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,28 - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - February 10, 1997

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-Aesults from games played this week'end by teams in the Associated Press top
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bemResult Next game
KAlansas' beat lbwa State, 69-62 vs, ok lhorra State, WedI,
+' Wake Forest beat Missouri, 13-65 vs. No. 10 Clemso, Wed.
~Kentucky beat No. 16 Vllnova, 93756: vs. LStJ, Wed,
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Uitah beet Cloi'ado Mate, 2>7v..S MtoISt, Thttts.
6. Iowa Slatet to No.. nsa 64at n ttte $t~
74 Maryland lost to No10 Cemson, 8Ot f thWif
8. Duke bt N tt, t NfiTh
10. rnsn lbeat No7 Marl .c tN;~~Frest, I,;<=
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USA Today/CNN Poll
fThe new USA Today /CNN coaches
top 25 Men's College Basketball Poll
with results fromi the past week~.
First-pae votes in parentheses~
Teamn Record Pvs.
I. Kanlsas (24} .234.1
2. Wake Forest (1) 19-2 ' 2
3, Minnesota 3} 20-2 4
4. Kentucky ;i2} 22-3 3.
5. Utah 17.-3 7
6~. Clemson 19-4 8
::7. Duke 1.9-5 1.2
IA Maryland 18 5 9
11, Arionae 15-5 115
.16. Colorado?175 19
27, 'North Carolinla 1.5-6 1.8
2. Vilanova 17-6 14:.
19. X avier'(Ohio)' 16-4 17 '. . ,T x s T c 4 6 2
20 itexrioTec 174-6 25
22. Stanford 13-6 16
23.Tu lane 1.6-7 24
.4 Tu~se 17-6 22
Tem Points Prey.
lb. Mhla(1) 100 1
2. NorthOkta 86 2
3. New iamp shlire 76 4
4. Boston Ujniversity 64 5
5. Vermont 54 9
6, Minnesota 42 3
7. Lake Superior 38 8
8, Michigan State 30 6
9. Clarkson* 23 7
10. Miami (Ohio) 16 10
(First-place votes in parentheses)

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK
Who: Jerod Ward Sport: Basketball
Eligibility: Junior Year: Junior
Hometown: Clinton, Miss. High School: Clinton
Why: The junior forward tied his career-high point total by scoring 19 in Michigan's 81-64
win over Penn State on Saturday ... Ward was 5 of 9 from the field, burying 2 of 3 3-point-~
ers ... He was 7 of 7 from the line ... He played for 29 minutes, grabbing three offensive
and seven total rebounds.
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Background: As a senior in high school, he received the Naismith Award as the National Ward
High School Player of the Year ... He tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee last
season in a game against Washington ... Before the injury, which kept him out the rest of the season, Ward
was averaging 7.2 points and 4.8 rebounds per game.b
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COMMUNITY SERVICE
STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE WEEK,

NBA Standings
;Eastern Conference

Western Conference
Midwest Division

Who: David Jasper
Eligibility: Senior
Hometown: Louisville, Ken.

Sport: Golf
Year Senior
High School: Collegiate

Atlantic
Team
Miami
New York
Orlando
Washington
New Jersey
Philadelphia
Boston

Division

W
36
34
24
22
13
12
11

L
12
14
20
25
33
34
35

Pct.
.750
.708
.545
.468,
.283
.261
.239

Central Division

GB
2
10
13.5
22
23
24
GB
7
10
13
16.5
18
20.5
24

Team
Utah
Houston
Minnesota
Dallas
Denver
San Antonio
Vancouver

W
33
32
23
16
16
11
9

L
14
16
25
28
32
34
42

Pacific Division

Pct.
.702
.667
.479
.364
.333
.244
.176
Pct,
.729
.681
.521
.432
.429
.370
.354

GB
1.5
10.5
15.5
17.5
21
26
GB
2.5
10
14
14.5
17
18

Jasper4
Background: Jasper tied for a fifth-place finish at the Wolverine Invitational ... Competing in
five tournaments this season, he has an average score of 73.57 ... His lowest score this season was 70, while
his best finish was second ... Last season, Jasper had the team's second best scoring average with 76.79.

Why: On Tuesday, Feb. 4, Jasper, along with teammate Brent Idalski, went to the Cottage
Corner pre-school to show 2 1/2- to 5-year-old children how to chip and putt, helping each of
the kids putt a golf ball between two props. He has scheduled a visit by the men's golf team
to Mott's Children's Hospital on Feb. 20.

