New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 18, 1995, Page 10

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 18, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas Page 10A ■ Herald-Zeitung ■ Wednesday, Jan. 18, 1995Sports Day College basketball top 25 The top 25 teams in The Associated Press’ college basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, record through Jan. 15, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote, and previous rankings A Record Pts Prv I. Massachusetts (47) III 1,629 I 2. Connecticut (16) 12-0 1,588 2 3. North Carolina (3) 12-1 1,520 4 4. UCLA 9-1 1,383 6 5. Kentucky 10-2 1,357 7 6. Syracuse 12-1 1,273 8 7. Kansas 11-2 1,221 3 8. Maryland 13-3 1,163 9 9. Arkansas 13-3 1,118 5 IO. Georgetown I l-l 1,113 IO ll. Arizona 12-3 980 13 12. Michigan St. 10-2 859 ll 13. Arizona St. 12-3 839 12 14. Iowa St. 13-2 754 23 15. Wake Forest 9-2 670 14 16. Missouri 12-2 597 17 17. Oregon 11-1 487 25 18. Virginia 10-3 421 — 19. New Mexico St 12-3 370 24 20. Illinois 13-3 248 — 21. Stanford 11-2 240 — 22. Georgia Tech 9-5 191 22 23. Cincinnati 12-5 140 — 24. Florida 7-5 122 15 25. Penn 8-2 121 21 Other receiving votes: Alabama 119. Clemson 118, Vil- lanova 77, California 71, Texas 69, Saint Louis 56, Iowa 52, Indiana 49, Duke 48, Oklahoma 48. Tulane 38, Brigham Young 35, Nebraska 33, Louisville 29, Xavier, Ohio 27, Auburn 17, Penn SL 17, Purdue 17, Utah 16, Mississippi 15, Virginia Tech 14, Mississippi St. 12, Providence 11, Marquette IO, N.C. Charlotte 9, Ohio U. 8, Memphis 6, Temple 6, Utah St. 6, N. Carolina St. 5, Texas-El Paso 5, LSU I, Santa Clara I, Va. Commonwealth 1. Rice off to 3-0 start in SWC By MICHAEL A. LUTZ AP Sports Writer HOUSTON (AP) — Rice coach Willis Wilson has the Owls off to a 3-0 start in Southwest Conference play. Now he must figure out how to keep them on top. “We need to learn how to handle 3-0,” Wilson said Tuesday night after a 66-62 victory over Texas A&M. “Every year in the conference a team gels off to a fast start and sags near the end. We’ve got to learn how to continue.” The Owls (7-6) ended a three-game losing streak against the Aggies and extended A&M’s road losing streak to seven in a row. The Aggies (7-10,1-2) are 2-10 away from home. The Aggies never led, but they tied it at 47-47 with 5:11 left to play. Rice regained the lead, then A&M knotted it again at 51-51 until Tommy McGhee’s basket gave Rice the lead for good with 3:34 to play. “We worked on changing defenses and preparing for conference play and we were really prepared tonight,” Wilson said. “A&M has an advantage in athleticism but I thought we could shoot better from spots.” Joe Wilbert led the Aggies with 32 points and Tony McGinnis was the only other Aggie in double figures with 11 points. Adams Peakes kept his hot-shooting hand with 20 points, including four free throws over the final 30 seconds. Peakes, who scored 32 and 26 points in his previous two games, had nine points at the half as the Owls took the lead from the start and never lost it, taking a 31-29 lead at intermission. The Owls outscored A&M 9-2 to start the second half for a 40-31 lead, their biggest margin of the game. “It was a tough loss,” Wilbert said. “With the freshmen we have and a young team, we put it all out." DENTURES CE TUE 9CS 1. The PALATELESS UPPER DENTURE BENEFITS A. NO MORE GAGGING B. ENJOY THE TASTE OF FOOD AGAIN C. NO MORE USING GLUE 2. THE SNAP-ON LOWER DENTURE BENEFITS A. ALLOWS FOR BETTER SPEAKING ABILITY B. INCREASE CHEWING POWER C. NO MORE USING GLUE D. MINIMUM AMOUNT OF DENTURE MOVEMENT •WHY BE DENIED THE FOODS THAT ARE HARD TO EAT, BECAUSE OF ILL FITTING DENTURES 1995 Cruise Alaska on Holland America 1/3 OFF ms Nieuw Amsterdam May 20. June 3. July 29, Aug. 11 & Sept 9 ms Noordam May 11i, June 22, July 6. Aug. 17 a. 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