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-- SPORTSMonday - February 24, 1997

NBA Standings
Eastern Conference

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Western Conference

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Atlantic Division
T eam W
Miami 42
New York 40
" Otlando 27
: Washington 24
New Jersey 16
Philadelphia 14
Boston 11
Central Division
Jeam W
Chicago 48
Detroit 40
Atlanta 35
Charlotte 34
Cleveland 30
Indiana 25
Milwaukee 25
Toronto 19

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13
15
25
30
38
39
43
L
6
13
18
21
23
28
29
35

Pct.
.778
.727
.519
.444
.296
.264
.204
Pet.
.888
.755
.660
.618
.566
.471
.463
.352

GB
2
13.5
17.5
25.5
27
30.5
GG
7.5
12.5
14.5
17.5
22.5
23
29

Midwest DivIuwon
Team W
Utah 38
Houston 36
Minnesota 27
Dallas 17
Denver 17
San Antonio 13
Vancouver 11
Pacific Division

L
15
19
27
34
39
40
47
L
15
16
26
30
29
32
35

Pct.
.71.7
.55
.500
.333
.304
.245
.190
Pet.
.717
.704
.527
.444
.431
.385
.364

GB
3
11.5
20
22.5
25
28.5
GB
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10
14.5
15
17.5
19

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

Who: Shannon Shakespeare
Hometown: Winnipeg, Manitoba
High School: Kelvin School

Sport: Swimming
Year: Freshman
Eligibility: Freshman

Team
Seattle
LA. Lakers
Portland
Sacramento
L.A. Clippers
Golden State
Phoenix

W
38
38
29
24
22
20
20

Why: The freshman, who is not related to the great bard, won six Big
Ten titles and earned 60 points for the team as the Wolverines won
their 11th consecutive Big Ten championship this weekend.
Background: Represented Canada in the 1996 Olympics in the 100
free, 400 free relay, 800 frg relay and the 400 medley relay ... Seven
time Canadian national champion ... Holds the Canadian records for the
50-meter and 100-meter freestyle ... Enrolled in the College of
Literature, Science and Arts ... Born May 6, 1977

NHL Standings
Eastern Conference

Snakespeare

Western Conference

Atlantic Division
Team W
Philadelphia 35
Florida 28
New Jersey 29
N.Y. Rangers 28
Washington 23
Tampa Bay 23
N.Y, Islanders 20

17
19
18
26
30
29
30

T
9
14
12
9
6
7
10
T
10
5
8
11
13
7

Pts.
79
70
70
65
52
53
50
Pts.
74
67
56
55
53
47

Central Division
Team W
Dallas 40
Detroit 28
St. Louis 28
Phoenix 27
Chicago 25
Toronto 23
Pacific Division
Team W
Colorado 37
Edmonton 29
Calgary 25
Vancouver 27
Anaheim 25
Los Angeles 21
San Jose 21

L
22
19
27
29
28
36
L
14
27
30
31
30
33
33

T
4
12
8
4
8
2
T
8
6
7
2
6
8
6

Pts.
76
68
64
58
58
48
Pts.
82
64
57
56
56
50
48

NCAA Men's Basketball Results

COMMUNITY SERVICE

Northeast Division
Team W L
Buffalo 32 19
Pittsburgh 31 24
fhartford 24 28
Montreal 22 29
Ottawa 20 26
Boston 20 33

Sunday
East
Pittsburgh 75, Boston college 71
Boston University 57, Maine 50
lona 64, Siena 58
Loyola (Md.) 67, Fairfield 59
Villanova 65, Connecticut 58
St. Peters 71, Niagara 58
Canisius 63, Manhattan 44
Midwest
Purdue 67, Michigan 58

Dayton 69, UMass 67
South
Mississippi 67, Florida 65
Mississippi State 93, Arkansas 77
N. Carolina-Charlotte 86, AlaBirmingham 74
Virginia Tech 76, Duquesne 62
VMI 97, East Tennesee State 75
Florida State 67, Clemson 65
South Florida 65, St. Louis 62
Tulane 81, Houston 77

Southwest
New Mexico State 72, North Texas 68
West
UCLA 73, Duke 69
Saturday
Big Ten
Indiana 64, Northwestern 49
Minnesota 67, Illinois 66
Michigan State 71, Penn State 57
Iowa 69, Ohio State 56

STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

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Who: Blake Sloan
Hometown: Morton Grove, 1ll.
High School: Dover-Sherborn

