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2B - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSWednesday - January 8, 1997

NFL Playoffs
Last Week's Games
American Football Conference
Jacksonville 30, DENVER 27
NEW ENGLAND 28, Pittsburgh 3
NATIONAL Football Conference
GREEN BAY 35, San Francisco 14
CAROLINA 26, Dallas 17
NBA Standings
Eastern Conference

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Sunday's Games
AFC Conference Final: Jacksonville
at NEW ENGLAND, 4 p.m. (NBC)
NFC Conference Final: Carolina at
GREEN BAY, 12:30 P.M. (FOX)
Super Bowl: Sunday, January 26,
The Superdome, New Orleans
Western Conference

ATHLETE OF THE

WEEK,,

Who: Pollyana Johns
Eligibility: Junior
Hometown: Evanston

Sport: Women's basketball
Year: Junior
High School: Evanston Township

Atlantic Division

Midwest Division

Team
Miami
New York
Washington
Orlando
New Jersey
Philadelphia
Boston

W
24
24
16
12
9
8
7

L
8
9
15
17
21
24
23

Pct.
.750
.727
.516
.413
.300
.250
.233

Central Division .'

GB
.5
7.5
10.5
14
16
16
GB
4.5
7.5
8.5
10.5
12.5
13
18.5

Team
Houston
Utah
Minnesota
Dallas
San Antonio
Denver
Vancouver

W
25
23
14
10
9
8
6

L
8
9
18
20
22
23
27

Pacific Division

Pct.
.750
.719
.438
.333
.290
.258
.182
Pct.
.714
.676
.559
.412
.424
.387
.313

GB
1.5
10
13
14.5
15.5
18.5
GB
1
5.5
10.5
11
11
13.5

Why: The junior center led the Wolverines to victory over Northwestern on Jan. 3, scoring 26
points and grabbing 14 rebounds. In the previous game against Minnesota, Johns recorded her
400th career rebound, becoming only the 15th Wolverine with 400 boards and 500 points.
Background: Throws discus for the women's track and field team ... placed eighth at the
1996 outdoor Big Ten Championship ... selected to the 1995-96 All-Big Ten second team
by the media and All-Big Ten third team by the conference's coaches ... led Big Ten in Johns
rebounding last season with 9.9 boards per game ... enrolled in Division of Kinesiology.
COMMUNITY SERVICE
STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

Team
Chicago
Detroit
Cleveland
Atlanta
Charlotte
Milwaukee
Indiana
Toronto

W
29
24
21
19
18
16
15
10

L
4
8
11
11
14
16
16
22

Pct.
.879
,750
.656
.636
.563
.500
.484
.318".

Team W
L.A. Lakers 25
Seattle 24
Portland 19
Sacramento 14,
L.A. Clippers 14
Golden State12
Phoenix 10

L
10
11
15
20
19
19
23

Who: Pat Kratus
Eligibility: Freshman
Hometown: Rocky River, Ohio

Sport: Football
Year: Sophomore
High School: St. Ignatius

Yesterday's scores
L.A. Clippers 87, TORONTO 80
ATLANTA 105, Phoenix 103 (OT)
Milwaukee 86, DETROIT 76
INDIANA 95, Cleveland 90
NEW JERSEY 90, San Antonio ,74
NEW YORK 102, Dallas 72
ORLANDO 109, Philadelphia 88
Houston 104, Minnesota 95
SEATTLE 94, Miami 85
Denver at-SACRAMENTO, Inc.
NHL Standings.
Western Conference

Today's games
San Antonio at BOSTON
Houston at CLEVELAND
Dallas at PHILADELPHIA
Phoenix at WASHINGTON
Seattle at DENVER
Miami at PORTLAND
Charlotte at L.A. LAKERS
Vancouver at GOLDEN STATE
Eastern Conference

