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SPORTSMonday, January 26, 1998

BA Standings

NCAA Women's Basketball Results

eastern Conference

Western Conference
Midwest Division

Sunday
East

Memphis 73, Cincinnati 72
Midwest

Atlantic Division
team W
Miami 26
N$ew York 24
New Jersey 23
Washington 22
Orlando 20
$oston 18
Philadelphia 14
Central Division
tgam W
Chicago 30
Indiana 28
Atlanta 26
Cleveland 24
Charlotte 25
Detroit 20
Milwaukee 20
Toronto 8

L
14
16
19
21
23
23
25
L
12
12
16
16
17
21
22
33

PCT GB
.650 -
.600 2
,548 4
.512 5.5
.465 7.5
.439 8.5
.359 11.5
PCT GB
.714 -
.700 1
.619 4
.600 5
.595 5
.488 9.5
.476 10
.195 21.5

Team
Utah
San Antonio
Minnesota
Houston
Vancouver
Dallas
Denver

w
28
29
23
19
13
7
3

12
14
17
20
30
34
38
L
9
10
13
17
26
33

PCT GB
.675 -
674 0.5
.575 4
.487 7.5
.302 15.5
.171 20.5
.073 24.5
PCT GB
.786 -
.756 1.5
.667 5.5
.585 8.5
.395 16.5
.233 23.5

Pacific Division

Team
Seattle
L.A. Lakers
Phoenix
Portland
Sacramento
L.A. Clippers

W
33
31
26
24
17
10

Siena 88, Rider 62
West Virginia 59, Villinova 55
Connecticut 86, Boston College 53
Penn State 82, Ohio State 73 (OT)
Seton Hall 82, Syracuse 72
American 72, William and Mary 67
St. Josephs PA 62, Rhode Island 38
Massachusetts 67, Lasalle 52
South
Duke 78, Clemson 59
American 72, William and Mary 67
So. Mississippi 52, St. Louis 49
James Madison 77, Richmond 74
NC Wilmington 61, East Carolina 46
No. Carolina St. 72, Florida St. 62
North Carolina 78, Wake Forest 52
Old Dominion 82, Va Commonwealth 70
Tulane 93, NC Charlotte 55
Mississippi St. 63, Auburn 59
South Florida 70, DePaul 65
Louisville 68, UAB 67
Tennessee 86, Vanderbilt 54
Western Kentucky 88, La. Tech 86

Michigan 69, Iowa 65
Michigan State 76, Northwestern 65
Marquette 80, Houston 52
Indiana State 61, Witchita State 60
SW Missouri St. 63, Illinois St. 56
Wisconsin 67, Minnesota 54
Indiana 85, Purdue 71
Far West
Rice 66. San Diego St. 63
Montana 72, Montana St. 59

AP Women's Poll
The new A ssoc ated Press top 25 women's college
basketball poll with results through Jan. 18. First-place
votes in parentheses.
Team Rec, Pt s. Prey.
L ennessee (39) 190 975 1
2 Old Dominion 140 935 2
3. Connecticut 161 893 3
4. Louisiana Tech 14-2 853 4
5. Texas Tech 12-2 825 5
6. Illinois 13-4 7 23 8
7 Anzona 11-3 390 9
8 North Carolina State 151 685 10
9. Vanderbilt 14-2 680 6
10. Florida 13-4 550 12
13.t. North Carolina 13-4 522 7
111. Virginia 13.3 522 15
13. Stanford &5 480 11
14. Utah 140 421 17
15 Washington 11-3 360 13
16. Western Kentucky 15-4 344 18
17, Wisconsin 14-4 323 14
18. Georgia 11-5 296 19
19. Clemson 14-3 219 23
20. Southwest Missouri St. 12-2 209 16
21. Nebraska 14-5 207 20
22. Florida International 141 186 21
23. Purdue 12-5 133 24
24. Duke 11-5 91 25
25. Stephen Austin 13-2 86 --

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

Why: The sophomore at 134 pounds beat his opponents to help lead
the Michigan wrestling team to two Big Ten wins against Northwestern
and Illinois. Logan beat Northwestern's Scott Schatzman, pulling out
the victory in the last eight seconds of the match. He had lost to
Schatzman four previous times.
Background: Missed 1996-97 season due to season-ending Surgery in
January ... Named to first-team High School All-America by the Amateur
Wrestling News ... Born December 24, 1977 ... Enrolled in the Division
of Kinesiology, majoring in Sports Management.

