans

W
3
4
2
2
1
W
4
4
3
2
0
W
3
3
1
0
0

Team
1. Florida (38)
2. Ohio State (24)
3. Florida State (4)
4. Arizona State (1)
5. Nebraska
6. Miami (Fla.)
7. Tennessee
8. Alabama
9. Colorado
10- Penn State
11. Notre Dame
12. Louisiana State
13. North Carolina
14. Michigan
15. Northwestern
16. Washington
17. WNestVirginia
18. Auburn
19. Brigham Young
20. Virginia
21. California
22. Kansas State
23. Georgia Tech
24. Wyoming
25. Texas

Rec
5-0
4-0
4-0
5-0
3-1
4-0
3-1
5-0
3-1
5-1
3-1
4-0
4-1
4-1.
4-1
3-1
6-0
4-1
5-1
4-1
5-0
4-1
441
6-0
3-2

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Who: Michelle Smulders
Eligibility: Senior
Hometown: Houston, Texas

Sport: Field Hockey
Year: Senior
High School: The Kinkaid School

Why: The senior attacker scored two goals in Michigan's 5-1 win over New Hampshire yes-
terday. She also assisted on the Wolverines' first goal in their 4-3 win over Michigan State
om Wednesday.
Background: Academic All-Big Ten selection last year as well as an All-Big Ten second team
honoree. Second on the Wolverines last year with eight goals while starting in all 21 games.
Led Michigan with eight goals in 1994 as a sophomore. Born April 20, 1975. Enrolled in the
Business School.

Smulders

Week 6 Scores
Home team in CAPS
DETROIT 28, Atlanta 24
MINNESOTA 14, Carolina 12
Green Bay 37, CHICAGO 6
New England 46,BALTIMORE 38
Oakland 34, N.Y. Jets 13
Seattle 22, MIAMI 15
BUFFALO 16, Indianapolis 13
NEW ORLEANS 17, Jacksonville 13
:DENVER 28, San Diego 17
San Francisco 28, St. Louis 11
Houston at Cincinnati 8 p.m.
Monday October 7
=Pittsburgh at Kansas City 9 p.m.
Bye week: Arizona, Dallas, N.Y.
Giants, Philadelphia, Tampa Bay,
Washington

Week 7 Schedule
Sunday, Oct. 13
Arizona at Dallas, 1 p.m.
Chicago at New Orleans, 1 p.m.
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m.
Houston at Atlanta, 1 p.m.
Miami at Buffalo, 1 p.m.
Minnesota at Tampa Bay, 1 p.m.
N.Y. Jets at Jacksonville, 1 p.m.
St. Louis at Carolina, 1 p.m.
Washington at New England, 1 p.m.
Detroit at Oakland, 4 p.m.
Philadelphia at N.Y. Giants, 4 p.m.
Baltimore at Indianapolis, 8 p.m.
Monday October 14
San Francisco at Green Bay, 9 p.m.
Bye week: Denver, Kansas City, San
Diego Seattle

40 J
COMMUNITY SERVICE
STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE WEEK
Who: Jamie Ross Sport: Soccer
Eligibility: Junior Year: Junior
Hometown: Brighton High School: Brighton
Why: Thursday, Ross and head soccer coach Debbie Belkin made a special trip to Mott
Hospital to see a 16-year-old soccer fan who had recently become paralyzed.
Background: The junior defender was selected to the Academic All-Big Ten team, while play-
ing in 15 games last year. Born April 6, 1976. Enrolled in the College of Literature, Science Ross
and the Arts.

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

Team
1. Florida (36)
2. Ohio State (20)
3. Florida State (6)
4. Nebraska
5. Arizona State
6. Miami (Fla.)
7. Tennessee
8. Alabama
9. Penn State
10. Colorado>

Major League Baseball Playoffs

American League
Divisional Playoffs
New York defeated Texas, 3
games to 1
Baltimore defeated Cleveland, 3
games to 1
Championship Series
Baltimore vs. New York (NBC)
1. Tues., at New York, 8:07 p.m.
2. Wed., at New York, 4:07 p.m.
3. Fri., at Baltimore, 8:07 p.m.
4. Sat., at Baltimore, 7:37 p.m
5. Sun., at Baltimore, 4:07 p.m.*
6. Tues., at New York, 8:07 p.m.*
7. Wed., at New York, 8:07 p.m.*
Series are best 4-out-of-7

