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2B - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - January 13, 1997

NFL Playoffs
Yesterday's Games
American Football Conference
NEW ENGLAND 20, Jacksonville 6
National Football Conference
GREEN BAY 30, Carolina 13
NBA Standings
Eastern Conference

In Two Weeks
Super Bowl XXXI:
Sunday, Jan. 26,
The Superdome,
New Orleans
Western Conference
Midwest Division

Atlantic Division

Team
New York
Miami
Washington
Orlando
New Jersey
Boston
Philadelphia

W
26
25
19
13
9
8
8

L
9
10
15
18
23
25
26

Central Division

Pct.
.743
.714
.559
.419
.281
.242
.235
1
Pct.
.886
.765
.656
.618
.543
.514
.485
.353

GB
1
6.5
11
15.5
17
17.5
GB
4.5
8.5
9.5
12
13
14
18.5

Team
Houston
Utah
Minnesota
Dallas
San Antonio
Denver
Vancouver

W
27
23
16
12
9
9
7

L
9
12
19
20
25
26
29

Pct.
.750
.657
.457
.375
.265
.257
.194

Pacific Division

GB
3.5
10.5
13
17
17.5
20
GB
1
7
11.5
12
12
15

How the top 25 fared
latest results
1. Kansas (16-0) beat Baylor, 87-68
2. Wake Forest (12-0) bet No. 10 Duke. 81-69
3. Kentucky (14-2) lost to Mississipi, 73-69
4. Iowa State (11-1) beat 0olahorna, 82-55
5. Clemson (14-1) beat Ficida State. 76-70
6. Cincinnati (11-2) beat Miamn<Ohio. 1-61
7. Arizona (10-2) beat Arizona State, 92-84
8. Vlianiova (12 3) lost to Miam, 61 59
9. Utah<{10-2) beat rghamoung.;151
10. Duke (11-4) lost to No, 2 Wa a Forst 8169
11. Miresot (1541) bet No.16 Mich(gn, 70-64;
12. Xavier, Ohio (11-1) beat Fordha-, 75-64
13. North Caroina (9-4) lost to irginia. 763
14. Louisville (13-1) beat Georgia Tech, 60-56
15.1Indina(14-3)1 sttoiNo.11Innsota.9
91 (0T)
16. Michigan (114)lost to No.11'Minesota,
704
17. Oregon (10-2) lost to Washington, 76-77
18. New Mexico (13-2) be t Suthem
Methodist, 78-58
19. Maryland (141) beat North Carolna
State, 68-59
20. Texas Tec h (10-3lost to Colord o &8 7
21. Stanford (10-2) beat Southern Ca'forni
22. Texas (8-4 :at Kanas Stte, 104-63
23. Boston cllege (10-2) bat Notre DCme,
73->1

Who: Mike Legg
Eligibility: Senior
Hometown: London, Ontario

Sport: Hockey
Year: Senior
Previous Team: London Nationals

Why: The senior center paced Michigan with a five-goal weekend, highlighted by a four-goal
performance Saturday in Michigan's 8-4 victory over Ferris State. Legg also tied for the team
lead the previous night with four points (one goal and three assists) as Michigan defeated
Alaska-Fairbanks, 13-1. Legg's eight-point weekend pushed his season totals to 14 goals and
13 assists.
Background: Scored points in four of Michigan's seven playoff games in last season's

he 1Mid!4iguu &i

ATHLETE OF THE

WEEK

Legg

national championship run ... scored the tying goal in the national championship game
against Colorado College, forcing overtime, during which Brendan Morrison scored the winning goal.

4

w

Team
Chicago
Detroit
Atlanta
Cleveland
Charlotte
Milwaukee
Indiana
Toronto

01

wN
31
26
21
21
19
18
16
12

L
4
8
11
13
16
17
17
22

Team W
L.A. Lakers 27
Seattle 26
Portland 19
Sacramento 15
L.A. Clippers 14
Golden State13
Phoenix 11

L
10
11
16
21
21
20
24

Pct.
.730
.703
.543
.417
.400
.394
.314

COMMUNITY SERVICE
STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

Who: Brendan Morrison
Eligibility: Senior
Hometown: Pitt Meadows, British Colombia

Sport: Hockey
Year: Senior
Previous Team: Penticton Panthers

n

Yesterday's scores
Orlando 88, TORONTO 85
MILWAUKEE 111, Golden State 93
Charlotte 97, SACRAMENTO 93
NHL Standings
Western Conference

Today's games
Atlanta at CLEVELAND, 7:30 p.m.
Washington at MIAMI, 7:30 p.m.
Orlando at NEW JERSEY, 7:30, p.m.
Utah at PHILADELPHIA, 7:30 p.m.
Phoenix at DALLAS, 8:30 p.m.
Charlotte at DENVER,,9 p.m.
Eastern Conference

24.
25.