Sport: Hockey
Year: Senior
Eligibility: Senior

Transactions
Yesterday
Baseball
Detroit Tigers - Signed outfielder Pedro Munoz to a minor league ocntract and invited
him to spring training.
Milwaukee Brewers - Signed pitcher Peter Benny and catcher Bobby Hughes to one-
year contracts.
Basketball
Golden State Warriors - Placed guard B.J. Armstrong on the injured list with torn
cartilage in his left knee. Activated Lou Roe from the injured list.
Utah Jazz - Placed forward Adam Keith on the injured list with a left hamstring contu-
sion. Activated swingman Jamie Watson from the injured list.
Hockey
Calgary Flames - Agreed to loan defenseman Mark Hussey to the New York Islanders
IHL affiliate, the Utah Grizzlies, in exchange for center Jim Dowd being
loaned to the Saint John Flames, Calgary's AHL affiliate.
Friday
College
Cal State Northridge - Named Jeff Kearin outside linebackers coach, Rob Phenecie
receivers coach, John Rosenberg defensive coordinator, Aron Gideon
offensive line coach and Jimmy Hackett defensive line coach.
Baseball
Texas Rangers - Signed pitcher Danny Patterson and infielder Fernando Tatis to one-
year contracts.
Basketball
Milwaukee Bucks - Placed center Andrew Lang on the injured list with tendinitis in
right achillies. Signed guard Cuonzo Martin.
Phoenix Suns - Signed center Horacio Llamas Grey to a 10-day contract; elected not
to resign Dexter Boney,
Football
Buffalo Bills - Signed wide receiver/returner Jimmy Cunningham, who played last
year with the Toronto Argonauts of the CFL, and kicker Carlos Huerta.
New York Giants - Allocated quarterback Stan White to the London Monarchs of the
World League.
Hockey
Los Angeles Kings - Reassigned center Nathan LaFayette to Syracuse of the AHL.
Pittsburgh Penguins - Acquired left wing Garry Valk from the Anaheim Mighty Ducks
for defenseman JJ. Daigneault.
San Joge Sharks - Reassigned Shean Donovan to Kentucky of the AHL.
Women's Track & Field Results

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Why: Well, this whole thing was his idea. In the fall of 1995, Sloan -
approached the Athletic Department, wondering how community-ser-
vice-oriented athletes Could be honored. Soon afterward, the Athletic
Department and the Daily teamed up to insitute the Community
Service Student-Athlete of the Week. For efforts such as these, Sloan
was given college hockey's Humanitarian Award on Friday night.
Background: Honorable Mention All-CCHA last season ... Going into the
weekend, Sloan was leading the team in plus/minus rating, with plus-
28 ... Enrolled in LSA ... Majoring in English ... Born on July 27, 1975.

Sloan

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NCAA Hockey Results
CCHA
Yesterday
Ohio St. 8, Michigan St. 3
Alaska-Fairbanks 2, Ferris St. 1
Saturday
Michigan 4, Lake Superior 4
Ferris St. 4, Alaska-Fairbanks 4
Bowling Green 3. Ohio St. 3
Michigan St. 7, Miami (Ohio) 3
Western Michigan 6, Notre Dame 1
Friday
Michigan 8, Lake Superior St. 0
Alaska-Fairbanks 6, Ferris St. 4
Miami (Ohio) 3, Bowling Green 2
Notre Dame 5, Western Michigan 4
WCHA
Saturday
North Dakota 4, Alaska-Anchorage 0

Minnesota 3, Colorado College 0
Denver 4, Wisconsin 3
Northern Michigan 5, Michigan Tech 3
St. Cloud St. 3, Minnesota-Duluth 3
Friday
North Dakota 2, Alaska-Anchorage 0
Minnesota 3, Colorado College 3
Denver 5, Wisconsin 3
Northern Michigan 4, Michigan Tech 3
Minnesota-Duluth 5, St. Cloud St. 3
ECAC
Saturday
Clarkson 7, Brown 4
St. Lawrence 6, Harvard 3
Cornell 5. Rensselaer 2
Cogate 1, Union 1
Yale 4, Dartmouth 1
Princeton 2, Vermont 0

Friday
Clarkson 4, Harvard 2
Brown 6, St. Lawrence 6
Colgate 3, Rensselaer 2
Union 7, Cornell 1
Princeton 4, Dartmouth 4
Vermont 3, Yale 2
Hockey East
Saturday
Maine 7, Boston 2
Boston College 3, UMass 2
Providnce 5, UMass-Lowell 2
Merrimack 7, Northeastern 6
Friday
Maine 3. Boston 0
Merrimack 1, Northeastern 1
Providence 6. UMass-Lowell 1

Baseball Box Score (yste)