National League
Divisional Playoffs
Atlanta defeated Los Angeles, 3
games to 1
St. Louis defeated San Diego, 3
games to 1
Championship Series
St.Louis vs. Atlanta (Fox)
1. Wed., at Atlanta, 8:11 p.m.
2. Thurs., at Atlanta, 8:11 p.m.
3. Sat., at St. Louis, 4:15 p.m.
4. Sun., at St. Louis, 7:30 p.m.
5. Mon., at St. Louis, 7:09 p.m.*
6. Wed., at Atlanta, 4:15 p.m*
7. Thurs., at Atlanta, 8:11 p~m*
* - if necessary

11. Louisiar
12. Notre D
13. MIchIga
14. North C
15. West Vi
16. Washing
17. Virginia
18. Northw
19. Auburn
20. Brighan
21. Kansas;
22. Californ
23. Virginia
24. Wyomir
25. Texas

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Rec.
5-0
4-0
4-0
3-1
5-0
4-0
3-1
5-0
5-1
3-1
4-0
3-1
4-1
4-1
6-0
3-1
4-1
4.1
4-1
5-1
4-1'
5-0
3-1
5-0
3-2

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NCAA Football
Results
Home team in CAPS
East
NAVY 64, Duke 27
SYRACUSE 42, Rutgers 0
Pennsylvania 30, BUCKNELL 21
COLGATE 44, Brown 27
Columbia 42, HOLY CROSS 17
Lafayette 17, HARVARD 7
ARMY 39, Yale 13
WEST VIRGINIA 34, Boston Coll. 17
PITTSBURGH 53, Temple 52
DARTMOUTH 20, Fordham 7
South
Florida 42, ARKANSAS 7
North Carolina St. 34, MARYLAND 8

ALABAMA 35, Kentucky 7
Morehead State 30,-CHARLESTON
SOUTHERN 27
Langston 37, Prairie View 20
TEXAS A&M 63, Louisiana Tech 13
TULANE 35, Texas Christian 7
North Carolina 45, WAKE FOREST 6
Florida State 34, CLEMSON 3
Georgia 38, MISSISSIPPI STATE 19
TEXAS 71, Oklahoma State 14
WOFFORD 34, Presbyterian 7-
TEXAS TECH 45, Baylor 24
RICE 38, New Mexico 21
Midwest
NORTHWESTERN 17, Michigan 16
PURDUE 30, Minnesota 27
IOWA 37, Michigan State 30
OHIO STATE 38, Penn State 7
ILLINOIS 46, Indiana 43
Kansas 52, OKLAHOMA 24

NEBRASKA 39, Kansas State 3
Missouri 27, SMU 26
TOLEDO 24, Bowling Green 16 ;
MEMPHIS 18, Cincinnati 16
Ball St. 28, WESTERN MICHIGAN 5"
MIAMI (OHIO) 46, Central
Michigan 14
West
Colorado State 28, HAWAII 16
California 22, SOUTHERN CAL 15
Nevada 54, Nevada-Las Vegas 17
Wyoming 45, San Jose State 22
WASHINGTON 27, Stanford 6
ARIZONA STATE 56, Boise State 7
Utah 34,.TEXAS-EL PASO 27
UCLA 41, OREGON 22
ARIZONA 34, Washington State 27
MONTANA 44, Southern Utah 13

Harriers surprise Irish in South Bend

Division I College Football Leaders

By Pevon Phelan
For the Daily
Last Friday, the Michigan men's cross
country team faced its biggest challenge
so far this year.
The No. 13 Wolverines entered the
16-team invitational in South Bend, Ind.
as underdogs, but emerged victorious.
The Wolverines finished first with 61
points, followed by No. 8 Notre Dame
with 69 points.
"Notre Dame had won the race the
past eight years in a row," Michigan
coach Ron Warhurst said. "It was defi-
nitely a Notre Dame crowd."
The Irish were expected to take a
majority of the top finishes, but the
Wolverines surprised Notre Dame and
came out on top. Duke finished third fol-
lowed by North Central.
"After defeating (Notre Dame), we
know we can run with the top competi-

