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28 - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - February 2, 19981

_-NBA Standings
.Eastern Conference

NCAA Women's Basketball Results

AP Women's Poll
Ithesnew Associated Press top 25 womens college
basIetball poll with resLts through Jan. 25. Fst-place

Western Conference

Utabe £i ttu~ilg

4

Atlantic Division
Team W
Miami 27
New York 25
New Jersey 26
Washington 23
Boston 21
Orlando 21
Philadelphia 14
Central Division
Team W
Indiana 32
Chicago 33
Atlanta 28
Charlotte 27
Cleveland 26
Mlwauke 23
Detroit 21
Toronto 10

L
17
19
20
23
24
25
29
L
12
14
18
18
18
22
24
35

PCT GB
.614 -
.568 2
.565 2
.500 5
.467 6.5
.457 7
326 12.5
PCT GB
.727 --
.702 1.5
.609 5
.600 5.5
.591 6
.511 9.5
.467 11.5
.222 22.5

Midwest Division
Team W L
San Antonio 33 14
Utah 30 14
Minnesota 25 19
Houston 21 23
Vancouver 13 33
Dallas 8 36
Denver 4 40
Pacific Division
Team W L
Seattle 36 10
LA. Laers 33 11
Phoenix 29 14
Portland 25 19
Sacramento 19 27
L.A. Clippers 10 37
Golden State 8 36

PCT
.702
.682
,568
.477
.283
.182
.091

GB
1.5
6.5
10.5
19.5
23.5
27.5

PCT GB
.783 -
.750 2
.674 5.5
.568 10
.413 17
.213 26.5
.182 27

Sunday
East
Connecticut 100, Syracuse 65
West Virginia 59. Villanova 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. Jiosephs PA 62, Rhode Island 38
Massachusetts 67, Lasalle 52
Providence 68, St. Johns 65
Drake 64. Creighton 61 (0T)
Richmond 91, William & Mary 81
Duquesne 80, Xavier 61
East Carolina 59, George Mason 55
lona 46. Marist 31
New Hampshire 79, Maine 65
Fairfield 79. Manhattan 62
South
North Carolina 80, Clemson 59
Virginia 83, Florida State 76
N.C. State 85, Georiga Tech 60

Florida 62, Vanderbilt 46
Mississippi State 79, Georgia 75
Tennessee 73, Alabama 66
Louisville 81, Tulane 66
American 76, UNC-Wilmington 71
South Alabama 74, Lamar 66
Midwest
Indiana 87, Michigan 58
Illinois 78, Penn State 69
Wisconsin 95, Northwestern 64
Ohio State 71, Minnesota 53
Michigan State 66. Iowa 62
St. Louis 78. South Florida 72
Memphis 76, RuPaul 63
Texas 74, Iowa State 67
Baylor 97. Oklahoma 67
West
Fresno State 82, San Diego St. 72
Boise State 72, North Texas 55
Cal St. Fullerton 72, Cal Poly SLO 64
Nevada 80, New Mexico State 61
Pacific 66, Long Beach State 53

votes in parentheses.
Team
1. Tennessee (;39)
2. Connecticut
3. Od Dominion
4. Louisiana Tech
5, Texas Tech
6. (tie) North Carolina
&. (tie) vanderbilt
8. Illinois
9. Stanford
ID. Arzona
It, Utah
12. North Carolina State
13. Duke
14. Florida
15. Western Ketucky
16. Virginia
17. Georgia
18. Washington
19. Rlorida international
20. Wisconsin
21. Clemson
22. Stephen F. Austin
23. Hcawaii
24, lewa State
25. Southwes Missouri St.

Rec.
21.0
10-1
161
15-3
13-3
154
14-23
14-5
10)-5
12-4
1"-
16-3
14-5
14.5
M65
13-4
13-5
12-4
161
15-5
z 5-4
15,2
1&l1
16-3
13-3

Pt S,
975
933
900
832
798
679
679
656:
633
621
583
525
452
442
386
384
340
273
248
245
191
161.
137
100
98

Prey,
1
3
2
4
5
11
9
13;
7
14
8
24
10
16
11
18
15
22
17
19
25
20

Who: Greg Crozier
Hometown: Williamsville, N.Y.
High School: Lawrence Academy (Mass.)

Sport: Hockey
Year: Jno
Eligibility: Junior

Why: The junior winger broke out of his recent slump and scored the
first hat trick of his career, including the game-winning goal in overtime
against Notre Dame on Saturday.
Background: Game-winner was his fifth goal of the season ... Michigan
was 4.0 last year when he scored at least one goal ... Finished with
20 points last year ... Assisted on former Wolverine Brendan Morrison's
NCAA Championship-winning goal on March 30, 1996 vs. Colorado
College ... Enrolled in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts..
Born July 6, 1976.

