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8B - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday,

Novem ber 13, 1995-
NATIONAL COLLEGE FOOTBALL STANDINGS

Atlantic Coast Confere
Conference

once

Virginia
Florida St.
Clemson
Georgia Tech
Maryland
North Carolina
North Carolina St.
Duke
Wake Forest

7-1-0
6-1-0
6-2-0
5-3-0
4-3-0
2-4-0
1-5-0
1-6-0
0-7-0

2
is S

Saturday's games:
Florida St. 28, North Carolina 12
Virginia 21, Maryland 18
Clemson 34, Duke 17
Georgia Tech 27, North Carolina

Overall
8-3-0
8-1-0
7-3-0
6-4-0
6-4-0
4-5-0
2-7-0
3-7-0
1-9-0
t. 19
Overall
8-2-0
7-2-0
6-3-0
4-5-0
3-7-0
3-6-0
1-9-0
2-8-0

Kansas
Oklahoma
Oklahoma St.
Iowa St.
Missouri

4-2-0
2-4-0
2-4-0
1-5-0
0-6-0

8-2-0
5-4-1
3-7-0
3-7-0
2-8-0

Miami (Ohio)
Ball St.
Western Michigan
Eastern Michigan
Bowling Green
Central Michigan
Akron
Ohio
Kent

5-1-1
6-2-0
5-2-0
4-3-0
3-5-0
2-5-0
2-5-0
1-5-1
0-6-1

7-2-1
7-4-0
6-4-0
5-5-0
5-6-0
4-6-0
2-8-0
2-7-1
1-8-1

Southeastern Conference
Conference I

e Baylor 48, SMU 7
Overall Texas 52, Houston 20

North Texas
Tulane
NE Louisiana

Saturday's games:
Kansas St. 49, Iowa St. 7
Oklahoma St. 12, Oklahoma 0
Colorado 21, Missouri 0
Nebraska 41, Kansas 3
Next week's games:
Iowa St. at Missouri
Kansas at Oklahoma St.
Colorado at Kansas St.
Big West Conference

East
Florida
Tennessee
Georgia
South Carolina
Kentucky
VanderbIlt
West
Arkansas
Alabama
Auburn
LSU
Mississippi
Mississippi St.

7-0-0
5-1-0
3-5-0
2-5-1
2-5-0
1-5-0
6-1-0
5-2-0
4-3-0
3-3-1
2-5-0
1-6-0

9-0-0
8-1-0
5-5-0
4-5-1
4-6-0
2-7-0
8-2-0
8-2-0
7-3-0
5-4-1
5-5-0
3-7-0

Next week's games:
Texas Christian at Texas
Rice at Baylor
Texas Tech at SMU
Middle Tennessee St. at Texas A&M
Western Athletic Conference

Saturday's games:
Ball St. 24, Central Michigan 16
Bowling Green 26, Kent 15
Miami (Ohio) 30, Ohio 2
Western Michigan 23, Eastern Michigan 13
Toledo 41, Akron 7
Next week's games:
Eastern Michigan at Kent
Akron at Miami (Ohio)
Central Michigan at Western Michigan
Ohio at Toledo

Brigham Young
Air Force
Colorado St.
Utah
San Diego St.
Fresno St.
Hawaii
Wyoming
New Mexico
Texas-El Paso

Conference
5-1-0
5-2-0
5-2-0
5-2-0
4-2-0
2-4-0
2-4-0
2-4-0
2-5-0
0-6-0

Overall
6-3-0
7-3-0
7-3-0
6-4-0
7-3-0
5-5-0
4-5-0
4-5-0
4-6-0
1-9-0

2-8-0
2-8-0
2-9-0

Saturday's games:
Kentucky 33, Cincinnati 14
Navy 31, Delaware 7
Air Force 38, Army 20
East Carolina 28, Tulsa 7
So. Mississippi 17, Memphis 9
North Texas 41, Idaho St. 38
Louisville 39, NE Louisiana 0
Rutgers 45, Tulane 40
Next week's games:
Bucknell at Army
Tulane at Navy
Memphis at East Carolina
Cincinnati at Tulsa
North Texas at Louisville
So. Mississippi at SW Louisiana
Notre Dame at Air Force

