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2B -- The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - February 9, 1998

The NBA All-Star Game
at Madison Square Garden, New York
East 135, West 114
MVP: Michael Jordan, East

How the AP Top 25 Fared
last week'sssociate Press top 25 erfs college basketbal pol with results through
Feb. & The new poll omesx out today.

USA Today/ESPN Poll
The new USA'Tay/ESPN coaches'top 25 college has-
kettia'l pol wit h rests throughPFeb 8.

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NBA Standings
Eastern Conference

Western Conference

-Atlantic Division
Team W
Miami 30
New Jersey 27
New York 25
Washington 25
Orlando 23
Boston 22
Philadelphia 14
Central Division
Tearn W
Indiana 33
Chicago 34
Charlotte 29
Atlanta 29
Cleveland 27
Milwaukee 24
Detroit 22
Toronto 11

L
17
21
21
24
25
25
31
L
13
15
18
20
20
23
25
38

PCT GB
.638 -
563 3.5
.543 4.5
.510 6
479 7.5
.468 8
.311 15
PCT GB
.717 --
694 1.5
.617 4.5
.592 5.5
.574 6.5
.511 9.5
468 11.5
.234 22.5

Midwest Division
Team W L
San Antonio 34 14
Utah 31 15
Minnesota 26 20
Houston 22 24
Vancouver 13 36
Dallas 9 38
Denver 4 42
Pacific Division
Team W L
Seattle 37 10
L.A. Lakers 34 11
Phoenix 31 15
Portland 26 20
Sacramento 20 28
LA. Clippers 11 37
Golden State 8 37

PCT GB
708 -
.674 2
.565 7
.478 11
.265 21.5
.191 24.5
.087 29
PCT GB
.787 -
.756 2
.674 5.5
.565 10.5
.417 17.5
.229 26.5
.178 28

Team
1. Duke
2. North Carolna
3. Kansas
4. Arizona
5. Utah
6 UCLA
7. Connecticut
& Kentucky
9. Stanford
10, Purdue
11. Princeton
12. New Mexico
13. South Carolina
14. Arkansas -
15. West VirgiNra
16, Michigan State
17 Mississippi
18. Mhiga
19 Syracuse
20. Cincinnati
21. Xavier
22. George WasHington
23. Massachusetts
24. Iowa
25. Maryland

How they fared
Beat N. Caronna St. 65-49
Beat Georgia Tech. 107-100
Beat Missouri, 80-70
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Beat VitWanova, 796G3
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Lost to Massachusetts,.7362
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Beat Xavier, 73-62
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Next game
vs. Ilorida State (Tues.)
at Virginia (Wed.)
at Kansas State (Sat.)
at Ariona State (Sat.)
at Wyoming (Thurs.)
vs. Stanford (Thurs.)
at West Virginia (Wed.)
vs. Tennessee (Wed)
at UCLA (Thurs.)
vs. Indiana (Tues.)
A vs ron (Fri)
at Air Force (Sat.)
vs. Alatama (Wed.)
at Georgia (Tues.)
vs Connecticut (Wed.)
at litinois (T )urs.
vs. Vanderbilt ( Wed}
VS. Owio Safs (Wed.)
at Miami (Tues.)
at Saint Louis (Thurs.)
at Virginia Tech (Sat.)
vs. Rhode Island (Tues.)
at Duquesne (Tues.)
vs. Minnesota (Thurs.)
vs. N.C. State (Wed.)'

Team
1. North Carolina
2, Duke
3. Kansas
4. Arizona
15. Utah gnsae
6. Conncicut
7. Purdue
8, Kentucky
9. Pinceton
10. CsA
11. New Mexico
12. Arkansas
13. Stanford
14. South caron
15. Michigan State
16. Mlississippi
17. West Virginia
18. George Washington
19. Michigan
20. Sy'racuse
21. Cin cinnati
22. Mtassachusetts
23. Xavier (ONio)
,24. Rhode Island
25. Maryland

Rec.
24-1
21-2
263
21-3
20-1
21-3
20-4
21-3
18-1
1$'4
18-3
20-3
19-3
17-4
17-4
15-5
19-4
20-3
17.7
17-5
17-5
17,6
15.6
17-5
18-3

