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v28 - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday -- November 16:19

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How the AP Top 25 Fared
The new Associated Press tap 25 college footba ll l with resuts through Nov. 9, First-

rOace votes in parentheses.
Team
1. Tennessee (37)
2. Kansas State (29)
3. UCLA
4, Florida
6. Florida State
6. Texas A&M
7. Ohio State
8. Arizona
9. Arkansas
10. Notre Dame
11. Michwgan
12. Tulane
13. Wisconsin
14. Georgia
1,5. Oregon
18. Penn State
17. Nebraska
18. Virginia
19. Missouri
20.,Air Force
21. Georgia Tech
2.2. Miami (Fla.)
23. Virglnia Tech
24. Syracuse
25. Texas

How theyfared
Beat Arkansas, 2&24
Beat Nebraska, 40-30
Beat Washington, 36-24
Beat South Carolina, 33-14
Beat Wake Forest. 247
Seat Missouri, 17.14
Beat Iowa, 45-14
Beat California, 27-23
Lost to Tennessee, 28-24
Beat Navy, 300
Beat wis tlit, 27.10
Beat Army, 49-35
Lost to Michigan, 27-10
Beat Auburn, 2&-17
Beat Arizona State. 5,1419
Beat Northwestern, 4110
Lost to Kansas State, 40.30
Beat North Carolina, n0413
Lost to Texas A&M, 17-14
Beat Wyoming, 10-3
Beat Clemson, 24-21
Beat Temple, 42-7
Lost to Syracuse, 2&-26
Seat Virginia Tech, 2&-26
Lost to texas Tech, 42-35

Next weep
vs. Kntucky
at Missouri
vs. Southern Cal
at Florida State
Vs. Florida
idle
vs. mchigarl
idle
at Mississippi State
vs. Louisiana State
at, o state
vs. Houston
vs. Penn State
vs. Mississippi
at. Oregon State
at Wisconsin
idle
idle
vs. Kansas State
vs. Rice
vs. Wake Forest
vs. Pittsburgh
vs. Rutgers
at Tempe
iole

USA Toay/ES PH
Coaches Poll
Team Reo. _Pts. Pro%
1. Kansas State (36.5) 10-0 1.520.5 1
2. Tennessee (18$.5) 9.0 1,486.5 1
3. UCLA (1) 9-0 1,443 3
4, Florida 91 1,349 4
5. Florida State 10.1 1,304 5
6. Ohio State 9-1 1,202 7
7. Texas A&M 10-1 1.191 8
8. Arizona 14-1 1,109 10
9. Arkansas &1 928 9
1). Notre Dame &.1 916 13
11. Wihigan 8-2 912 16
12. Wisconsin 9-1 830 6
13. Tulane 9-0 808 14
14. Penn State 72 665 17
15. Georgia 7-2 652 18
16- Oregon &-2 589 19
17. Air Force 931 495 20
18- Virginia &-2 476 22
19. Nebraska 8-3 473 it
20. Virginia Tech 7-2 356 12
21. Georgia Tech 7.2 315 23
22. Miami (Fla)l 6.2 269 24
23. Missouri 7-3 267 15
24. Syracuse 6.3 198 25
25 Kentucky 7.3 70 -
first-puace votes in parenthess

Club Sports News
Michigan fencing club earns top
10 honors in West Lafayette
The men's epee squad, part of the Michigan fencing club,
traveled to Purdue for an individual tournament against
Purdue, Northwestern, Notre Dame and Tri-State.
All of the Wolverines finished in the top 25 percentile.
Michigan placed three members in the top 10 at the six,
seven and eight spots
The Wolverines travel to these individual tournaments to pre-
pare for their team collegiate season, which begins in January
against Northwestern.
Want your club sport's results in the Daily?
E-mail results to clubsports~daly rtmich.edu or Call before 3 p.m.
Sunday.
Sports Desk: 734-647.3336

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK'
Who: Dave Huntzicker Sport Hockey

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Hometown: Ann Arbor, Mich.
Junior Team: Compuware Ambassadors

Year.~ Sophomore
Position: Defenseman

Why:~ Huntzicker scored his first career goal in 54 games, helping the
Wolverines keep on par with Notre Dame in a 2-2 tie. He had an all-
around great weekend performance, including several great defensive
plays and two assists in a 6-3 win over AlaskaFairbanks. But the key
to Michigan's success this weekend was its strong penalty kill,
where Huntzicker batted pucks away from the net and blocked shots,
helping the Wolverines limit their opponents to one goal in 12
chances on the power play.
Background: The 6-3, 192-pounder played in 46 games last season
and had the third highest plus-minus rating on the team with a plus-
17. He was also named the CCHA defenseman of the week last sea-
son. Prior to Michigan. he spent the 1996-97 season with the
Compuware Ambassadors of the North American Hockey League.
Graduated from Ann Arbor Pioneer in 1995 ... Born: 9/25/76.

