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Page 2 --The Michigan Daily - Sports Monday - March 1, 1993

'M' Sports Calendar
Monday, March 1
No events scheduled
Tuesday, March 2
Men's Basketball vs. Iowa, 7:30 p.m. (ESPN),
Crisler Arena.
Wednesday, March 3
No events scheduled.
Thursday, March 4
Men's Swimming & Diving at Big Ten
Conference Championships, all day,
Indianapolis.
Friday, March 5
Ice Hockey at Kent State, 7 p.m., Kent.
Women's Basketball vs. Illinois, 7:30 p.m.,
Crisler Arena.
Men's Swimming & Diving at Big Ten
Conference Championships, all day,
Indianapolis.
Women's Gymnastics at Florida, 7:30 p.m.,
Gainesville, Fla.
Men's Track & Field at Big Ten Indoor
Championships, all day, Madison.
Women's Track & Field at Big Ten Indoor
Championships, all day, Bloomington.
Baseball at Oklahoma, 4 p.m., Oklahoma City,
Okla.
Saturday, March 6
Ice Hockey at Ohio State, 7 p.m., Columbus.
Wrestling at Big Ten Conference Championships,
all day, Columbus.
Men's Swimming & Diving at Big Ten
Conference Championships, all day,
Indianapolis.
Men's Track & Field at Big Ten Indoor
Championships, all day, Madison.
Women's Track & Field at Big Ten Indoor
Championships, all day, Bloomington.
Baseball vs. Iowa State, 12 p.m., at Oklahoma 4
p.m., Oklahoma City, Okla.
Sunday, March 7
Men's Basketball vs. Michigan State, 2 p.m.
(CBS), Crisler Arena.
Wrestling at Big Ten Conference Championships,
all day, Columbus.
Men's Gymnastics at Michigan State, 2 p.m.,
East Lansing.
Baseball at Oklahoma, 1 p.m., Oklahoma City,
Okla.
Trivia Answer
Bowling Green's George McPhee won the prestigious
Hobey Baker Award in 1982. The Falcon forward led his
team in assists that season with 52. For his career,
McPhee tallied 114 goals and 153 assists. McPhee went
on to play for the NHL'sNew York Rangers and New
Jersey Devils.

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Alan Tims-nin

Here is a look at how the top 25 men's basketball teams in the
nation performed over the weekend.

The rankings in the Albany Times-Union hockey poll,
as of Feb. 28, with first-place votes in parentheses.

Team
1. Indiana

Record How they fared
25-3 beat Minnesota, 86-75

Team

Points Last Week

2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.

Kentucky
North Carolina
Arizona
Michigan
Florida State
Kansas
Vanderbilt
Duke
Cincinnati
Utah
Wake Forest
UNLV
Seton Hall

21-3
24-3
21-2
22-4
21-8
22-5
23-4
22-5
21-4
22-3
18-6
19-4
22-6
18-6
20-6

beat Auburn, 80-78
beat No. 6 Florida State, 86-76
beat Oregon, 99-68
beat Ohio State, 66-64
lost to No. 3 N. Carolina, 86-76
beat Colorado, 72-68
beat Mississippi State, 80-39
beat UCLA, 78-67
lost to Ala.-Birmingham, 67-60
beat Brigham Young, 89-83
beat No. 22 Virginia, 58-56
beat Utah State, 94-86
beat Connecticut, 82-74
beat Mississippi, 85-63
lost to Louisville, 94-67

1. Maine (24)
2. Michigan (1)
3. Miami (Ohio)
4. Boston Univ.
5. Minn.-Duluth
6. Harvard
7. Lake Superior
8. RPI
9. Wisconsin
10. Minnesota

31-1-2
24-5-2
24-7-3
24-7-2
23-8-1
19-3-2
21-7-4
17-7-4
21-11-2
16-11-7

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218
184
168
153
152
88
69
49
20

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15. Arkansas
16. Tulane
17. Purdue
18. Iowa
19. New Orleans
20. Marquette

15-8 lost to Northwestern, 62-59

19-6
23-2

beat Michigan State, 66-64
beat South Alabama, 71-62

Others receivina votes:

19-6 lost to Memphis State, 69-63

21.
22.
23.
24.
25.