Next week's games:
Duke at North Carolina
Clemson at South Carolina
North Carolina St. at Wake Forest
Maryland at Florida St.
Virginia Tech at Virginia
Big East Conference
Conference
Virginia Tech 6-1-0
Syracuse 4-1-0
Miami (Fla.) 4-1-0
West Virginia 3-2-0
Boston College 3-2-0
Rutgers 1-4-0
Temple 1-5-0
Pittsburgh 0-6-0

Nevada
SW Louisiana
Northern Illinois
Utah St.
Arkansas St.
New Mexico St.
Pacific
San Jose St.
Louisiana Tech
UNLV

Conference Overall
5-0-0 8-2-0
4-2-0' 6-4-0
3-2-0 3-7-0
3-2-0 3-7-0
3-3-0 5-5-0
2-3-0 3-7-0
2-3-0 3-7-0
2-3-0 3-7-0
1-4-0 4-6-0
1-4-0 2-8-0

Saturday's games:
Miami (Fla.) 17, Boston College 14
Syracuse 42, Pittsburgh 10
Virginia Tech 38, Temple 16
Rutgers 45, Tulane 40

Saturday's games:
Arkansas 24, SW Louisiana 13
Vanderbilt 29, Louisiana Tech 6
Arkansas St. 28, Northern Illinois 21
San Jose St. 38, New Mexico St. 37
Utah St. 42, UNLV 0
Nevada 45, Pacific 29
Next week's games:
Pacific at Utah St.
Mississippi Valley St. at Arkansas St.
San Jose St. at Nevada
Northern Illinois at Louisiana Tech
New Mexico St. at UNLV
Southern Mississippi at SW Louisiana
Mid-American Conference
Conference Overall
Toledo 6-0-1 9-0-1

Pacific-10 Conference
Conference
Southern Cal 6-0-1
Washington 5-1-1
Oregon 5-2-0
Stanford 4-3-0
Arizona St. 4-3-0
UCLA 3-4-0
Arizona 3-4-0
California 2-5-0
Washington St. 2-5-0
Oregon St. 0-7-0
Saturday's games:
Oregon 17, Arizona 13
Arizona St. 38, California 29
Washington 38, UCLA 14
Stanford 36, Washington St. 24
Southern Cal 28, Oregon St. 10
Next week's games:
California at Stanford
UCLA at Southern Cal
Washington St. at Washington
Oregon St: at Oregon

Overall
8-1-1
6-3-1
8-2-0
6-3-1
6-4-0
6-4-0
5-5-0
3-7-0
3-7-0
1-9-0

Saturday's games:
Alabama 14, Mississippi St. 9
Kentucky 33, Cincinnati 14
Arkansas 24, SW Louisiana 13
Vanderbilt 29, Louisiana Tech 6
Auburn 37, Georgia 31
LSU 38, Mississippi 9
Florida 63, South Carolina 7
Next week's games:
Vanderbilt at Florida
Tennessee at Kentucky
Clemson at South Carolina
Arkansas at LSU
Alabama at Auburn
Southwest Conference
Conference
Texas 4-0-0
Texas A&M 4-1-0
Baylor 4-1-0
Texas Christian 3-2-0
Texas Tech 3-2-0
Rice 1-4-0
Houston 1-4-0
SMU 0-6-0
Thursday's game:
Texas A&M 17, Rice 10
Saturday's games:
Texas Tech 27, Texas Christian 6

Overall
7-1-1
6-2-0
6-3-0
6-3-0
6-3-0
2-6-1
1-8-0
1-9-0

Saturday's games:
Air Force 38, Army 20
Colorado St. 22, Hawaii 0
Brigham Young 31, New Mexico 14
Fresno St. 47, Texas-El Paso 14
Wyoming 34, San Diego St. 31
Next week's games:
San Diego St. at Hawaii
Fresno St. at Wyoming
Utah at Brigham Young
Notre Dame at Air Force
New Mexico at Texas-El Paso
Division I-A Independents
Notre Dame 8-2-0
East Carolina 7-3-0
Louisville 6-4-0
Cincinnati 5-5-0
So. Mississippi 5-5-0
Navy 4-5-0
Tulsa 4-6-0
Army 3-5-1
Memphis 3-7-0

