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2B - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - November 10, 1997

NFL Standings

How the AP Top 25 Fared
The new Assoiated Press top 25 college footoall Of with results through Nov 9. Fist-

USA Today/ESPN Poll
The new USA Today;ESPN coaches top 25 college foot
ball rellnithsesuls through Nov.9Rst-place votes in
parentheses.

MMMUN9

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NFC
NFC East
Wfhington
N.Y. Giants
Dallas
Philadelphia
A rzona
NFC Central
Team
Green Bay
Minnesota
Tampa Bay
Detroit
'Chicago
NFC West
Team
San Francisco
Carolina
New Orleans
Atlanta
St. Louis

AFC

STR
W2
Li
W1
L1
L1
STR
W5
W6
W2
L3
L2
STR
W$
Li
W1
L1
L6

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

4
4
4
4
5
10
L
3
3
5
6
7
L
1
3
4
6
7

STR
W1
W1
L1
L3
L10
STR
W2
W2
W1
L2
W2
W3
Li
Wi
L2
L3

place votes in parentheses.
Team
L. MichWgan (44)
2. Florida State (23)
3. Nebraska (3)
4. Ohio State
5. Tennessee
6. Penn State
7. Georgia
8. North Carolina
9. UCLA.
10. Kansas State
11, LSUF
12. Florida
13. Washington
14. Washington State
15. Arizona State
16. Auburn
17. Mississippi State
18. Texas A&M
19. Purdue
19. Virginia Tech
21. Syracuse
22. Iowa
23. Wisconsin
24. Oklahoma State
25. Missouri

How the, fared
Beat Penn State, 34C8
Beet North Crln,20.3
Beat Missouri, 45-38(0T)
Beat Minnesota, 31 3
Beat Southern Miss. 44 20
Lost to Michigan. 34-8
idle
Lost to Flonda State, 203
idle
Beat Kansas, 4816
Beat ,Alabiama. 270
Beat Vanderbilt, 20-7
Lost to Oregon, 31-28
Beat SW Louisiana, 77-7
Beat California, 28-21
idle
idle
Beat Baylor, 38.10
Beat Michigan State. 22-21
Beat Miami (Fla. 27-25
Beat Boston College. 20-13
Lost to Wisconsin, 13-10
Beat lowa. 13-10
Bea Oklahoma, 30-7
Lost to Nebraska, 45-38(OT)

Next week
at No. 23 Wisconsin
vs. Wake Forest
vs. Iowa State
vs. Illinois
at Arkansas
at No. .9 Purdue
vs. No. 16 Aubum
at ClemS~n
vs. No. 13 Washington
vs. Colorado
vs. Notre Dame
at South Caroina
at No. 9 UCLA.
vs. Stanford
vs. Oregon
at No. 7 Georgia
at Alabama
at Oklahoma
vs. No. 6 Penn State
idle
at Pittsburgh
at Northwestern
vs. No. 1 Michigan
vs. Texas Tech
vs. Baylor

Team
1. Florida State126)
2. Michigan (20)
3. Nebraska (16)
4. Ohio State
5. Tennessee
6. Penn State
7. Georgia
8. Kansas State
9. North Carolina
10. UCLA
11 LSU
12. Florida
13. Washington State
14. Washington
15, Arizona State
1.6, Auburn
17. Virginia Tech
18. Texas A&M
19. Syracuse
20. Purdue
21 Okahoma State
22. Iowa
23. West Virginia
24, Wisconsin
25. Mississippi State

Rec.
90
94
9.1
71
71
7-1
8-1
84
7-2
7-2
7-2
8-1
7-2
72
7-2
7-2
7-2
7-3
7-2
7.2
6-3
6-2
&-2
6-2

Pts.
1,493
1,459
1,312
1310
1,130
1.069
1.06
1.064
963
935
869
828
758
723
587
486
405
372
318
305
291
271
206
133

Pree.
2
4
1
7
3
9
10
5
11
12
13
15
6
16
17
18
21
19
24
23
14
22
Nei
NR

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

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Who: Amber Berendowsky
Hometown: Brighton
High School: Brighton