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

Crozier

Yesterday's Results
NEW YORK 89, Miami 83
BOSTON, 107, Houston 96
LA. LAKERS 112, Chicago 87
Milwaukee 118, MINNESOTA 110
home team in CAPS

Utah 115, GOLDEN STATE 88
San Antonio 103, SACRAMENTO 97
PORTLAND 97, Toronto 90
Indiana 99, L.A. CLIPPERS 92
SEATTLE 97, New Jersey 87,

Howe this week's AP Top 25 fared

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NHL Standings

NCAA Men's Basketball Results

Sunday

Saturday

Eastern Conference

Western Conference

Atlantic Divisioni
Team w
New Jersey 31
Philadelphia 28
Washington 26
Florida , 18
N.Y. Rangers 16
N.Y. I slanders 18
Tampa Bay 9

Ce" ivsmo

L
16
15
18
26
22
28
35

T
6
9
10
11
15
8
7
10
7
10
6

P S.
68
65
62
47
47
44
26
Pts.
68
63
56
53
50
46

Team
Dallas
Detroit
St. Louis
Phoenix
Chicago
Toronto

w
33
30
28
24
21
17

Pacific iv sWo

13
14
20
20
23
27
L
13
19
25
25
27
29
32

T
8
11
8
10
9
7
T
16
9
7
10
9
11
8

Pt s.
74
71
64
58
51
41
Pts.
68
55
47
46
45
39
36

Michigan 80, Iowa 66
Texas Tech 80, Baylor 71
Kansas 82, Nebraska 71
Boston College 74, Georgetown 63
Syracuse 84, Pittsburgh 73
Massachusetts 85. Dayton 69
Duke 90. Georgia Tech 69
Maryland 77, Virginia 70
Florida 86, Kentucky 78
South Carolina 67, Cincinnati 65
New Mexico 77, Utah 74
Texas Christian 102, Tulsa 100

Illinios 77, Penn State 71
Michigan State 72. Northwestern 66
Purdue 82. Wisconsin 59
Indiana 95, Minnesota 82
Xavier (Ohio) 79, Temple 73
Notre Dame 73, St. Johns 65
George Washington 75. Virginia Tech 61
Seton Hail 68, Providence 56
Connecticut 73, Rutgers 56
North Carolina 79. Wake Forest 73
North Carolina State 82, Clemson 80
South Florida 70, Florida State 68

1. Duke
2. North Carolina
3. Utah
4. Stanford
5. KaIsas
6. Arizona
7. Kentucky
8. tUCLA
9. Connecticut
10. Purdue
11. Princeton
12. Mississippi
13. South Carolina
14. New Mtexico
15. Arkansas
16. Iowa
17. West Virginia
18. Cincinnati
19. Michigan
20. Syracuse
21. Rhode Island
22. Michigan State
23. Maryland
24 Xavier (Ohio)
25. Indiana

Beat Georgia Tech, 9M-9
Beat Wake forest. 79-73
lost to No. 14 New Mexico, 77-74
Lost to Arizona State, 90.87
Beat Nebraska, 82-71
Beat Cal, 70-57
l~ost to Fionda, 86-78
Beat Wiashtington, 105-94
Beat Rutgers- 73-56
Beat Wisconrsin, 82-59
Beat Columbia, 58-45
Lost to Auburn, 68-67
Beat No. 18 Cincinnati, 67-65
Beat No. 3 Utah, 77.74
Beat Mississippistate, 76-73
Lost to No. 19 Michigan, 80-66
idle
Lost 10r No.13 South Carolina, 65-67
Beat No. 16 Iowa, 80-86
Beat Pmtsburgh, 84-73
Beat Fordham, 7 -70D
Beat Northwestern, 72-66
Beat Virginia, 77-70
Beat Temple,. 7r',73
Beat Minnesota. 95.82

-vs. North Carolina, Thursday
vs. No.,1t Duke, Thursday
vs. BYUJ. Thursday
vs. Texas-E4 Paso, Thursday
at Iowa State. Wedniesday
vs. Washington. Thursday
at Louisiana State, Wednesday
at Oregon. Thursday
vs. Vdilarova, tonight
at Ohio state. Saturday
at Eartrfluth, Friday
at No. 15.rkansas
at Vander+ilt, tomorrow
vs. Wyoming , Thursday
vs, No, ?,2 Mississippi
at Wisconsin, tomorrow
vs. Pittsbu~rgh, tomurrow
at DePaul, Thursday
vs. Northwestern, Thursday
vs.Seton Hail. Saturday
vs. St. Joseph's tomorrow
at OhiO State Wec )esday
at Florida State, Saturday
at LaSale, tonight
vs. Penn State, W.1ednesdlay