AP Women's Poll
The new Associated Press top 25 women's college
basketball poll with results through Feb 9. First-place
votes in parentheses.
Team Rec. Pt s. Prey.
1. Connecticut (37) 22-I 1,020 1
2. Old Donifon (3) 21-1 981 2
3. Stanford (1) 23-1 951 3
4. Louisiana Tech 21-2 881 4
5. North Carolina 201 862 5
6. Georgia 18-4 825 6
7. Alabama 19-4 760 7
<6 Tenessee 18-7 713 8
9. Viginia 184 704 10
10. Flrda 17-5 633 13
11. Texas 16.4 561 8
12, Vanderbilt 165 520 16
1.3 LSU 19-2 516 11
14, Knses 174 446 12
15 JIllinois 184 424 18
16. Texay Tech 14.6 392 14
17, Notre Dame 20-5 323 15
18. Duke 16,5 293 20
19, Stephen F. Austin 20.3 270 21
20. Michigan St. 18.4 259 24
21. Arkansas 157 159 17
22. Clemson 15.7 149 19
23. Nebraska 17-3 132 -
24, George Washington 17-4 73
25. Tub ne 19-3 64

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NCAA Women's Basketball Results

Sunday
Top 25
(2) Old Dominion 102, George Mason 46
(4) North Carolina 70, (11) Virginia 65
(5) Georgia 79, (20) Arkansas 63
(6) Alabama 70, (15) Vanderbilt 60
Purdue 80, (17) Illinois 75
(19) Michigan State 93, Indiana 79
South Florida 81, (24) Tulane 70
Saturday
East
Boston College 84, Pittsburgh 59
Bucknell 59, Army 48
Connecticut 67, Vilanova 54
Harvard 70, Penn 60
Miami 64, Syracuse 53
Lafayette 58, Colgate 51
Midwest
Butler 73, Cleveland State 66
Detroit 57, Wis.-Green Bay 44
E. Michigan 86, Ball State 71

Notre Dame 75, Seton Hall 61
Toledo 94, Bowling Green 89
Troy State 83, W. Illinois 63
Wichita State 80. Evansville 56
South
Alcorn State 79, Southern U. 51
Florida 75, Mississippi State 71
Georgia Southern 78, W. Carolina 65
Jackson State 87, Alabama State 60
Kentucky 76, South Carolina 52
La Salle 67, Virginia Tech 54
New Orleans 90, Lamar 59
Nicholls State 56, Sam Houston State 54
West
Arizona 72, Oregon State 56
Colorado State 73, Fresno State 62
Montana 72, E. Washington 40
Oregon 65, Arizona State 45
Pepperdine 79, San Diego 51
San Francisco 67, Loyola Marymount 56
USC 87, UCLA 74

Results from the Big Ten Indoor
Championships this weekend.
Team Competition
1, Wisconsin, 119 points: 2, Michigan,
82 points; 3. Ohio State, 79 points; 4,
Illinois, 66 points; 5, Penn State, 63
points; 6, Minnesota, 52 points; 7,
Michigan State, 50 points; 8, Purdue,
49 points; 9, Indiana, 31 points; 9,
Iowa, 31 points.
High jump
1, Stacy Ann Grant, Illinois, 5-10
(1.78m); 2, Nicole Forrester, Michigan,
5-10 (1.78m).
Pentathlon
1, Tania Longe, Michigan, 4118 points.
Triple jump
1, Shandi Boyd-Pleasant, Ohio State,
41-5 3/4(12.64m); 2, Tania Longe,
Michigan, 41-2 1/4(12.55m).
55 meter Hurdles
1, Shandi Boyd-Pleasant, Ohio State,
7.74; 3, Tania Longe, Michigan, 7.94.

Distance medley relay
1, Wisconsin, 11:42.59; 3, Michigan,
11.52.30 (Ouellet, Murdock, Hamilton,
Froud).
55 meters
1, Sevatheda Fypes, Michigan State,
6.74; 4, Maria Brown, Michigan, 6.98;
6, Denise Bocag, Michigan, 7.08.
200 meters
1, Sevatheda Fypes, Michigan State,
23.65; 4, Maria Brown, Michigan,
24.82; 8, Denise Bocag, Michigan,
25.33.
800 meters
1, Jenni Westphal, Wisconsin, 2:10.63;
6, Lisa Ouellet, Michigan, 2:13.43.
Mile run
1, Kathy Butler, Wisconsin, 4.42.25; 6,
Katie McGregor, Michigan, 4:51.96.
5,000 meters
1, Kathy Butler, Wisconsin, 16:36.32;
5, Marcy Akard, Michigan, 17:07.70;
9, Julie Froud, Michigan, 17:32,30; 10,
Elizabeth Kampfe, Michigan, 17:33.67.

