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2B - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - March 10, 1997

Scoreboard

"NBA StAndings
Eastern Conference
Atlantic Division
7eam W L Pct. GB
t New York 47 16 .46 -
} iami 45 17 .726 1.5
9rlando 32 28 .533 13.5
Nashington 28 33 .459 18
-New Jersey 18 43 .295 28
Philadelphia 16 44 .267 28.5
-:Boston 12 50 .194 34.5

Western Conference

Midwest Division

Team
Utah
Houston
Minnesota
Dallas
Denver
San Antonio
Vancouver

w
45
42
30
19
18
15
11

L
16
20
30
41
43
46
52
L
18
20
28
33
33
37
37

Pet.
.738
.677
.500
.317
.295
.246
.175
Pt.
.700
.672
.556
.459
.431
.393
.373

Central Division
Team W
Chicago 53
Detroit 45
Atlanta 42
Charlotte 40
Cleveland 33
Indiana 29
Milwaukee 26
a *Toronto 21

Pacific Division

GB
3.5
14.5
25.5
27
30
35
GB
1.5
8.5
14.5
16
18.5
19.5

8
.16
19
22
27
32
35
40

Pct.
.869
.738
.689
.645
.550
.475
.426
.344

GB
8
11
13.5
19.5
24.5
27
32

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

W
42
41
35
28
25
24
22

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK
Who: Jason Botterill Sport: Hockey
Hometown: Winnipeg, Manitoba Year: Senior
High School: St. Paul's Prep (Concord, N.H.) Eligibility: Senior
Why: The senior left wing scored six goals and recorded two assists in
the two-game sweep of Alaska-Fairbanks this weekend. Saturday's hat
trick was his fourth of the season and the ninth of his career.
Background: Michigan's assistant captain leads the team with 34 goals
... scored team-high 32 goals last year ... has led the team in penalty
minutes in each of his four years and is second on the all-time Michigan
list ... became the first Canadian ever to win three straight gold medals
at the World Junior Championships in January 1996 ... drafted 20th over- Botternil
all by the Dallas Stars in 1994 ,.. born May 19, 1976. .1
COMMUNITY SERVICE
STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

NHL Standings;
Eastern Conference

Western Conference

Atlantic Division
Teami W
Philadelphia 38
New Jersey 35
Florida 29
N.Y. Rangers 31
Tampa Bay 27
Washington 26
N.Y. Islanders 23

Central Division

L
19
19
23
28
33
33
33

T
10
12
15
9
7
7
10
T
11
5
10
12
13
9

Pts.
86
82
73
71
61
59
56

Team
Dallas
Detroit
Phoenix
St. Louis
Chicago
Toronto

w
39
32
31
28
26
25

Northeast Division
Team W L
Buffalo 34 21
Pittsburgh 32 28
Hartford 26 30
Montreal 24 32
.ttawa 21 32
Boston 23 35

Pts.
79
69
62
60
55
55

Pacific Division
Team W
Colorado 41
Edmonton 31
Calgary 29
Anaheim 28
Vancouver 28
Los Angeles 25
San Jose 23

L
23
19
32
30
31
37
L
17
30
33
30
35
35
36

4
4
14
4
8
10
4
T
9
7
7
9
3
8
7

Pts.
82
78
66
64
62
54
Pts.
91
69
65
65
59
58
53

NCAA Men's Basketball Results Yesterday
ACC Championship Big 12 Chanpionship
North Carolina 64, North Carolina St. 54 Kansas 87, Missouri 60
SEC Championship Big West Championship
Kentucky 95, Georgia 68 Pacific 63, Nevada 55