Pts.
750
701
093
625
591
545
530
476
4?3
462
419
388
337
331
262
255
207
156
146
135
130
121
87
69

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ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

Who: Jeff Catrabone
Hometown: Harbor Creek, PA
High School: Harbor Creek

Sport: Wrestling
Year: Senior
Eligibility: Senior

Why: The 167-pound All-American co-captain pinned both opponents he
faced this weekend. Catrabone pinned Ohio State's Sean Salmon in
1:06 on Friday, while he did the same to Purdue's James Crnich in
2:41.
Background: Catrabone earned All-American honors in 1996 and
1997... Holds Michigan record for falls with 54...Is third on Michigan's
all-time victory list with 151 wins...Enrolled in the Division of
Kiniesiology...Majoring in sports management and communication stud-
ies.

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NHL Standings

NCAA Men's Basketball Results

_Eastern Conference

Western Conference

Atlantic Division
'Team W
New Jersey 34
Philadelphia 29
Washington 26
N.Y. Rangers 17
N.Y. Islanders 20
-Florida 18
ampa Bay 10

L
16
17
19
24
29
27
37

Northeast Division
Team W L
Pittsburgh 29 16
Montreal 28 21
Boston 23 22
Rittsburgh 23 25
Buffalo 22 21
Carolina 21 29

T
6
9
11
16
8
12
9
T
13
7
11
10
12
7

Pts.
74
67
63
50
48
48
29
Pts.
71
63
57
56
56
49

Pacific Division
Team W
Colorado 29
Los Angeles 26
San Jose 21
Edmonton 19
Anaheim 19
Calgary 16
Vancouver 16
Central Division
Team W
Dallas 36
Detroit 31
St. Louis 30
Phoenix 24
Chicago 22
Toronto 19

L
13
20
28
28
28
30
33
L
13
15
21
22
25
29

T
16
9
7
10
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8
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7

Pts.
74
61
49
48
47
43
40
Pts.
80
74
68
59
53
45

The NHL is on hiatus during the Olympic Games
USA Today/American Hockey Magazine
Coaches Poll

East
Army 78, VMI 76
Brown 59, Columbia 56
Boston U. 78, Vermont 67
Connecticut 76, Stanford 56
Fairleigh Dickinson 88, Robert Morris 79
Hofstra 70, Drexel 56
Hartford 75, Northeastern 68
Lafayette 80, Bucknell 74
Kentucky 79, Villanova 63
Manhattan 78, Canisius 69
New Hampshire 58, Towson 56
Penn 71, Dartmouth 57
Pittsburgh 89, Boston College 79
Princeton 76, Harvard 48
Rhode Island 67, California 63
Rutgers 75, Providence 55
Seton Hall 85, Syracuse 61
Temple 60. Virginia Tech 53
Yale 78. Cornell 65
South
Alcorn St. 79, Mississippi Valley State 76
Appalachian State 63, Furman 62
Auburn 68, Mississippi State 66 (OT)
Clemson 71, Wake Forest 46
Coastal Carolina 66, Maryland-Baltimore 62
Coppin State 76. Morgan State 68
Davidson 69, UNC-Greensboro 68
Delaware State 86, Howard 83
Duke 65, N. Carolina St. 49
Georgia 87. Florida 77
Georgia State 84, Mercer 70
Louisiana Tech 96, Ark.-Little Rock 62
Louisville 81, Tulane 62
Maryland 68, Florida State 62
Mississippi 75, Alabama 74
Murray State 94, Tenn.-Martin 66
North Carolina 107, Georgia Tech 100, 20T
Radford 91, N.C.-Asheville 87
S.E. Missouri 82, Middle Tennessee State 74
S.W. Louisiana 91, W.Kentucky 76
Saint Louis 56, South Florida 45
Samford 79, Troy State 72
Southern 104, Grambling 70
Stetson 81, Florida Atlantic 61
Tennessee 70, South Carolina 61
Tennessee State 79, E. Kentucky 66
W. Carolina 81. Georgia Southern 61
William&Mary 73. Richmond 70
Winthrop 65, Liberty 64