- d :a

4

Northeast Division
Team W L
Pittsburgh 29 15
Montreal 28 19
.Roston 23 20
Ottawa 22 23
Buffalo 20 21
Carolina 20 29

Team
Colorado
Los Angeles
San Jose
Edmonton
Anaheim
Calgary
Vancouver

w
26
23
20
18
18
14
14

4

NCAA Hockey Results

Yesterday's Results
Detroit 4, WASHINGTON 2
Boston 2, N.Y. ISLANDERS 2
Buffalo 5. FLORIDA 2
Montreal 6, CAROLINA 3
ANAHEIM 4, Chicago 3 (OT)
Home team in CAPS

CCHA
Saturday
Michigan 5, Notre Dame 4
Michigan State 7, Miami (Ohio) 0
Bowling Green 4, Lake Superior 3
Ohio State 2, Western Michigan 0
Northern Michigan 5, Ferris State 3
Friday
Michigan 7, Notre Dame 2
Miami (Ohio) 1, Michigan State 1
Lake Superior 1, Bowling Green 0
Ohio State 4, Western Michigan 2
Ferris State 3, Northern Michigan 2

ECAC
Saturday
Saint Lawrence 4, Cornell 3
Clarkson 3, Colgate 3
Union 3, Rensselaer 3
Yale 3. Princeton 2
Dartmouth 6. Vermont 1
Friday
Colgate 4. Saint Lawrence 1
Cornell 2. Clarkson 1
HOCKEY EAST
Saturday
Mass. Amherst 6, Merrimack 2

Friday
Boston University 6, Merrimack 3
Boston College 4, Mass. Lowell 3
Mass. Amherst 3. Providence 1
New Hampshire 5, Northeastern 2
WCHA
Saturday
Minn.-Duluth 5, Colorado College 2
Saint Cloud 3, Denver 2
Michigan Tech 5, Minnesota 3
Wisconsin 3. Alaska-Anchorage 1

U .S. College Hockey Online Poll

'r'eam WFist Ptace Votes)
1. Michigan State (17)
2. North Dakota (9)
3. Soston University
4. New Hamnpshire (4)
5, Miami
6. Wisconsin
7. Michigan
8. Boston College
9. St. Cloud
10. Yale

Record Pth Last
19.33278 2
1741 2621
16.4-2 226 5
1E-4-1 220 3.
17.5-2 170 7.
17461120 8'
141 1.1.24
15.6.3 94 6-
15.7.2 85 10
14.-0 54 9

USA TodayiAmerican Hockey
Magazine Coaches Poll
Team (First Plce Votes) Record Pts Last
1. Michigan State (6) 21-3-3 95 2
2. North Dakota (2) 17-41 82 1
3. New Hampshire (1) 16-4-1 81 3
4. Boston tiversity (1) 16-4-2 75 4
5. Miami 17.5.2 51 , 5
6. Boston College 17-.1 40 6
7, Wisconsin 19G1 35 9
8. St. Cloud State 15-6-3 31 10
9. Yale 15-7.2 29 7
10. M tmpn .14-024 5
OtherS reCeiving votes' Northeastern 6, PInceton 1