Who: Louis Bullock
Hometown: Laurel, Md.
High School: Laurel Baptist Academy

Sport: Men's basketball
Year: Sophomore
Eligibility: Sophomore

Transactions
Sunday
Baseball
Seattle Mariners - Optioned pitchers Tim Harikkala and Derek Lowe to Tacoma of
the Pacific Coast League (AAA); reassigned pitchers Paul Abbott,
Jason Brosnan and Ken Claude, catcher Karl Thompson, and outfielder
Jalal Leach and infielders John Patterson, Dan Rohrmeier and Paul
Torres to minor-league camp.
Saturday
Baseball
Anaheim Angels - Agreed to terms with outfielder Darin Erstad, infielder George
Arias and pitcher Dennis Springer for the 1997 season; assigned pitch-
ers Geoff Edsell, Robert Ellis, Mike Freehill, Fausto Macey, Matt
Mattperisho, Jeff Schmidt and catcher Brett Hemphill to the minor
league club for work purposes only; assigned pitchers Steve Ontiveros
and Travis Buckley and catcher Ben Molina to minor-league camp,
New York Mets - Returned pitcher Roberto Ramirez to the Mexico City Reds of
the Mexican League.
Hockey
Mighty Ducks of Anaheim - Assigned defensemen Ruslan Salei to Las Vegas of the
International Hockey League; assigned defensemen Nikolai Tsulygin to
Baltimore of the American Hockey League; activated defensemen-right
wing Ken Baumgartner from injured reserve.
-Friday
College
Conference USA - Announced it will have two divisions, starting in the 1997-98 season.
Austin College - Athletic Director Dr. Bob Mason announced his retirement, effec-
tive July 1st.
Minnesota - Announced the resignation of women's basketball coach Linda Hill-
MacDonald.
West Alabama - Named Tony Olgesby defensive line coach.
Baseball
Anaheim Angels - Signed outfielder Garret Anderson to a three-year contract with a club
option for a fourth season.
Cincinnati Reds - Named Johnny Bench as a special consultant to the general manager.
Detroit Tigers - Announced that Ernie Harwell will serve as play-byplay announcer for
1997 and 1998 telecasts on WKBD-TV and the Tigers television network.
Basketball
Boston Celtics - Signed guard Michael Hawkins for the remainder of the season.
Seattle SuperSonics - Activated guard/forward David Wingate from the injured list.
Football
Chicago Bears - Re-signed restricted free agent guard Todd Burger; signed free
agent linebacker Anthony Peterson, who had been with the San
Francisco 49ers, to a three-year contract.
-Philadelphia Eagles - Signed restricted free agent kicker Chris Boniol to an offer sheet.
San Francisco 49ers - Signed unrestricted free agent running back Garrison Hearst,
who had been with the Cincinnati Bengals, to a two-year contract.
" 6eattle Seahawks - Agreed to terms with free agent quarterback Warren Moon, who
was released by the Minnesota Vikings, to a two-year contract.
a-Hockey
'National Hockey League - Suspended New York Rangers left wing Darren Langdon
for instigating a fight in Thursday's game against the Los Angeles
Kings, pending a Saturday hearing.
,oston Bruins - Reassigned defenseman Milt Mastad to Charlotte of the East
Coast Hockey League.
auffalo Sabres - Recalled center Scott Nichol from Rochester of the American
Hockey League
Dallas Stars - Activated forward Benoit Hogue from injured reserve; placed for
ward Brent Gilchrist on injured reserve with a strained groin.
:,Hartford Whalers - Reassigned left wing Kevin Brown to Springfield of the
American Hockey League.
aMontreal Canadiens - Reassigned defensemen Francois Groleau to Fredericton of
-. the American Hockey League.
New York Rangers - Recalled right wing Peter Ferraro from Binghamton of the
American Hockey League.
t, Louis Blues - Reassigned Libor Zabransky to Worcester of the American
Hockey League; assigned goaltender Jon Casey to Worcester for a con-
ditioning assignment.
Vancouver Canucks - Reassigned right wing Bogdan Savenko to to Quebec of the
International Hockey League.

Why: Louis has been an active participant in the SHARE student-athlete
reading program. Most recently, on Thursday, Bullock took some time
during spring break to visit Mrs. Sturk's 3-4-grade class at Clinton
Elementary School. Bullock read the book "The Dumb Bunnies Visit the
Zoo" and answered questions about basketball and college.
Background: Bullock led the team in scoring, 3-point field goals and
free-throw percentage and set Michigan all-time three point record this
season ... set Michigan record for season free-throw percentage (84.5) Bullock
in 1995-96 ... enrolled in the College of Literature, Science and Arts.

