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14A - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSWednesday - September 3, 1997

NFL Standings
NFC

USA Today/ESPN Poll
The new USA Today/ESMN coaches top 25 men's co3-
lege football Po4l with reSt sthrough Aug. 30. First-

NFC

East
Team
Dallas
NY Giants
Washington
Arizona
Philadelphia
Central
Team
Detroit
Green Bay
Minnesota
Pampa Bay
Chicago
West
Team
St. ,Louis
Atlanta
Carolina
-New Orleans
San Francisco

East
Team
Miami
New England
NY Jets
Buffalo
Indianapolis
Central
Team
Cincinnati
Jacksonville
Tennessee
Baltimore
Pittsburgh
West
Team
Denver
Kansas City
Oakland
San Diego
Seattle

Oface votes in parenxtheses.
Team
1. Voida{25)
2. Penn State (13)
3. Tennessee (10l)
4, Washington (7)
5, Florida State (3)
6, Nletraska (2)
7, Colorado (1)
8, Ndorth Carolina (1)
9. Ohio State
10_-Texas
11. Louisiana State
12. Miami
13. Notre Dame
14. Mltttg
15 Alabarma
18. enigbam Young
17. Stamford
I& Auburn
19. Iowa
20. Clemson
21. Southern CBl.
22. Virginma Tech
2. Kansas State
24. Northwestern
25. Colorado State

Rec.
1-0
1-0
00
0-0
1-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
00
0.0
1)
0-0
40
1-0
0-0
0
0-0
00
0-0
(0)
£1
0
1-0
1-0

Pts.
1,447
1,424
1.351
1,341
1,302
1,269
1,155
1,127
1,057
898
878
8,21
790
739
726
473
432
407
3w0
311
300
29,4
236
183
137

2
3
4
6
7,
8
9
10
11
14
12
13
15
17
18
19
20
21
22
25
23

Frday
Val~cyatvs. florida State, Cliff K(een Arens, 7:30 p.m.
Sutter at Massachusatts, 4;3D p~im
Saturday
Volleyball vs. FasaVim Michigan, Cliff Ken Arene,1O a~m.
Volleybal vs. Montana. Cliff Kmee Arem,.1_3U) p~m.
field Ifoctry w North Caolna, Ocher Fme1, noon
Men's Cros Country hosts the Michigan Open. U of M Golf Cour-se. 2 p.m.
ftmen's Cfmss Country hosts the Micia Open, U of 141 Golf Course, 2:45 pm.
NCAA College Football Results

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ATHLETE OF THE WEEI4

Who: Jen Eberwein
Hometown: Maple Glen, Pa.
High School: Germantown Academy

Sport: Swimming
Year: Junior
Eligibility: Junior

Why: The junior freestyler competed on the United States's gold
medal winning 400-meter freestyle relay team at the World University
Games in Sicily, Italy.
Background: Last year as a sophomore ... garnered All-America hon-
ors by finishing sixth in the 50-meter freestyle at the NCAA champi-
onships ... took' second place as a member of the 400 free relay
team at the NCAA championships ... As a freshman ... won the U-M
Athletic Academic Achievement award.

Eberwein

East

Last Weekend's Scores
Monday, Sept. 1
GREEN BAY 38, Chicago 24
-Sunday. Aug. 31
{DETROIT 28, Atlanta 17
MIAMI 16. Indianapolis 10
TENNESSEE 24, Oakland 21
rNEW ENGLAND 41, San Diego 7
Dallas 37, PITTSBURGH 7
NY GIANTS 31, Philadelphia 17
CINCINNATI 24, Arizona 21
Minnesota 34, BUFFALO 13
}ST.,,LOUIS 38. New Orleans 24
Jacksonville 28, BALTIMORE 27
DENVER 19, Kansas City 3
NYJets 41. SEATTLE 3
TAMPA BAY 13, San Francisco 6
Washington 24, CAROLINA 10