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Notre Dame 1
Michigan State 1
Michigan 1
Northern Michigan8
Ferris State
Ohio State8
Howling Green7
Western Michigan6
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Miami (Ohio) - - 4

East
Boston College 23, Pittaburgh 15
Brown 28, Dartmouth 21.
Colgate 42, Lafayette 21
Columbia 22, Cornell 10
Duquene 41, Canisius 21
Fairfield 48, gat. Peter's 0
Fordham 13, Holy Cross 10
Gannon 18, St, Francis, Ps. 14
Georgetown 17, Austin Posy 10
Hostra 38, ierty 24
Lehigh 49, Bucknell 7 '
Marnst 40, Simna 14
Massachustts 55, Maine 34
Miami 42, Temple 7
New IHamnpshire 9, Rhode Isle. 7
Notre Dae 30, Navy 0
Penn 41, Harvard 10
Penn St. 41, Northwestern 10
Sacred Heart 42, Bryant 28
Syracuse 28, Virginia Tech 29
Towson 17, Drake 14
Tulane 49. Army 35
Villanova 85, Buffalo 40
West Virginia 28, Rutgers 14
Yale 31, Princeton 28

South
Alabama A&M 21, Alcorn St. 12
Alabama St. 41, Miss. Valley St. 13
Appalachian St, 19, E. Kentucky 0
Bethune-Cookman 59. Norfolk St. 38
Cent. Florida 37, Bell St. 14
Chattanooga 10. E. Tennessee St. 7
Connecticut 34, William & Mary 2.6
Davidson 14, Bridgewater, Va. 6
E. Illinois 58, Tenn.-Martin 35
Elon 36,Samford 0
Florida 33, South Carolina 14
Florida A&M 37, S. Carolina St. 17
Florida St. 24. Wake Forest 7
Georgia 28, Auburn 17
Grambling St. 35, Winston-Salem 28
Howard 69, Morgan St. 3
Jackson St. 31, Prairie View 12
Kentucky 55, Vanderbilt 17
Louisville 63, East Carolina 45 "
Maryland 42, Duke 25
Mississippi St. 26. Alabama 14
Nicholls St. 14, Stephen F. Austin 7
Richmond 45. Delaware 6
Southern Miss. 45, Memphis 3
Southern U,. 20, Texas Southern 14
Tennessee 28, Arkansea24

Tennessee St. 48, Murray St. 44
Tennessee Tech 17, W, Carolina 6
The Citadel 36, VMl 10
Virginia 30. North Caroline 13
W. Kentucky 42, Indiana St. 14
Wagner 02, Jacksonvlle 44
Midwest
Akron 24, E. Michigan 21
Cincinnati 44, Houston 43
Illinois St. 48. Youngstown St. 14
Indiana 20, Minnesota 19
Kansas St. 40, Nebraska 30
Lindenwood 34, Butler 33, OT
Miami (Ohio) 56, Kent 0
Michigan 27. Wisconsin 10
N, Iowa 10. W, Illinois 6
Ohio St. 45, Iowa 14
Ohio UI.28, N. Illinois 12
Purdue 25, Michigan St. 24
S. Illinois 34, SE Mias~oi 7
Toledo 17, Cent. Michigan 14
Valparaiso 42. Aurora 0
W. Michigan 56, Bowling Green 27
Southwst
Arkansas St. 17, NE Louisiana 13
Brigham Young 31, Texas"EI Paso 14,