tion," Warhurst said.
Before the meet, Warhurst said that
the Wolverines would be at an advantage
because the course was easier compared
to others they had previously raced on.
Scott McDonald finished eighth but
was disappointed with his performance.
"I'm not in the kind of shape 1 should
be in for Big Tens, but we've still got
another month," McDonald said.
Because of the number of competi-
tors, Warhurst said he would be happy if
his runners finished between 20th and
30th place. He was impressed with their
high finishes.
John Mortimer led all Michigan run-
ners with his second-place finish.
Todd Snyder finished 17th, Nic
Watson finished 22nd, Steve Lawrence
finished 30th and Ryan Swan came in
31st to round out the Michigan field.
Michigan's Jay Canton finished

eighth with a time of 25.06 in the junior
varsity race. Warhurst was pleased with
his run, and said Canton will move into
the varsity lineup very soon.
i 1
Im not in the
kind of shape I
should be in for
the Big Tens, but
we 've still ,got
another month. "
-John Mortimer
Michigan Cross Country
The Irish are the only ranked team that
Michigan has faced so far this year.
Warhurst said his team is "gradually
moving up the ladder of competition."
"We've got some goals set," Warhurst
said. "We'd like to be undefeated going
into our meets. It's a lofty goal, but we
think we can achieve it."
The Wolverines travel to the Murray
Keating Invitational in Maine next week-
end where they will face No. 3 Stanford.
Warhurst would like to see Michigan
stay within a 20-30 point range of
Stanford. If that happens, "we'll know
we're a strong team,' he said.

Today
No events scheduled.
Tomorrow
Ice hockey vs. Waterloo, Ann Arbor
ice Cube, 7 p.m.
Wednesday
No events scheduled.
Thursday
No events scheduled.
Friday
Soccer vs. Penn State, Michigan
Soccer Field, 4 p.m.
Volleyball vs. Wisconsin, Cliff Keen
Arena, 7 p.m.
Field Hockey at Iowa, Iowa City, 4
p.m.
Women's Cross Country at Michigan
Intercollegiate, Dowagiac, Mich., 4
p.m.
Men's Cross Country at Murray
Keating Invitational, Orono, Maine,
11 a.m.
Men's Tennis at Kentucky Fall
Invitational, all day.
Women's Golf at Lady Kat
Invitational, Lexington, Ky., all day.

I\

Rushing
Player, School
Davis, Iowa State
Hanspard, Texas Tech.
Henley, Kansas
McGee Mississippi State
Harley, East Carolina
Thompson, Oklahoma State
Parker, Oklahoma
Smith, Indiana.
Autry, Northwestern
Pearson, Ohio State
Staley, South Carolina
Passing
Player, School
Blanton, San Diego State
Wuerffel, Florida
Sarkisian, Brigham Young
Clement, Miami (Fla.)
Leaf, Washington State
Plummer, Arizona State
Wallwork, Wyoming
Dutton; Nevada
Manning,Tennessee.
Barnes, California
Darnell, Central Michigan
Fouts, Utah
Receptions Per Game
Player, School
Wilkins, Nevada
Harris, Wyoming
Cleveland, Central Florida
Stokley, SW Louisiana
Atwell, Minnesota
Connell, Texas A&M
Allen, Central Michigan
Griffin, Idaho
Kent, Tennessee

Att.
149
144
127
73
106
142
64
159
130
98
137

Yds.
917
1112.
667
481
638
774
576
688
680
536
669

Avg.
6.2
7.7
5.3
6.6
6.0
5.5
9.0
4.3
5.2
5.5
4.9

YPG
229:25
222.40
166.75
160.33
159.50
154.80
140.00
137.60
136.00
134.00
133.80

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Att.
96
136
196
94
149
140
237
127
139
155.
190
182

Comp.
59
85
136
64
86
82
147
85
89
93
103
112

Yds.
1002
1387
2018
819
1364
1176
2190
10213
1320
1307
1768
1496

TD
11
14
14,
9
15
13
16
9
8
13
15
13

Points
182.8
179.2
173.3
170.7
162.5
156.9
156.9
156.3
154.2
152.1
151.1
150.9

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GP
5
6
5
5
4
5
6
5-
4

Rec.
54
55
45
41
30
37
41
34
27

Yds.
535
864
590
645
427
458
816'
425
498

RPG
.10.80
9.17
9.00
8.20
7.50
7.20
6.83
6.80
6.75

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