Who: Damion Logan
Hometown: Garfield, NJ
High School: St. Joseph Regional

Sport: Wrestling
Year: Sophomore
Eligibility: Freshman

Golden State 7

33 .175 25

Yesterday's Results
Utah 101, CHICAGO 94
Home team in CAPS

Today's Games
New York at BOSTON
Philadelphia at TORONTO
Cleveland at MIAMI
Phoenix at ATLANTA
Houston at SAN ANTONIO
Seattle at SACRAMENTO

Logan

How this week's AP Top 25 fared

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Super Bowl XXXII Denver Broncos, 31
Jan. 25, 1998 Green Bay Packers 24,
Jack Murphy Stadium
San Diego, Calif. Terrell Davis named MVP
Eastern Conference Western Conference
Atlantic Division Central Division
Team W L T Pits. Team W L T Pis.
New Jersey 30 15 4 64 Dallas 32 11 8 72
Philadelphia 27 12 9 63 Detroit 29 13 10 68
Washington 24 17 8 56 St. Louis 26 19 7 59
N.Y. Rangers 16 21 13 45 Phoenix 22 20 8 52
Florida 15 25 11 41 Chicago 20 21 9 49
N.Y. Islanders 16 27 7 39 Toronto 17 24 7 41
Tampa Bay 9 32 8 26
Pacific Division
Northeast Division Team W L T Pts.
Team W L T Pts. Colorado 24 12 16 64
Pittsburgh 26 15 9 61 Los Angeles 21 19 9 51
Montreal 26 17 7 59 Edmonton 18 23 9 45
Boston 21 18 9 51 San Jose 18 24 7 43
Ottawa 20 22 8 48 Anaheim 17 25 9 43
Buffalo 19 21 8 46 Calgary 13 28 10 36
Carolina 19 26 6 44 Vancouver 12 30 8 32
Yesterday's Results Today's Games
New Jersey 3, MONTREAL 1 St. Louis at PITTSBURGH
>WASHINGTON 4. Boston 1 Washington at N.Y RANGERS
Tampa Bay at OTTAWA
N.Y. Islanders at PHILADELPHIA
Toronto at DALLAS
Edmonton at COLORADO
Home team in CAPS Vancouver at PHOENIX
Transactions
Saturday
Baseball
New York Mets- signed left-handed pitcher Efrain Valdez to a minor league contract.
Basketball
Nw Jersey Nets - activated forward Chris Gatling from the injured list. Waived
forward Xavier McDaniel
Hockey
NHL - Suspended San Jose Sharks left wing Tony Granato for at least one game for
high sticking Edmonton Oilers defenseman Drew Bannister on Jan. 23.
Anaheim Mighty Ducks - Assigned defenseman Pavel Trnka to Cincinnati of the AHL
Montreal Canadiens - Recalled forward Terry Ryan from the Fredericton Canadeins of
the AHL.

NCAA Men's Basketball Results
Sunday
East
Villanova 59, St. Johns 82
Delaware 68, Boston University 54
St. Bonaventure 81, La Salle 89
Rutgers 87. Pittsburgh 65
Loyola MD 86, Fairfield 80
St. Peters 77, Niagara 57
Cincinnati 88, Rhode Island 82
Lafayette 89. Army 70
Rider 68, Canisius 64

South
Georgia Tech 51, North Carolina State 5
UCLA 88, Louisville 82
Mississippi 65, Wake Forest 74
Midwest
MIchigan 53, illnois 64
Kansas State 78, Colorado 60
Wake Forest 74, Mississippi 65
Indiana 69, Wisconsin 59

