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B - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - November 23, 1998

How the AP Top 25 Faired
The new associated Press top 25 college football poll with resuts through Nov 9. First-

place votes in parentheses.
Team
L. Tennjessee (42)
2. Kansas State (24)
3. UCLA (4)
4. Florida State
5. Ohio State
6, Texas A&M
7. Arizona
8. Florda
9. Notre Dame
10. Wisconsin
11. Tulane
1.2. Georgia
13. Arkansas
14. Nebraska
15. Mlichgan
16. Virginia
17. Georgia Tech
18. Air Force
19. Miami (rFa.)
20. Virginia Tech
21. Syracuse
22. Oregon
23. Penn State
24. Missouri
25. M issssippi State

How they fared
Beat Kentucky, 59-21
Beat Missouri, 31-75
Seat Sothern Ca!., 34-17
Beat Florida, 2312
Beat Michigan, 31-16
idle
idle
lost to Florida State, 23-12
Beat Loujisiana State, 39-36
Beat Penn State, 24-3
Beat Houston, 48.28
Beat Mississippi, 24-17
Lotst to Mississppi St., 2222
idle
Lost tl Ohio Stts, 31au
Idle
Beat Wake Forest, X335
Beat Rice, 22-16
Beat Pittsburgh, 38-10
Beat Rutgers, 47.7
Beat Temple, 38-7
Lost to Oregon St., 47.7 (201T)
Lost to Wisconsin, 24-3
osw to Kansas State, 31-25
Beat Arkansas, 22-21

Next week
at Vanderbit
ile
idle
iidle
lie
idle
vs. Arizona St., Nov. 27
idle
at Southern Cal.
idle
vs: La. Tech, Nov. 26
vs.Georgia Tech
vs. Louisiana St., Nov. 27
vs. Coloado, Nov. 27
at mawaii
at Virginia Tech
at Georgia
idle
at Syracuse
vs. Virginia
vs. Miami (Fla.)
idle
VS. Michigan State
idle
vs. Mississippi, Nov. 26

USA Today/ESPN
Coaches Poll
Team Rae. Pt,. Prow
1. Kansas State (31.5) 13.0 1,505.5 1
2. Tennessee (22.5) 144) 1,500.5 2
3. UCLA (7) 10-0 1,449 3
4. Fl rida State 11-1, 1,361 5
5. OhNO State 10-1 1,282 6
6. Texas A&Mt 104 1.1194 7
7. Arizona 14-1 1,166 8
8. Florids 9.2 1,059 4
9. Wisconsin 10.1 1,030 12
10. Notre Dame 94 1,025 10
11. Tulane 10-0 919 13
12. Georgia 8-2 821 15
13. Arkansas &-2 648 9
14. Air Force 10-1' 644 17
15. Virginia &.2 626 18
1I& Michigan S-3 577 11
17. Wraska 8-3 526 19
18.CGeorgia Tech 8-2 508 21
19. Viginia Tech &-2 506 20
20. Miami (Fia) 7-2 384 22
21. Penn State 7-3 312 14
22. Syracuse 7-3 304 24
23.Oregon 93 229 16
24. Mississippi State 7-3 131 -
f25 Missouri 7.4 116 23
f Frstpaeevotes in parentheses

Club SrtsNews
Men's Soccer wins second
straight National title
The Michigan men's club soccer team won its second
National Championship in a row this weekend, defeating
Weber State, 2-,1. in the championship match.
In the tournament, Chris Coleman and Jason Buelow scored
three goals and Matt Daily scored two. All three are seniors.
Albert Geldres and Pat Murphy played in goal for the
Wolverines and only allowed one goal in the five-gamre tourna-
ment,
Want your club sport's results in the Daily?
Emuil results to clubswvot.dayWumich.edu or call before 3 p.m.
Sunday.
Sports Qeek: 64733

Wbeiru &d~tn tIq
ATHLETE O F THE WEE

Who: Josh Blackburn
Hometown: Choctow, Okla.
NHL rights: Phoenix

Sport: Hockey
Year: Freshman
Position: Goalkeeper

Why: The freshman had his best weekend of the season, recording 33
saves and allowing just one goal in the Wolverines two victories over
Michigan State and Notre Dame. Possibly his best save was a mind-
boggling one in the closing seconds of the Michigan State game with
the Spartans' goaltender, the unrelated Joe Blackburn, on the bench.
The Michigan Blackburn's stellar goalkeeping helped the Wolverines
take four points away from a weekend in which they scored just three
goals, and put the Wolverines in a tie for first place in the CC HA.
Background; Born in Texas, grew up in Alaska, has lived in Montana
and Iowa ..-- played for the Great Falls (Mont.) Americans in the
American Frontier Hockey League one season before teammate sopho-
more Josh Langfeld .., took up netminding because pads looked "cool,"