Central Division

Team
Dallas
Detroit
Phoenix
St. Louis
Chicago
Toronto

W
23
20
18
18
15
17

L
15
13
19
21
21
24

Pacific Division

Pts.
49
47
40
40
37
34
Rts.
55
39
33
33
32
30

Atlantic I
Team
Philadelphia
Florida
N.Y. Rangers
New Jersey
Washington
Tampa Bay
N.Y. Islanders

W
26
21
22
21
17
14
12

L
12
10
16
15
20
20
20

Pts.
56
51
50
45
38
33
32
Pts.
48
46
41
40
36
31

Division

Team
Colorado
Edmonton
Vancouver
Anaheim
Calgary
San Jose
Los Angeles

W
24
19
19
14
14
14
13

L
10
19
19
21
22
21
23

Northeast Division

Team
Pittsburgh
Buffalo
Hartford
Montreal
Boston
Ottawa

W
22
21
17
16
15
12

L
15
15
16
18
19
20

Yesterday's scores
Pittsburgh 5, N.Y. ISLANDERS 3
PHILADELPHIA 7, Boston 3
Edmonton 5, ST. LOUIS 2
Toronto at CALGARY, Inc.
Vancouver at LOS ANGELES, inc.
Buffalo at SAN JOSE, inc.

Today's games
Colorado at NEW JERSEY
Tampa Bay at N.Y. RANGERS
Edmonton at CHICAGO
Detroit at DALLAS
Florida at ANAHEIM

USA TodayICNN Poll
The final USA Today/CNN c ches
top 25 College FootbalH Poll with
results from the past week. First-
place votes in parentheses
Team Record Pvs.
1. Florida (58) 121. 3
2. Ohio State (4) 11.1 4
3. Florida State 21.1. 1
4. Arizona State 1x 2
5.8riham Y5urng 14.1:! 5
6. Nebraska 11.2 6
7. PennState 112 2 7
8. Colorado 10-2 8
9. Tennessee 10-2 10'
10. North Carolina 10.2 13
11. Alabama 10-3 15
12. Virginia Tech 10-2 9
13. Louisiana State 10-2 16
14. Miami (Fa.) 9-3 19
15. Washington 9-3 12
16. Northwestern 9-3 11
17. Kansas State 9-3 14
18. Iowa 9-3 21
19. Syracuse 9-3 22
20. Mchigan 8-4 17
21. Notre Dame 8-3 18
22. Wyoming 10-2 23
23. Texas 8-5 20
24. Army 10-2 24
25. Auburn 8-4 -
USA Today College
Hockey Coaches Poll
Team Poilnts Prev.
1. Mchigan (10) 100 1
2. North Dakota 86 3
3. Boston University 79 5
4. Minnesota 65 4
5. New Hampshire 62 2
6. Miami(Ohio) 53 6
7. Michigan State 32 8
8. Vermont 24 9
9. Lake Superior 18 -
10. Colorado College 11 7
(First-place votes in parentheses)
NCAA Men's
Basketball
Results
Home team in CAPS
Iowa 59, PURDUE 56
KENTUCKY 90, Mississippi State 61
Marquette 67, IOWA STATE 64
CLEMSON 86. Duke 82 (OT)
DAYTON 87, Xavier (Ohio) 78
Boston College 94, SYRACUSE 83
Rhode Island 79, TEMPLE 72
DREXEL 102, Towson State 72
HARTFORD 76, Maine 53
GEORGETOWN 70, Notre Dame 57
DELA. ST. 67,NMid-Eastern Shore 60
HOFSTRA 81, Deleware 70
VERMONT 77, New Hampshire 65
Colorado 87, MISSOURI 78
WICHITA STATE 64, Bradley 59
Evansville 80, SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 75
MEMPHIS 60, South Florida 59
N.C. STATE 75, Texas Pan-American 25

Why: During the football team's trip to Tampa for the Outback Bowl, Kratus and nine team-
mates paid a visit to St. Joseph's Hospital. Kratus is also a frequent visitor at several hospi-
tals in the Ann Arbor area.
Background: Listed as No. 5 linebacker and an All-American by BlueChip Illustrated in 1995
... hails from the same high school as former Michigan defensive tackle Trent Zenkewicz ...
helped lead St. Ignatius to two state championships and a 27-1 overall record ... enrolled
in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts.