1. Duke
2. North Carolina
3. Kansas
4. Utah
5. Stanford
6. Arizona
7, Kentucky
8. Connecticut
9. UCLA
10. iowa
11. Pnnceton
12. Purdue
13. Mississippi
14. South Carolina
15. Syracuse
16. Michigan
17. New Mexico
18. Arkansas
19. Xavier
20. Florida State
21. Cincinnati
22. Rhode Island
23. West Virginia
24. Hawaii
25. Clemson

Seat Virginia 72 65
Beat No. 20 Fionda State 103-55
Beat Texas Tech 88-49
Beat UNLV.67-54
Heat Washington, 74-72
vs. Oregon State, inc.
Beat Tennessee. 85-67
Beat No. 15 Syracuse, 63-54
vs. ouisville. inc.
Lost to Missouri. 80-79 (0)
idle
Beat Northwestern, 80-45
Beat Mississippi State, 81-77 (20T)
Beat Aubum, 77-70
Lost to No. 8 Connecticut, 63-54
Lost to ilinois, 64-53
Beat Texas-El Paso. 76-69
Beat Atahama, 77-70
Lost to Cayton, 93-82
Lost to No. 2 North Carolina 10355
vs, No.22 Rhcde Island, inc.
at No. 21Cincinnati, inc.
Beat ProvidencO, 81-63
Lost to Tulsa, 64-63
Lost to Maryland, 74-69

vs. Maryland, Thursday
vs. No. 25 Clemson, Wednesday
vs. Baylor, Wednesday
vs Texas-EE'Paso. Thursday
vs. No. 6 Arizona. Thursday
vs. No. 5 Stanford, Thursday
at Vanderbilt, tomorrow
at Providence, tomorrow
vs Washington State. Thursday -
at Penn State, Wednesday
vs. College of New Jersey, tonight
at Michigan, Thursday
at Georgia, Wednesday
at Furian, tonight
at Georgetown, tonight
vs. No. 12 Purdue, Thursday
at at Brigham Young.,Thursday
at tSU, Wednesday
vs. Ducane, tomorrow
vs. North Carolina State, Wednesda
vs. Louisville. Thursday
vs. Massachusetts, Thursday
at PittsOurgh, Wednesday
vs. San Jose State, Saturday
at No. 2 North Carolina, Wednesday

NCAA Hockey Results

CCHA
Sunday
Ohio State 5, Notre Dame 3
Saturday
Miami(Ohio) 4, Michigan 3
Ohio State 2, Northern Michigan 0
Notre Dame 5, Bowling Green 4
Michigan State 4, Lake Superior 3
Friday
Miami 3, Michigan 1
No. Michigan 8, Bowling Green 2
ECAC
Saturday
Clarkson 1, Saint Lawrence 0
HOCKEY EAST
Sunday
Northeastern 3, Merrimack 2

Saturday
Boston College 6. Mass. Amherst 3
Boston University 3, Maine 2
Mass.- Lowell 5, Providence 1
Friday
Boston University 4, Maine 3
Northeastern 4. Merrimack 2
Providence 2, Mass-Lowell 2
WCHA
Saturday
North Dakota 6. St. Cloud State 2
Wisconsin 4, Colorado College 0
Minnesota 6, Minnesota-Duluth 5
Friday
St. Cloud State 6. North Dakota 2
Wisconsin 6. Colorado College 5
Minnesota 7, Minnesota-Duluth 1

Non-Conference
Saturday
Rennsselaer 2, Western Michigan 1
Niagara 6, Air Force 3
Ferris State 5, Cornell 3
Denver 3, Dartmouth 2
Yale 5. Army 1
Alaska Anchorage 1, Mankato St. 0
Holy Cross 6, New England 3
Sacred Heart 6. lona 5
Wentworth 4,Fairfield 1
Scranton 10. Villanova 1
Mercyhurst 5, Canisius 1
Friday
Niagara 4, Air Force 1
Union 6, Army 3
Cornell 2, Westen Michigan 0
Denver 5, Vermont 3
Ferris State 3, Rensselaer 2
Mankato St. 5 Alaska-Anchorage 2
Brockport 7, Canisius 3
Holy Cross 6, St. Anselm 3
Quinnipiac 4, Fairfield 2
Connecticut 3, Amherst 2

