2 - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, March 7, 1994
Here is how the top 25 teams in college football fared this week-
end. First-place votes are in parentheses.
Cavaliers beat Bulls; Robinson
ruins Shaquille's birthday
WHO: Ray Jackson
TEAM: Men's Basketball
HOMETOWN: Austin, Texas
WHY: Jackson had a career-high 22 points in Michigan's 95-94 loss to Purdue yesterday. The forward
shot 75 percent from the floor, missing on no shots inside the three-point arc.
BACKGROUND: Jackson has been a defensive constant for Michigan over the last three seasons. In the
1993 NCAA tournament, Jackson stepped up his game scoring 19 points against both Coastal Carolina
Cavs 99, Bulls 95
B.J. Armstrong committed a criti-
cal 10-second violation in the final
minute and Cleveland scored its last
five points on free throws as the streak-
ing Cavaliers beat the slumping Chi-
cago Bulls, 99-95, yesterday.
The Cavaliers won their 10th in a
row, one away from the team record set
twice before. The Bulls have lost five
straight, their longest skid since they
dropped six in a row in April 1989.
John Williams, subbing for in-
jured Brad Daugherty, led Cleveland
with 23 points and made the foul shot
that put Cleveland ahead by four with
5.1 seconds to play.
Spurs 111, Magic 103
David Robinson scored 36 points
and Dale Ellis added 22 to pace the
San Antonio Spurs to a 111-103 vic-
tory over Orlando yesterday.
Robinson and Ellis combined for
24 of San Antonio's 37 fourth-quarter
points to guide a 16-point comeback
in the last 14 minutes.
Robinson chipped in with 13 re-
bounds, seven assists and six blocked
shots in his duel with Orlando center
Shaquille O'Neal, who marked team-
high totals of 32 points and 11 re-
bounds on his 22nd birthday.
Orlando shot only 33 percent from
the field in the fourth quarter as the
Magic were outscored 37-17.
M' lacrosse team rolls past Northwestern, 26-4
By WILL McCAHILL
DAILY SPORTS WRITER
Besides humans, wolverines are
the only creatures that kill things for
The Michigan men's lacrosse club
lived up to that advanced billing Sat-
urday night by mauling Northwest-
Michigan's victory came without
a few high-scoring midfielders, who
were out with injuries.
Freshman attackman Bill
Argersinger, sophomore midfielder
Dave Reichel and graduate student
Doug Henke led the team with four
goals each, while junior midfielder
John Kolakowski added four assists
to his two goals for a game-high six
Eight Wolverines had at least two
goals, with a total of twelve recording
either a goal or an assist.
Things looked bad from the outset
for the Wildcats, who got lost on the
way to Oosterbaan Field House. But
to their credit, they kept things rela-
tively close for the first 15 minutes of
play, as the first quarter ended with
Michigan up by only five goals, 7-2.
It was then that the Michigan ma-
chine started to roll, paced by
Reichel's four goals, and two goals
each from Henke andjuniorattackman
Sten Carlson. The Wolverines posted
an 18-2 halftime lead.
The Michigan defense was a vir-
tual stone wall, allowing the Wild-
cats' offense less than two minutes
inside the Michigan zone.
"We just come to play hard," cap-
tain Kolakowski said. "If people don't
play hard we don't want them."
Inasmuch as the team has a motto,
that would be it. And play hard they
did, despite encountering a slightly
"We played great as a team,"
Argersinger said. "We had lots of
guys scoring tonight."
Kolakowski gave much of the
credit to the long-stick midfielders
for getting the ball into Northwestern
territory, and to midfielder Brent
Plater for winning the lion's share of
the game's many faceoffs.
"Northwestern gave us our tough-
est game last year," Reichel said. "We
were expecting a good game, and we
were really pumped up for it."
"They weren't as strong as we
expected, but we also played ex-
tremely well," added coach Robert
DiGiovanni said he was pleased
that Michigan jumped out to such a
big lead, because it let him put in
players who wouldn't normally be
seeing so much playing time.
"I started putting in subs two-thd*
of the way through the second quar-
ter, who normally don't get in until
the fourth quarter," he said. "It's good
to let them see what it's like in the first
The Wolverines will now start
preparing for their next opponent,
Detroit's Motor City Lacrosse Club,
which comes to Oosterbaan Wednes-
"They should be a pretty stronP
team, with a lot of players just out of
East Coast Division I schools,"
Kolakowski said. "They may not be
in the best shape, but their stick skills
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Purdue's last Big Ten title
came in the 1987-88 season.@
The Boilermakers have won18
conference titles in school
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