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2B - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - January 27, 1997

NBA Standings
Eastern Conference

Western Conference
Midwest Division

Atlantic Division

ATHLETE OF THE

WEEK

Team
Miami
New York
Washington;
Orlando
New Jersey
Boston
Philadelphia

W
30
30
21
19
11
9
9

L
12
13
21
19
29
30
33

Pct.
.714
.698
.500
.500
.275
.231
.214

Central Division

GB
.5
9
9
18
19.5
21
GB
6.5
8
13
13.5
16
17
22.5

Team
Houston
Utah
Minnesota
Dallas
Denver
San Antonio
Vancouver

w
32
29
19
14
13
11
8

L
11
13
23
26
30
29
36

Pacific Division

Pct.
.744
.690
.452
.350
.302
.275
.182
Pot.
.721
.698
.581
.419
.400
.390
.357

GB
2.5
12.5
16.5
19
19.5
24.5
GB
1
6
13
13.5
14
15.5

Who: Airron Richardson
Eligibility: Junior
Hometown: Toledo, Ohio

Sport: Wrestling
Year: Senior
High School: Roy C. Start

Team
Chicago
Detroit
Atlanta
Charlotte
Cleveland
Milwaukee
Indiana
Toronto

W
37
30
28
24
23
21
19
14

L
5
11
12
18
18
21
21
27

Pot.
.744
.690
.700
.571
.561
.500
.475
.341

Team W
L.A. Lakers 31
Seattle 30
Portland 25
Sacramento 18
.A. Clippers 16
Golden State16
Phoenix 15

L
12
13
18
25
24
25
27

Why: The junior heavyweight wrestler pinned his opponent in Saturday's match against
Northwestern, leading the Wolverines to a 19-18 victory over the Wildcats. Richardson
has a career 14-2 record when the match is on the line.
Background: Earned Academic All Big-Ten Conference honors ... ranked fifth by Amateur
Wrestling News ... 14 wins short of 100 for his career ... Born Aug. 26, 1975 ... Majoring Richardson
in pre-medicine and German.
COMMUNITY SERVICE
STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

Yesterday's scores
NEW YORK 95, Miami 89
MILWAUKEE 94, San Antonio 76
L.A. Lakers 104, SEATTLE 103
NHL Standings
Western Conference

Today's games
Phoenix at MIAMI, 7:30 p.m.
Vancouver at GOLDEN ST., 10:30
p.m.
Eastern Conference

Who: Bobby Scales
Elgibility: Sophomore
Hometown: Brighton

Sport: Baseball
Year: Sophomore
High School: Milton

0

Central Division

Team
Dallas
Detroit
St. Louis
Phoenix
Chicago
Toronto

W
27
22
23
21.
17
19

L'
17
16
22
23
26
30

Pacific Division

Pts.
58
53
50
46
42
38
Pts.
66
51
46
42
40
40
39

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

W
27
24
25
24
20
18
16

L
14
14
19
17
24
22
23

T
7
10
7
5
5
6
9
T
5
5
7
8
6
9

Pts.
61
58
57
53
45
42
41
Pts.
59
55
47
44
42
37

Why: Last Wednesday, he went to Mott Children's Hospital with his teammates, and he will read with SHARE
next week.
Background: In high school, lettered twice in football, twice in basketball and twice in baseball ... As a senior
in high school, he was the MVP of his baseball team with a .403 average, five homeruns and 25 RBIs ..
received all-area honors in baseball and basketball ... Born Oct. 4, 1977, in Troy.

Division

Team
Colorado
Edmonton
Vancouver
Anaheim
Calgary
Los Angeles
San Jose

W
29
23
22
18
17
17
17

L
12
22
23
23
25
25
24

Northeast Division

Team
Pittsburgh
Buffalo
Hartford
Montreal
Boston
Ottawa

W
27
25
20
18
18
14

L
17
19
21
24
24
22

NCAA Hockey Results

Yesterday's scores
Edmonton 3, WASHINGTON 2
Pittsburgh 5, MONTREAL 2

Today's games
Chicago at N.Y. RANGERS, 7:30 p.m.
Tampa Bay at OTTAWA, 7:30 p.m.
Colorado at TORONTO, 7:30 p.m
Los Angeles at DALLAS, 8:30 p.m.
Anaheim at ST. LOUIS, 8:30 p.m.
San Jose at VANCOUVER, 10:00 p.m.

