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- SPORTSMonday - February 17, 1997

NBA StandingsI fow the AP Top 25 Fared

SCOREBOARD

-Eastern Conference

Western Conference

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Atlantic Division
'V~am W
~Mami 39
NewYork 38
Orlando 24
Washington 23
-T New Jersey 15
Thiiadelphia 12
.Boston 11
Central Division
'ream W
Chicago 45
Detroit 38
Atlanta 33
Charlotte 30
Cleveland 27
Milwaukee 24
Indiana 23
Toronto 17

Midwest Division

L
12
14
24
27
35
38
38
L
6
13
16
21
22
26
27
34

Pet.
.765
.731
.500
.460
.300
.240
.224
Pct.
.882
.745
.673
.588
.551
.480
.460
.333

GB
1.5
13.5
15.5
23.5
26.5
27
GB
7
11
15
17
20.5
21.5
28

Team
Utah
Houston
Minnesota
Dallas
Denver
San Antonio
Vancouver

w
36
33
25
16
17
12
11

L
14
18
26
31
35
37
43
L
14
15
24
29
27
29
33

Pct.
.720
.647
.490
.340
.405
.245
.204
Pct.
.725
.875
.529
.431
.426
.396
.365

GB
3.5
11.5
18.5
20.5
23.5
27
GB
1.5
10
15
15
16.5
18

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

Pacific Division

Team
LA. Lakers
Seattle
Portland
Sacramento
LA. Clippers
Golden State
Phoenix

W
37
35
27
22
24
19
19

Who: Brendan Morrison Sport: Hockey
Hometown: Pitt Meadows, B.C. Year: Senior
High School: Pitt Meadows Secondary School Eligibility: Senior
Why: The senior center recorded two goals and four assists in two
games against Notre Dame over the weekend. The four assists and six
points gave him Michigan's all-time career points and assists record.
Background: Two time finalist for the Hobey Baker Award, given to the
best player in college hockey ... Scored the overtime goal in the NCAA
finals against Colorado College last year to give Michigan its first
NCAA championship in 32 years ... Named The Hockey News U.S.
College Hockey Player of the Year in 1996 ... Drafted by the New
Jersey Devils in the 2nd round of the 1993 NHL draft ... Born August

NHL Standings
Eastern Conference

Morrison

Westem Conference

Atlantic Division
Team W
Philadelphia 33
Florida 28
New Jersey 29
N.Y. Rangers 28
Washington 23
N.Y. Islanders 19
Tampa Bay 20

16
17
17
24
28
28
29

T
-8
13
9
7
6
10
6
T
9
5
11
7
12
7

Pts.
74
69
67
63
52
48
46
Pts.
69
65
53
51
50
47

Central Division
Team W
Dallas 33
Detroit 27
St. Louis 27
Phoenix 26
Chicago 23
Toronto 21
Pacific Division
Team W
Colorado 35
Edmonton 28
Vancouver 26
Calgary 24
Anaheim 22
San Jose 20
Los Angeles 19

L
21
19
26
28
27
35
L
14
24
28
28
29
31
31

T
4
10
6
4
8
2
T
8
6
2
6
6
6
8

Pts.
70
64
60
56
54
44
Pts.
78
62
54
54
50
46
46

Northeast Division
Team W L
Buffalo 30 19
Pittsburgh 30 22
Montreal 21 28
Hartford 22 28
Ottawa 19 26
Boston 20 30

NCAA Men's Basketball R
Yesterday
East
St. Joseph's Pa. 77, FORDHAM 66
DREXEL 83 Hofstra 70
BOSTON COLLEGE 74, Seton Hall 57
RHODE ISLAND 85, Temple 82
LOYOLA MD 77, Niagara 68
Midwest
Indiana 84, Michigan 81{OT)
No. 18 VILLANOVA 75. Notre Dame 70
Bradley 70, Indiana State 50

tesults
ST. LOUIS 56, Depaul 45
DETROIT 72, Wisc. Green Bay 36
NEBRASKA 79, Texas 67
Southwest
North Carolina State 60, No. 2 WAKE FOR-
EST 59
Memphis 62, No. 23 TULANE 56
Saturday
East
No. 19 XAVIER (OHIO) 87, George
Washington 76