NCAA Hockey Results

CCHA Colorado College1, Wisconsin 0 (40T)

Saturday
Michigan 11, Alaska-Fairbanks 0
Miami (Ohio) 4, Ohio St. 2
Michigan St. 3, Western Michigan 1
Bowling Green 8. Lake Superior 4
Friday
Michigan 8, Alaska-Fairbanks 1
Miami (Ohio) 4, Ohio St. 1
Michigan St. 4, Western Michigan 1
Bowling Green 5, Lake Superior 3
WCHA
Saturday
North Dakota 3, Michigan Tech 0
Denver 7, Minnesota-Duluth 3
Minnesota 5, Alaska-Anchorage 1
Saint Cloud St. 3, Northern Michigan 2

Friday
North Dakota 4, Michigan Tech 1
Denver 4, Minnesota-Duluth 1
Minnesota 8, Alaska-Anchorage 2
Saint Cloud St. 5, Northern Michigan 2
Colorado College 9, Wisconsin 3
ECAC
Sunday
Princeton at Vermont
Saturday
Vermont 7, Princeton 1
Clarkson 4, Yale I
Cornell 4, Harvard 1
Rensselaer 3, Union I

Friday
Princeton 3, Vermont 2
Clarkson 5, Yale 2
Cornell 2, Harvard 2
Rensselaer 3, Union 1
Hockey East
Saturday
New Hampshire 8, UMass 2
Boston University 7, Northeastern 1
UMass-Lowell 6. Providence 5
Friday
New Hampshire 5, UMass 1
Boston University 6. Northeastern 2
UMass-Lowell 6, Providence 2
Boston College 5, Merrimack 3

AP Womtten's Poll
The new Associated Press top 25 women's college
basketball poll with results through MarCh 2, First-
place votes in parentheses.
Team Rec, Pts, Prev.
1. Connecticut (38) 28.0 996 1
2. Old Dominion (1) 29-1 957 2
3, Stanford (1) 281 926 3
4, North Carolina 27.2 873 5
5. Lousiana Tech 26-3 833 6
6. Florida 23-3 760 10
7. Georgia 22-5 728 4
8, Alabama 23-6 708 7
9. Aansas 23-4 678 11
10. LSU 23-4 604 9
11 Tennessee 2310 591 8
12.Teas 20-6 493 12
13 Notre Dame 26-5 471 14
1.4. Virginia 21.7 456 -1.3
15 Texas Tech 19-7 412 15
16. Illinois 22-6 407 18
17. Stephen F, Austin 26-3 381 16
18. George Washington 25.4 293 19
19. Auburn 20-9 249 -
20. Vanderbit 18-10 220 17
21. Clemson 19-10 198 22
22, Western Kentucky 20.7 146 21
23 Michigan St. 21-7 138 20
24. Tulane 25-4 83 -
25..Ruke 18-10 65 25

NCAA Women's Basketball Results

Saturday
Big 12 Championship
Colorado 54, Kansas St. 44
Big Sky Championship
Montana 52, Montana St. 49
Big West Championship
UC Santa Barbara 81, UC Irvine 66
America East
Championship
Maine 92, Vermont 70

Sun Belt Championship
Louisiana Tech 80, W. Kentucky 68
WAC Championship
San Diego St. 56, Utah 50
Top 2S
Stanford 81, Arizona St. 62
West
Arizona 87, California 64
UCLA 85, Southern Cal 66

Men's Swimming & Diving Results
Results from Big Ten Championships at Bloomington, Ind.
Team Competition
1. MichIgan 648 6. Northwestern 293
2. Minnesota 631 7. Penn State 290
3. Indiana 431 8. Iowa 262
4. Purdue 384 9. Wisconsin 228
5. Ohio State 356 10. Michigan State 110

