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-- SPORTSTuesday -- January 20, 1998

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:NBA Standings
'Eastern Conference

NCAA Women's Basketball Results

AP Women's Poll
The new AssoctaterJ Press top 25 women's college
basketball poll with resutts through Jan.1I& Frstpace

Western Cohference

AtlanticDivisio
Team W
Miami 24
New York 22
New Jersey 21
Washington 21
Orlando 20
Boston 17
Philadelphia 13
Central Divisio
Team W
Indiana 26
-Chicago 28
Atlanta 25
Cleveland 22
Charlotte 22
Detroit 18
Milwaukee 18
mToronto 6

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Midwest Division
Team W L
San Antonio 27 12
Utah 25 12
Minnesota 22 16
Houston 18 17
Vancouver 10 30
Dallas 6 32
Denver 2 35
PacificDivision
Team W L
Seattle 31 8
L.A. Lakers 30 9
Phoenix 24 12
Portland 21 16
Sacramento 17 23
LA. Clippers 10 31
Goldn State 7 29

PCT
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Sunday
East
American U. 76. Richmond 74
Boston U. 74. Hofstra 73
Doemen 71, Carlow 62
Drexel 75. Northeastern 73, OT
Duquesne 65. Temple 56
Fairfield 54, St. Peter's 39
Fordham 62, Massachusetts 58
Hartford 68, Tow son 62
Loyola, Md. 49. Iona 46
Manhattan 63. Canisius 62
NYU 66. Chicago 51
Niagara 58, Manist 53
Providence 83. Georgetown 71
Purdue 88. Penn St. 71
St. Rose 84. Pace 52
Vermont 89, Delaware 61
Souh
Alabama 85. Mississippi St. 69
Florida St. 88, Georgia Tech 53
Houston 77. Ala.Birmingham 73
James Mad. 68. George Mason 57
LSU 69. Mississippi 56
Louisville 71. N.C. Charlotte 60

Maryland 84, North Carolina 62
Memphis 83. South Florida 77
Tennessee 93. Kentucky 65
Virginia 65. Wak~e Forest 55
Mdwest
Cincinnati 70. Saint Louis 56
Michigan 81. Michigan St. 65
Northwestemn 84, Minnesota 65
Ohio St. 66, Wisconsin 54
Valparaiso 79, Buffalo 75
Winona St. 92, Mount Mercy 87
Long Beach St. 81. North Texas 69
Trinity. Texas 64. Sewanee 58
Tulsa 72, San Jose St. 62
Vanderbilt 85, Arkansas 80, OT
Far West
Boise St. 71. Cal St.*ullerton 56.
Idaho 71, UC Ir vine 61
Nevada 86, Cal Poly-SLO. 54
Pacific 59. New Mexico St. 56
Portland St. 67. Montana St. 65
Southern Cal 59. California 50
Stanford 75, UCLA 70

vMtS in parentheses.
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I. Tnnessee (39)
2.rd Doinion
3. Connecticut
4. fomslanai Tech
3 Texas Tech
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9. Vanderbilt
10. lorida
'ilt. Norxth Carolina
D. Stanford
14. Utah
15. Wastiotgon
15. WestmrnKentuckcy
17, Wisconsin
I8. Geotgia,
29. Clemson
j20k Southwest Missouri St.
,'21; Nebraska
22. Florida irtemi~afa
23. Purdue
24. Duke
25. Stephen Austin

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(ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

Yesterday's Results
NEW YORK 98, Boston 82
PHILADELPHIA 98, Sacramnento 85
MINNESOTA 117. L.A. Clippers 109
L.A. LAKERS 92, Orlando 89
Toronto at CHARLOTTE, inc.
San Antonio at NEW JERSEY, inc.
Seattle at HOUSTON. inc.
Detroit at UTAH, inc.

Today's Games
Milwaukee at ATLANTA
Portland at CLEVELAND
Seattle at DALLAS
Denver at VANCOUJVER
Phoenix at GOLDEN STATE