Women's Basketball
Yesterday's Game
INDIANA (67)
FO FT RItB
MIN MA M-A 0"T A F PTS
Thrush 22 1.4 0-0 0-2 0 4 3
K~erns 29 5-6 1-2 0-5 3 2 11
Barnes 33 4-12 11-12 2-10 1 4 19
Morgan 34 5-10 0.0 2-3 3 0 15
Green 39 0-4 9.9 1-2 2 2 9
Mueller 5 0.0 0-0 0-1 0 0 0
Hlonegger 24 2.6 0-0 0-2 0 1 5
Maines 14 2-2 1-1 0-2 1 3 5
Totals 200 19-44 22-24 8-33 10 16 67
FG%: .432. FTV ..917. 3-point FG: 7-18, .389
(Morgan 5.8; Honegger 1-4, Thrush 1-3, Green 0-
2, Kerns, 0.1). Blocks: 6 (Kerns 4, Barnes 2).
Steals: 8 (Barnes, Green, Honegger, 2; Thrush,
Morgan). Technical Fouls: 0
MICHIGAN (584 T i
MIN M"A MA 0T A F
PTS
Murray 37 6-13 0-0 2-5 1 3 14
Lemire 34 4-9 1-2 2-4 2 2 101
Johns 35 5.12 6-9 9-13 0 2 16
Thomas 31 2-8 3-4 3-7 1 4 7
Thorius 34 0-6 2-2 0-2 3 4 2
Franklin 4 a-2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0
Walker 15 3-5 0.0 1-2 0 0 6
Willard 10 1-5 1-2 0-1 0 2 3
Totals 200 21.60 13-191&-36 7 17 58
FG%: .350. FT%: .684. 3-point FG: 3-14_ 2 14.
(Murray 2-6, Lemire 1-3, Thorius 0-3, Willard 0-
2). Blocks: 2 (Johns 2). Steals: 8 (Thomas 3,
Walker 2. Lemire, Murray, Johns). Technical
Fouls: 0
Iowa.......................26 34 5-65
Michigan ..................27 33 9-69
At: Crisler Arena
A: 3,592

L PnSchedule4
Wednesday
Wrestling at Michigan State, 7:30 p.m.
Thursday
Me's basketball vs. Northwestern, Crisier Arena,
8 p~m.
Friday
Men's swimming and diving vs. Mlic higan St ate.
Canham Natatorium 7 p.m.
Women's swimming and diving at Ohio State TBA 4
Wrestling vs.Ohio State, Cliiff Keen -Arena, 7:30 p.m.
Women's track and field at Nleyo Invitational all day
Saturday
Wrestling vs. Purdue, Cliff Keen Arenka, 7:30 p.mf.-.
Wen's swimming and diving at Ohio State, 1 p.m.
Women's gymnastics at UCLA irntational, 10 p.m.
Ice Hockey vs. lake Superior. Yost Ice Arena 7 p~m
Men's tr'ack and field at Meyo Invitational alt day
Women's track and field at Meyo Invitational all day
Sunday
Men's gymnastics at Ohio State 1 p.m.
Women's basketball at Purdue, 2 p.m.

Senior Freestyle
1: Tami Tarrmow
3. Juliet Newcomer

- ---Senior Compulsory,
1. TamiTarmow
Senior Compulsory - Team Results
- i 4. Michigan
Novice Compulsory
1. Melissa George

Others receiving votes' Colgate 10. Northeastern 8,
Colorado College 6. Carkson 3, Cornell 2
Women's Swimming Results
Highlights from the dual meets with Indiana and Notre Dame at
Canham Natatoruim this weekend.
MICHIGAN vs. INDIANA

Team Results
No. 6 Michigan 136
Indiana 102
200 Freestyle
1. Talor Bendel, UM 1:50.45
2. Unda Riker. UM 1:51.20
3. Kasey Hars. UM 1:51.49
200 Individual Medley
1. Shannon Shakespeare. UM 2:03.21

MICHIGAN vs. NOTRE DAME
Team Results
No. 6 Michigan 166
No. 24 Notre Dame 124
100 Backstroke
1. }en Crisman. UM 56.68
200 Freestyle
1. Shannon Shakespeare, UM 1:49.03
100 Freestyle
1. Shannon Shakespeare, UM 51,22

Novice Compulsory- Team Results
3. Michigan
> Intermediate Results
L. Sarah Kepner"

Ii.termediate Team Compulsory
7. Michigan
Precision
I 4. Michigan
To got your club sports' results:
in the Daily, call the sports desk.

Men's Swimming Results
Results from the dual meet with Indiana at Canham Natatoruim this
weekend.
Team Standings
1. No. 7 Michigan 154
2. Indiana 86
400 Medley Relay
1. Michigan 3:20.10 (Papa. Werner. Buyukuncu, Malchow)
4. Michigan 3:32.59 (Ramis, Flermoen, Laskowski, Dovelios)
1000 Freestyle
1. Chris Thompson, 9:06.72
2. Mike McWha. 9:18.27
3. Mike OConnor, 9:25.64

200 Freestyle
1. Tom Malchow, 1:39.41
2. John Reich. 1:42.81
3. David Stephens. 1:43.24
4. Steven Williams, 1:43.55
200 Backstroke
1. Derya Buyukuncu, UM 1:46.82
7. Ryan Papa. UM 1:48.51
100 Freestyle
1. Lars Xxxxx, SMU 43.82
3. Derya Buyukuncu. UM 45.83
11. Ryan Papa. UJM 47.11
200 Butterfly

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