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B - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - September 21, 1998

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ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

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Who: Kati Oakes Sport: Field hockey
Hometown: Lititz, Pa. Year: Junior
High School: Warwick Eligibility: Sophomore
Why: The junior goalkeeper has helped the Wolverines to a 6-1 record
with outstanding performances in front of the net. Oakes carries a 5-1
record and a .5 goals-against average, and her 3 1/2 shutouts are on
pace to break the Michigan single-season record. Oakes was named
Big Ten player of the week for the week of Sept. 15.
Background: Member of the U.S. Junior World Cup team in the summer
of 1997 ... Named to Pennsylvania High School Field Hockey Coaches
Association All-State Class AAA Second Team in 1995 ... Enrolled in
the College of Literature, Science and the Arts ... Born June 8, 1978.

Oakes

NCAA Football Results
East
Yale 30. Brown 28
Connecticut 35, Maine 27
Delaware 42. West Chester State 21
Manst 20, Fairfield 17
Duquesne 33. Siena 7
Wagner 40, Sacred Heart 8
Colgate 35. Towson State 14
William & Mary 24, Northeastern 21
Princeton 6. Cornell 0
Columbia 24, Harvard 0
Canisus 30, St. Peters 2
Buf faio 16. Lafayette 14
Villanova 34. James Madison 30
Lehigh 22. St. Marys (Calif.) 16
Albany State 31. Monmouth (NJ.) 28
Navy 38. Kent 24
Hofstra 17. SW Texas State 3
Army 37. Cincinnati 20
Boston College 31. Temple 7
Pennsylvania 17, Dartmouth 14
Syracuse 70. Rutgers 14
Georgetown 13. Holy Cross 12
Fordham 20. Bucknell 17
Midwest
Michigan 59, Eastem Michigan 20
Iowa State 38, Ball State 0
Wisconsin 52, UNLV 7
Butler 13. St. Francis (Pa.) 0
Western Illinois 17. Elon 7
Drake 28. Wisconsin-La Crosse 21
Southern Illinois 27. Northern Iowa 20
Minnesota 41. Memphis 14
Ohio State 35. Missouri 14
Penn State 20. Pittsburgh 13
Toledo 35. Western Michigan 7
Youngstown State 20. Indiana State 14
Northwestern 23. Rice 14
Purdue 35. Central Florida 7
Eastern Illinois 24, Northern Illinois 10
South
Georgia Southerrn 45. Wofford 10
Kentucky 31. Indiana 27

Morehead State 29. Valparaiso 19
Arkansas State 28. SW Missouri State 24
Georgia 16. Wyoming 9
Texas A&M 24. Southern Mississippi 6
Jacksonville State 10. Middle Tennessee State 7
Troy State 23. Tennessee-Chiat tanouga 6
Howard 21. Arkansas-Pmine Blul 2
Arkansas 44. 5Southe rn ehoist 17
Alabama-Birmirngham 38, Tennessee Tech 6
Florida State 62. Duke 13
Louisiana Tech 77. Southwestern Louisiana 14
Oklahoma State 42. Mississippi State 23
Marshall 24. South Carolina 21
Texas Tech 34, Fresno State 28
Western Carolina 14, The Citadel 8
East Tennessee State 44, VMI 8
Florida A&M 45, Jackson Sate 7
Austin Peay 21. Dayton 17
South Florida 24, Liberty 21
Virginia Tech 27. Miami (Fla,) 20
NE Louisiana 21 Stephen F. Austin 10
Southern 37. Prairie View A&M 7
Murray State 26. Southeast Missouri 14
Eastern Kentucky 27. Western Kentucky 16
McNeese State 66. Southern Utah 17
Richmond 20. Rhode Island 17
Louisville 35, Illinois 9
Mississippi 30. Vanderbilt 6
West
Colorado 25. Utah State 6
Montana 37, Cal-Poly Slo 14
UCLA 42, Houston 24
Kansas State 48, Texas 7
Washington 20. Brigham Young 10
Oregon 58. San Jose State 3
Washington State 24. Idaho 16
Stanford 37, North Carolina 34
California 13. Oklahoma 12
Kansas 63. Illinois State 21
Weber State 6. Idaho State 3
New Mexico State 28. New Mexico 27
Utah 30. Hawaii 21
UC-Davis 35. Cal-State Sacramento 17
Boise State 42. Portland State 24
Cal-State Northridge 41. Northern Arizona 10
Arizona State 34, North Texas 15
Southern California 40, Oregon State 20
Redlands 19. San Diego 13
Arizona 35. Iowa 11

NFL Standings
NFC

NFC East
Team
Dallas
N.Y. Giants
Arizona
Philadelphia
Washington
NFC Central
Team
Green Bay
Minnesota
Tampa Bay
Detroit
Chicago
NFC West
Team
New Orleans
Atlanta
San Francisco
St. Louis
Carolina

