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Page 2-The Michigan Daily-Sports Monday- March 4,1991

Michigan Sports
Calendar
A compilation of Michigan sporting events for
the upcoming week.
Monday, March 4
Men's Tennis at Pepperdine
Tuesday, March 5
No events scheduled.
Wednesday, March 6
No events scheduled.
Thursday, March 7
Women's Basketball vs. Michigan State, 7:30 p.m., Crisler
Arena
Friday, March 8
Ice Hockey vs. Ferris State, 5 p.m., Joe Louis Arena
Women's Swimming at EMU Invitational
Men's Swimming at Diving Zone Meet, Columbus, OH
Men's Baseball at South Alabama
Women's Tennis at Northwestern, 4 p.m.
Saturday, March 9
Ice Hockey CCHA Playoffs, Joe Louis Arena, TBA
Men's Basketball vs. Michigan State, 3 p.m., Crisler Arena
Women's Swimming at EMU Invitational
Men's Swimming at Diving Zone Meet, Columbus, OH
Women's Gymnastics at Iowa, 4 p.m.
{ Men's Baseball at South Alabama Tourney
Men's Tennis vs. Northwestern, 1 p.m., Liberty Sports
Complex
Sunday, March 10
Men's Gymnastics at Kent State, 1 p.m.
Women's Basketball at Ohio State, 2 p.m.
Men's Baseball at South Alabama Tourney
Women's Tennis vs. Miami (OH), 11 a.m., Track-Tennis
Building

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ASSOCIATED PRESS
BASKETBALL TOP 25

NCAA DIVISION I
SELECTION COMMITTEE POLL
Beginning in mid-January, the NCAA Division I poll is
released weekly to the media. It is the measuring stick
used in the selection of the 12-team NCAA Tournament
field. This poll was released Feb. 25.

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Ohio St.
Arkansas
North Carolina

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Kansas
New Mexico St.
Oklahoma St.
Kentucky
Southern Miss.
Nebraska
UCLA
St. John's
LSU
E. Tennessee St.
Seton Hall
Princeton
Pittsburgh
Mississippi St.

27-0
25-1
28-3
22-5
25-4
26-4
24-6
25-6
26-2
21-6
23-4
21-6
22-6
21-6
24-6
21-7
20-7
20-8
27-4
19-8
23-2
20-10
20-7
18-9
20-10

Beat Fullerton St., 104-83
Beat Michigan St., 65-64
Lost to Texas, 99-86
Lost to (8) Duke, 83-77
Beat Wisconsin, 74-61
Beat Georgetown, 62-58
Lost to Oregon, 62-58
Beat (4) UNC, 83-77
Beat BYU, 72-71 (OT)
Lost to (15) Nebraska, 85-75
Beat Fresno St., 105-80
Lost to Iowa St., 68-67
Beat Auburn, 114-93
Lost to Tulane, 82-65
Beat (10) Kansas, 85-75
Versus Washington, inc.
Lost to DePaul,79-69
Lost to (23) Miss. St., 76-73
Beat Tenn.-Chatt., 104-71
Beat Boston College, 81-74
Beat Dartmouth, 56-49
Lost to Connecticut, 78-68
Beat (18) LSU, 76-73
Beat Tennessee, 96-88
Lost to Maryland, 78-74 (OT)

Team
1. Lake Superior
2. N. Michigan
3. Boston College
4. Maine
5. Michigan
6. Boston University
(tie) Minnesota
8. Clarkson
9. Wisconsin
10. Cornell
11. Providence
12. New Hampshire
13. North Dakota
14. St. Lawrence
15. Ferris State

Record
31-3-4
29-5-4
27-9-0
28-7-2
29-6-3
22-10-2
25-6-5
20-7-2
24-11-3
15-8-3
19-9-2
22-10-2
21-15-2
18-11-1
21-12-5

Points
60
54
53
49
44
38
38
32
28
20
19
18
13
6
4

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24. Alabama
25. Virginia

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Michigan Daily Athlete-of-the-Week

WHO: Steve Bigelow
TEAM: Men's swimming
HOMETOWN: Ft. Wayne, In.
YEAR: Sophomore

WHY: Bigelow helped lead the Wolverines to their sixth
straight Big Ten title. In winning the 100 and 200-yard
backstrokes, in :49.92 and 1:46.33, respectively,
Bigelow qualified for the NCAA Championships in
both events and reset his own Big Ten record in the
200 backstroke. Bigelow also swam the backstroke
leg of the 400 medley relay which placed second and
also qualified for the NCAA Championships.

Sports Monday
Senior Editors
Theodore Cox
Phil Green
Matt Rennie
Night Editors
Albert Lin
John Niyo
Trainees
Chris Carr
Tim Spolar

Current head coach
Red Berenson
(1961-62) and Dave
Debol (1976-77) both
scored 43 goals in
one season.
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American Express
Announces A Great New
Travel Program.

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Now students can get the Card
and get 3 roundtrips on Continental
Airlines, for only $129 or $189 each.
There's only one way to cover a lot of territory without spending
a lot of money And that's by getting the American Express'*Card.
It's the only card that offers an exciting new travel program
exclusively for students-including three roundtrip certificates on
Continental Airlines.

48 contiguous states. And you can fly almost anytime-because
there are no blackout dates. But you must make your reservations
within 14 days of the day you leave. And the maximum stay is
7 days/6 nights and must include a Saturday night.
In addition to this great travel program, you'll also enjoy all
the benefits of Cardmembership as well as other exclusive student
privileges. They include a quarterly magazine filled with informa-
tive articles on summer jobs, careers, campus life. Plus valuable
discounts from leading retailers.
But remember, there's only one way to get all this-and that's
by getting the American Express Card. Just call us (have your bank
r address and account number on hand). What's more,

FA(TE
Fada: Fr Armercar Ch ^ese CAA Erarges
Study in China Summer 1991
STUDENTS * PREPROFESSIONALS
Language and Culture Program: Shanghai
"lntensive Mandarin language courses
Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced
" Overnight excursions & cultural activities
Gredit granted (1 semester to 1 year)
June 16-August 9 (8 wks)
July 1-August 9 (6wks)
Trade and Law Program Taipei and Shanghai
Course examines comparative economic
and legal reforms for d weeks in
Shanghai and'or two weeks in Taipei
" Field trips to important trade institutions
.nme 21-August 21: hanaal

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