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2B - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSTuesday - January 21, 1997

NBA Standings
Eastern Conference
Atlantic Division

Ui iti m ati

Western Conference
Midwest Division

Team
Miami
New York
Washington
Orlando
New Jersey
Boston
Philadelphia

W
28
28
20
16
10
9
8

L
11
11
19
19
27
27
31

Pct.
.718
.718
.513
.457
.270
.250
.205

Central Division

GB
8
10
17
17.5
20
GB
5.5
7
12
12
14.5
15
20.5

Team
Houston
Utah
Minnesota
Dallas
San Antonio
Denver
Vancouver

w
31
27
18
13
10
11
8

L
9
13
21
24
27
29
32

Pacific Division

Pct.
.775
.675
.462
.351
.270
.379
.200
Pct.
.718
.707
.564
.400
.395
.378
.375

GB
4
12.5
16.5
19.5
20
23
GB
6
12.5
12.5
13
13.5

Who: Brandun Hughes
Eligibility: Junior
Hometown: Peoria, Ill.

Sport: Basketball
Year: Junior
High School: Manual High School

ATHLETE OF THE'

WEEK

Team
Chicago
Detroit
Atlanta
Cleveland
Charlotte
Milwaukee
Indiana
Toronto

w
34
28
26
22
22
19
18
13

L
5
10
11
17
17
19
19
25

Pct.
.872
.737
.703
.564
.564
.500
.486
.342

Team W
Seattle 28
L.A. Lakers 29
Portland ,22
Sacramento 16
Golden State 15
L.A. Clippers 14
Phoenix 15

L
11
12
17
24
23
23
25

Why: The junior guard had his best game as a Wolverine in leading Michigan to victory
over Iowa on Sunday. Hughes scored 18 points, one away from his Michigan career high.
He also grabbed two rebounds and dished out three assists.
Background: Averaged 28.2 points per game as a sophomore at Barton County Community
College ... Named a junior college All-American by Basketball Times ... Led Manual High
School to Class AA state title as a senior ... Named tournament MVP after scoring 32 Hughes
points, including the game winning free throws, in the title game ... Born May 8, 1976.
COMMUNITY SERVICE
STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

Yesterday's scores
ATLANTA 106, Charlotte 97
NEW YORK 95, Washington 79
Milwaukee 114, PHILADELPHIA 104
MINNESOTA 96, San Antonio 83
LA LAKERS 109, Dallas 99
DENVER 132, New Jersey 123
PHOENIX 89, Detroit 86
UTAH 94, Cleveland 74
Vancouver at SEATTLE, inc.
NHL Standings
Western Conference

Today's games
Minnesota at TORONTO, 7 p.m.
Atlanta at MIAMI, 7:30 p.m.
Houston at CHARLOTTE, 7:30 p.m.
Washington at ORLANDO, 7:30 p.m.
New York at CHICAGO, 8 p.m.
Indiana at MILWAUKEE, 8:30 p.m.
LA Clippers at PORTLAND, 10 p.m.
Dallas at GOLDEN STATE, 10:30 p.m.
Eastern Conference
Atlantic bivision

Who: Sara Griffin
Eligibility: Junior
Hometown: Simi Valley, Calif.

Sport: Softball
Year: Junior
High School: Simi Valley High School

Central Division

Team
Dallas
Detroit
St. Louis
Phoenix
Chicago
Toronto

W
25
21
21
19
17
17

L
17
16
22
23
23
29

Pacific Division

Pts.
53
50
46
42
42
34
Pts.
62
46
42
39
39
39
37

Team W
Philadelphia 27
Florida 22
N.Y. Rangers 23
New Jersey 22
Washington 20
Tampa Bay 17
N.Y. Islanders' 13

L
13
13
19
16
21
21
23

T
5
10
6
5
5
6
9

Pts.
59
54
52
49
43
40
35
Pts.
55
53
43
43
38
36

Why: Griffin is a frequent visitor to University of Michigan hospitals.
Background: Named Big Ten Player of the Year in each of her first two years at Michigan
... Won a UM record 35 games from the pitching circle in 1996 ... Named NCSA national
player of the week May 6, 1996 ... Set five UM season batting records as a freshman,
including batting average, home runs, hits, runs scored and at-bats ... Named 1994
California Player of the Year as a senior at Simi Valley High School ... Born Feb. 19, 1976.

4

Griffin

Team
Colorado
Edmonton
Vancouver
Anaheim
Calgary
Los Angeles
San Jose

w
28
21
20
17
,17
17
16

L
10
21
21
22
23
23
22

Northeast Division

Team
Pittsburgh
Buffalo
Montreal
Hartford
Boston
Ottawa

25
t24
X18
18
14

L
15
17
21
20
23
21

T
5
5
8
7
6
8

Yesterday's scores
St Louis 6, NY ISLANDERS 4
Washington 3, BOSTON 2
BUFFALO 2, Chicago 1
HARTFORD 3, Toronto 1
Colorado 4, FLORIDA 2
MONTREAL 4, Detroit 1
San Jose at VANCOUVER, inc.