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Staff Picks
-- all picks made against the
spread.
* Guest selectors have been
rotating throughout the season.
Last week's guest selector was
University Provost Nancy Cantor.
Game (HOME TEAM IN CAPS)
OHIO STATE (-10) vs. Michigan
MICHIGAN STATE ("22) vs. llinois
PURDUE (-17) vs. Indiana
TENNESSEE (-11.5) vs. Kentuck~y
Kansas State (-13.5) vs. MISSOURI
WISCONSIN (even) vs. Penn State
MINNESOTA (-7) vs. Iowa
FLORIDA STATE (-2.5) vs. Florida
UCLA (-6.5) vs. Southern Cal
Northwestern (-16) vs. HAWAVI

SHARAT
RAJU

ROSE

Michigan
Illinois
Indiana
Tennessee
Missouri
Wisconsin
Iowa
Florida State
UCLA
Northwestern

Michigan
Michgan State
Indiana
Kentucky
Missouri
Wisconsin
Iowa
Florida
UCLA
HAWAI'I
Notre Dame
Houston
Notre Dame
4.7-1. (tie)
55-74-4 (3-6-2)

MARK
SNYDER
Michigan
Michigan State
Purdue
Kentucky
Kansas State
Wicon
Iowa
Floria State
UCLA
Northwestern
Notre Dame
Tulawne
Wisconsin
63-68-4 (6.4-1)

Quest Selector
Denver QB Bran Griese
Michigan
Michiganstate
Indiana
Tennessee
Kansas State
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Florida
UCLA
HAWAII
Louisiana State
Tulane"
Michigan
64.65-4 (5-5)*

COLORADO (?
MIN MA M OT A F PTs
Dlworth 22 0-4 4.4 2-3 6 4 4
Garcia 15 1-3 0.0 0-2 0 0 3
Carmann 34 913 1-1. 410 2 1 19
Lappe 36 4-6 0-2 13 3 4 8
Bohman 27 2-5 0.0 1-2 3 2 4
Hartshorn 2 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 2
Weddle 25 6-9 4-7 14 3 4 18
Nightingale 10 1-3 0-0 0-1 1 0 3
Roulier 3 1-1 0.0 0.1 0 0 2
Johnson 26 7-14 1-2 3-10 2 4 15
Totals 200 32-59 10-151337 20 19 18
FG%: .542. FT%: .625. 3-point FG: 4-11, ,364
(Weddle 2-5, Nightingale 1-3, Garcia 1.1, Lappe 0-
1, Bohman 0 1), Blocks: 1 (Garcia). Steals: 9
(Dilworth 2, Johnson 2, Garcia, Carmann, Lappe,
Weddle, Nightingale). Turnovers: 21 (Lappe 5,
Weddle 5, Dilworth 4, Carmann 2, Bohman 2,
Garcia, Nightingale, Johnson). Technical Fouls: 0.
MICHIGAN (Rad
MIN M-A M-A 0" A F PT!
Thomas 37 9-15 0-0 2-4 1 1. 18
Goodlow 31 5-9 &0 2-6 1 3 10
Miller 23 3-5 4-5 3-4 2 3 10
Thorius 37 4-11 9-10 2-3 5 2 18
Ingram 18 1-7 4-4 0-0 1 1 6
Walker 19 4-8 2-2 3.6 0 1 10
Olesterle 1 0-0 0-0 0-2 0 2 0
Lemire 27 4-9 3.4 3.5 4 2 12
Kipping 4 0.1 00 00 03 0
Stowe 3 0.1 000-0 10 1
Totals 200 3046 22-251732 15 19 84
FG%: .455, FT%: .880. 3-point FG: 2-7, .286.
(Thorius 1-3, Lemire 1-3, Ingram, 0-1). Blocks: 3
(Thomas 2, Thorius) . Steals: 11 (Thomas 5, Lemire
3, Goodlow, Miller, Walker). Turnovers: 13 (,Thorius
3, Miller 2, Walker 2, Lemire 2, Thomas, Goodlow,
Ingram, Kipping). Technical Fouls: 0.
Colorado ................38 40 -78
Michigan..................35 49 -84
At: Crisder Arena
Attendance: 841

Men's toap 25 college
basketball roundup
Yesterday's games
(15) Purdue 72, Lafayette 67
Villanova 76, (19) Arkansas 63
Saturday's games
(1) Duke 120, South Carolina St. 56
(8) Kansas 91, Fort Hays State 67
(16) Xavier 90, Chicago State 56
(19) Arkansas 66, New Mex. St. 64
Friday% poraes
(3) Stanford 76, SW Missouri St. 51
(6) Maryland 89, Hofstra 59
(7) Temple 60, (5) Michigan St. 59
(13) Oklahoma State 58, Hawaii137
(19) Arkansas 85, Virginia,83 -