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-Team
Chic ago
Detroit
Atlanta
Charlotte
Cleveland
Indiana
Milwaukee
Toronto

W
42
34
31
29
25
23
21
17

L
6
12
15
19
22
23
26
29

Pct.
.875
.739
.674
.604
.532
.500
.447
.370

Team W
L.A. Lakers 35
Seattle 32
Portland 25
L.A. Clippers 19
Sacramento 21
Golden State 17
Phoenix 17

L
13
15
23
25
28
29
31

L
~

NHL Standings
Western Conference

Eastern Conference

:Today and Tuesday
No events scheduled.
Wednesday
Men's swimming & diving at U.S.S. Nationals;.
Thursday
Men's swimming & diving at USS. Nationals,

. ...

ffaio, N.Y., all day

Central
Team
'Dallas
~Det roit
St. Louis
Phoenix
Chic ago
Toronto

Division

INCAA Hockey Results
Home team in CAPS

W
32
25
26
23
21
21

L
20
18
24
27
27
33

Pacific Division

T
4
10
6
4
8
1
T
8
5
2
6
6
6
6

Pts.
68
60
58
50
50
43
Pts.
72
59
52
48
48
46
44

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

Division

W
30
27
28
26
21
19
17

L
16
15
22
17
27
27
28

T
8
13
7
9
6
6
9

Pts.
68
66
63
61
48
44
43
Pts.
66
65
50
49
47
47

Buffalo, NY., aHl day

Team
Colorado
fEdmonton
Vancouver
,Anaheim
Calgary
'San Jose
L.A. Kings

Buf

W
32
27
25
21
21
20
19

L
14
23
27
28
28
27
30

Northeast Division

Team
Buffalo
Pittsburgh
Montreal
Hartford
Boston
Ottawa

W
29
30
20
21
20
18

L
19
19
27
25
27
24

T
8
5
10
7
7
11

Friday
H~ockey vs. Notre Dame, Yost Ice Arena, 7 p.m.
Women's basketball vs. Penn State, Crisler Arena, 7:30 p.m.
Men's swimming and diving hosts the Michigan Open, Canham Nat.., 5 p~m.
Men's swimming & diving at U.S.S. Nationals,. Buffafo, N.Y., all day
Women's swimming and diving hosts the Michigan Open,' Canham Nat., 5 pmr,
Mens track and field at Eastern Michigan Invitational,. Ypsilanti, all day
Women's track and field at Eastern Michigan Invitational, Ypsilaniti, all day
Women's gymnastcs vs. Oregon State, Cliff Keen Arena, .7 p.m.
Saturday
Hockey vs. Notre Dame, Yost Ice Arena, 7 p.m.
den's swimming & diving hosts the Michigan Open, Canham Nat., 5 p~rn.
Men's swimming & diving at LLS.S: Nationals, Buffalo,. N.Y., all day
Women's swimming & diving hosts the~ Michigan Open, Lanhamn Nat.. all day
Women's Tennis vs. Western Michigan,.Varsity Complex, I p.m.'

CCHA
Frriday, Feb. 7
MICHIGAN 5, Lake Superior 2
BOWLING GREEN 6, Alaska-Fair. 3
Ohio State 5, NOTRE DAME 3
Saturday, Feb. 8
Michigan State 2, MICHIGAN 1
Alaska-Fair. 7, BOWLING GREEN 5
Western Michigan 3, FERRIS STATE 2
Ohio State 4, NOTRE DAME 3
WCHA
Friday, Feb. 7
MINNESOTA 4, Northern Michigan 3
MINNESOTA-DULUTH 7, Denver 4
NORTH DAKOTA 5, Michigan Tech 2
WISCONSIN 5, Colorado College 2
Saturday, Feb..8
ALASKA-ANCHORAGE 5, St. Cloud 3
MINNESOTA 2, Northern Michigan 1.
MINNESOTA-DULUTH 3, Denver 2
NORTH DAKOTA 7, Michigan Tech 2
Colorado College 6, WISCONSIN 2

ECAC
Friday, Feb. 7
CLARKSTON 3, Union 2
Cornell 5, Dartmouth 3
HARVARD 3, Yale 2
Rennsselaer 7, ST. LAWRENCE 2
Saturday, Feb. 8
BROWN 3, Princeton 2
CLARKSTON 5, Rennsselaer 1.
DARTMOUTH 5, Colgate 3
Union 2, ST. LAWRENCE 1
VERMONT 7, Cornell 5
HOCKEY' EAST
Friday, Feb. 7
Boston U. 6, UMASS-AMHERST 3
New Hampshire 4, UMASS-LOWE L1
Merrimack 7, NORTHWESTERN2
PROVIDENCE 4, Boston College 2
Saturday, Feb. 8
UMass-Amherst 6, UMASS-LOWELL 4
PROVIDENCE 9, Merrimack 4

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