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2B - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - October 19, 1998

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How the AP. Top 25 Fared
The new Associated Press top 25 college fotball poll withr
place votes in pmrntess

results through Nov 9. First-

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1. Ohio State (64)
2. UCLA (1),
3. Tennessee (3)
4. Kansas State (2)
5. Florida
6. Florida State
7. Nebrask~a
8.TexaA&M
9 Wisconuin
10. Penn S tate
11. Georgia
12. Oregon)
13. west virgille
14. Arizona
15. Arhaweg
18. VlrgInia
17. Colorado
1., Notre Dae
18. Missouri
~20. Georgia Tech-
21, Syrcus
22. Tulne
23. Virginia Tech
24. Mishlesipol Stat.
25. Texas Tech

Now teyfared
Beat Minnesota, 45 15

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Beat rNo. 11 Oregon, 41-38t
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Beat Oklahoma State, 5220

Next week
at Northwestern
at California
vs. Alabama
vs. Iowa State

World Series
Series standings
N.Y. Yankees lead series, 2A0
Yesterday's result
N.Y. YANKEES 9, San Diego 3
Saturday's result
N.Y. YANKEES 9. San Diego 6
Hoe teams in CAPS
Series Schedule
Tomorrow, at San Diego
Wednesday, at San Diego
Thursday, at San Diego (it necessary)
aturday. at New York (if necessary)
Sunday, at New York (if necessary)

NCAA Hockey Results
Saturday
NORTHERN MICHIGAN 5, Miami 2
Notre dame 4, LAKE SUPERIOR STATE 3
Ferris State 4, Ohio State 2
MINNESOTA 3, Minnesota-Deluth 1
WISCONSIN 3, Michigan Tech 1
MICHIGAN STATE 3, Mass Amherst 1
BOWLING GREEN 5. Northeastern 3
ALASKA-ANCHORAGE 3, Alaska- Fairbanks 1
Friday
NORTHERN MICHIGAN 3, Miami 2
Notre Dame 5, FERRIS STATE 2
Ohio State 4. LAKE SUPERIOR STATE 1
Western Michigan 1, MICHIGAN STATE 1 (OT}
Northeastern 4, BOWLING GREEN 2
ALASKA-FAIRBANKS 5, Alaska-Anchorage 4 (OT)

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ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

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Beat Auburn, 243 vs. No. 13 Georgia
Beat Clemson, 4$80 at No. 25 Georgia Tech
Beat Kansas, 41-0 vs. No. 20 Missouri
Bet Baylor, 3514 vs. No. 22 Texas Tech
Bet Illinois, 37.3 at Iowa
Beat Purdue, 3143 vs. Illinois
Beat Vanerbilt, 316 at Kentucky
-Lost to No. 2 UCLA, 41.38 vs. Southern Cal-
Idle at Miami
Beat Washigton State, 287 vs. Northeastern Louis.
Bet South Carolina, 41.28 Idle
Lost to No. 20 G. Tech, 41.38 vs. North Carolina State
Beat No, 25 Tex. Tech, 19317 at Kansas
Idle vs. Army'
Beat Oklahtomla, 20.6 at No. 7 Nebraska
beat No. 16 Virginia, 41-38 vs. No. 6 Florida State
Bet Boston College, 42.25 vs. Idle
Bet Louisville. 28.22 at Rutgers
Lost to Temple, 2824 at Alabanma-Birmingham
Beat E. Tennessee State, 53.6 at Louisiana State
Lost to No. 1? Colorado, 13.17 at No. 8 Texas A&M

Who: John Mortimer
Hometown: Londonderry, N.H.
High School: Londonderry

Sport: Cross country
Year: SenIor
Eligibility: Senior

Why: The senior won the Michigan Interregional~ out-distancing team-
mate Todd Snyder and the rest of the pack to take the title. Morti mer
led Michigan to the team title, where the Wolverines blew out the field
to defend last year's championship.
Background: NCAA All-American and all-Big Ten selection ...- Won four
cross country invitational titles in 1997 ...- Big Ten cross country fresh-
man of the year in 1995 ... Enrolled in the college of Literature,
Science and the Arts

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All events open to the public without charge

New Associated
Press. Poll
Team Rec. Pts. Prey.
1. Ohio State (64) 6-0 1,743 1
2. UCLA (1) 5-0 1,647 2
3. Tennessee (31 5-0 1,618 3
4. Kansas State (2) 6-0 1,558 4
5. Florida 6-1 1,451 5
6. Florida State 6.1 1,411 7.
7. Nebraska 6.1 1,269 8
8. Texas A&M 6-1 1,215, 10
9. Wisconsin 7-0 1,186 9
10. Penn State 5-1 1,119 12
11. Georgia 5-1 1,002 13
12. Oregon 5-1 939 11
13. West Virginia 4-1 860 15
14. Arizona 641 800 16
15. Arkansas 6.0- 746'-"17
16. Virginia 5.1 714 7
17. Colorado 6-1 604 19
18. Notre Dame 4-1 556 18
19. Missouri 51 .547 20
20. Georgia Tech 5-1 538 25
21. Syracuse 4-2 '286 23,
22. Tulane 5-0 233 24-
23. Virginia Tech 5.1 141 14 -
24. Mississippi State 5-1 129 -
25. Texas Tech 6-1 116 22"

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USA Today/ESPN
Coaches Poll
Team Rec. Pta.
1. Ohio State (58) 6-0 1,546
2. UCLA (1) 5.0 1,442
3. Kansas State (3) 6.0 1,420
4. Tennessee 5.0 1,398
5. Florida 6.1 1,262
6. Florida State 6.1 1,227
7. Nebraska 6.1 1,140
8. Wisconsin 7-0 1,111
9. Penn State 5-1 991
10. Texas A&M --6-1 986
11. Georgia - 51 '838
12. Arkansas 6-0 761
13. West Virginia . 1 729
14. Oregon -5-1 717
15. Virginia . -5.1 682
16. Arizona 6.1 602
17. Colorado 6-1 545
18. Missouri -5.1 444
19. Georgia Tech - - 514 420
20. Notre Dame 41 391
21. Virginia Tech 51 355
22. Syracuse 4.2 273
23. Tulane 5.0 254
24. Mississiopi State 5.1 165
25. Texas Tech 6-1 89

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NCAA Football Results
East
Brown 38, Fordham 27
Connecticut 44, Massachusetts 41, OT
Georgetown, DC. 2&. St. Johns, NY 17
Harvard 20, Holy Cross 14, CT
Navy 42, Colgate 35
Princeton 28, Lafayette 0
South
Alabama 23, East Carolina 22
Albany St., Ga. 37. Miss. Valley St. 11
Murray St. 28, E. Kentucky 21
N. Carolina St. 27, Duke 24
SW Louisiana 21, Arkansas St. 19
Wake Forest 20, Maryland 10
Midwest
Delaware 30, Youngstown St. 20
Illinois St. 36, E. Illinois 22
Miami (OH) 28, Ball St. 17
N. Illinois 16, Central Michigan 6
W. Michigan 45, E. Michigan 35
South west
Alabama St. 30, Prairie View 20
Rice 14, Tulsa 10
Montana 33, N. Arizona 20
Portland St. 34, Montana St. 31

Club Sports Results

Men's Ice hockey
SaUxdy
Eastern Michigan 4
Michigan 1

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Eastern Michigan
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Men's soccer

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