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2B - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - January 25, 1999

WCHA Hockey Standings

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Schedule

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

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7 13 6 26
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Wednesday
Women's SwIm&Dlving vs. Michigan
State, 6 p.m.
Thursday
Men's Basketball vs. Illinois, 8 p.m.
Friday
Women's Basketball vs. Ohio State,
7:30 p.m.
Men's Gymnastics vs. Illinois and
Ohio State, 7 p.m.
Ice Hockey at Michigan State, 7 p.m.

Women's Swimming and Diving vs.
Notre Dame, 4 p.m.
Men's Tennis at Virginia, 7 p.m.
Men's Track&Fleld at Michigan
Intercollegiate, 4:30 p.m.
Saturday
Men's Basketball vs. Iowa 2:30 p.m.
Women's Gymnastics vs. Ohio State
and Rhode Island, 7 p.m.
ice Hockey at Notre Dame, 7 p.m.
Women's Swimming and Diving vs.
Notre Dame, 4 p.m.

Who: Daniel Diaz-Luong
Hometown: Harrisburg, Penn.
High School: Bishop McDevitt

Sport Gymnastics
Year: Freshman

Why: The freshman's performance was key in helping the Michigan
gymnastics team blow out Illinois-Chicago, despite numerous
Michigan absences due to injury. Diaz-Luong won the high bar compe-
tition with a score of 9.75, and placed fifth in the all-around competi-
tion.
Background: Ranked third in the nation overall in the Junior Olympics
his senior year in high school ... Junior Olympic National champion in
the parallel bars his junior year of high school ... Enrolled in the
College of Literature, Science and the Arts ... Plans on majoring in
statistics ... Born May 4, 1980.

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Sshmrda)'s Resut
North Dakota 6, Minnesota 5
St Cloud 5, Minnesota-Duluth 3
Minnesota State 4, Wisconsin 2
Colorado College 3, Michigan Tech 1
Denver 4, Alaska-Anchorage 3

Yfterda's Results
Wisconsin 3, Minnesota State 2
Denver 2, Alaska-Anchorage 1

Women's AP Top 25
How the top 25 teams in The Associated
Press womns college basketball poIfared
this week:
No. 1Tennessee(17-1) beat No. 12 Old
Dominion 7761; beat No. 21 Florida 7764.
No.2 Connecticut (163) lost to No.4
Louisiana Tech 90d76; beat Miami 8955; lost to
Boston College 78s66.
No. 3 Purdue (16-4) beat Illinois 7160; beat
Indiana 97.62; beat Wisconsin 7656.
No. 4 Louisiana Tech (152) beat No. 2
Connecticut 9P76; beat Western Kentucky 79
65.
No.5 Georgia (11) beat Georgia Tech 88,
82; beat Arkansas 68-59; bet Mississippi 81-
43.
No. 6 Texas Tech (17-2) beat No. 14 Iowa
State 71A47; lost to Kansas 5545.
No. 7 North Carolina (194) beat No. 19
Virginia 7968; lost to No. 11 Duke 9371; lost
to Georgia Tech 91-84
No. 8 Colorado State (201) beat Wyoming
93-67.
No. 9 Notre Dame (152) beat Seton Hall
87247; beat St. John's 9960.
No. 10 UCLA (154) beat Southern California
94-53.
No. 11 Duke (16-4) beat No. 7 North
Carolina 93-71.
No. 12 Old Dominion (13-3) lost to No. 4
Tennessee 7761; beat James Madison 7952;
beat Richmond 94-53.
No. 13 Virginia Tech (180) beat St.
Josephs 65-56; beat Temple 89.69.
No. 14 Iowa State (13-3) lost to No. 6 Texas
Tech 71-47; lost to No. 16 Clemson 81-72.
No. 15 Rutgers (17-3) beat Georgetown 67
64, 20T; beat Providence 99.52.
No. 16 Clemson (16-3) beat North Carolina
State 70&58; beat No. 14 Iowa State 81.72.
No. 17 Penn State (14-4) beat Illinois 94-
85; beat Indiana 95-48.
No. 18 Alabama (12-6) lost to Kentucky 76-
72.
No. 19 Virginia (13-5) lost to No. 7 North
Carolina 79.68; beat Florida State 80-71; beat
Baylor 8&-51.
No. 20 Auburn (15-3) beat Jacksonville
State 105-63; beat Mississippi State 57-46.
No. 21 Florida (14.8) lost to No. 1
Tennessee 77-64; lost to 8171.
No. 22 Ohio State (134) beat Minnesota
68.42.
No. 23 Nebraska (14-5) lost to Colorado 70-
53.
No. 24 Tulane (17-2) beat DePaul 81-72;
beat N.C. Charlotte 70-52; beat St. Louis 73-52.
No. 25 Oregon (15-4) lost to Arizona 78-74;
beat Arizona State 68&52.