13.2 85

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1 Home team in CAPS
r Super Bowl XXXIij
Jan. 25, IM Denver Broncos vs.
Jack Murphy Stadium Green Bay Packers
F San Diego, Calif.
NLStandings
Estern Conference Western Conference
Aantic Division Cea Division
Team W L T Pts. Team W L T Pts.
New Jersey 29 14 3 61 Dallas 30 U1 8 68
Philadelphia 25 11 9 59 Detroit 28 11 10 66
Washington 23 17 8 54 St.tLouis 26 17 6 58
N.Y. Rangers 15 20 12 42 Phoenix 21 18 8 50
Florida 15 23 10 40 Chicago 18 20 9 45
-N.Y. Islanders 16 25 6 38 Toronto 14 24 7 35
Tampa Bay 9 29 8 26
w Pacific Division
A Northeast Wi ision Team W L T Pts.
Team " W L T Pts. Colorado 24 9 16 64
Montreal 25 16 7 57 L.os Angeles 19 19 8 46
"Pittsburgh 24 15 8 56 Edmonton 16 22 9 41
Boston 21 16 9 51 San Jose 16 24 6 38
Ottawa 19 21 7 45 Anaheim 15 25 8 38
Buffalo 17 20 8 42 Calgary 12 26 10 34
Carolina 17 25 6 40 Vancouver 12 28 8 32
Yesterday's Results Today's Games
None None
Home team in CAPS
Transactions
Sunday
Basketball
Boston Celtics - Placed forward Roy Rogers on the injured list with the flu: activated
guard Tyus Edney from the injured list.
Philadelphia 76efs -- Acquired guard Eric Snow from the Seattle Supersonics for a
conditional second-round draft pck: waved guard Rex Waters.
Saturday
college
Monmouth - announced the resignation of men's basketball coach Wayne Szoke
effective immediately.
Pittsburgh - promoted Rex Hough to assistant athletic director for marketing
Wake Forest - suspended sophomore center Loren Woods from the men's basketball
team indefinitely.
Baseball
Cincinatti Reds - agreed on a one-rear contract with Willie Greene: avoided salary
arbitration.
New York Mets - signed pitcher Rick Reed to a two-year contract and pitcher John
Hudek to a one year contract avoiding salary arbitration with both.
Basketball
Dallas Mavericks - placed swirigman Bubba Wells on the inured list with a
sprained right big toe: activated center Chris Anstey from the injured list.
"New Jersey Nets - announced that general manager John Nash has signed a multi-
year contract extension.
Seattle Supersonics - activated forward Jerome Kersey from the injured list: placed
guard Eric Snow on the injured list with a sprained right ankle.
Toronto Raptors - signed forward Uoyd Daniels to a second 10-day contract.
Football
Buffalo Bills - Named Bishop Harris running backs coach: agreed to terms with defer
sive secondary coach Bill Bradley.
Hockey
Philadelphia Flyers - traded center Vaclav Prospal. right wing Pat Falloon and a 1998
secondirojnd draft pick to the Ottowa Senators for right wing Alexandre
Daigle.
Washington Capitals -,agreed to a four-rear contract with right wing Peter Bonora.
Etiday
Fotall
Aganta Falcons - named Jim Hay executive vice president of administration. Herald
- Richardson general manager and Kevin Anthony vice president of Finance.
Buffalo Bills - agreed in principle with quarterback Doug Flutie.
Cocinatti Bengals - announced that quarterback Booster Esiason has accepted an
offer from ABC spots to broadcast Monday Night Football.
New England Patriots - resigned unrestricted free agent guard Max Lane.

NCAA Men's Basktetball Results
Sunday
East
Albany, N.Y. 82, Sacred Heart 78
Boston U. 69, Drexel 62
Chicago 66, NYU 63
Colby 83. Wheaton (Mass.) 75
Colby-Sawyer 90, Middlebury 75
Daniel Webster 87, Notre Dame (N.H.) 66
Delaware 81. Vermont 64
Emory 76. Haverford 53
George Washington 81. Dayt1on 61
Johns Hopkins 65, Carnegieelbon 47
LeMOyne 70. Merrimack 67
Maine 68. New Hampshire 65
Manhattan 74. Madst 56
Northeastern 89, Hofstra 74
St. Joseph's, N.Y. 73, Albany Pharmacy 66
St. Rose 75. & Connecticut 55
Syracuse 85. Miami 67
Tow son 75, Hartford 68
W. New England 102. Albertus Magnus 98
Washington. Mo. 86. Brandeis 67
West Virginia 79, Vilanova 65, OT

Ark.Little Rock 77. W. Kentucky 76. 20T
Auburn 94, Alabama 40
Christopher Newport 94, Shenandoah 71
Cincinnati 71. Louisville 57
Florida St. 70, Georgia Tech 67
Lynchburg 78, Emory & Henry 68
Randol.Macon 49. Washington & Lee 34
Rhodes 76, Oglethorpe 66
South Carolina 68. Georgia 60
Tulane 71. Houston 59
Virginia 59, N. Carolina St. 56
Midwest
Briar Cliff 92. Dana 75
Indiana 94, Purdue 88
Iowa 82. Minnesota 69
Nebraska 53. Oklahoma 43
SW Missouri St. 89, Illinois St. 81
Southwet
Millsaps 64, Hendrix 58
Trinity (Texas) 91, Sewanee 82

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NCAA Hockey Results
CCHA
Ohio state 4, Bowling Green 2
Michigan 5, AWluaskbanks 1
Miami 4, lake Superior 3
Michigan State 7, Ferris State 0
N. Michigan 5. Western Michigan 2
Michigan State 6. Ala.-Fairanks 1
Northern Michigan 5, Miami 3
Lake Superior 4, W. Michigan 3
ECAC
SO""da
Colgate 3, Cornell 2 (OT)
Clakson 5, Vermont 4