Midwest
Akron 73, Toledo 56
Ball State 105, Bowling Green 70
Bradley 67, Drake 54
Cleveland St. 75, Loyola (IL) 65
Dayton 86, Duquesne 78
Detroit 76, Illinois-Chicago 58
E.Michigan 79, Kent 74
Illinois 53, Wisconsin 47 (OT)
Illinois State 75, Indiana State 66
Kansas State 69, Nebraska 63
Marquette 73, DePaul 51
Miami (OH) 74, N. Illinois 71 (OT)
Michigan State 75, Iowa 64
Purdue 107, Ohio State 75
Valpar 66, S. Utah 56
W. Michigan 86, Ohio 68
Youngstown State 90, Oral Roberts 69
Southwest
Arkansas 93, Vanderbilt 83
Lamar 66, South Alabama 62
Oklahoma State 85, Baylor 72
Prairieview 62, Alabama State 60
S.W. Texas State 86, S.E. Louisiana 74
Southern Mississippi 72, Houston 67
Texas Southern 73, Jackson State 71
Texas Tech 102, Texas A&M 75
Texas-S.A. 72, McNeese State 57
Utah 60, Rice 49
Wyoming 67, Texas-El Paso 57
Far West
Arizona 83, Washington State 61
Arizona State 94, Washington 85
Boise State 83, N. Texas 79
Cal State-Northridge 87, Montana State 78
Colorado 70, Iowa State 52
E.Washington 75, Sacramento State 73 (OT)
Fresno State 80, SMU 73
Idaho 70, New Mexico State 68
New Mexico 77, Colorado State 62
Oregon 73, USC 61
San Diego 81, Loyola Marymount 76
San Diego State 66, Air Force 55
Tulsa 65. BYU 59
UCLA 84, Oregon State 75
UNLV 79, Wofford 52

Nation{
Netherlands
Russia
Canada
Finland
Italy
Norway
Belgium
Switzerland
United States

Gold

Silver

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1
1
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0
0
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0
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Bronze Total

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Finnish cross-country
skier captures gold

gagano 1998 medal count

Resuts through Nov. 3.
Team
1. Michigan State (22)
2. North Dakota (8)
3. Boston University
4. New Hampshire
I Wisconsin
6. ichigan
7. Miami (Ohio)
8. Boston College
9. Yale
'10, St. Cloud State

First-place votes in parentheses.
Rec. P S.
20-3-4 -. 289
19-4-1 262
17-4-2 229
18-5-1 213
19-6-1 159
21-61 141
1763 129
16-7-3 81
15-4-0 76
16-8-2 36-

Schedule
Today, Tomorrow, Wednesday
Women's Golf at Regional Challenge, All Day
Thursday
Women's Tennis vs. Tennessee, 6p m.
Friday
ice Hockey vs. Miami (Ohio), 7 p.m.
Women's basketball at Penn State, 7:30p.m.
Men's Swimming and Diving hosts the Michigan Open, All Day
Men's Track and Feld hosts the Central Collegiate, All Day
Women's Track and Field at Cannon Classic, Indianapolis, All Day
Saturday
Ice Hockey vs. Northern Michigan, 7 p-.
Men's Track and field hosts the Central Collegiate, All Day
Women's Track and Field at Cannon Classic, Indianapois. All Day
Wrestling at Minnesota,8:30 p.m.
Men's Swimming and D hosts the Michigan Open, All Day-
Women's Swimming and Diving hosts the Michigan Open, Al Day
Women's Tennis vs. Syracuse. 1 p.m
Men's Gymnastics vs. Minnesota,.2:30 p.m.
Sunday
Women's basketball vs. Northw5tefn ,. . -
Women's Gymnastics vs. K(entuck~y, 2 p.,
Men's Swimming and Diving hosts the Michigan Open, Al Day,
Women's Tennis at Michigan State, 1 pm.
Daily Sports'
The Best college sports results
from around the country.