Men's Golf Results
Results from the Fripp Island Intercollegiate at Ocean Creek Golf
Course. Fripp Island, S.C.
Team Competition
1. University of Toledo 303 292 289 884 +32
2. Methodist 298 296 292 886 +34
3. Michigan 295 297 305 897 +45
3. James Madison U. 299 297 301 897 +45
5. USC-AIKEN 296 305 297 898 +46
6. Nebraska 298 302 299 899 +47
7. Furman 290 303 308 901 +49
8. East Carolina 303 292 311 906 +54
9. Michigan State 298 304 305 907 +55
Final Results
Michael Harris 69 74 73 216 2nd
Kyle Dobbs 72 70 75 217 T3
David Jasper 74 76 77 227 T31j
Isaac Hinkle 81 77 80 238 T77
Brent Idalski 80 79 83 242 T91

Women's Golf Results
Results from the Fripp Island Intercollegiate at Ocean Point Golf
Links, Fripp island, S.C.
Team Competition
1. North Carolina 300 314 308 922 +58
2. Georgia 318 304 303 925 +61
3. Auburn University 314 300 312 926 +62
4. Oregon 320 301 310 931 +67
5. South Carolina 310 316 316 942 +78
6. Furman 333 310 305 948 +84
7. Vanderbilt 326 319 312 957 +93
8. Coll. of Charleston 327 334 307 968 +104
9. Mcilgafn 325 323 325 973 +109
Final Results
Wendy Westfall 78 74 79 231 T9
Sharon Park 81 81 80 242 T36
Ashley Williams 83 79 85 247 T48
Molly Vandenbark 87 89 81 257 T74
Nicole Green 83 89 91 263 T82

Saturday
Hockey at CCHA Championships. Joe Louis Arena,
7:30 p.m. (If victorious Fridav)
Baseball vs. Kansas St./Heartland Tournament, Tulsa.
Okla.. 3 p.m.
Soflb.N at lady Seminole invitational, Tallahassee,
Fla., All day
.Women's gymnastics vs. Utah St, Keen Arena, 7 p.m.
Men's diving at NCAA Zone Championships.
Minneapolis, Minn., TBA
Men's tet#s at Blue.ray Classic. Montgomery, Ala,
All day
Sunday
8embaA vs. Pepperdine/Heartland Tournament, Tutsa.
Okla.. 3 p.m.
Softball at Lady Seminole invitational, Tallahassee,
Fla., Al lday
Men's gym stics vs Illinois-Chicago, Cliff Steen
Arena, 1 p.m.
Women's tenes vs. University of Illinois,XVrsity Tennis
center, 118~m.
Women's Tennis Results
Results vs. San Diego State, Mar. 4.
Team Competition
Michigan 6, San Diego State 3
Singles
No. 1 Sarah Cyganial (UM) def. Maggie Cole
No. 2 Merete Lindahl (SDSU) def. Sora Moon
No. 3 Jeanette Bhaguandas (SDSU) def. Tumeka
Harris
No. 4 Sarah Donovan (SDSU) def. Brooke Hart
No. 5 Erryn Weggenman (UM) def. Emma Doyle
No. 6 Danielle Lund (UM) def. Tamara Bridges
Doubles
No. 1 Cyganial/Moon (UM) def. Cole/Donovan
No. 2 Hart/Lund (UM) def. Bhaguandas/Howard
No. 3 Weggenman/Boylan (UM) def. Lindahl/Papi
Men's Tennis Results
Results vs. Arizona St., Mar. 5.
Team Competition
Arizona State 5, Michigan 2
Singles
No. 1 Sergio Elias (ASU) def. David Paradzik
No. 2 Alex Osterrieth (AJSU) def. Arvid Swan
No. 3 Matt Wright (UM) def. Gustavo Marcaccio
No. 4 William Farah (UM) def. Amir Ran
No. 5 Tim Hammond (ASU) def. Jake Ralton
No. 6 Ed Carter (AJSU) def. Brad McFarlane
Doubles
No, 1 Elias/Carter (AJSU) def. Swan/Wright
No. 2 Osterrieth/Marcaccio (ASU) def.
Pusztai/McFarlane
No. 3 Farah/Paradzik (UM) def. Was/Hammond
Read Daily Sports.
Every Day.