Kratus

College Bowl
Game Results
LAS VEGAS BOWL, Dec. 19
Nevada 18, Ball State 15
ALOHA BOWL, Dec. 25
Navy 42, California 38
BLUE-GRAY GAME, Dec. 25
Blue 44, Gray '34
UBERTY BOWL, Dec. 27
Syracuse 30, Houston 17
CARQUEST BOWL, Dec. 27
Miami (Fla.) 31, Virginia 21
COPPER BOWL, Dec. 27
Wisconsin 38, Utah 10
PEACH BOWL, Dec. 28
Louisiana State 10, Clemson 7
ALAMO BOWL, Dec. 29
Iowa 27, Texas Tech 0
HOLIDAY BOWL, Dec. 30
Colorado 33, Washington 21
SUN BOWL, Dec. 31
Stanford 38, Michigan State 0
HERITAGE BOWL, Dec. 31
Howard 27, Southern 24
INDEPENDENCE BOWL, Dec. 31
Auburn 32, Army 29
ORANGE BOWL, Dec. 31
Nebraska 41, Virginia Tech 21
OUTBACK BOWL, Jan.1
Alabama 17, Michigan 14
GATOR BOWL, Jan.1
North Carolina 20, West Virginia 13
CITRUS BOWL, Jan. 1
Tennessee 48, Northwestern 28
COTTON BOWL, Jan.1
Brigham Young 19, Kansas State 15
ROSE BOWL, Jan. 1
Ohio State 20, Arizona State 17
FIESTA BOWL, Jan. 1
Penn State 38, Texas 15
SUGAR BOWL, Jan. 2
Florida 52, Florida State 20

NCAA Hockey Results

*1*

Home team in CAPS
CCHA
Sunday, Jan. 5
Lake Superior 6, OHIO STATE 4
Saturday, Jan. 4
N. Dakota 5, WESTERN MICH. 3
Lake Superior 3, OHIO STATE 1
Bowling Green 7, FERRIS ST. 2
Friday, Jan. 3
FERRIS ST. 5, Bowling Green 3
Miami (Ohio) 6, NOTRE DAME 3
N. Dakota 6, WESTERN MICH, 3
ECAC
Saturday, Jan. 4
RPI,7, Yale 2
Vermont 4, BROWN 3
UNION 6, Princeton 4
Harvard 3, DARTMOUTH 2
CLARKSON 5, Colgate 2
Colgate 4, ST. LAWRENCE 2
Friday, Jan. 3
Princeton 6, RPI 0
UNION 2, Yale 1
Colgate 3, CLARKSON 2

Cornell 1, ST. LAWRENCE 1
DARTMOUTH 6, Brown 4
VERMONT 5, Harvard 1
HOCKEY EAST
Monday, Jan. 6
BOSTON COLL. 5, U-Mass-Amherst 4
Sunday, Jan. 5
Boston U. 3, NEW HAMPSHIRE 2
Saturday, Jan. 4
Maine 8, U-MASS-LOWELL 5
Friday. Jan. 3
Merrimack 6, ARMY 1
BOSTON U. 9, New Hampshire 4
U-MASS-LOWELL 6, Boston Coll. 4
Maine 5, PROVIDENCE 4
WCHA-
Saturday, Jan. 4
Minn. 6, ALASKA-ANCHORAGE 2 1
St. Cloud 1, DENVER 1
WISCONSIN 5, Michigan Tech 1
N. MICHIGAN 9, Laurentian 3
Northeastern 3, AIR FOF'CE 2

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