Ivy League
Princeton
Cornell
Dartmouth
Pennsylvania
Columbia
Yale
Brown
Harvard

Conference
5-1-0
5-1-0
4-2-0
4-2-0
3-3-0
2-4-0
1-5-0
0-6-0

Overall
8-1-0
6-3-0
7-2-0
5-3-0
3-5-1
3-6-0
4-5-0
1-8-0

Next week's games:
Boston College at Syracuse
Rutgers at Temple
West Virginia at Miami (Fla.)
Virginia Tech at Virginia
Big Eight Conference
Conference
Nebraska 6-0-0
Kansas St. 5-1-0
Colorado 4-2-0

Saturday's games:
Cornell 35, Columbia 14
Dartmouth 10, Brown 7
Pennsylvania 38, Harvard 21
Yale 21, Princeton 13
Next week's games:
Columbia at Brown
Princeton at Dartmouth
Harvard at Yale
Cornell at Pennsylvania

Overall
10-0-0
9-1-0
8-2-0

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By Doug Stevens
Daily Sports Writer
In four months, many members of the
Michigan men's swimming and diving
team will venture to Indianapolis to battle
the nation's best at the Olympic Trials.
In the meantime, the Wolverines are
concentrating on practicing hard and fac-
ing top competition to ensure that they
will be in peak condition come March 6.
Given these facts, it is easy to under-
stand why the defending NCAA Champi-
ons would choose to race against the U.S.
National Team, a squad comprised of
swimmers ranked in the top 16 in the
world in their respective events.
While the U.S. National Team beat
Michigan convincingly, 64-44, the meet
gave the Wolverines experience.
"We got spanked as far as our team

goes, but sometimes that's good," head
coach Jon Urbanchek said. "We got beaten
by a very good team. We just needed
some hard-nosed competition and we got
it."
Former Wolverines Gustavo Borges,
Carlton Bruner and Eric Wunderlich were
among the top-flight competitors that
Michigan faced Friday. Borges, the cap-
tain oflast year's NCAA Champion team,
won the silver medal at the 1992 Olym-
pics in the 100 meter freestyle. Bruner
and Wunderlich are United States Swim-
ming National Champions in the 1500-
meter free and the 100- and 200-meter
breaststroke, respectively.
In addition to those three alumni, cur-
rent Wolverine Tom Dolan swam for the
U.S. National Team. Dolan, who is red-
shirting this semester, is the current world

record holder in the 400-meter IM and
won three events at the NCAAs this past
spring.
"This term, I am basically just training
for the Olympic Trials," Dolan said. "I
want to get in good training without hav-
ing to focus on school work."
The No. 1Wolverines entered the meet
after convincing wins over top 10 foes
California and Minnesota, and anticipated
facing heralded competition.
Although members of the national team
won most of the individual races, the
Wolverines held their own and seemed to
be pushed by their opponents.
"This meet (gave) Michigan a chance
to swim against the best," assistant coach
Alex Braunfeld said. "These are the people
they will compete against for the Olym-
pics."

S in Olympi
In the 1500-meter freestyle, Bruner1
pushed freshman Andy Potts through
the entire race and Potts finished just
behind Bruner with an impressive time
of 15:59.
Another race in which a Michigan +
competitor swam particularly well was
in the 400-meter freestyle. Michigan's
John Piersma, the No. I swimmer in the
world in this event, was pushed by
Bruner, in addition to teammates Chris
Rumley and Potts. Piersma, who swam
a 4:03.70, nipped a quickly finishing
Bruner by .07 seconds.
"It was a good swim by Piersma,"
Urbanchek said. "(The 400 free) was a
very tight race." .
Friday night Wolverine fans were
introduced to freshman Tom Mal chow.
Malchow, who has qualified for the

c tuneup
national team, swam in his first Michi-
gan meet Friday after missing the team's
first two competitions due to pneumo-
nia. Malchow finished sixth in a-very
tough 200-meter freestyle field, but
came back and won the 200-meter but-
terfly with a time of 2:06.32.
"I was excitedjust to swim forMichi-
gan, finally. It was a good experience,"
Malchow said. "Anytime you swim
against the national team, you are going
to swim your best."
Considering that the Wolverines
swam well and given a good taste of the
level of competition that they will face
at the Olympic Trials, the meet was
beneficial to Michigan.
"The meet brought out the best in
both teams," Urbanchek said. "Above
all, it was a fun meet."

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