UMASS 78, No. 10 Maryland 61
Syracuse 87, WEST VIRGINIA 77
PROVIDENCE 84, Pittsburgh 70
NAVY 78, Bucknell 67
West
No. 24 UCLA 92, ARIZONA STATE 81
No. 11 ARIZONA 101, USC 77
No. 1 KANSAS 114, No. 15 Colorado 74
No. 5 UTAH 94, TCU 91
No. 22 STANFORD 83, Oregon 61
CALIFORNIA 90, Oregon 68
WASHINGTON 91, Washington State 71

COMMUNITY SERVICE
STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

Who: Stacey Thomas
Hometown: Flint, MI.
High School: Southwestern Academy

Sport: Women's basketball
Year: Freshman
Eligibility: Freshman

Transactions
Sunday
Hockey
Fort Wayne Komets (IHL) - Recalled center John Emmons from the Dayton
Bombers of the East Coast Hockey League.
Saturday
college
Florida International - Announced the resignation of Ted Aceto, effective March 1.
Baseball
Los Angeles Dodgers - Agreed to terms with infielder Chad Fonville on a one-year
contract.
Philadelphia Phillies - Agreed to terms with third baseman Scott Rolen and infield-
er Wendell Magee on one-year contracts.
Basketball
National Basketball Association - Suspended Seattle SuperSonics forward Shawn
Kemp one game without pay and fined him $3,000 and suspended
Houston Rockets forward Charles Barkley one game without pay and
fined him $2,500 for his actions during Friday's game at Seattle.
Friday
college
American East Conference - Suspended Boston University forward Tunji Awojobi
for Saturday's game against Hartford after his ejection from Thursday's
game against Vermont.
Southland Conference - Suspended Texas-Arlington women's basketball coach
Mike Dean and issued a public reprimand after he was ejected
from Thursday night's game against Sam Houston State.
Arizona State - Named Johnny barr linebackers coach.
Furman - Announced the resignation of men's basketball coach Joe Cantafio,
effective the end of the season.
Texas - Named Ron Aiken defensive tackles coach.
Baseball
Atlanta Braves - Agreed to terms on a oneyear contract with catcher Javy Lopez,
avoiding arbitration.
Baltimore Orioles - Agreed to terms on a one-year contract with pitcher Mike
Mussina, avoiding arbitration.
Cincinnati Reds - Signed second baseman Bret Boone to a four-year contract with
a club option for 2001, avoiding arbitration.
Houston Astros - Signed pitchers Ramon Garcia and Doug Mlicki to one-year con-
tracts.
New York Mets - Signed pitcher Mike Welch.
St. Louis Cardinals - Signed pitcher Donovan Osborne to a three-year contract
with an option for 2000: signed outfielder Andy Van Slyke, infielder-out
fielder Cory Snyder and infielder Roberto Mejia to mnorleague con
tracts and invited them to spring training.

Why: On Thursday, Feb. 13, Stacy joined two other teammates in read-
ing for the SHARE reading program.
Background: Academic All-Big Ten selection last year as well as an All-
Big Ten second team honoree ... Second on the Wolverines last year
with eight goals while starting in all 21 games ... Led Michigan with
eight goals in 1994 as a sophomore ... Born April 20, 1975 ... Enrolled
in the Business School.

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NCAA Hockey Results
CCHA
Yesterday
Ohio State 4, Bowling Green 2
Saturday
Michigan 6, Notre Dame 1
Bowling Green 5, Western Michigan 3
Michigan St. 6, Lake Superior St. 3
Miami (Oh.) 6, Ferris St. 2
Alaska-Farbanks 8, St. Norbert 0
Friday
MichIgan 3, Notre Dame 1
Miami (Oh.) 2, Michigan State 1
Lake Superior St. 5, Ferris St. 2
Alaska-Fairbanks 5, St. Norbert 1
WCHA
Saturday
Michigan Tech 5, Alaska-Anchorage 3
Denver 6, Colorado College 1

Minnesota 7. Minnesota-Duluth I
North Dakota 5, Northern Michigan 3
Saint Cloud St. 7, Wisconsin 1
Friday
Michigan Tech 4, Alaska-Anchorage 3 (OT)
Colorado College 4, Denver 3
Minnesota-Duluth 8, Minnesota 4
Northern Michigan 2, North Dakota 1
Saint Cloud St. 5, Wisconsin 4
ECAC
Saturday
St. Lawrence 3, Princeton 3
Clarkson 2. Yale 0
Harvard 5, Colgate 2
Cornell 7, Brown 2
Vermont 3, RPI 3
Union 2, Dartmouth 0
Friday
Clark son 2, Princeton 1