NCAA Basketball Results
Home team in CAPS

Home team in CAPS
CCHA
Friday, Jan. 24
MICHIGAN 5, Miami (OHIO) 2
Lake Superior 5, BOWLING GREEN 2
ALA.-FAIRBANKS 6, Lethbridge 5
MICHIGAN ST. 3, Ohio St. 0
NOTRE DAME 5, St. Cloud St. 2
CORNELL 4, Ferris St. 3
Saturday, Jan. 25
MICHIGAN 3, Miami (OHIO) 0
Ferris St. 6, CORNELL 4
Lake Superior St. 1, W. MICHIGAN 1
ALA.-FAIRBANKS 7, Lethbridge3
Ohio St. 3, MICHIGAN ST. 2
St. Cloud St. 2, NOTRE DAME 1
WCHA
Friday, Jan. 24
ALA.-ANCHORAGE 7, Denver 3
Minnesota 5, MICHIGAN TECH 2
Wisconsin 6, MINN.-DULUTH 3
Saturday, Jan. 25
Denver 3, ALA.-ANCHORAGE 1
N. Dakota 3, COLO. COLLEGE 0
Minnesota 8, MICHIGAN TECH 4
Wisconsin 4, MINN.-DULUTH 1
NORTH DAKOTA 5, St. Cloud 3

Dartmouth 4, VERMONT 4
Rensselaer 3, UNION 3
BROWN 3, Providence 2
Yale 4, ARMY 3
HOCKEY EAST
Friday, Jan. 24
BOSTON COLL. 3, UMass 2
UMASS-LOWELL 3, Boston U. 1
New Hampshire 5, MERRIMACK 2
Maine 7, NORTHEASTERN 2
Saturday, Jan. 25
N. Hampshire 5, BOSTON COLL. 2
Maine 3, BOSTON U. 1
BROWN 3, Providence 2
MERRIMACK 4, UMass-Lowell 2
NORTHEASTERN 4, UMass 0
Sunday, Jan. 26
COLO. COLLEGE 8, N. Dakota 3

Saturday, Jan. 25
Duquesne 78, XAVIER (OHIO) 70
Villanova 84, BOSTON COLLEGE 66
IOWA STATE 64, Texas Tech 61
LOUISVILLE 74, UCLA 71
WAKE FOREST 61, Florida State 58
Michigan 73, MICHIGAN STATE 61
MINNESOTA 91, Purdue 68
STANFORD 81, Washington State 61
ARIZONA 88, Oregon 66
Tulsa 72, BYU 56
NEW MEXICO 61, Texas El Paso 49
UTAH 78, Rice 58
Sunday, Jan. 26
MARYLAND 74, Duke 70
Kentucky 83, ARKANSAS 73
Kansas 77, COLORADO 68
Cincinnati 100, SOUTHERN CAL 81
NORTH CAROLINA 61, Clemson 48
Syracuse 65, CONNECTICUT 53
Indiana 70, PENN STATE 55
Seton Hall 75, RUTGERS 72
Missouri 74, TEXAS 78
Marquette 61, DEPAUL 49
BOSTON U. 78, Towson State 69

DREXEL 77, New Hampshire 74
HOFSTRA 80, Maine 66
Delaware 70, NORTHEASTERN 66
IONA 91, Niagara 90
LOYOLA (MD.) 78, Manhattan 55
FAIRFIELD 74, Siena 64
Canisius 69, ST. PETER'S 52
Oral Roberts 78, CAL-STATE SACRA-
MENTO 55

ECAC
Saturday, Jan. 25
CLARKSON 8, St. Lawrence 3

aro can't
winall
himse
Freshman places
third in competition
By Chris Farah
and Fred Uink
Daily Sports Writers
Freshman Jose Haro is known by
family and friends as "LaLo."
Following the Michigan men's gym-
nastics loss to Illinois on Sunet
220.575-216.00, a more appropriate
nickname for Haro may be "Sweet and
Low."
"Sweet" because Haro led the
Wolverines in six out of seven of the
meet's events.
"Low" because, well ... it rhymes.
Haro won the parallel bars with a
score of 9.80, placed second in the
floor exercise (9.55), and third in
pommel horse, still rings and the
around competition.
Despite Haro's impressive overall
performance, Michigan coach Kirt
Golder felt he can still do better.
"LaLo was a little fatigued today"
Golder said. "(He) didn't have his hest
meet but did manage to win the paral-
lel bars with a personal best."
Haro got some help from junior Tim
DeGraw, who led the Wolverines in the
vault with a score of 9.40, good enou
for a third-place finish. He also m-
ished third in the parallel bars with a
9.45.
Golder may not have been pleased
with Michigan's loss to the Fighting
Illini, but he feels the Wolverines are
making strides toward achieving their
long-term goals.
"As a team, we improved eight
points from our last meet, which is ver
significant" Golder said. "Our4
was to improve 10 points from last
year's Big Ten championship to this
year's. With today's meet, we have
improved six points over last year's Big
Ten championship's score."
Co-captain Flavio Martins, whose
first name incidentally also rhymes
with "low;" managed to place fifth in
the pommel horse and sixth in high bar
despite a recent bout with the flu.
Once Martins and Haro bece
healthy, Golder hopes the Wolvers
can reach the level of teams lile
Illinois.
"The thing I'm most disappointed in
about today's performance is that por
hit percentage is too low (55.8 pe-
cent)," Golder said. "With an increase,
we can shoot for 220 points next week'

Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society
and
The Academic Women's Caucus
announce a joint meeting on
The New Research Environment:
Planning for Change
By Vice President for Research
Frederick C. Neidhardt
at 4 P.M. on Thursday, January 30, 1997
Room 1300, Chemistry Building

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