Today's gomes
Calgary at PITTSBURGH, 7:30 p.m.
Colorado at TAMPA BAY, 7:30 p.m.
Dallas at Philadelphia, 7:30 p.m.
Edmonton at NEW YORK RANGERS
New Jersey at LOS ANGELES

NCAA Basketball
Results
Home team in CAPS
Syracuse 62, VILLANOVA 60
TEXAS TECH 70, Oklahoma St. 64
DETROIT 56, Butler 54
BUCKNELL 69, Brown 51
CLEVELAND ST. 75, N. Illinois 67
MOREHEAD ST. 86, Murray St. 78
Miss. Valley 63, JACKSON ST. 62
Bradley 67, N. IOWA 61
ORAL ROBERTS 76, Valparaiso 72
Maine 68, ST. LOUIS 65
ALABAMA ST. 67, Grambling 53
E. MICHIGAN 76, Bowling Green 67
TEXAS SOUTHERN 84, Alcorn St. 65
TROY ST. 93, Chicago St. 81
S. ALABAMA 65, New Orleans 52
W. ILLINOIS 53, C. Connecticut 50
CREIGHTON 60, S. Utah 49
Delaware 78, HOWARD 68
FLORIDA A&M 68, . Carolina St. 63
COLUMBIA 77, Army 72
RIDER 71, Marist 56
UNC-Greensboro 52, LIBERTY 46
Marshall 70, GEORGIA . 50
VIRGINIA TECH 57, LaSalle 46
SIENA 66, Farifield 58

Jennifer Barber (cross country)
David Barnett (cross country)
Carrie Brady (soccer)
Kristin Buckley (soccer)
Christopher Blunt (cross country)
Ryan Burt (cross country)
Karen Chase (volleyball)
Bree Derr (field hockey)
Linsey Ebert (volleyball)
Debbie Flaherty (soccer)
Amanda Gauthier (soccer)
Tiffin Goodman (cross country)
Brian Griese (football)
Mara Guiillemette (cross country)
Remy Hamilton (football)
Selina Harris (field hockey)
Mike Hynes (football)
Sarah Jackson (volleyball)

Michigan Athletes on AII-Big Ten
Academic Teams
Meg Akehi (volleyball) Shelly Johnson (field hockey)
Lindsay Babbitt (field hockey) Susan Kaminski (cross country)

Holly Logue (cross country)
Shareen Luze (volleyball)
Michael Mahler (cross country)
Ashley Marks (soccer)
John Mortimer (cross country)
Alison Noe (cross country)
John Partchenko (football)
Paul Peristeris (football)
Alana Peters (soccer)
Anne Poglits (volleyball)
Darlene Recker (volleyball)
Rob Renes (football)
Jaime Robbins (field hockey)
Jeffrey Rogers (cross country)
Michelle Smulders (field hockey)
Ryan Swan (cross country)
Chereena Tennis (volleyball)
Nicholas Watson (cross country)

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USA Today!
American Hockey
Magazine's Coaches
Team Point s Prev.
1. MI~chigan (10) ±00 ±
2. Nortt Dakota 84 2
3. Boston University 80 3
4. Michigan State 57 7
5. Minnesota 47 5
6. Lake Superior St. 36 9
1. New Hampshire 34 6
&. Clarkson 32 -.
9. St. Cloud State 25 -
10. Miami (Ohio} 24 4

NCAA Hockey Results
Home team in CAPS

A

CCHA
Friday, Jan. 17
Michigan 5, W. MICHIGAN 5
LAKE SUPERIOR 2, Miami 2
Alaska-Fairbanks 5, NOTRE DAME 4
Merrimack 3, OHIO STATE 1
Saturday, Jan. 18
MICHIGAN 8, W. Michigan 5
FERRIS STATE 6, Miami (Ohio) 4
NOTRE DAME 6, Alaska-Fairbanks 2
BOWLING GREEN 5, Colgate 3
Ohio State 5, MERRIMACK 3
WCHA
Friday, Jan. 17
Alaska-Anchorage 5, N. MICHIGAN 1
Minn. Duluth 4, COLORADO COLLEGE 2

DENVER 5, Michigan Tech 3
St. Cloud State 5, MINNESOTA 2
Wisconsin 5, NORTH DAKOTA 2
Saturday, Jan. 18
Alaska-Anchorage 1, N. MICHIGAN 0
Minn.-Duluth 4, COLORADO COLLEGE 2
Michigan Tech 4, DENVER 4
St. Cloud State 5, MINNESOTA 2
Wisconsin 5, NORTH DAKOTA 2
ECAC
Friday, Jan. 17
Clarkson 6, DARTMOUTH 3
VERMONT 3, St. Lawrence 2
BROWN 5, Air Force 3
Saturday, Jan. 18
DARTMOUTH 6, St. Lawrence 4

Clarkson 2, VERMONT 1
RPI 5, Unlon 2
YALE 5, Niagara 3
BOWLING GREEN 5, Colgate 3
BROWN 7, Air Force 7
HOCKEY EAST
Friday, Jan. 17
Boston U. 5, BOSTON COLLEGE 5
MAINE 6, Providence 3
MERRIMACK 3. Ohio State 1
Saturday, Jan. 18
BOSTON U. 4, Boston College 4
MAINE 4, Providence 1
UMass-Lowell 7, NEW HAMPSHIRE 5
UMass 5, NORTHEASTERN 4

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