Sport: SoCcer
Year: Sophomore
Eligibility: Sophomore

Why: The sophomore forward scored the game-winning goal in
Michigans 1-0 double-overtime victory over Northwestern to win the
Big Ten championship and clinch an automatic bid to the NCAA champi-
onships in the Wolverines' fourth season as a varsity team.
Background: Leading scorer on team this year ... Third-leading scorer in
the nation ... Broke her own record for points in a season ... Elected
Miss Soccer for the state of Michigan in 1996 as a senior in high
school ... Enrolled in the Division of Kinesiology ... Born Sept. 28,
1977.

Berendowsky

Yesterday's Scores
DALLAS 24, Arizona 6
MINNESOTA 29, Chicago 22
Cincinnati 28, INDIANAPOLIS 13
WASHINGTON 30, Detroit 7
JACKSONVILLE 24, Kansas City 10
MIAMI 24, N.Y. Jets 17
GREEN BAY 17, St. Louis 7
Tampa Bay 24, ATLANTA 10
DENVER 34, Carolina 0
New England 31, BUFFALO 10
New Orleans 13, OAKLAND 10
TENNESSEE 10, N.Y. Giants 6
Seattle 37, SAN DIEGO 31
PITTSBURGH 37, Baltimore 0
Today's Game
San Francisco at Philadelphia, 9 p.m.

Next Week's Games
Arizona at N.Y. Giants, 1 p.m
Atlanta at St. Louis, 1 p.m.
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m.
Denver at Kansas City, 1 p.m.
Green Bay at Indianapolis. 1 p.m.
Minnesota at Detroit, 1 p.m.
New England at Tampa Bay, 1 p.m.
Philadelphia at Baltimore, 1 p.m.
Seattle at New Orleans, 1 p.m.
Tennessee at Jacksonville, 1 p.m.
Carolina at San Francisco, 4 p.m.
N.Y. Jets at Chicago, 4 p.m.
Washington at Dallas, 4 p.m.
Oakland at San Dego. 8 p.m.
Monday's Game
Buffalo at Miami, 9 p.m.

NCAA Division I Football Leaders
Passig Leacdersx

NCAA Football Results

Home teams in CAPS

NHL Standings

Eastern Conference

Western Conference

East
Boston U 33, Massachusetts 8
Cornell 37, Yale 10
Dartmouth 23, Columbia 21
Delaware 37, Connecticut 29
Georgetown 27, St. John's NY 0
Harvard 27, Brown 10
Holy Cross 20, Lehigh 14
Penn 20, Princeton 17
Slippery Rock 28, Shippensburg 16
Villanova 23, New Hampshire 20
Wake Forest 28, Rutgers 14
Maine-Maritime 27, Framingham St. 14
Frostburg St. 31, Ferrum 0
Gannon 35, St. John Fisher 12
Midwest
Michigan 34, Penn State 8
Northwestern 34, Illinois 21
Ohio State 31, Minnesota 3
Purdue 22, Michigan State 21
Wisconsin 13, Iowa 10
Akron 45, Kent 35
Alma 31, Olivet 0
Ball St. 35, Toledo 3
Cincinnati 28. Louisville 9
Colorado 43, Iowa St. 38
E. Michigan 38, Northern Illinois 10
Hope 28, Albion 25
Kansas State 48. Kansas 16
Miami (OH) 45, Ohio 21
N. Michigan 17, Michigan Tech 12
W. Michigan 38, Central Michigan 24
Upper Iowa 40, Luther 24
Wartburg 36, William Penn 18
Wheaton, 111. 33. North Park 7
Wisc-Stout 49, Wisc-Platteville 21

