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- The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, March 13, 1995

Associated Press Top 25
Here are the weekend results for the top 25 teams in the AP men's
basketball poll.

Team
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.

UCLA
Kansas
Kentucky
North Carolina
Arkansas
Connecticut
Wake Forest
Massachusetts
Michigan State
Maryland
Virginia
Arizona
Villanova
Purdue
Mississippi State
Oklahoma
Missouri
Arizona State
Oklahoma State
Alabama
Syracuse
Utah
Western Kentucky
Georgetown
Oregon

Record
25-2
23-5
25-4
24-5
27-6
25-4
24-5
26-4
22-5
24-7
22-8
23-7
25-7
24-6
20-7
23-8
19-8
22-8
23-9
22-9
19-9
27-5
26-3
19-9
19-8

How they fared
beat Oregon, 94-78
lost to Iowa State, 80-72
beat No. 5 Arkansas, 95-93
lost to No. 7 W. Forest, 82-80
lost to No. 3 Kentucky, 95-93
lost to No. 13 Villanova, 94-78
beat No. 4 N. Carolina, 82-80
did not play
beat Wisconsin, 97-72
lost to No. 4 N. Carolina, 97-92
lost to No. 7 W. Forest, 77-68
lost to No. 18 ASU, 103-98
beat No. 6 Connecticut, 94-78
beat Michigan, 73-67
lost to Florida, 80-64
lost to No. 19 Okla. St., 74-58
lost to Iowa St., 68-50
beat No. 12 Arizona, 103-98
beat Iowa State, 62-53
lost to No. 5 Arkansas, 69-58
lost to Providence, 71-69
beat Hawaii, 67-54
did'not play
lost to Connecticut, 88-81
lost to No. 1 UCLA, 94-78

'M' women tumblers
defeat Tigers, B ruins

At heeoteWe
WHO: Mike Knuble
TEAM: Hockey
HOMETOWN: Caledonia
YEAR: Senior
ELIGIBILITY: Senior
WHY: Knuble had a hat trick in each of the Wolverines' first-round games against Ohio State Friday and
Saturday. He had three goals and one assist against the Buckeyes in Friday's game and scored the first three
of Michigan's four goals Saturday. He was named CCHA Offensive Player of the Week, the third time he's
received this honor during the 1994-95 season.
BACKGROUND: The right wing scored his 33rd goal of the season against Ohio State, surpassing his goal total of
1993-94. Despite missing five games this season, he is among the CCHA goal-scoring leaders. Knuble was a
fourth-round draft choice of the Detroit Red Wings in 1991.

Knuble

By Sarah DeMar
Daily Sports Writer
New equipment and a new envi-
ronment in Crisler Arena didn't af-
fect the Michigan women's gym-
nastics team.
The Wolverines scored a sea-
son-high 196.625 Friday during the
Ryca Invitational.
In beating both UCLA (194.7)
and Auburn (187.2), Michigan
proved that the move to Crisler was
not a handicap.
"I liked Crisler better," junior
Wendy Marshall said. "It's bigger
and we had all brand-new equip-
ment for the meet.
-."It was a good preparation for
regionals (which will be held there),
anl for the bigger gyms during na-
tiI als."
:.The two victories extended
Michigan's record to 15-2.
-The Wolverines dominated ev-
ery event against Auburn and fell
short to UCLA on the uneven bars
by three-tenths of a point. However,
Michigan beat the Bruins in the
vault, floor exercise and balance

beam.
"We really stayed together as a
team," Marshall said. "We didn't
worry about anything other than us,
and we stayed really motivated
which made it more exciting and
fun."
Marshall and freshman Heather
Kabnick tied for the No. 1 position,
both achieving an all-around rating
of 39.425.
Senior co-captain Beth Wymer
grabbed third overall with the meet's
only perfect score on the uneven
bars and a 39.325 all-around.
UCLA's Dareema Marrow and
Dee Fisher claimed fifth and sixth
all-around, respectively, and
Michigan's Andrea McDonald
placed seventh.
The Wolverines were most po-
tent against the Bruins and Tigers
on the floor, exercise, claiming the
first three positions.
Wymer won the event and was
followed by Kabnick and Marshall.
Team co-captain Kelly Carfora
placed fifth while McDonald fin-
ished sixth.

Blue gymnasts set all-time school record-

Winkler leads Wolverines to second-place finish in final home meet of the season

J.

By Chris Murphy
Daily Sports Writer
The Michigan men's gymnastics
team turned in itsbestperformanceof
the year in competition against top-
caliber teams in Saturday's Michigan
Invitational at Cliff Keen Arena.
In fact, the Wolverines' score of
227.7 was the highest in school his-
tory.
Michigan finished second only
to Penn State (229.6), outscoring
Temple (227.6), Illinois-Chicago
(227.1) and Western Michigan
(222.4).
Saturday marked the final home
meet for five Wolverine seniors. Cory
Huttenga, Royce Toni, Brian Winkler
and captains Rich Dopp and Raul
Molina bid farewell to Cliff Keen
Arena on a high note.
"The seniors pulled together and
it trickled down." Dopp said. "The

younger guys saw how we pulled
together and everyone got a lot out
of it."
Michigan's consistency was the
pivotal factor in its performance.
While the Wolverines have struggled
at key times this season, they were
solid in all events Saturday.
"This is probably the first time the
team really competed smart," head
coach Bob Darden said. "They ap-
proached the meet with a real strong
attitude to just do what they can do
and do the best they can."
Michigan started out strong on the
floor exercises, highlighted by
Winkler's 9.9.
The team was able to remain con-
sistent through two of the toughest
events - the pommel horse (37.4)
and rings (38.7). '
"The team had a focus and they
were reacting on each other's perfor-

mances," Darden said. "That's the
kind of dynamic the team has to es-
tablish."
Junior Bob Young finished with
an all-around' score of 56.85, and
sophomore Jason MacDonald per-
formed well on the floor (9.4) and the
high bar (9.55).
Michigan was also helped by an
energetic crowd at Cliff Keen. With
the seniors on their way out, a size-
able contingent showed up to say
goodbye.
"The atmosphere of coming to
Michigan is great," assistant coach
Mike Milidonis said. "These teams
love coming here because it's a great
institution for a meet.
"It's a great arena and it's a great
crowd."
The Wolverines will be looking
to build on this weekend's perfor-
mance in preparation for the Big

"This is probably
the first time thea
team really
competed smart
- Bob Darden
Michigan men's gymnastics
coach
Ten Championships.
"This is the turning point in our
season," Toni said. "Tonight we came
in, sucked it up and got over our
injuries. And hopefully this is the.
turning point for Big Tens."
With this performance under its'
belt, Michigan is looking towardsa
two-week training period for the con-
ference championship, which will be,.
held March 25-26 at Illinois.

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