*4 tWeeks softe.
Sunday, Sept, 7
Tampa Bay at DETROIT
New England at INDIANAPOLIS
Buffalo at NY JETS
Tennessee at MIAMI
Cincinnati at BALTIMORE
Washington at PITTSBURGH
Minnesota at CHICAGO
Sari Francisco at ST. LOUIS
San Diego at NEW ORLEANS
Carolina at ATLANTA
Denver at SEATTLE
NY Giants at JACKSONVILLE
Green Bay at PHILADELPHIA
Dallas at ARIZONA
Monday, Sept. 8
Kansas City at OAKLAND

Major League Baseball

National League

American League

East
Team
Atlanta
Florida
NY Mets
Montreal
Philadelphia
-, Central
Team
Houston
Pittsburgh
;$t,-Louis
Cincinnati
Chicago
West
Team
-Ls Angeles
San Francisco
xColorado
San Diego

W
85
81
74
68
51
W
70
68
63
59
55
W
78
76
69
65

L
52
55
62
68
82
L
67
70
74
76
83
L
60
62
70
74

Pct.
.620
.596
.544
.500
.383
Pct.
.511
-493
.460
-437
.399
Pct.
i 565
!.511
I 496
t.468

GB
35
10.5
16.5
32
GB
2.5
7
10
15
GB
2
9.5
13.5

East
Team
Baltimore
NY Yankees
Boston
Toronto
Detroit
Central
Team
Cleveland
Milwaukee
Chicago
Minnesota
Kansas City
West
Team
Seattle
Anaheim
Texas
Oakland

w
85
79
67
65
64
w
71
69
69
57
56
w
76
74
64
53

C
49
56
71
71
72
L
62
67
68
78
78
L
62
64
73
85

Pct.
,634
.585
.486
.478
.471
Pct.
.534
.507
504
.422
.418
Pct.
.551
536
.467
.384

GB
6.5
20
21
22
GB

AP Poll
The new Associated Press top 25 m&W*s college foot-
ball pol with results through Aug. 30. First-lace votes
in parentheses,
Team Rec. Pts, Pre').
1. Penn State (23) 0-0 1,616 1
2, loid {4)1-0 1,5.43 2
3. Tennessee (7) 1-0 1,523 5
4. Washington (9) 0-0 1,502 4
5. Florida State (6) "- 1,494 3
6. Nebraska (4) 1-0 1,434 6
7. North Carolina (4) 0-0 1335 7
8. Colorado (3) 0M 1,323 8
9. Ohio Stae 14D 1,149 9
10, Louisiana State 0-0 1,098 10
11. Notre Dame 0- 1,051 11
12. Texas 0-0 9993 12
13. Miami 1-0 887 14
14. Wlhgan 00 820 Is
15. Alabama 1-0 783 16
16. Auburn 0-0 619 17
17. Stanford 0-0) 561 18
18. Clemson 0-0. 417 20 -
19. Brigham Young 0-0 411 £9
20. Iowa 0-0 374 21
21. Kansas State 0-0 245 22
21. Northwestern 1-0 245 24
23. Southern Cal. 0-0 216 23
24, Colorado State 10 197 --
25. Michigan State 0-0 162 25
U-Ylire Poll
The new U-Wire top 25 men's college football poll with
results through Aug. 30. First-place votes in parenthe-
ses.
TeamRec. Pts. prey.
1. Penn State (5) 0-0 429 1
2. Florida(7) 1-0 412 2
3. Tennessee (2) 1.0 395 3
4, Nebraska (1) 1-0 384 5
5. Florida State (2) D-0 380 3
6. Washington (1) 00 376 6
7. Colorado 00 335 9
8. Noth Carolina 0.4 331 7
9. Ohio State 110 300 It
10. Miami -0 244 t4
11. Texas 0-0 243 10
12. Louisiana State (-0 239 12
13. Notre Dame 0-0 235 13
14.Micfltan04) 203 15
15. Alabama 10 192 17
16.,Brighm Young 0-0 149 16
17. Auburn 0-0 120 19
18 Clemson 0-0 111 20
19. Stanford 00 102 21
20. Iowa 0-0 95 23
21. Souttern Cal. 0-0 94 22
21. Northwestern 1-0 86 18
23. Kansas State 04 79 -
24. Syracuse 1-1 48 11
25, Virgina Tech 10 42 -