Saturday's men's college basketball scores from around the nation

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Bucknell 96, George Mason 86 (20T)
Canisius 74, Manhattan 68
Central Connecticut State 58, Long Island
57
Central Michigan 79, Buffalo 70
Colgate 65, Lafayette 57
Columbia 76, Cornell 65
Connecticut 62, Seton Hall 47
Dartmouth 75, Denver 50
Dayton 66, Duquesne 59
George Washington 81, Rhode Island 74
Georgetown 79, Pittsburgh 71
James Madison 82, American 66
La Salle 98, St. Joseph's 95 (20T)
Loyola (Md.) 75, Fairfield 72
Md.-Baltimore County 62, Monmouth 58
Navy 80, Lehigh 45
Niagara 86, Rider 85
Quinnipiac 84, Robert Morris 82
St. Francis (N.Y.) 70, St. Francis, (Pa.) 55
St. Peter's 61, Marist 54
Temple 65, Massachusetts 57
Villanova 73, West Virginia 62
SOUTH
Alcorn State 82, Southern 67
Arkansas State 72, Florida International
59
Auburn 73, Alabama 58
Campbell 73, Jacksonville State 60
Centenary 87, Central Florida 80
Chattanooga 68, Davidson 54
Coll. of Charleston 78, UNC-Greensboro
55
Coppin State 70, Hampton 58
East Tennessee State 83, Appalachian
State 60
Florida 93, Tennessee 72
Florida A&M 72, Howard 60
Florida State 71, North Carolina State 59
Georgia Tech 77, Virginia 65

Grambling State 89, Arkansas-Pine Bluff
74
High Point 93, Liberty 89
Jacksonville 76, Troy State 68
Kentucky 76, Mississippi State 49
Louisiana State 64, Vanderbilt 59
Louisiana Tech 75, SW Louisiana 62
McNeese State 85, Lamar 79
Md.-Eastern Shore 67, South Carolina
State 59
Memphis 83, South Florida 70
Middle Tennessee 82, Eastern Kentucky
67
Mississippi Valley State 89, Jackson
State 79
Mississippi 85, Georgia 76
Murray State 89, Austin Peay 58
North Carolina A&T 84, Delaware State
79
North Carolina-Asheville 94, Coastal
Carolina 67
North Carolina-Wilmington 70, East
Carolina 59
Nicholls State 69, SE Louisiana 65
Norfolk State 86, Morgan State 84, OT
Northwestern State 63, NE Louisiana 62
Old Dominion 65, William & Mary 50
Radford 89, Elon 73
Richmond 68, Virginia Commonwealth 64
Samford 77, Georgia State 62
Stetson 85, Mercer 67
Tennessee State 67, Tennessee-Martin 56
Tennessee Tech 82, Morehead State 66
The Citadel 83, Furman 73 (OT)
Tulane 89, Houston 84
UCLA 82, Louisville 70
VMI 85, Western Carolina 73
Winthrop 71, Charleston Southern 62
Wofford 75, Georgia Southern 65
MIDWEST
Akron 69, Northern Illinois 47
Ball State 58, Kent 56