MICHIGAN
Player
Cervenak 3b
Quinn 3b
Beerman 2b
Hood ph
Alcaraz If
Bobedalf
D. Besco rf
B. Besco lb
Van Sickle lb
Kalcynski ss
Scales dh
Seestedt c
Bush cf
TWS
Michigan
Alabama
MichIgan
Kelley L, 0.1
Steketee
Martay
Berryman
Cranson
Garza
Alabama
Torres W, 2-0
Kingrey
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2.1 0 0 Mote ph/rf 2 0 0 0
2 3 1 0 Vaz dh/p 7 1 3
1 0 0 0 Keller 2b/3b 3 2
4 0 1 2 Frick c 3 2 0
0 0 0 0 Cox ph/c 3 1 1 0
4 1 2 2 MohrlIf 4 4 3 3
4 0 1 2. WatsonlIf 1 0 0 0
1 0 0 0 Caruso ss 3 1 1 2
4 0 20 Davis 2b 1 0 0 0
3 1 1 0 Peer rf 2 3 10
4 0 0 0 Bounds ph/cf 1 2 11
3 0 00 Phillips 3b 3 323
Chavers ph/ss 1 1 0 0
Tucker 1b 1 1 13
Greer ph 1 1 1 2
Duncan 0 0 00
347 86 402216
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106 446 10x-22
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Men's Track and Field Results
Results from the Big Ten Indoor Championships this weekend.
Team competition
1, Wisconsin, 126 points; 2, Illinois, 96.5 points; 3, Minnesota, 83
1/3 points; 4, Iowa, 82 points; 5. Michigan, 6? 1/3 points; 6,
Indiana, 50.5 points; 7, Purdue, 48 points; 8, Michigan State, 41
points; 9, Ohio State, 39 points; 10, Penn State, 29 1/3 points.
Heptathlon
1, Benjamin Jensen, Minnesota, 5648 points; 4, Alex Lengemann,
Michigan, 4968 points.
High jump
1, Staffan Strand, Minnesota, 7.4.5(2.25m); 4, Damon Devasher,
Michigan, 6-10 3/4 (2.10m).
55 meters
1, Reggie Torian, Wisconsin, 6.29; 3, Damon Devasher, Michigan,
6.38; Steve Jenkins, Michigan, 6.47; Martin Bowman, Michigan,
6.62.
200 meters
1, George Page, Iowa, 21.63; 9, Brian Thiesen, Michigan, 22.72.
600 meters
1. Carlton Clark, Wisconsin, 1:18.60; 7, Dwayne Fuqua, Michigan,'
1:20.88.
800 meters
1, Joseph Loner, Penn State, 1:50.87; 4, Jay Cantin, Michigan,
1:52.04,

Mile run
1, Don McLaughlin, Michigan, 4:18.59; 3, Scott MacDonald,
Michigan, 4:20.12.
3,000 meters
1, Kyle Baker, Michigan State, 8:16.22; 6. Steve Lawrence,
Michigan, 8:27.92.
5,000 meters
1, Kyle Baker. Michigan State, 14:23.60; 2, Steve Lawrence,
Michigan, 14:23.75; 13, Todd Snyder, Michigan, 14:54.54; 14, Dave
Barnett, Michigan, 14:56.23.
4x400 meter relay
1, Ohio State, 3:14.37; 8. Michigan, 3:19.70.
Distance medley relay
1, Illinois, 9:53.63; 2, Michigan, 9:54.58 (Beuche, Wood, Cantin,
McLaughlin).
Long jump
1, Bashir Yamini, Iowa, 25-9 1/4 (7.85m).
Pole vault
1. Tye Harvey, Minnesota, 18-11/4 (5.52m).
Shot put
1, Nathan Davis, Indiana, 60-3 1/4 (18.37m).
Triple jump
1, Matt VanderZanden, Wisconsin. 52-8 3/4 (16.07m).

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Softball Box Score estr)aYI

MICHIGAN
Player
Tate If
Kelley dh
Conrad lb
Griffin dh
Davis cf
Mika rf
Kosanke ss
Gentile 3b
Lang 2b
Judd ph/2b
McKittrick dh
Seestedt c
Bush cf
Totals
Michigan
Arkansas
Michigan
Griffin W
Gillies
Arkansas
Kincaid

AS R
4 1
3 0
4 2
1 1
4 1
20
3 0
30
20
0 1
1 0
40
30
27 6

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Player
Gulick cf
Sartini 3b
Erickson ss
Cirigliano c
Bryant lb
Flores dh
Selford 2b
Hightower rf
Kincaid p
Richardson If

AS R
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3 0
4 0
2 0
2 0
3 0
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