Women's Basketball Box Scores

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Friday's Game

Sunday's Game

MICHIGAN (634 FrREB
MIN M-A M-A O0T A F PTS
Murray 30 8-18 1-1 0-6 0 3 19
Thorius 36 3-9 2-6 0-5 5 3 9
Willard 25 1-4 0-2 0-5 0 1 2
Thomas 39 7-13 1-4 4-10 3 1 15
Lemre 37 3-12 0-0 1-3 3 4 8
Franklin 12 2-9 0-0 0-1 2 0 6
Walker 15 2-4 0-2 1-4 0 3 4
Dykhouse 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0
Stowe 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 2 0
Totals 200 26-69 4-15 6-36 13 17 63
FG%: .377. FT%: .267. 3-point FG: 7-22. .318
(Franklin 2-4, Lemire 2-5, Thorius 1-3, Murray 2-
9). Blocks: 2 (Thomas 2). Steals: 0. Technical
Fouls: 0
WISCONSIN (79)
FG FT REB
MIN M-A M-A O-T A F PTS
Sims 29 6-12 2-2 2-13 1 3 14
Boston 22 2-7 0-0 1-6 0 2 4
Klapperich 33 9-18 4-5 2-5 3 2 22
Paulus 23 2-7 0-0 1-1 2 0 4
Voigt 35 6-11 2-3 0-9 1 1 19
Pate 20 1-3 0-1 1-4 4 2 2
Hartwig 16 4-6 0-0 1-4 0 0 8
Rhodes 3 0-1 2-2 1-2 0 0 2
Konieczny 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0
Wiersma 15 1-5 2-2 0-5 1 1 4
Totals 200 31-70 12-1512-53 12 12 79
FG%: .443. FT%: .800. 3-point FG: 5-10, .500.
(Voigt 5.9. Paulus 0-1). Blocks: 4 (Wiersma 2,
Sims 2). Steals: 4 (Voigt 2, Paulus, Klapperich).
Technical Fouls: 0

IOWA (65)
FO FT REB
MIN MA M-A 0-T A F PTr
Perry 19 1-1 0-0 0-2 1 3
Smith 45 6-16 4-4 3-10 4 3 16
Herrig 31 4-10 4-5 1-8 4 4 12
Knopf 26 1-5 2-2 0-1 2 2.4
Domond 39 512 0-0 1-3 2 2 14-
Consuegra 25 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 1 "O'
Hamblin 26 7-13 0-0 2-6 1 0 14
Willis 4 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 2 0
Peterson 10 1-1 0-0 0-2 1 1 2
Totals 225 25.59 10-11 7-35 17 18 g
FG%: .424. FT%: .909. 3-point FG: 5-12, .417
(Domond 4-7, Knopf 1-4, Hamblin 0-1). Blocks: 5
(Smith 4, Herrig). Steals: 6 (Perry, Herrig, Kndpf,
Domond, Consuegra, Hamblin). Technical Foulsa,0
MICHIGAN (69)
FG FT REBJ
MIN M-A M-A 0-T A F PTS
Murray 35 3-8 0-0 0-4 1 1 9-
Lemire 36 6-10 1-2 0.4 2 0 13
Willard 33 4-7 1-2 2.5 2 2 9
Thomas 45 4-11 8-11 4-11 1 1 16
Thorius 38 4-9 4-6 1-4 3 314
Franklin 9 1-6 0-0 2-3 0 0
Walker 11 0-1 1-2 0.1 1 3 -1,
Johns 16 2-4 1-3 1-3 0 1 5
Stowe 2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0
Totals 225 24-57 16-2612-39 10 11 69
FG%: .421. FT%: .615. 3-point FG: 5-14, .357.
(Thorius 2-3, Murray 3-5, Lemire 0-1, Willard 0-2
Thomas 0-1, Franklin 0-2). Blocks: 1 (Lemire)
Steals: 8 (Thorius 5, Thomas 2, Lemire) Technifal
Fouls: 0
Iowa......... ....................26 34 5- 65
Michigan ... .................27 33 9-69