BUFFALO 30. LoCk Haven 30
PITTSBURGH 45, SW Louisiana 13
WEST VIRGINIA 42, Marshall 31
Midwest
MIAMI (OHIO) 27. Ball State 10
NEBRASKA 59. Akron 14
Oklahoma State 21, IOWA STATE 14
South
ALABAMA 42, Houston 17
FLORIDA 21, Southern Mississippi 6
FLORIDA A&M 43, Tennessee St. 28
GEORGIA 38, Arkansas State 7
GEORGIA SO. 45, Valdosta State 26
KENTUCKY 38, Louisville 24
LOUISIANA TECH 30, Bowling Geen 23
MOREHOUSE 24, Morgan St. 14
Miami (Fa.) 45, BAYLOR 14

MISSISSIPPI 24, Central Florida 23
MISSISSIPPI STATE 13, Memphis 10
NE LOUISIANA 28. Nicholls State 0
NORTH CAROLINA ST. 32, Syracuse 31
Richmond 21, Massachusetts 6
TENNESSEE 52, Texas Tech 17
VANDERBILT 29, North Texas 12
Virginia State 36, NORFOLK STATE 7
Virginia Tech 59, RUTGERS 19
WILLAM AND MARY 31, Hampton 6
West
AIR FORCE 14. Idaho 10
ARIZONA ST. 41, New Mexico St. 10
COLORADO STATE 45, Nevada 13
FRESNO STATE 35, Portland St. 7
HAWAII 17, Minnesota 3
NEW MEXICO 33. Northern Arizona 10
SOUTHERN UTAH 44, Illinois St. 13
Utah St. 21. UTAH 14
WASHINGTON STATE 37, UCLA 34

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Men's 400m Freestyle Finals 3
5. Chris Rumley 3:55.60
Men's 400m Freestyle Finals
5. Chris Rumley 3:55.60 Club Spors:
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To get your club sports' results in the s
Men's 200m Backstroke Consolation Final Daily, call 647-3336 before 3-p.m. on -
4. Ryan Papa 2:05.15 Sudy
Men's 50m Freestyle Prelims'
36. Ryan Papa 24.52,

NJ

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4
15
15.5
GB
2
11
23

-standings through Monday, Sept. I
Yesterday's Scores
-ATLANTA 5. Detroit 0
FLORIDA 3, Baltimore 2
PHILADELPHIA 5, NY Yankees 0
PITTSBURGH 6, Cleveland 4
CINCINNATI 4, Kansas City 0
"MONTREAL 6, Boston 5
NY METS 8, Toronto 5
yCHICAGO CUBS 9, Minnesota 3
Milwaukee 4, HOUSTON 2
ST. LOUIS 6, Chicago White Sox 1.
Ltos Angeles at TEXAS (inc.)
Colorado at ANAHEIM (inc.)

Today's Games
Detroit at ATLANTA
Minnesota at. CHICAGO CUBS
San Diego at SEATTLE
Baltimore at FLORIDA
Cleveland at PITTSBURGH
NY Yankees at PHILADELPHIA
Boston at MONTREAL
Kansas City at CINCINNATI
Toronto at NY Mets
Chicago White Sox at ST. LOUIS
Milwaukee at HOUSTON
Los Angeles at Texas
San Francisco at Oakland

Monday, Sept. 8 Tuesd
Wednesday, Sept. 10 Thurs Almeigsaeai

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d1ay, Sept. 18

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