Club Sports
To get your club sports results in the Daily,
call 647-3336 before 3 p.m. on Sunday.
Women's Lacrosse
Michigan 11, Toledo 7
Men's Ultimate Frisbee
at Saturday's Michigan
Indoor Tournament.
Michigan 14, Northwestern 2
Michigan 19, Ohio State 1
Michigan11, Carnegie-Mellon 8
Michigan 9, Notre Dame 8
Michian 11, Central Michigan 3
Finats - Michigan 12. Ann Arbor 11

Street to ski for U.S.
in women's super-G
HAKUBA, Japan (AP) - Skiers call it a wipeout, that
frightening moment when they lose control coming
down the hill and go flying off into space, arms and legs
flailing helplessly.
It is an instant frozen in time, one when the danger of
their sport is very real. And for American Picabo Street,
it was a moment that nearly wrecked her comeback.
Street, the silver medalist in the women's downhill at
Lillehammer in 1994, skis in the women's super-G at
Nagano, with CBS covering it live tonight.
Also on the CBS schedule for tonight are the final
runs in men's luge, the first of two races in men's 500-
meter speedskating, the women's snowboarding giant
slalom and the men's 30K classic cross-country skiing.
In other action tonight, curling makes its Olympic
debut with Sweden facing the United States in the
women's tournament and Canada against the Americans
on the men's side. The U.S. women played Sweden in one
of four early round hockey games.
Read the Daily for Olympic coverage throughout the week.

NAGANO, Japan (AP) - Let it snow,
let it snow, let it snow.
Japan's arctic conditions continued for
a second day, forcing postponement of
the women's snowboard giant slalom
and the first run of the men's combined
slalom.
The snowstorm in the Japanese Alps
was expected to end later today, but it
threatened to jumble the skiing schedule
for the rest of the week.
The weather didn't bother Finnish
cross-country skier Mika Myllylae, who
survived the near-blizzard to take gold in
the men's 30-kilometer classical race.
Shut out in his Nagano debut was five-
time gold medalist Bjorn Dahlie of
Norway, the hometown hero of the
Lillehammer Games, who needs one
more gold to set a men's Winter
Olympics record.
An overnight snowstorm dumped
more than a foot of new snow on the
run, where scores of Japanese soldiers
wielded shovels in a fruitless effort to
clear the course. Another five inches
were expected on the slopes before
today.
The men's downhill, with the debut of
Austrian skiing sensation Herman
Maier, was postponed three days until
Wednesday by the wicked snowstorm.
With medals now awarded in four
events, the Americans were still looking
to collect their first.
In other action:
MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY SKIING:
Dahlie disappeared into the snow at the
30-meter classical race, finishing 20th in
his first Nagano effort. Myllylae - a sil-
ver medalist in the 50K four years ago
- skied across the finish line with a
Finnish flag clenched in his teeth.
Dahlie's teammate, Erling Jevne, won
the silver and Italy's Silvio Fauner took
the bronze in the wintry conditions at
Hakuba.
CURLING: The strange combination of

shuffleboard and housekeeping made its
debut as an Olympic medal sport, wit
the Canadian women's team defeating
the United States 7-6. Sweden beat
Norway 8-2, Britain defeated Japan 7-5
and Denmark beat Germany 6-5 to
round out the day.
SKATING: A sloppy night of short pro-
gram skating ended with two-time
Olympic medalist Artur Dmitriev of
Russia and his new partner, Oksana
Kazakova, in the lead. Two-time
American champions Kyoko Ina aT
Jason Dungjen stood fourth after the
short, worth one-third of the total score.
Jenni Meno and Todd Sand, the other
U.S. pairs team, weresixth.
The pairs return to the ice tomorrow
for the freestyle.
LUGE: When the action resumes
today, two-time defending Olympic gold
medalist Georg Hackl remains the man
to beat. Hackl, who survived a snow
delay and a U.S. protest over his boo*
set a track record in claiming the top spot
after the first two of four runs.
The best U.S. hope for a medal,
Wendel Suckow of Marquette, Mich.,
was in sixth place after day one.
WOMEN'S HOCKEv: The U.S. women
beat China, 5-0, to win their first
Olympic hockey contest, outshooting
their overmatched opponents 31-10.
Veteran forward Cammi Granato, th
team captain, opened the scoring wit
power-play goal and knocked in a
rebound for the last U.S. goal.
In men's action, Slovakia enhanced its
chances of moving into the next round of
the men's Olympic hockey tournament
with a 4-3 victory over Italy, setting up a
showdown with Kazakstan tomorrow.
The winner clinches its bracket and
advances to face the NHL stars arriving
for the next round.
Italy, with its second loss in as mar
games, was eliminated. Kazakhstan al
Austria tied 5-5 yesterday.

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