St. Lawrence 4, Yale 4
Colgate 10, Brown 7
Cornell 2, Harvard 1
Rensselaer 5, Dartmouth 4
Union 2, Vermont 0
Hockey East
Saturday
Merrimack 5, Boston College 2
Maine 6, UMass 4
Boston University 6, UMass-Lowell 1
Providence 5, New Hampshire 9
Friday
Army 2, Northeastern 1
UMass-Lowell 5, Boston University 5 (OT)
Maine 8, UMass 1
Merrimack 11, Boston College 5
Providence 3, New Hampshire 2

AP Women's Poll NCAA Women's Basketball Results

Yesterday
East
Connecticut 86, Miami (Fla.) 59
Michigan Tech 80, W. Michigan 59
Ohio University 60, Pace 58 (2 OT)
Midwest
Michigan St. 78, Illinois 75
Purdue 62, Wisconsin 43
Notre Dame 97, Providence 74
South
Clemson 72, Duke 69
Old Domninion 96, William & Mary 36
Arkansas 71, Mississippi 62
Alabama 68, Florida 63
Tulane 67, DePaul 59
Virginia 73. Florida State 44
Louisianna Tech 65, W. Kentucky 73

Saturday
East
George Washington 73, Dayton 42
Midwest
Kansas 72, Colorado 60
South
LSU 73, South Carolina 66
Texas Tech. 79, Baylor 60
Stephen F. Austin 86, Tex.-Arling. 68
Tennessee 76, Auburn 63
West
Stanford 69. Oregon 66

Wrestling Results
Results from Sunday's dual meet against Minnesota.
Team Competition
Minnesota 28, Michigan 10
118 lbs.
Greg DeLeon won by forfeit.
126 lbs.
Pat Connors, Minnesota d. Chris Viola, Michigan, 9-6.
134 Ibs.
Troy Marr, Minnesota d. Corey Grant, Michigan, 4-3.
142 lbs.
Jason Davids, Minnesota major dec. Teya Hill, Michigan, 13-4.
150 lbs.
Bill Lacure, Michigan maj. dec. Chad Kraft, Minnesota, 9-0.
158 lbs.
Josh Holliday, Minnesota d. Otto Olson, Michigan, 11-9.
167 lbs.
Zac Taylor, Minnesota d. Jeff Catrabone, Michigan, 7.5.
177 lbs.
Brandon Eggum, Minnesota d. Joe DeGain, Michigan, 16-9.
1"0 lbs.
Tim Hartung, Minnesota won by fall Frank Lodeserto, Michigan, F 2:59.
Heavyweight
Shelton Benjamin, Minnesota d. Airron Richardson, Michigan, 11.6.
Daily Sports.
THE MOST COMPLETE COVERAGE OF
MICHIGAN SPORTS.
BAR NONE.

Track and Field Results
Results from the Eastern Michigan University Classic
this weekend.
35 lb. Weight Throw
1. Jud Logan, NYAC, 72-0 1/4 (21.95m).
High Jump
1. Jon Royce, unattached, 7.2 (2.185m).
Long Jump
1. Henry Patterson, Texas, 22-13/4 (7m).
Pole Vault
1. Travis Downey, unattached, 16-6 (5.03m).
2. Alex Lengemann, Michigan, 140 (4.27m).
Shot Put
1. Adam Rose. BGSU, 56.0 (17.07m).
Triple Jump
1. Jermaine Carswell, Edinboro, 46.7 1/2 (14.21m).
60 Meters
1. Damon Devasher, Michigan, 6.88.
6. Steve Jenkins, Michigan, 7.01.
60 Meter Hurdles
1. Greg Richards, Central Michigan, 8.00.
200 Meters
1. Clemente Chukwu, Eastern Michigan, 20.76.
400-Meters
1. Fabian Rawlins, 48.71.
800 Meters
1. Josh Wonder, Sienna Heights, 1:54.26.
Mile Run (Invitational)
1. Paul McMullen, Asics, 3:58.61.
3. Don McLaughlin, Michigan, 4:04.09.
4. Scott MacDonald, Michigan, 4:04.19.
. Jay Cantn, Michigan, 4:12.33.
3,000 Meters (invitational)
1. Lee Shaw, Eastern Michigan, 8:30.48.
5,000 Meters
1. Clint Verran, Eastern Michigan, 14:14.93.
1,600 Meter Relay
1. Athletic Alums, 3:24,48
Distance Medley Relay
1: Arkansas, 9:40,37.

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