South
Citadel 7, Chattanooga 3
Clemson 29, Duke 20 (OT)
Florida 20, Vanderbilt 7
Florida A&M 33, Southern U. 3
Florida State 20, North Carolina 3
Louisiana State 27, Alabama 0
Marshall 28, Bowling Green 0
North Carolina St. 45. Maryland 28
Tennessee 44, S. Mississippi 20
Tennessee St. 28, Tennessee Tech 21
Tulane 26, Memphis 14
Virginia 35, Georgia Tech 31
Virginia Tech 27, Miami 25
Harding 31, Ouachita 28
Elan 17, W. Carolina 16
West
Air Force 24, Army 0
Arizona 27, Oregon State 7
Arizona State 28. California 21
Brigham Young 49, Tulsa 39
Colorado State 41, Fresno St. 3
East Carolina 28, Houston 27
McNeese State 31, SW Texas 21
Nevada 56, Boise St. 42
N. Texas 26, New Mexico St. 15
Oklahoma State 30, Oklahoma 7
Oregon 31, Washington 28
Panhandle State 29. Langston 26
Redlands 34. Occidental 31
Rice 38, Texas Christian 19
Texas A&M 38, Baylor 10
Texas Tech 24, Texas 10
USC 45, Stanford 21
Wyoming 35, UNLV 23
Linfield 31, Puget Sound 14

Pac-10 Standings
Conference Overall
Team W L GB W L
Washington St. 5 1 - 8 1
Arizona St. 5 1 - 7 . 2
UCLA 5 1 - 7 2
Washington 5 1 - 7 2
USC 3 3 2 5 4
Oregon 2 4 3 5 4
Arizona 2 4 3 4 5
Stanford 2 4 3 4 5
California 1 5 4 3 6
Oregon St. 0 6 5 3 6
Saturday's Scores
Oregon 31, Washington 28
Arizona State 28, California 21
USC 45, Stanford 21
Arizona 27, Oregon State 7
Washington State 77, SW Louisiana 7
Next Saturday's Games
Washington at UCLA, 3:30 p.m.
USC at Oregon State, 4 p.m'
Stanford at Washington State, 5 p.m.
Oregon at Arizona State. 9 p.m.
California at Arizona. 10 p.m.
Nov. 22
Washington State at Washington
UCLA at USC
Oregon State at Oregon
California at Stanford
Nov. 28
Arizona at Arizona State

Player Attempts
1. Brock Huard, Washington 171
2. Joe Germaine, Ohio State 156
3. Ryan Leaf. Washington State 300
4. John Dutton, Nevada 315
5. Cade McNown, UCLA 236
6. Moses Moreno. Colorado State 219
7. Donovan McNabb. Syracuse 216
8 Chad Pennington, Marshall 356
9. Mike Bobo, Georgia 201
10. Graham Leigh, New Mexico 201
25. Brian Griese, Michigan 226

Completions
103
107
165
198
142
137
119
215
128
118
142

Rushing Leaders

Touchdowns
18
13}
29
20
16
17
16
34
12
17
13

Atlantic DivIsion
Team W
Philadelphia 10
Washington 10
New Jersey 9
N.Y. Islanders 7
N.Y. Rangers 4
Florida 4
Tampa Bay 2

L
5
5
6
6
6
8
12

T
3
0
2
3
7
3
2
T
2
1
3
4
3
3

Pts.
23
20
20
17
15
11
6
Pts.
24
21
21
20
15
13

Central Division
Team W
Detroit 12
St. Louis 11
Dallas 10
Phoenix 7
Chicago 7
Toronto 4
Pacific Division
Team W
Colorado 8
Anaheim 8
Los Angeles 7
Edmonton 5
San Jose 5
Calgary 3
Vancouver 3

