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2B - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - February 1, 1999

COLLEGE BASKETBALL SCORES
From Saturday
EAST
Canisius 75, lona 73
Cent. Connecticut State 81, Wagner 69
Colgate 71, Holy Cross 59
Connecticut 78, St. John's 74
Dartmouth 70, Brown 46
Drexel 82, Maine 73
Harvard 76, Yale 58
Hofstra 77, New Hampshire 64
MdBaltimore County 68, Quinniplac 58
Mt. St. Mary's 50, Fairleigh Dickinson 47
Penn 67, Columbia 51
Pittsburgh 60, Miami 54
Princeton 56, Cornell 46
Rhode Island 72, Duquesne 56
Siena 84, Marist 78
St. Bonaventure 74, Temple 59
St. Francis, N.Y. 85, St. Francis, Pa. 84
St. Peter's 92, Niagara 90, OT
Syracuse 76, Seton Hall 62
Vlllanova 93, Georgetown 90, 20T
SoUTh
Appalachian St. 67, Georgia Southern 56
Auburn 85, Georgia 74
Bethune-Cookman 86, N. Carolina A&T 55
Campbell 66, Jacksonville 61
Cent. Florida 82, Jacksonville St. 64
Charleston So. 98, Coastal Ca. 93, 30T
Chattanooga 70, UNC-Greensboro 55
Coll. of Charleston 84, Davidson 80
DePaul 87, Tulane 79
Duke 80, N. Carolina St. 61
E. Tennessee St. 74, W. Carolina 66
East Carolina 61, William & Mary 56
Elon 73, High Point 65
Furman 84, VMI 51
George Mason 82, James Madison 78
Georgia St. 76, Stetson 61
Hampton 71, Delaware St. 57
Kentucky 86. Lousiana State 62
Md.-Eastern Shore 99, Norfolk St. 89
Memphis 74, Southern Miss. 60
Mississippi 89, Arkansas 81
Mississippi St. 66, Florida 63
Morgan St. 84, Howard 62

Murray St. 81, Middle Tennessee 61
N.C. Charlotte 58, Louisville 49
N.C.-Wilmington 73, Richmond 65
Old Dominion 76, Va. Commonwealth 72
S. Carolina St. 64, Florida A&M 59
SE Missouri 72, Morehead St. 60
South Carolina 69, Vanderbilt 57
Tennessee 100, Alabama 64
The Citadel 62, Wofford 60
Virginia 67, Florida St. 60
MIDWET
Akron 94, Central Michigan 86
Ball St. 61, Bowling Green 60
Butler 57, Loyola, III. 52
Cincinnati 73, Ala.-Birmingham 60
Cleveland State 72, Wis.-Milwaukee 68
Creighton 95, N. Iowa 81
Dayton 91, Xavier 86
Detroit 67, Wis.-Green Bay 54
Indiana State 61, Bradley 48
Iowa 81, Michigan 68
Iowa State 52, Nebraska 47
Kansas 77, Colorado 74
Kent 60, N. Illinois 54
Missouri 73, Baylor 55
Missouri-Kansas City 73, Chicago State 67
Notre Dame 81, Providence 62
Ohio St. 64, Illinois 61
Ohio U. 86, Marshall 73
Toledo 63, E. Michigan 55
W. Illinois 79, Oral Robets 73
W. Michigan 82, Buffalo 65
Wisconsin 61, Minnesota 50
Wright St. 68, I11.-Chicago 61
Youngstown St. 64, Indiana-Purdue (Indianapolis) 42
SOUTHWEST
Oklahoma 72, Texas Tech 54
Oklahoma State 66, Texas A&M 61
Tulsa 88, Southern Meth. 82
FAR WEST
Arizona 91, California 74
Cal Poly-SLO 101, Cal St.-Fullerton 81
Pepperdine 58, St. Mary's, Cal. 44
San Jose St. 82, San Diego St. 57
Stanford 73, Arizona State 63