STR
Li
Li
WI
03
L3
STR
W3
W3
wi
13
STR
W2
W2
Wi
L2

AFC East
Team
Nerw England
N1 Jets
Buffalo
Indianapois

AFC Central
Team
Jack sonvilie
Pittsburgh
CB!atimore
Tennessee
Cincinnat

AFC

STR
Wl
V.2
t3
i3
STR
W3
L1
L1
STR
W3
W3
L1
WI
1

AFC West
Team
Denver
Seattle
San Diego
Kansas City
Oakland

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ILB Standings

American League

East Division
Team W L
x-New York 107 47
y-Boston 86 68
Toronto 83 73
Baltimore 78 77
Tampa Bay 62 92
Central Division
Team W L
x-Cleveland 87 67
Chicago 75 80
Kansas City 71 83
Minnesota 66 89
Detroit 61 95

Pct. GB
.695 -
.558 21
.532 25
.503 29.5
.403 45
Pct. GB
.565 -
.48412.5
.461 16
.426 21.5
.391 27

National League
East Division
Team W L Pct. GB
x-Atlanta 101 56 .643 -
y-New York 88 69 .561 13
Philadelphia 72 83 .465 28
Montreal 62 94 .397 38.5
Florida 51 105 .327 49.5

Yesterday's Scores
MINNESOTA 29, Detroit 6
St. Louis 34, BUFFALO 33
N.Y. JETS 44, Indianapolis 6
KANSAS CITY 23. San Diego 7
TAMPA BAY 27, Chicago 15
JACKSONVILLE 24. Baltimore 10
Denver 34. OAKLAND 17
Green Bay 13. CINCINNATI 6
MIAMI 21. Pittsburgh 0
NEW ENGLAND 27, Tennessee 16
SEATTLE 24. Washington 14
ARIZONA 17, Philadelphia 3
Tonight's Game
Dallas at N.Y. GIANTS, 8 p.m.
Home teams in CAPS

Next Week's Games
New Orleans at Indianapolis, 1 p.m.
Oakland at Dallas, 1 p.m.
Arizona at St. Louis. 1 p.m.
Jacksonville at Tennessee. 1 p.m.
Green Bay at Carolina. 1 p.m.
Kansas City at Philadelphia. 1 p.m.
Denver at Washington. 1 p.m.
N.Y. Giants at San Diego. 1 p.m.
Minnesota at Chicago, 4 p.m.
Seattle at Pittsburgh. 4 p.m.
Cincinnati at Baltimore, 8 p.m.
Next Monday's Game
Tampa Bay at Detroit. 8 p.m.

Central Division
Team W L
x-Houston 99 58
Chicago 87 70
St. Louis 79 77
Cincinnati 73 83
Milwaukee 72 84
Pittsburgh 69 86
West Division
learn W L
x-San Diego 96 61
San Fran. 83 72
Los Angeles 79 77
Colorado 75 82
Arizona 62 95

Pct. GB
.631 -
.554 12
.50619.5
.468 25.5
.462 26.5
.455 29
Pct. GB
.1 -
.535 12
.506 16.5
.478 21
,395 35

West D
Team
Texas
Anaheim
Seattle
Oakland

division
w
83
83
72
71

How the new AP top 25 fared

L
72
72
82
84

Pct.
.535
.535
.468
.458

GB
11
12

x-clinched division title
y-leads wild card race

x-clinched division title
y-leads wild card race

In case of a two-way tie between the New York Mets
and the Chicago Cubs for the National League Wild
Card, a one game playoff will be played at Shea
Stadium after the conclusion of the regular season.

Team
1. Ohio State (64)
2. Nebraska (1)
3. UCLA (1)
4. Tennessee (2)
5. Kansas State (2)
6. Louisiana State
7. Penn State
8. Florida
9. Washington
10. Florida State
11. Virginia
12. Syracuse
13. Georgia
14. Wisconsin
15. Colorado
16. Arizona
17. Texas A&M
18. Southern Cal
19. West Virginia
20. Oregon
21. Virginia Tech
22. Alabama
23. Air Force (tie)
23. Notre Dame (tie)
25. Missouri

Points
1,744
1,601
1,562
1,542
1.522
1,389
1,255
1,242
1,217
1,043
1.011
981
930
783
714
684
613
604
538
399
304
277
155
155
132

Resutt
Defeated No. 25 Missouri 35-14
idle. Next week: vs. No. 9 Washington
Defeated Houston 42.24
Defeated No. 8 Florida 2017 in OT
Defeated Texas 48.7
Defeated Auburn 31-19
Defeated Pittsburgh 20-13
Lost to No. 4 Tennessee 20-17 in OT
Defeated Brigham Young 20-10
Defeated Duke 62.13
Defeated Clemson 20-18
Defeated Rutgers 70-14
Defeated Wyoming 16-9
Defeated UNLV 52-7
Defeated Utah State 25.6
Defeated Iowa 35-11
Defeated Southern Mississippi 24-6
Defeated Oregon State 40-20
Defeated Maryland 42.20
Defeated San Jose State 58-3
Defeated Miami (Fla.) 27.20
Idle. Next week: at Arkansas
Defeated Colorado State 30-27
Idle. Next week: vs. Purdue
Lost to No. 1 Ohio State 35-14