Massachusetts
Virginia
Brigham Young
Xavier
Pittsburgh

18-6
16-8
22-6
19-3
16-8

lost to West Virginia, 79-54
lost to No. 12 W. Forest, 58-56
lost to No. 11 Utah, 89-83
beat Detroit Mercy, 93-74
beat Georgetown, 51-48

Clarkson
Michigan State
New Hampshire
Brown
St. Lawrence

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TEAM Women's Swimrming
HOMETOWN: Poughkeepsie, New York
YEAR: Sophomore
ELIGIBILITY: Sophomore
WHY: Humphrey tied with fellow Wolverine Mindy Gehrs as the Big Ten championship's High
Point scorer with 57 points and was named Big Ten Swimmer of the Year. She successfully
defended her titles in the 100 and 200-yard backstrokes, setting Big Ten meet and Canham
natatorium records with times of 54.50 and 1:56.15 respectively.
BACKGROUND: Humphrey was named All-American in four events during her first season as
a Wolverine. She also won the Big Ten championship in both the 100 and 200-yard
backstrokes.

Humphrey

Women track stars shine at Invitational

by Tom Bausano
Daily Sports Writer

The Michigan women's
team had a productive spring

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As part of their preparation for the
upcoming Big Ten championships,
the Wolverines hosted the Silverston
Invitational last Saturday.
Michigan assistant coach Mike
McGuire said it was a good tuneup
for the Big Tens.
"We got some good things done
today," McGuire said. "I thought
(Chris) Szabo was outstanding.
Richell (Webb) and Laura (Jerman)
had some great races. This very well
may be the best team Michigan has
taken to the Championships. Now
we just have to make sure that we
perform on those two days."
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meet as a chance to qualify for Na-
tionals. The NCAA creates two
standards for each event: an
automatic time, which guarantees a
berth in the NCAAs, and a
provisional time. A select number of
those who make the provisional
standard roound out the NCAA field.
Szabo gunned for the provisional
time in the 3000 meters. She needed
to hit the mark of 9:38.00 in order to
hit the provisional standard. With the
pacing help of former Michigan
standout Mindy Schmidt, Szabo
placed second with the time of

9:35.39, putting her 18th on the
provisional list.
"I felt pretty relaxed," Szabo
said. "We planned on having Mindy
help with the pace, and it paid off. I
still have next weekend to improve
my position."
Kelly Chard also ran in the 3000
and placed third in 9:48.30.
Jerman scored a trifecta by taking
a first, second, and third. Jerman
captured third in the long jump with
a distance of 17' 9 1/4," ran a per-
sonal best of 8.03 in the 55-meter
hurdles, which was good for second,

and completed the day by winning
the 200 in 25.97.
Webb placed first both in the 400
and in the 55. Tearza Johnson also
performed well, placing third in the
400 and second in the 55.
The 800 went down to the wire.
Karen Harvey took second with the
time of 2:11.13. Three Michigan
runners kicked it out for an exciting
race for third. Molly McClimon
crossed the finish line in the time of
2:12.22, followed by Jessica Kluge
in 2:12.56, and Courtney Babcock in
2:12.84.

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Added training benefits men runners

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by Tonya Broad
Daily Sports Writer
The men's track and field team
participated in two separate track
meets over spring break while
preparing for the Big Ten Champi-
onships.
Michigan ran at the Eastern
Michigan Classic held at Eastern
Michigan University and the Silver-
ston Invitational held here in Ann
Arbor. The team used the meets to

fine tune its athletes for the confer-
ence meet.
The Wolverines switched the
lineup at EMU to overtrain some
athletes while undertraining others.
Viewing the results from the Silver-
ston Invitational meet, this move
proved beneficial. Michigan won or
placed high in most events.
The highlights of the afternoon
were the phenomenal freshman per-
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his steps together to win the high
jump (7'1 1/2"). Royce has been try-
ing to solidify his approach to be-
come a more consistent jumper.
"He jumped well and I'm glad to
see it," Michigan coach Jack Harvey
said. "He'd had problems and it's a
good time to be back on top of
things."
Scott MacDonald posted another
highlight as he sprinted to a win in
the mile run with the din of the
crowd driving him home. MacDon-
ald eclipsed the field running a
4:02.03 mile. While the time was
outstanding, it does not automati-
cally qualify MacDonald for the
NCAA meet.
Other standouts included Toby
VanPelt, who won the pole vault by
almost a foot; Todd Burnham, who
won the 400 meter (48.89 seconds)
and Nick Karfunta who won the 600
meter run (1:20.8).

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