'M' SCHEDULE
Thursday, Feb. 4
Men's Basketball at Northwestern, 8 p.m.
Men's Tennis at Rolex National Indoor Championships
(Dallas), All Day
Friday, Feb. 5
Women's Basketball at Minnesota, 8 p.m.
Men's Gymnastics at Penn State, 7 p.m.
Ice Hockey vs. Lake Superior State, 7 p.m.
Men's Swimming & Diving at Michigan State, 7 p.m.
Men's Tennis at Rolex National Indoor Championships
(Dallas), All Day
Women's Tennis at ITA National Indoor Championship
(Dallas, Texas), All Day
Women's Track & Field at Cannon Classic (Indianapolis,
Ind.), TBA
Wrestling at Michigan State, 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 6
Women's Gymnastics hosts State of Michigan Classic, 4
p.m.
Ice Hockey vs. Ohio State, 7 p.m.
Men's Tennis at Rolex National Indoor Championships
(Dallas, Texas), All Day
Women's Tennis at ITA National Indoor Championship
(Dallas, Texas), All Day
Women's Track & Field at Cannon Classic (Indianapolis,
Ind.), TBA
Men's Track & Field at Meyo Invitational (Notre Dame,
Ind.), TBA
M' CLUB SPORTS
Women's ice hockey
Friday: Michigan 2, Illinois 0
Saturday: Michigan 2, Illinois 1
Fencing
Yesterday: Defeated Case Western Reserve, Detroit-
Mercy, Purdue and Cleveland State at Notre Dame.
Women's figure skating
results from Saturday at Miami (Ohio):
Miami (Ohio) 99
Michigan 67
Michigan State 10
Bowling Green 3
Michigan winners: Kepner (novice comp.), Wendela
(junior free), Newcomer (senior free), Komjathy (free
one), Cheng (free three); Michigan (team senior comp.)

aTe HITEu &TElg E
ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

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Who: Corey Grant
Hometown: Clarkston
High School: Clarkston

Sport: Wrestling
Year: Senior
Eligibility: Senior

Why: The senior upset fourth-ranked Adam Tirapelle 5-4 to help the
Michigan wrestling team defeat No. 6 Illinois 20-16 yesterday. Despite
trailing after the first period, Grant used a takedown in the second peri-
od to take the win.
Background: Wrestled two matches at Big Tens last year ... Finished
runner-up in final of Michigan State Open last season ... Three-time all-
Oakland County selection in high school ... Enrolled in the Division of
Kinesiology ... Born January 9, 1977.

Grant

Broncos, Elway repea

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Continued from Page 11B
in the first quarter, Smith and the other
Denver receivers consistently burned
Eugene Robinson, the Atlanta safety
who was arrested Saturday night on
charges of soliciting sex from an under-
cover police officer.
All that helped Denver become the
first team to win two straight Super
Bowls since Dallas did in 1993 and 1994
and the first AFC team to win two
straight since Pittsburgh won in 1979
and 1980.
But for all the Broncos did, the game
turned on what the Falcons didn't do -
getting only six points on their first six
forays into Denver territory. Their first
touchdown came on rookie Tim
Dwight's 94-yard kickoff return with 11
minutes left in the game.
On the others, Jamal Anderson was
dumped for a 2-yard loss on fourth and
1 from the Broncos 26, Morten
Andersen missed a 28-yard field goal,
and Chris Chandler threw an intercep-
tion to Gordon.
In all, Chandler threw three intercep-
tions - two to Gordon, who also had
two in the AFC championship game.

The game turned on one of Atlanta's
failures with five minutes left in the sec-
ond quarter.
Atlanta moved to the Denver , but
couldn't convert on third and goal. Then
Andersen, one of only two kickers with
more than 400 career field goals, missed
a 26-yard attempt.
On the next play, Smith raced by
Ronnie Bradford and Robinson an
caught the ball in stride for an 80-yart
score that made it 17-3.
The Atlanta loss was the fourth defeat
for Reeves as a Super Bowl coach, the
first three with Denver in 1987, 1988
and 1990. In each of those games, he
said, his teams played nowhere near their
potential.
That certainly was true Sunday with
the Falcons, who won the NFC West
with a 14-2 record after going 3-13 two
years ago, the year before Reeves too
over.
But even if Atlanta's offense hadn't
self-destructed the Falcons would have
had problems because the defense just
couldn't stop Elway. Denver scored on
six of its first 10 possessions and was
stopped twice because Jason Elam
missed field goals.
Elway was intercepted on the other,
possession and the Broncos punted just
once during that quarter.
Dwight returned the opening kickoff
to his own 37 and the Falcons went 48.
yards in 10 plays to set up Andersen's
32-yard field goal that gave them a 3-0
lead. They got as far as the eight, but Bill
Romanowski sacked Chandler on third
down.

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