L
3
5
5
7
10
8
L
3
5
7
9
11
12
12

Pts.
27
24
23
16
14
11
Pts.
22
20
18
13
11
9
8

Yards
1.586
1.494
3,021
3.101
2.344
2.012
2.108
2,949
1,816
1,703
1,641

Rating Points
169.4
168.8
166.2
162.7
161.7
159.9
156.9
155.9
154.3
150.8
138.4

,,

Player
1. Ricky Williams, Texas
2 Tavian Banks, Iowa
3 Ron Dayne, Wisconsin
4 Ahman Green, Nebraska
5. Amos Zereoue, West Virginia
6. Travis Prentice, Miami (Ohio)
7. Dwayne Harris, Toledo
8. Kevin Faulk, LSU
9. Demond Parker, Oklahoma
10. Darren Davis. Iowa State
Receiving Leaders
Player
1 Troy Edwards. Louisiana Tech
2 Eugene Baker, Kent
3. Troy Walters, Stanford
4 Geoff Noisy, Nevada
5. Randy Moss, Marshall
6. Bobby Shaw, California
7. Antonio Wilson. Idaho
8. Nakia Jenkins, Utah St.
(tie) Craig Yeast, Kentucky
10. Siaha Burley, Central Florida

Carries
220
198
219
200
191
274
224
151
194
162
Games
10
10
9
10
10
9
9
9
9
9

Yards
1,499
1,396
1.295
1,287
1,120
1310
1.173
901
1,143
877

Average
6.8
7.1
5.9
6.4
5.9
4.8
5.2
6.0
5.9
5.4

Yards Per Game
166.56
155.11
.43.89
143.00
140.00
131.00
130.33
128.71
127.00
125.29

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Northeast Division
Team _ W L
Montreal 11 4
Boston 10 6
Ottawa 9 6
Pittsburgh 8 7
Carolina 6 9
Buffalo 5 8

Catches
96
88
72
77
76
67
64
63
63
62

Yards
1,501
1,395
988
1,030
1,376
1,024
717
935
711
927

Catches Per GamtO"
9.6
8.8
8.0
7.7
7.6
7.44
7.11
7.00
7.00
6.89

Yesterday's Results
DETROIT 6, Calgary 3
FLORIDA 3, Washington 2
CAROLINA 4, Ottawa 1

Today's Games
Edmonton at Buffalo, 5 p.m.
New Jersey at N.Y. Islanders. 7:30 p.m.
Calgary at Chicago, 8:30 p.m.
St.Louis at Dallas, 8:30 p.m.
San Jose at Anaheim, 10:30 p.m.

Home team in CAPS

NBA Standings

Eastern Conference

Western Conference

Atlantic Division
Team W
New Jersey 4
Miami 4
New York 3
Orlando 3
Washington 2
Boston 1
Philadelphia 0
Central Division
Team W
Atlanta 6
Milwaukee 4
Charlotte 4
Chicago 4
Cleveland 2
Detroit 2
Indiana 2
Toronto 1

PCT
.800
.667
.500
.500
.333
.167
.000

GB
.5
1.5
1.5
2.5
3.5
4

Midwest Division
Team W
Minnesota 4
San Antonio 4
Dallas 3
Houston 3
Utah 2
Vancouver 2
Denver 0
Pacific Division
Team W
L.A. Lakers 4
Seattle 5
Portland 4
Phoenix 3
L.A. Clippers 1
Sacramento 1
Golden State 0

PCT
.800
.800
.600
.600
.333
.333
.000
PCT
1.000
,833
.800
,667
.250
.200
.000

GB
1.0
1.0
2.5
2.5
3.5
GB
1
3.5
3.5
5

miiqnigan 5, Mi. ViciWganj
Michigan 1 2 2 - 5
N. Michigan 1 2 0- 3
First period - 1. NMU, Frattaroli (Metro), 6:06; 1.
UM, Van Ryn (Matzka, Muckalt), 11:01, pp. Penalties
- UM, Trainor (high-sticking), 4:19: NMU, Schmidt
(tripping), 4:38; NMU, Welsing (roughing), 8:14;
NMU, Welsing (slashing), 10:20; UM, Kahler (rough-
ing), 11:26; UM, Turco (roughing), 13:02: NMU,
White (tripping), 15:18, UM, Peach (hooking), 18:00.
Second period - 2. NMU, Fratteroli (Mattersdorfer,
Barabonoff), 2:59; 2. UM, Kosick (Peach,
Berenzweig), 8:12, pp; 3. UM, Fox (Kosick, Koch),
10:36, pp; 3. NMU, Sandbeck (Riipi), 15:36.
Penalties - NMU, Sheptak (tripping), 6:30; NMU,
Phillips (roughing), 9:03; NMU, Phillips (checking
from behind), 18:18. Third period -- 4. UM, Muckalt
(Langfeld, Koch), 0:20; 5. UM, Hayes (Matzka), 4:55,
sh. Penalties - UM, Muckalt (interference), 3:14;
NMU, Sheptak (roughing), 11:13; UM, Rominski
(roughing), 11:13; UM, Rominski (slashing), 11:13;
NMU, Sheptak (tripping), 15:27.
Shots on goal - UM, &2-8 - 16; NMU, 9-7-8 - 24
Power Plays - UM, 3 of 8; NMU, 0 of 6,
Saves -UM,Turco 8.5-8 - 21; NMU, Hoey 5-0-6 -
11.
Referee - Don Cline
linesmen -- Chris Zorza, Mark Nebel
At: Lakeview Arena, Marquette; A: 3,901