US College Hockey Online Poll
Results through Jan. 13. First-place votes In parentheses.
Team Rec. Pts. Pvs.
1. North Dlakota (22) 14.3-1 285 :~ 2
2. Michigan State (4) 16-3-3 249 3
3. Boston University (2) 13-3-2 . 234 1
4. New Hampshire 14-4-1 193 ' 5
5. Michigan (1) 194-1 179 6
6. St. Cloud State 1442 172 7
7. Miami : 14-4-2 133 4
8. Wisconsin 13-6-1 59 -
9- Yale - 124-0 52 9
10. Boston College 116-3 37 -
Men's Swimming Results

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Results through Jan. 13. First-place votes in parentheses.
Team ' Rec. Pts.
1. Michigan State (4) 16-3-3 94
2. North Oakota (5) 14-3-1 92
3. Boston University 13-3-2 75
4. New Hampshtre 14-4-1 56
5. Michigan (1) 19.4.1 55
6. St Cloud State 14-4-2 53
7. Miami (Ohio) 144-2 41
S.Yale'12-40 29 -
9. Boston college 12-63 25
1.0. Wisconsin 13-6-1 16

Michigan ......................28
W isconsin.....................44

35 - 63
35 - 79

At: Kohl Center
A: 10, 295

At: Crisler Arena
A: 2,303

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Results from the Dallas Morning News
Classic at Dallas this weekend.
Team Standings
1. No. 3 Texas 315
2. No. 7 Michigan 304
400 Free Relay
1. Southern Methodist 3:02.14
5. Michigan 3:06.05
500 Freestyle
1. Tom Malchow, UM 4:25.49
7. Andy Potts, UM 4:29.93
200 Backstroke
1. Derya Buyukuncu. UM 1:46.82
7. Ryan Papa. UM 1:48.51
200 Breaststroke

1. Jeremy Linn. Tennessee 1:59.37
2. Scott Werner, UM 2:01.61
7. Owen von Richter, UM 2:03.54
100 Freestyle
1. Lars Frolander, SMU 43.82
3. Derya Buyukuncu, UM 45.83
11. Ryan Papa. UM 47.11
200 Butterfly
1. Tom Malchow, UM 1:46.47
10. Mike McWha, UM 1:56.82
200 Individual Medley
1. Owen von Richter, UM 1:49.46
7. Scott Werner. UM 1.52.58
200 Free Relay
1 Auburn. 1:21.66
6 Michigan. 1:26.46

Men's Track & Field
Highlights from the Red Simmons Invitational in the
Michigan Track Building this weekend.
3000 Meter Run
Kevin Sullivan breaks a 12-year old Michigan record in
the 3000-meter run. The old record (1:54.87) was set
by Wolverine Chris Brewster in 1986. Sullivan's time
(1:51.65) not only put his name in the Michigan record
books, it also made him an NCAA Automatic Qualifier
in that event.
Mile Run
Michigan wins top two spots. Sophomore Steve
Lawrence ran a 4:11.85. barely holding off fellow
Wolverine Don McLaughlin (4:12.10).

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Add a poster of Michigan's Rose Bowl-clinching
wi-n over Ohio State for an additional $2.50.
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following the Rose Bowl-clinching
victory over Ohio State, will also 't
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table. z

Hockey vs. Notre Dame, Yost Ice Arena. 7 p.m.
Women's Swimming and Diving vs. Notre Dame,
Canham Natatorium, 4 p.m.
Men's swimming and Diving vs. Indiana. Canham
Natatorium, noon.
Women's Track hosts the Michigan intercollegiate.
TBA
Men's gymnastics at Illinois, 7 pm.
Men's tennis at Big Ten singles, All Day
Women's gymnastics at the State of Michigan Classic,
7 p.m.
Sunday
Men's ssketball at Iowa. Carver Hawkeye Arena,
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Thursday
Men's Basketbal vs. Purdue, Criser Arena, 8 p.m.
Friday
Hockey at Notre Dame. 7 p.m. -
Women's Swimming and Diving vs. Indiana, Canham
Natatorium. 6 p.m.
Women's Tenn's vs. western Michigan.Varstty Tennis
Center, 6 p.m.
Men's Trckat theMichigan Intercollegiate.TBA

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