Associated Press Poll
The AP top 25 poll (1st-place votes).
Team Points Previous
1. Ohio State (64) 1,744 1
2. Nebraska (1) 1,601 3
3. UCLA (1) 1,562 4
4. Tennessee (2) 1,542 6
5. Kansas State (2) 1,522 5
6. Louisiana State 1,389 7
7. Penn State 1,255 8
8. Florida 1,242 2
9. Washington 1,217 9
10. Florida State 1,043 11
11. Virginia 1,011 10
12. Syracuse 981 13
13. Georgia 930 12
14. Wisconsin 783 14
15. Colorado 714 15
16. Arizona 684 16
17. Texas A&M 613 17
18. Southern Cal. 604 18
19. West Virginia 538 19
20. Oregon 399 22
21. Virginia Tech 304 -
22. Alabama 277 24
23 Air Force (tie) 155 -
23. Notre Dame (tie) 155 23
25. Missouri 132 21

USA Today/ESPN Poll
The USA Today/ESPN top 25 poll
(1st place votes).
Team Points Previous
1. Ohio State (53) 1.538 1
2. Nebraska (7) 1,451 3
3. Kansas State (1) 1,386 4
4. Tennessee 1,326 6
5. UCLA (1) 1,324 5
6. Louisiana State 1,214 7
7. Penn State 1,120 8
8. Washington 1,134 9
9. Florida 1,041 2
10. Virginia 960 10
11. Florida State 915 11
12. Georgia 840 12
13. Syracuse 798 13
14. Wisconsin 719 14 ,
15. Colorado 673 15
16. Arizona 558 17
17. Southern California 549 16
18. Texas A&M 491 18
19. virginia Tech 428 21
20, West Virginia 392 20
21. Oregon 325 23
22. Alabama 295 22
23. Air Force 151 -
24. Missouri 129 19
25. Kentucky 96

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BERLIN (AP) - Brazil's Ronaldo da
Costa ran the fastest marathon in history
yesterday. da Costa impressed the crowd
by breaking the 10-year-old record by 45
seconds in clocking 2 hours, 6 minutes,
5 seconds, at the Berlin Marathon.
The 28-year-old bettered the previous
world best of 2:06:50 set by Ethiopia's
Belaynch Densimo at Rotterdam in
1988.
"I wanted to run under 2:08, but when
I saw how good the conditions were I
just went for it," da Costa said, after run-
ning on a cool, sunny and windless day.
Da Costa broke to the front at the
halfway point, reached in 1:04:42.
He then struck out by himself and his
acceleration was so quick that within
less than a mile, he was 45 seconds in
front.
He ran the second half in a sensation-
al 1:01:23, and after crossing the finish
line, he did a cartwheel in celebration.
Thus the men's and women's marks
were broken in the same year. Kenya's
Tegla Loroupe smashed the women's 13-
year-old record with 2:20:47 at
Rotterdam in April.
Kenyans took the next three places
yesterday, with Josephat Kiprono the
runner-up at 2:07:26, followed by
Samson Kandie at 2:09:11.
Kiprono's time was 1 1/2 minutes
faster than his previous best, the 21-year-
old Kandie matched his marathon debut
time at Prague in May.
Chebutich's time was two minutes
faster than his victory at Belgrade in
April.
Belgium's Marleen Renders was the
women's winner at 2:25:22, nearly three
minutes ahead of runner-up Susan
Chepkemei of Kenya (2:28:19).

The race had about 28,000 starters --
4,000 more than last year - making it
the third-largest marathon, behind
London and New York.
It was watched by an estimated 1 mil-
lion spectators..0
Berlin has attracted some of the
world's top distance runners because of
its reputation for fast times. Kenya's
Sammy Lelci clocked the then second-
fastest time in history of 2:07:02 at the
1995 race.
Da Costa, who is from Descoberto,
120 miles north of Rio de Janiero,
earned $200,000 for the victory.
Da Costa, who has been running sin
he was 17, now is expected to conIngn
up to S250,000 in appearance moniey at
future marathons.
"This will make him a millionaire,"
Luis Posso, Da Costa's manager, said:
Schedule
Thursday
lid eakey vs.Mk hIen State, Ocker Fid, 4 pm.
Wriay
Socau vs. Penn State, Michigan Soer field, 4 px..
Vftosybi vs. Purdue, Cliff Keen Arena, 7 pm.
Saturday
Women's otaw omey at sundoger Invtational,9
11:15 a.m.
Footbal vs. Michigan State. Michigan Stadium, non
Volleybal vs. Illinois. Cliff Keen Arena, 7 p.m.
Men's cross country at Mountain West Classic, TOA w
Me's gaif at Iowa Invitational T8A
Wouen's ase at Lady Northern, TBA
Sunday
flid bockey vs. Louisville, ticker Field, noon
Socce at Ohio Stae. p.m.
Ma's gf at towoInvitational, TEA
Wmn n's*atlat 14 Northern, TBA

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