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26 - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - February , 1997

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Results from games flayed this week~end by teams in the Associated Press top
2~ v Men's College Basketball Poll.
Team Result Next gam~e
.± Kansas beat Nebraska. 82-77 at Missouri, Tues.
2. Wake Forest beft Maryiand, 74-69 vs. No. 12O3uke, Wed.
. entucky bt aGergla, f82 . iat N 2S aCro.6na, Tues.
4~ <Utah ls oNwM~~8~I s YTus
S i. Maryard iost 1 Akegrst, 74-9:...:...C tv *Wd.
.'Mlnne ts7~Si >::beaF f3:'ZttNohwetern, 77T + YnState.Wed.
7. iC En~ralstto#Ctte _ ><:< vs. W J TLtu y .:":::he:;....
. Lbuflsvl Tur$
(lO. Arixona::.::. st: 1 to ahIgtnr : 8 s. zona S~ ed ...:......
Vii. Iowa State batTe'sA$ ±-7 #S slor, Wed
12,. Duke bgt GprgW ech 100.t No2 tttre Wd.
13. New MOxico beat Utab87 7 v. 3YfX.oi
*;4. Villarmva beat $Syc.,us7"01vs. 1M. vWg~il, Tu
6. MU~hl~n beat NMcl1,: .58"S a mWlonsn 'ThUM.,
. .dan lost tO 111$oi, 7&74t RM JTres.
.Ot Irtfo liC e . .t NeWaSsk, Wed.
.~ North a6Y0fol beat M IcTn' t4 9v. "o~ tTus
20 Xaie'O'4o beat 1'as, ? 4...at Laa~leM*
21. Tul beat 'T~lU,06.7# RceTh us.
22. Texa~s T0 idle ..? N 23 Texas M on.
23, Texas lost to.Oklahomfl,8n9 : .No, 22 Texas 'Tfeh l on.'
24 Maquette lot W Tutonea53 vs. ManeWed,
28, S. Carolina beat LSU, 3 6 vs.. No. 3 Kentkky, 'toes.

USA Today/CNN Poll
The new USA Today/CNN coaches
top 25 Men's College Basketball Poill
with results from the past week.
First-pace votes in parenflthese5$

acre Sixtbitttwn &dlg
ATHLETE OF THE

WEEK

Tear
2. Wake Forest
3. Kentucky
4.Minnesota
c5. Louisville
S6. Cincinnati
7. Utah
:5. 'Clemson
9. Maryland
1C~ New Mexico
11. Arizona~
1±3. few State
:14. Yillanova
1:6. Stanford
f 1. North Carolfia
19 ~ Colorado
120, South Carolina
l*21. Texas Tec h
22. Tulsa
23. Indiana
24. Th1ane
25. Illinois

Record P
22-0
I &I
15-4
1.5-3
17-4
17-4
1.6-3
13-5
17-5
15-3
13-6'
16-5;
.13-4
15-3
13-6
16-4;
15-5
13-5
17-5
17-6
16-5
15-6

Pvs-
2
5
"8
7
4
9 i
14
10
12
1.3
15.
15
18
20
22
17

Who: Louis Bullock
Eligibility: Sophomore
Hometown: Laurel, Md.

Sport: Basketball
Year: Sophomore
High School Laurel Baptist Academy

Why: The sophomore guard scored 23 points in last Tuesday's 67-59 win over Penn State
and scored 22 points in the Wolverines' 85-65 win over intrastate rival Michigan State. On
Saturday, he was 8-11 from the field with six 3-pointers and five rebounds. Bullock leads
the team in scoring with 573 points.
Background: Set Michigan record for free-throw shooting accuracy in a season as a fresh- BI
man (84.5 percent) ... Named Mr. Basketball in the Washington, D.C., area and 1995
McDonald's All-American as high school senior ... Selected by coaches and media to Honorable
Ten team ... Born May 20, 1977 ... Enrolled in Literature, Science and Arts.

Mention All-Big

COMMUNITY SERVICE
STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

NBA Standings
Eastern Conference

Western Conference

-Atlantic
Team
Miami
New York
Orlando
Washington
New Jersey
Philadelphia
Boston

Division
W L Pct.
34 12 .739
32 14 .696
22 20 .524
22 23 .488
12 32 .273
11 34 .244
10 33 .233

Central Division

GB
_2
10
11.5
21
22.5
22.5
GB
7.5
10
14.5
16.5
18.5
19.5
24

Midwest Division
Team W L Pct.
Houston 32 14 .711
Utah 31 14 .689
Minnesota 22 24 .478
Dallas 15 28 .349
Denver 15 32 .319
San Antonio 11 31 .262
Vancouver 9 40 .184
Pacific Division
Team W L Pct.
L.A. Lakers 34 12 .739
Seattle 32 14 .696
Portland 25 22 .532
Sacramento 20 26 .435
L.A. Clippers 18 25 .419
Golden State 17 28 .378
Phoenix 16 31 .340

GB
.5
10
15.5
17.5
19
24.5
GB
2
9.5
14
14.5
16.5
19

lSA oa/merican
hockey Maazire
CochesPoll
Team Points P rev,
A. michlgan (10) ±00 1.
2. North Dak~ota 84 2
3. Minnesota 70 5
4New Hampshire 61. 7
5. Boston University 55 3
6. Michigan State 48 4
7.. Clark~son~ 38 8
8. Lake Superior 2
9. Vermont 19 -
10. Miami (0hio) 12 10
( :rt plae vtes in parentheses)

Who: David Brandt
Eligibility: Freshman
Hometown: Jenison

Why: On Thursday, Jan. 30, Brandt read to a special education class at Thurston Elementary
as part of the SHARE program. He spent an hour with the class, reading to children and
answering their questions.