Bradley 98, Evansville 65
Butler 68, Wisconsin-Milwaukee 65
Cincinnati 55, Saint Louis 44
Creighton 95, Illinois State 84
Detroit 73, Cleveland State 58
Illinois-Chicago 71, Loyola (III.) 56
Indiana State 71, SW Missouri State 61
Iowa State 70, Texas Tech 62
Kansas State 66, Oklahoma 51
Miami (Ohio) 63, Marshall 55
Nebraska 72, Colorado 55
Northwestern 76, Texas-Pan American 47
Oakland (Mich.) 89, Youngstown State 87
Ohio State 89, Minnesota 60
Ohio 75, Bowling Green 68
Penn State 65, Illinois 61
Purdue 81, Michigan 71
Rutgers 72, Notre Dame 70
Southern Illinois 58, Wichita State 52
SE Missouri 81, Eastern Illinois 70
Toledo 68, Western Michigan 56
Valparaiso 86, Indiana-Purdue-Indianapolis
71
Western Illinois 69, Chicago State 54
Wisconsin-Green Bay 54, Wright State 52
Wisconsin 72, Iowa 52
Xavier 93, Virginia Tech 69
WEST
Alabama State 58, Prairie View 50
Arkansas-Little Rock 63, New Orleans 53
Arkansas 118, Providence 79
Cal Poly-SLO 93, North Texas 86
Oral Roberts 86, Southern Utah 63
Southern Methodist 73, Air Force 71
Texas 73, Oklahoma State 70
Texas A&M 57, Baylor 56
Texas Southern 65, Alabama A&M 60
Texas-El Paso 67, New Mexico 49
Texas-San Antonio 60, SW Texas State 56
Tulsa 65, Rice 50
UNLV 95, Texas Christian 88 (OT)
Arizona State 64, Oregon 60

Boise State 77, Nevada 52
Cal State-Fullerton 68, Pacific 64
California 75, Washington State 68
Colorado State 91, Wyoming 83
Eastern Washington 76, Montana 69
Fresno State 79, Brigham Young 75
Gonzaga 71, Santa Clara 69
Hawaii 87, San Diego State 67
Idaho 77, Utah State 58
Idaho State 57, Sacramento State 54
Long Beach State 64, UC Irvine 63
New Mexico State 83, UC Santa Barbara
61
Oregon State 60, Arizona 59

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WAILUKU, Hawai'i (AP) -
Ricky Williams ran for 114 yards and
two touchdowns yesterday, highlight-
ing the South's 34-14 victory over the
North in the 53rd annual Hula Bowl.
Williams, the Heisman Trophy
winner from Texas, carried 22 times
and was named MVP for the South
team.
He scored on a 2-yard run in the
second quarter, and put the South
ahead for good with an I -yard run
early in the fourth quarter.
The North took a 14-13 lead when
Cal-Davis quarterback Kevin Daft hit
Kent State receiver Eugene Jones
with an 8-yard touchdown pass with
39 seconds left in the third quarter.
Baker also caught a 28-yard pass on
the drive.
From then on it was all South, as

Kansas State quarterback Michael
Bishop marched his team down the
field on a 74-yard drive, capped by
Williams' second TD run.
He dashed off left tackle and
stretched the ball over the goal line
with 11:05 left.
Bishop and East Carolina's Troy,
Smith put the game away for the
South, hooking up on two pass plays,
for 74 yards.
A 45-yard completion brought the
ball to the North 19, and the two
combined on the next play for touch-
down that gave the South a 27-14
lead.
Bishop closed out the game's scor
ing with a 54-yard TD pass to Texas
receiver Wane McGarity.
Bishop, the Heisman runner-up to
Williams, finished 10-for-17 for 197
yards and two TD passes.

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