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Page 2--The Michigan Daily-- Sports Monday - February 18, 1991

Michigan Sports
Calendar
A compilation of Michigan sporting events for the
upcoming week.
Monday, February 18
Men's Basketball vs. Purdue, 9:30 p.m. (ESPN)
Tuesday, February 19
No events scheduled.
Wednesday, February 20
No events scheduled.
Thursday, February 21
Women's Swimming Big Ten Championships, Minneapolis
Women's Gymnastics vs. Eastern Michigan, 7:00 p.m.
Men's Basketball.vs. Wisconsin, 8:00 p.m. (Raycom)
Friday, February 22
Ice Hockey vs. Kent State, 7:30 p.m., Yost Ice Arena
Women's Basketball at Indiana, 7:30 p.m.
Women's Swimming Big Ten Championships, Minneapolis
Saturday, February 23
Ice Hockey vs. Alabama-Huntsville, 7:30 p.m., Yost Ice
Arena
Wrestling vs. Morgan State12:00 p.m. Keen Arena
Women's Swimming Big Ten Championships, Minneapolis
Sunday, February 24
Men's Basketball at Indiana, 4:00 p.m. (ABC)
Women's Basketball at Ohio State, 2 p.m.

COLLEGE NEWS
TOP FIFTEEN HOCKEY POLL
The Cornell Sun compiles a weekly college hockey poll,
voted on by the sports staffs of 13 different college
newspapers nationwide, including The Michigan Daily.

ASSOCIATED PRESS
BASKETBALL TOP 25

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1. Lake Superior (12)
2. N. Michigan (1)
3. Michigan
4. Boston College
5. Minnesota
6. Maine
(tie) Cornell
8. Clarkson

27-3-4
26-5-4
26-5-3
24-7-0
23-6-5
25-7-2
14-5-3
19-6-1
23-9-2
19-9-2
18-6-2
20-9-5
19-13-2
19-9-2
15-10-1

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1. UNLV
2. Ohio St.
3. Arkansas
4. Indiana
5. Duke
6. Arizona
7. Syracuse
8. North Carolina
9. Southern Miss.
10. E. Tenn. State
11. Kansas
12. New Mexico St.
13. St. John's
14. Utah
15. UCLA
16. Kentucky
17. Nebraska
18. Georgetown
19. Virginia
20. LSU
21. Oklahoma State
22. Pittsburgh
23. Mississippi State
24. Texas
25. Princeton

21-0
21-1
25-2
22-2
22-5
20-4
22-3
19-4
19-3
22-3
19-4
19-2
17-6
24-2
18-7
19-5
21-4
15-6
19-7
15-6
18-5
18-8
17-6
17-5
18-2

Beat (12)N. Mexico St., 86-74
Beat (4) Indiana, 97-95
Beat TCU, 97-64
Lostto (2) Ohio State, 97-95
Lost to Wake Forest, 86-77
Lost to Georgia Tech, 62-56
Beat Boston College, 106-85
Beat Maryland, 87-75
Beat South Carolina, 62-58
Beat N.C. Charlotte, 96-80
Beat Kansas St., 69-67
Lost to (1) UNLV, 86-74
Lost to (22) Pitt, 94-83
Beat Brigham Young, 81-74
Beat Stanford, 89-86
Beat Mississippi, 89-77
Beat Oklahoma, 105-93
Lost to Seton Hall, 63-50
Beat Clemson, 57-47
Beat Alabama, 88-81
Beat Missouri, 71-56
Beat (13) St. John's, 94-83
Beat Georgia, 70-64
Lost to Houston, 82-73
Beat Yale, 59-54

9. Wisconsin
10. Boston University
11. Providence
12. Ferris State
13. North Dakota
14. New Hampshire
15. St. Lawrence

Sports Monday
Senior Editors
Theodore Cox
Matt Rennie
.Night Editor
Jeni Durst
David Schechter
Asst. Night Editor
Ryan Herrington
Ken Sugiura
Charlie Wolfe
aTrivia Answer
Louisville's Pervis
vEllison was named
MVP of the 1986
Tournament.

Michigan Daily Athlete-of-the-Week

WHO: Lindsay Aland
TEAM: Women's Tennis
HOMETOWN: Winnetka, IL
ELIGIBILITY: Sophomore

Top Ten Reasons
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WHY: The Wolverines, led by Aland, crushed Northern Illinois and Western Michigan
this weekend to go 4-0 in the spring season. Aland, the women's team No. 1
singles player, had straight set victories as the Wolverines shut out Northern
Illinois 6-0 Saturday and swatted the Broncos Sunday by a score of 8-1. After
defeating NIU's Sarah Murfey 6-3, 6-1 on Saturday, the sophomore
overpowered Western's Amy McClure 6-1, 6-0 on Sundays and then teamed up
with Kim Pratt in doubles to defeat McClure and Breita Johnson 6-2, 6-3.
BACKGROUND: Prior to her college career, Aland was a four-time all-conference
selection at New Trier High School in her hometown of Winnetka, Illinois. She
was a three-time all-section selection,and the 1987 Illinois State Doubles
Champion. After hovering at the No. 6 and No. 5 singles player slots in the fall
1990 season, she has torn through the ranks in an impressive fashion to become
the No. 1 singles player in only her first year here at Michigan.
PERSONAL: Aland transferred from the University of Texas-Austin after her first year
there. She is enrolled in the Physical Education program.

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