Background: The freshman defensive lineman made the All-State Dream Team of The Detroit Brandt
News ... Two-year starter on Jenison varsity team, playing defensive tackle as a junior and
offensive and defensive tackle as a senior ... No. 1 prospect in Michigan on the Detroit Free Press Fab 50 list
.Born Sept. 25, 1977 ... Wants to be a special education instructor ... Majoring in education.

Sport: Football
Year: Freshman
High School: Jenison

Team
Chicago
Detroit
Atlanta
Charlotte
-,.Cleveland
Indiana
Milwaukee
Toronto

W
41
33
30
27
24
22
21
16

L
5
12
14
19
21
22
24
28

Pct.
.891
.733
.682
.578
.533
.500
.467
.364

'~~*

S Chedule
Todays Tuesday and Wednesday
No events scheduled.

NCAA Hockey Results

NHL Standings
Western Conference
Central Division
Team W L T
Dallas 29 19 4
Detroit 24 17 9
St. Louis 25 24 4
Phoenix 22 25 4
Chicago 19 26 8
Toronto 19 33 1
Pacific Division
Team W L T
Colorado 32 13 8
Edmonton 25 22 5
Vancouver 24 24 2
SAnaheim 20 25 6
Calgary 19 26 6
San Jose 19 26 5
L.A. Kings 18 28 6

Eastern Conference

Pty.
62
57
54
48
46'
39
Pts.
72
55
50
46
44
43
42

Atlantic Division
Team W L
Philadelphia 29 15
Florida 26 15
N.Y. Rangers 26 21
New Jersey 24 17
Washington 21 25
Tampa Bay 18 25
N.Y. Islanders 16 26

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

Pts.
65
62
59
56
48
42
41
Pts.
61
60
47
47
46
42.

Northeast Division
Team W L 1
Pittsburgh 28 18 E
Buffalo 27 19 F
Hartford 20 23 ;
Montreal 19 25
Boston 20 25 E
Ottawa 16 23

Thursday
fMen's basketball at Wisconsin, Madison, 7:30 p-m., ESPN.
;Womn's thins at Rolex National indoor, Dallas, all day.
Men's tenis~ at Rolex National Indoor, Dallas, all day.
Friday
Hockey vs. take Superior, Joe tLouis Arena, 7 parm.
Men's swliming & diving at Michigan State, East Lansing, 7 p~m.
Wrestling at Indiana, Bloomington, 7 p.m.
Women's basketball at Penn State, State College, 7,30 p.m.
Women' gynastics vs. Ohio State, Cliff Keen Arena, 7 p.m.
Woien's swhimnhg & diving at Purdue, West Lafayette, 4 p.rm.
Women's tennis at Rolex National indoor, Dallas, al l day.
Men's tennis at Rolex National lIndoor, D;;las, all day.
Saturday
Me's basketball vs. Penh State, Crisler Arena, 1.15 p.m:
.Hockey v5. Michigan State, Joe Louis Arena, 7 p.m.j
Men's swimming & diving vs.. Ohio State,, Canham Natatorium, I p.m.!
Wrestling at Purdue, West Lafayette, 5 p.m.
Wopien's swimmng & diving at Indiana with Northwestern, Bloomington, 1 p.m.
'Men's track &field at Central Collegiate Championships, East Lansing, 'IBA
Women's track & fiold at Canon Classic, Indianapolis, T BA.
Msgyna~stJ at Minnesta, Mirnneapolis, 8 P rm.
WVomen's tennis at Rolex National Indoor,. Dallas, all day,
wen's tennis at Rolex National Ir doow Dalas, al i day.

Home team in CAPS
CCHA
Friday, Jan. 31
ALASKA-FAIRBANKS 6, Air Force 4
BOWLING GREEN 2, Miami (Ohio) 2
W. MICHIGAN 3, Michigan St. 2
(OT)
LAKE SUPERIOR 6, Notre Dame 3
Saturday, Feb. 1
MICHIGAN 6, Bowling Green 2.
ALASKA-FAIRBANKS 6, Air Force 3
W. MICHIGAN 6, Ferris St. 4
LAKE SUPERIOR 4, Notre
Dame 0
MIAMI (Ohio) 6, Ohio St. 4
WCHA
Friday, Jan. 31
WISCONSIN 2, Alaska-Anchorage 2
DENVER 5, N. Michigan 1
NORTH DAKOTA 6, Minnesota 4
MICHIGAN TECH 2, Minnesota-
Duluth 1 (OT)
Saturday, Feb. 1
WISCONSIN 4, Alaska-Anch. 3
Colorado College 4, ST. CLOUD ST. 2
DENVER 6, N. Michigan 3
NORTH DAKOTA 6, Minnesota 2
Minnesota-Duluth 3, MICHIGAN
TECH 3

ECAC
Friday, JAN. 31
Vermont 2, CLARKSON 1
ST. LAWRENCE 6, Dartmouth 1
COLGATE 5, Yale 2
CORNELL 4, Princeton 2
RENSSELAER 5, Harvard 2
UNION 4, Brown 2
Saturday, Feb. 1
CLARKSON 6, Dartmouth 4
Vermont 3, ST. LAWRENCE 2
Princeton 5, COLGATE 2
CORNELL 5, Yale 0
RPI 9, Brown 1
UNION 8, Army 1
HOCKEY EAST
Friday, Jan. 31
MAINE 8, Boston College 6
Merrimack 5, UMASS 3
NEW HAMPSHIRE 7, Northeastern 1
Boston University 6,-PROVIDENCE 2
Saturday, Feb. JL
NEW HAMPSHIRE 10, UMass 0
Sunday, Feb. 2
Merrimack 5, MAINE 4
Providence 8, UMASS-LOWELL 2

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