Georgia (11-2) beat vanderb it, 61-53
llmnois (12-4; beat Penn State, 85-70

USA Today/CNN Poll
The new USA Today/CNN coaches
top 25 men's college basketbalI pol
with results through Jan. 12. First.-
place votes in parentheses.

Why: Morrison was a guest speaker for the DARE program at Thurston Elementary School on
Friday, Jan. 10. He spoke to fifth grade graduates of the program and encouraged them to
keep their pledges of a drug-and violence-free lifestyle.
Background: Senior captain of the Michigan hockey team ... leads Michigan in points this
season with 45 ... scored the winning goal in overtime of the NCAA championship game in
March ... ranks second on the all-time Michigan assist list ... enrolled in the College of
LSA.

Central Division

Team
Dallas
Detroit
Phoenix
St. Louis
Chicago
Toronto

Wl
23
20
18
18
15
17

L
15
13
20
21
21
24

Pacific Division

T
3
7
4
4
7
0
T
7
4
1
5
5
4
4

Pts.
49
47
40
40
37
34
Pts.
55
44
39
35
33
32
30

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

W
26
23
21
21
17
14
12

L
12
16
10
16
20
20
20

T
4
6
9
3
4
5
. 8

Pts.
56
52
51
45
38
33
32
Pts.
48
48
41
40
36
31

Division

Team
Colorado
Edmonton
Vancouver
Anaheim
Calgary
San Jose
Los Angeles

W
24
20
19
15
14
14
13

L
10
19
20
21
22
21
23

Northeast Division

Team
Pittsburgh
Buffalo
Hartford
Montreal
Boston
Ottawa

W
22
22
17
16
15
12

L
15
15
17
'18
19
20

T
4
4
7
8
6
7

Team
1. Kansas (28)
2. Wake Forest (2)
3. Clemson
4. Kentucky
5. Iowa State
6. Cincinnati
7. Arizona
8. Minnesota
9. Utah
10. Louisville
11. Xavier (Ohio)
12. Maryland
13. Duke
14. New Mexico
15. Villanova
16. Indiana
17. Stanford
18. Michigan
19. Boston College
20. Texas
21. North Carolina
22. Oregon
23. Texas Tech
24. Georgia
25. Mississippi

Record
16-C)
12-0
14-1
14-2
11-1
11-2
10-2
15-1
10-2
13-1
11-1
14-1
11-4
13-2
12-3
14-3
10-2
11-4
10-2
8-4
9-4
10-2
10-3
11-2
11-3

Pvs.
1
2
5
3
4
F6
8
11.
10
16
13
17
9
18
17
15
22
14
23
19
12
20
21
25

Yesterday's scores
Anaheim 3, VANCOUVER 2
EDMONTON 2, Hartford 1
N.Y. RANGERS 3, New Jersey 0
Buffalo 3, PHOENIX 2

Today's games
Ottawa at BOSTON
Dallas at MONTREAL
N.Y. Islanders at N.Y. RANGERS
Toronto at WASHINGTON
Tampa Bay at CHICAGO
Phoenix at SAN JOSE