Dartmouth 4, St. Lawrence 1
Rensselaer 7. Union 2
Yale 6, Mass.-Lowell 3
Friday
Clarkson 4, Dartmouth 3
St. Lawrence 3, Vermont 2
HOCKEY EAST
Saff-
Boston University 3. Northeastern 2
New Hampshire 5. Maine 0
Merrimack 6, Mass: Amherst 4
Boston College 8. Providence 0
Yale 6. Mass: Lowell 3
Fridley
Merrimack 6, Mass. Amherst 4
New Hampshire 2. Maine 1
Northeastern 2. Boston Univ. 1 (OT)

Boston College 6. Providence 0
5-wa
Wisconsin 4, Nebraska-Omaha 2
WCHA
Saturday
Colorado College 4, Alaska
Anchorage 3
Minnesota 5, Denver 2.
North Dakota 6, Michigan Tech 3
Minn: Duluth 4, St. Cloud State 1
Fday
Colorado College 4, Alaska-
Anchorage 1
Denver 5, Minnesota 2
North Dakota 6, Michigan Tech 2
Minn: Duluth 8, St. Cloud State 4
Wisconsin 5. NetxraskaOmaha 1

R8SUitfi hrtoughafl 13. flrst-ola t votes i;n oaenthes.

Itest,thtrough Jan. 23.
Team.;:
1. Michigan State (4)
2. Worth Dakota (5)
3. Boston University
4. N~ew Hampshire
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6. St. Coud State
7. Miami~ (Ohio}
8, ale
9. Botn College
X0. Wisrconsin

Flrstplac ;vo@33s i prtheses.
flec. Pt S.
16-3.3 94
14-3-1 92
13-3.2 75
14-4-1 56
19.4.1 65
14-4-2 53
144-2 41
124-0 29
12-6-3 25
13.6-1 k&6

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Men's track edged b Hoosiers
By Josh Borkin "He supplied the team with valuable While there were no surprises r,
Waily Sports Writer points and Leadership." ing the performance of the di
Saturday's meet at Indiana demon- While Sullivan was the star of the team, the sprinters failed to
strated the leadership and strength of meet, Jay Cantin and John Mortimer enough points to win the meet.
the Michigan men's distance squad and emphasized with their performances The dual meet permitted spini
the inexperience of the sprint team. why the Michigan men's distance team double up in events. This allows
The men's track team came up short is one of the best in the country. coaches to see how the athletes
this weekend in its attempt to defeat the Mortimer followed up last week's respond to the mental and ph
Hoosiers. Indiana outscored Michigan, NCAA qualifying performance in the pressures of running back-to-bacl
77.50-72.50, in an emotional and close 5,000 meters with a victory in the Kevin Bowman and Brian T1
meet. 3,000-meter run (8:23.75). continued to improve, but Ir
The return of captain and All- Cantin, who was a valuable member sprinter Russell Brooks captured
America Kevin Sullivan was overshad- of this fall's cross country team, re- place finishes in the 55- and 200-
owed by Michigan's disappointing loss, emerged this weekend as one of the dashes.
and the sprint teams' inability to capture countries best mile runners - with a Junior Kevin Bowman placed s
any first-place finishes in their events. NCAA provisional qualifying time, and in the 55 (6.57) and third in th
Kevin Sullivan made his debut this second-place finish in the mile, with a (22.47). Senior Brian Theisei
weekend on the indoor circuit, with time of 4:05.69. impressive times as well, placing
first-place finishes in the 800-meter run "Cantin was one of the top perform- ond in the 200 (22.41) and 400 (4
(1:53.91) and mile run (4:04.08). ers at Indiana" Harvey said. "He ran an The inexperienced sprint team
"Kevin's performance was, as usual, impressive time, and it is great that we strugglinig wiili the pressures of Bi;
outstanding," Michigan coach Jack have another qualifier for nationals competition.
Harvey said. along with Sullivan:" "I think it is izoinexto t2ae a

Wrestling Results
Results from the 1998 National Team
Dual Championships at Iowa City this
weekend.
No. 23 West Virgina defeated No. 10
Michigan, 28.10.
No. 10 Michigan defeated Missouri
Valley, 34-6.
No. 9 Nebraska defeated No. 10
Michigan, 24-13.

Track and Field
Results from the Women's track and
field dual meet at Indiana this week-
end.
McGregor (Michigan) won 800
meters, 2:10.
McGregor (Michigan) won mile run.
4:49.
Kampfe (Michigan) won 3000
Urig (Michigan) wont 400 meters,
57.81 seconds.

Due to Popular Demand, We Have Opened Two
Additional Sections in our Ann Arbor Location for the
April MCAT.

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