Colorado St. 32. Southern Moth. 0
Jacksonville St. 33, SW Texas 27
Oklahoma 28. Baylor 16
Oklahoma St. 44, SW Lousiana 20
Rice 38. UNLV 16
Texas A&M 17, Missouri 14
Texas Tech 42, Texas 35
Far West
Air force 10, Wyoming 3
Arizona 27, Califomia 23
Colorado 37. Iowa St. 8
Dayton 35, San Diego 27
Fresno St. 51. Hawaii 12
Idaho 36. New Mexico St. 32
Montana 31, Sacramento St. 16
Montana St. 66, Idaho St. 35
N. Arizona 23, Portland St. 13
Nevada 63. Cal Poly-SL.O 0
Oregon 51, Arizona St. 19
San Diego St. 34, San Jose St. 6
St. Mary's, Cal. 27, Chapman 10
Stanford 38. Washington St. 28
UC Davis 35. S. Utah 28
UCLA 36. Washington 24
Utah 41. New Mexico 7
Utah St. 28. North Texas 27

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Michigan again

By Michael Korn
Daily Sports Writer
This weekend in Evanston, six mem-
bers of the Michigan men's swimming
team joined other top swimmers from
around the conference to swim against
Team USA at the Big Ten All-Star meet.
Senior co-captains Tom Malchow
and Andy Potts joined junior Mike
McWha, sophomores Chris Thompson
and Scott Werner, and freshman Jeff
Hopwood to represent the Wolvcrines.
Former Michigan All-America and
Olympic gold medalist Tom Dolan also
particpated in the meet but as a member
of Team USA. Dolan won both the 20
backstroke and 200 individual medley
on Friday. Due to asthma problems on
Saturday, however, he finished fourth in
the 400 freestyle and seventh in the 400
individual medley.
The biggest adjustment that the Big
Ten swimmers had to make for the meet
was swimming meters rather than yards.
Although international races are mea-
sured in meters, the NCAA measures its
races in yards. Swimming meters is
more demanding because it forces the
swimmer to turn more often because the
pool is shorter.

"It's hard to make the transition
between meters and yards when you
have been training for months for colle-
giate competition," Malchow said.
Malchow was swimmer of the meet
for his performance, winning the 200-
meter butterfly and placing third in the
200-meter freestyle. His performance
for the Big Ten All-Stars allowed the
team to keep the competition close
against a superior team.
The senior co-captain received an
invitation from Team USA to swim for
them but chose the Big Ten for his final
year as a collegiate swimmer.
"It was weird swimming against
guys that I had swam with in interna-
tional competition," Malchow said. "I
could have swam for either team, but I
wanted to represent Michigan in my last
year at the school."
The Wolverines also posted a strong
showing in the 1,500 freestyle.
Thompson won the event, followed by
McWha and Potts, who finished third
and fifth respectively.
"1 was pleased with our performance
in the 1,500 freestyle, Michigan coach
John Urbanchek said. "The Big Ten is
strong in that event and we dominated it"

ace old
faces
By Jon Zemke
Daily Sports Writer
The best of the best squared..off
against each other at the Big Ten All-
Star meet in Chicago this past week,-
end.
The tournament showcased the best
of Big Ten swimmers and divers chal-
lenging Team USA.
"it was a great opportunity for.a lot
of good swimmers to get together ini a
somewhat low pressure environment
and do a little racing to kinda - see
where everyone is in the long course
pool right now," Michigan women's
swimming coach Jim Richardson said
Four swimmers - senior Jenniei
Eberwein, sophomore Jen Crismark
and freshmen Lindsay Carlberg; and
Kerrianne Kalbko - represented
Michigan on the Big Ten All-Star'
team while two former Wolverines -:
Talor Bendel and Linda Riker - com-'
peted on the USA National Team.'~
"I think Linda and Talor both swam
very well,"Richardson said. "They're
both trianing very hard right now ..
Linda is representing the Unite*
States in Spain at the World
University Games in the back-~
strokes."
As a member of the Big Ten's 806
freestyle relay team, Eberwein helped
it take second place, 11 seconds
behind the first-place finishers, with a,
time of 8:34,73.
But Crisman had the biggest day for
the Wolverines as she took secondl~
the 100 backstroke (1:05.71) and set!
ond as a member of the Big Terf
medley relay team with a tim<
4:20.41.
"I think (Crisman) swam wd;
Richardson said. "I think she is trAIM
ing exceptionally well and racing idg
well in a tired state."
No score was kept for the meet. -

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