N. Michigan 1, Michigan 0
Michigan 0 0 0 - 0
N. Michigan 0 0 1 - 1
First period - No scoring. Penalties - NMU,
Sheptak (charging), 2:38; NMU, Frattaroli (elbowing).
3:41; UM, Kahler (hooking), 6:40; UM, Gassoff
(checking from behind), 6:40; UM, LaRocque (trip.
ping), 8:55; NMU, Welsing (elbowing), 12:49; UM,
Koch (hooking), 12:49, NMU, Coyle (high-sticking),
14:02; UM. Gassoff (delay of game), 18:36. Second
period - No scoring. Penalties - UM, Muckalt
(charging), 1:45; UM, Fox (interference), 9:33; NMU,
Sheptak (hooking), 12:31; UM, Kahler (slashing),
15:58; UM, Peach (roughing), 20:00. Third period -
1. NMU, Mattersdorfer (Phillips), 15:41. Penaltes-
NMU, Barabonoff (roughing), 7:11; UM. Gassoff
(roughing), 7:11; UM, Huntzicker (holding), 13:09;
NMU, Sheptak (roughing), 20:00; NMU, Sheptak
(roughing), 20:00; UM, Ritchlin (roughing), 20:00;
UM (roughing), 20:00.
Shots on goal - UM, 4-612 - 22; NMU, 9.7.6 - 22
Power Plays - UM, 0 of 6; NMU, 0 of 7.
Saves -UM,Turco 9-7-5 - 21; NMU, Hoey 4-612 -
22.
Referee - Don Cline
Linesmen - Chris Zorza. Mark Nebel
At: Lakeview Arena, Marquette; A: 4,085

Today
Men's Basketball vs. Russian Select Team, Csler Arena, 7:30 p.m.
Cross Country at NCAA Championships, Tucson, Ariz, 1 p.m.. EST
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
No events scheduled
Friday
Hockey vs, Ferris State, Yost ice Arena, 7 p.m.
Wleyball vs. Iowa, Cliff Keen Arena, 7 p.m,
Saturday
Football at WIsconsin, Matison, 3:30 p.m.
Women's basketball vs. Sporitelna, Crisler Arena, 4:30 pr.
Votleyball vs, Minnesota, Cliff Keen Arena, 7 p.m.
Men's basketball vs. Western Michigan, Crisier Arena, 8 p.m.
Women's cross country at NCAA Regionals, Bloomington, Noon
Men's cross country at NCAA Regionals, 81oomington, 11a.m.
Wrestlng at Michigan Open, All Day
Sunday
Hockey vs. Ferris $tpte, Grand Rapids, 2 p.m.