NCAA Men's
Basketball Schedule
Results
Home team in CAPS Thursday
Saturday 4.r~a
SEtuNraL 3Men's basketball vs. Purdue, Crisler Arena, 8 p.m.
SETON HA LL 73, Providence 66
Miami 61, VILLANOVA 59 Friday
PURDUE 78, Northwestern 53
LOUISVILLE 60, Georgia Tech 56 Hockey at Western Michigan, Kalamazoo, 7 p.m.
MISSISSIPPI 73, Kentucky 69 Women's basketball vs. Indiana, Criser Arena, 7:30 p.m.
Kansas 87, BAYLOR 68 Men's swimming and diving at Dallas Morning News Classic, Dallas, 8 p.m.
IOWA STATE 82, Oklahoma 55
Arizona 92, ARIZONA STATE 84 Saturday
AUBURN 79, Florida 65 Hockey vs. Western Michigan, Yost Ice Arena,,7 p.m.
NEBRASKA 74, Texas A&M 72 Men's swimming and diving at Dallas Morning News Classic, Dallas, 8 p.m.
MINNESOTA 70, Michigan 64 Women's swimming and diving vs. Georgia, Canham Natatorium, 3 p.m.
Syracuse 70, ALABAMA 66 Men's indoor track & field host Red Simmons Inv., Indoor Track, TBA.
Clemson 76, FLORIDA STATE 70 Women's indoor track & field host Red Simmons Inv., Indoor Track, TBA
South Carolina 73, MISS. STATE 65 Women's Gymnastics vs. Minnesota, Keen Arena, 7 p.m.
COLGATE 64, Navy 60 Men's Gymnastics at Windy City Invitational, Chicago, 7 p.m.
UCLA 64, CALIFORNIA 56 Wrestling at Cliff Keen National Team Duals, Lincoln, Neb, all day
Wake Forest 81, DUKE 69
Xavier (Ohio) 75, FORDHAM 64 Sunday
ILLINOIS 85, Penn State 70
STANFORD 85, Southern Cal 70 Men's basketball vs. Iowa, Criser Arena, Noon (CBS)
ARKANSAS 82, Louisiana State 57 Women's basketball at Michigan State, East Lansing, 2 p.m.
Connecticut 69, Georgetown 54 Wrestling at Cliff Keen National Team Duals, Lincoln, Neb., all day
VIRGINIA 75, North Carolina 63
MICHIGAN STATE 69, Ohio State 66
BOSTON COLLEGE 73, Notre Dame 61 Do YOU L VE SPORTS!
IOWA78, Wisconsin 53
Utah 61, BRIGHAM YOUNG 51
Colorado 80, TEXAS TECH 78 Do YOU WANT.TO KNOW
-WA SHINGTON-78, Oregon 77
Sunday EVERYTHING THERE IS TO KNOW
West Virginia 90, ST. JOHNS 77
Maryland 68, N.C. STATE 59 ~l U ~ ita~ J ~ A T L
Virginia Tech 63, UMASS 47ABOUT MICHIGAN PORS
TEXAS 104; Kansas State 63
MEMPHIS 54, Marquette 47 WELL. YOU CAN.

NCAA Hockey Results

Home team in CAPS
CCHA
Saturday, Jan. 11
LAKE SUPERIOR 4, Michigan St.4 (ot)
MIAMI (OHIO) 9, Ohio State 3
MICHIGAN 8, Ferris State 4
Bowling Green 3, NOTRE DAME 2
W. MICHIGAN 3, Alaska-Fairbanks 1
Friday, Jan. 10
MICHIGAN 13, Alaska-Fairbanks 1
LAKE SUPERIOR 4, Michigan St.4 (ot)
Miami 3, OHIO STATE 2
ECAC
Saturday, Jan. 11
PRINCETON 4, Dartmouth 2
Vermont 3, YALE 0
BROWN 4, Union 2
HARVARD 6, RPI 1
CORNELL 1, Army 1
UMASS-LOW 4, St. Lawrence 3
Clarkson 5, NEW HAMPSHIRE 2
Friday, Jan. 10
Vermont 3, PRINCETON 2
YALE 5, Dartmouth 4

RPI 5, BROWN 3
Union 4, HARVARD 2
NEW HAMPSHIRE 7, St. Lawrence 2
COLGATE 6, Army 5
Clarkson 5, UMASS-LOWELL 0
HOCKEY EAST
Saturday, Jan. 11
BOSTON U. 5, Northeastern 4
Clarkson 5, NEW HAMPSHIRE 2
PROVIDENCE 5, UMass 1
WCHA
Saturday,'Jan. 11
MINN-DULUTH 4, Alaska Anchorage 3
Colorado College 4, MICH. TECH 2
Denver 5, MINNESOTA 2
North Dakota 6, ST. CLOUD STATE 1
Northern Mich. 4, WISCONSIN 1
Friday, Jan. 10
MINN-DULUTH 3, Alaska-Anchorage 2
MICH. TECH 4, Colorado College 4
MINNESOTA 3, Denver 2
WISCONSIN 4, Northern Michigan 1
ST. CLOUD STATE 5, North Dakota 3

USA Today Colege
Hockey Coaches P011*
Team Points Prevy
1. Michigan (10) 100 1
2. North Dakota 86 3
3. Boston University 79 5
4. Minnesota 65 4
5. New Hampshire 62 2
6. Miami (Ohio) 53 6
7. Michigan State 32 8
8. Vermont 24 9

9. Lake Superior
10. Colorado College

18
11

7

(First-place votes in parentheses)
*as of Jan. 6

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