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NOTRE DAME (-3) vs. Louisiana State (TIE) Notre Dame

TULANE (15.5) vs. Houston
Best Bet
Last Week (best~bet)
Overall (best bet)

Tulane
Missouri
7-4-1 (0.1)
73-56-4 ( 7-4)

College Football Roundup

East
Brown 10, Columbia 3
Bucknell.46, Towsoni 13
Colgate 28, Holy ross 14
Connecticut 28, Massachusetts 27'
Delaware 28, James Madison 14
-Duquesne 24, Robert Morris 22
Fairfield 26, Cent. Connecticut St. 6
Fordham 49, Georgetown, D.c. 40
Hofstra 44, Buffalo 36
Lehlgh 31, Lafayette?7
Maine 20, Northeastern 14
Penn 35, Cornell 21
Princeton 35, Dartmouth 13
Southern Methi. 24, Navy 11
St. John's, NY 38, St. Peter's 0
Syracuse 38, Temple 7

Vllanova 27, Rhode island 15
West Virginia 35, Boston College 10
Yale 9, Harvard 7
South
Ala.-Blrminghamn 48, Tenn: Martin 17
Alabama 31. Auburn 17
Cent. Florida 38, New Mexico 6
Clemson 28, South Carolina 19
E. Kentucky 28, E. Illinois 24
E. Tennessee St. 41, Charleston Southern 29
East Carolina 34, Memphis 31
Florida A&M 50, Bethune~ookman 14
Florida St. 23. Florida 12
Furman 31, Chattanooga 28
Georgia 24, Mississippi 17
Georgia Tech 63, Wake Forest 35,
Hampton 55, Morgan St. 0

H'oward 46, Deware 5St 43
Jackson St. 56, Alcorn St. 26
Louisville 35, Arrmy 23
Marshall 29, Wofford 27
Mississippi St. 22, Arkansas 21
N, CarolinaeA&T 14, S. Carolina St. 6
N. Carolina St. 35, Maryland 21
NE Louisiana 43, Portland St. 27
Nicholls St, 31, McNease St. 30
North Carolina 28. Duke 6
Richmond 42, William & Mary 17
SW Louisiana 38, W. Kentucky 24'
Samford 22, Tennessee Tech 12
South Florida 38, Morehead St. 22
Tennessee 59, Kentucky 21
Tennessee St. 28, texas Southern 14
Tray St. 31, Jacksonville St. 7

Tulane 48, Hlouston 20
Virginia 47, Rtutgers 7
W. Carolina 23, Appalachian St.,
<Midwest
Bowling preen 34, N, Illinois 23
Cent, Michigan $1, Bell St. 21
IL Michigan 10, Toledo?7
Illinois St. 48, Kentucky St. 10'
Indiana St. 86, Murray St. 10
Iowa St. 23. Kanss 20
Kansas St. 31, Missouri 25
Miami, Oho,20. Akron 14
Michigan St. 41, Illinois9
Minnesota 49, Iowa 7
N. lowa 86, Winona St.?T
Notre Dame 39, LSU 36
Oh5tS;#, IcMi 18

Ohio U. 11, Kent 21
Purdue 52, Indiana 7
Vlparaiso 39, Austin Peey 0
Wisconsin 24, Penn St. 3
Younigstown St. 24, SW Missoud1 5t. 1
Southwest
Ark,-fine Bluff 27, Alabiama A&M 24
Cincinnati 51, Arkansas 5t. 7
North Texas 19, New Mexico St. 11
Northwestern St, 35, Stephen F. Austin 2
Oklahama 2D, Texas Tech 17
Oklahoma St. 24, Baylor 10
Sam Houston Sat. 31, SW Teaes 24
Tula 35, Wyoming 0

Brigham Young 26, Utah~ 24
Cal Poly-StO 45, Liberty 35
Fresno St. 24, San Jose St. 21
Idaho 36, Boise St. 35,0OT
Idaho St. 32, CS Northridge 29
Montdna 29, hMontana St, 21
Northwestern 47, hawaiI 21
Oregon St. 44, Oregon 41, 20T
S. Utah 43, E. Washington 21
San Diego St, 34, Texas-El Paso 29
Southern Miss, 55. Nevada 28
Stanford 10, California 3
Texas Christian 41, UNLV 18
UCLA 34, Southern Cal 17
Washingt on 16, Washington at. 9

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Far West
Air Farce 22, Rice 16

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-Winter Commencement
Sunday, December 20, 1998
Crisler Arena'
-, Doors open at 1:15 p.m.
Ceremony begins at 2:00 p.m. and lasts about two hours

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ELIGIBILITY
Summer Term ,,I1998 ~and Fall Term
1998 graduates and candidates are
eligible to participate in Winter
Commencement
TICKET DISTRIBUTION
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December i4 Tursday, December

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