PCT GB
1.000 -
.800 1.5
.667 2.0
.667 2.0
.400 3.5
.333 4
.333 4
.200 4.5

Transactions
Sunday
College
Kutztown - Announced resignation of head cross coun
try coach and assistant track and field1
coach Patty Weldon.
Basketball
Detroit Pistons - Placed guard Joe Dumars on the
injured list with a pulled left hamstring. a
Hockey
National Hockey League - Suspended Washington
Capitals left wing Chris Simon indefinitely
for directing a racial slur at Mike Grier
the Edmonton Oilers in Saturdays game.
Tampa Bay Lightning - Recalled left wing Brent
Peterson from Milwaukee of the
international Hockey League.
Toronto Maple Leafs - Assigned center Kevyn Adams.
to St. Johns of the American Hockey
League.
Saturday
Baseball
Florida Marlins - Named Rich Dubee pitching coach.
Basketball
Chicago Bulls - Placed center Bill Wennington on thne
injured list with bone spurs in his right
elbow; activated swingman Keith Booth
from the injured list.
Hockey
Vancouver Canucks- Assigned left winger Larry
Courville to Syracuse of the American
Hockey League.
Friday
College
Carquest Bowl - Promoted Mitch Morrahl to Executive
Director.
Auburn - Announced forward Jeremy Beasley has le?
the basketball team.
Providence - Extended the contract of mens basket:,
bail head coach Pete Gillen through the
2004-05 season.

Yesterday's Results
Seattle 112. PHILADELPHIA 105
SACRAMENTO 86, New York 78
VANCOUVER 101, Detroit 96 (OT7
L.A. AKERS 132, Golden State 97

Today's Games
San Antonio at Toronto, 7 p.m.
Detroit at Portland. 10 p.m.

Home team in CAPS
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The best coverage of
Michigan football,
basketball and hockey.

WMEB College Hockey Media Poll
Results through Nov, 9. Firstplace votes in parentheses.
Team Rec. Pts. Pvs.
1. Boston University (8) 40- 133 1
2. Noth Dakota (6) 2-1.1. 129 3
3, Colorado College 31 2 105 2
4. Michigan State 7 1.2 103 4
5, Maine. 4-2-1 60 6
6 Miami ohio6 10 59 7
7. New Hampshire 52-0 46 5
8. RPI 4-2-0 28 -
&, migcgan 630 28 9
10 - inneota 4 4-0 H2R

USA TodaylAmerican Hockey
Magazine Coaches Poll
Resuts through Nov, 3. Frst-place votes in parentheses.
Team Rec. Pty.
1, North Dakota (3) 1-1-0 85
2 Colorado College (3) 3-0.1 81
3. Boston University (4)3-0-0 73
4. Maine 4-11 , 69
5. New Hampshire 4-0.0 57
6. Michigan State 3-1-2 54
7. Miami (Ohio) 6-0 43
6, Michigan 5-2-0 26
9. Minnesota 3-3.0 19
10. Colgate 3-110 13

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RUSSIANS
Continuedfrom Page,
quarterbacking against AIA,
Michigan coach Brian Ellerbe said
that the ball would have been in
Conlan's hands down the stretch.
Michigan blew a 15-point second
half lead in the loss.
"I know that I'm gonna be there
and I'm gonna play, and that I've got
to come up with maybe some
increased output offensively, or
defensively, or whatever," Reid said.
"But I'm able to take that challenge
and feel good about that.
"And it's tough to see a guy like
Travis, who's worked so hard in the
offseason, it's his senior year and he
comes out and he breaks his wrist.
For something like that to happen to
him is too bad."
Also affected by Conlan's absence
will probably be reserve guard Ron
Oliver, who likely will see additional
playing time to spell Reid and Louis
Bullock in the backcourt. Oliver, a
former walk-on who was granted a

"It's tough to see
a guy like Travis
was (break) his
wrist. "
-- Robbie Reid
Michigan basketball player
scholarship last year, did not play at
all against AlA.
After the top three and Oliver,
however, the Wolverines are thin in
the backcourt. Forwards Jerod Ward
and Brandon Smith can handle the
ball, but neither has played serious
minutes anywhere other than for-
ward. In fact, Smith has never played
serious minutes anywhere at all -
the 6-foot-7 freshman's first action
in a Michigan uniform was in the
loss to AIA.
All of this makes the eventual
decision of football wide receiver Tai
Streets even more interesting. Last
year, Streets played guard for the
basketball team after the football
season ended, but he has not yet
announced whether he will play
again this year.

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