Michigan 8, Alaska-Fairbanks .
AlaskaFairbanks 1 0 0 -1
Michigan 2 3 3-8 -
irst period - 1. UM, Muckalt 22, (Schock,
Morrison), 0:49, pp; 1. UA, Coady 6, (Fraser, Jaros)
1:55; 2. Herr, 28, (Legg), 7:45, 4x4.. Penalties -
UAF, Epp (tripping), 0:32; UM, Morrison (roughing),
6:53; UAF, Wynia (roughing), 6:53; UM, Herr (charg-
ing), 8:01; UIM, Herr (goaltender interference), 12:07;
UAF, Coady, (roughing), 16:53; UM, Luhning, (interfer-
ence). 18:37. Second perod-3. UM, Morrison 26,
(Berenzweig), 1:14; 4.:tUM. Botterill, 29, (Muckatt,
Fox), 7:30; 5. UM, Botterill. 30 (Morrison, Muckalt), -
13:34 pp. Penalties - UAF; Kirwan (roughing), 10:09
UAF, Kotter (roughing), 10:09; UAF, Coady (roughing);
10:09; UAF, MacFarlane (roughing), 10:09; UM,
Muckalt (roughing), 10:09; UM, Morrison (roughing),
10:09; UM, Frescoln (roughing), 10:09; UM, Botterill,
(roughing), 10:09; UAF, Fraser, minor-misconduct
(roughing), 10:09; UM, Fox, minor-misconduct (rougW-
ing), 10:09: UAF, Daily (roughing), 13:21; UM,
Ritchlin (roughing), 13:21; UAF, Williams (holding),
19:16. Third period - 6. UM, Luhning 18, (Madden,
Frescoln), 3:37; 7. UM. Berenzweig 7, (Morrison,
Botterill), 13:30, pp; 8. LIMMuckalt 23 (Madden,
Fox), 17:06. Penalties - UIM, Rominski (roughing),. r'
4:36; UM, Sloan (high-sticking), 6:43; UM, Herr (hight
sticking), 10:17; UAF, Michalski (high-sticking),
10:17; UAF, Wynia (hooking), 12:29; UM, Merrick
(interference), 14:25; UAF, Trembecky, minor-miscoo-,
duct (slashing/served by Wynia), 14:58; LIM, Schock
(slashing), 19:53; UAF, Wynia, minor-misconduct ;
(slashing/served by Upesleja), 19:53.
Shots on goal - UAF 9-5-5 - 19, UM 14-12-18 -
~44.
Power Plays - UAF, 0 of 6; UM, 3 of 6.
Saves - UAF, Marvel 12-9-15 - 36, UM, Turco 85-4
- 15.,tUM, Malicke x-x-3 - 3.r
Referee - Mark Shegos.
Linesmen - Larry Lulich, Tony Molina.
At: Yost Ice Arena. A: 6,319.
Michigan 11, Alaska-Fairbanks '
Alaska-Fairbanks 0 0 0 - 0
Michigan 3 2 6-11
First period-1. UM, Luhning 19, (Legg, Herr),
10:42; 2. UM, Botterill 31, (Muckalt, Luhning), 14:4,
pp: 3. UM, Muckalt 24, (Botterill, Hayes), 18:48.
Penalties- UM, Frescoln (interference), 2:50; UAF,;
Epp (cross checking), 13:36; UAF, Epp (holding),
16:09. Second period - 4. UM Madden 24, (Legg,
Sloan), 8:23, pp; 5. UM, Botterill 32, (Morrison,
Schock),10;10, pp. Penalties - UM, Turco (tripping/
served by Bourke), 3:13; UM, Berenzweig (holding),-'
3:36; UA, Bench (too many men/served by Hodges).
3:36; UAF, Wynia (roughing), 8:07; UAF, Bowtell
(checking from behind), 9:27; UAF, Fraser (10-min.
misconduct), 11:26. Third period - 6. UM, Luhning
20, (Sloan, Hayes), 0:14; 7. UM, Clark 1, (Legg,
Sloan), 2:07; 8. UM, Madden 25 (Merrick); 3:04; 9.
UM, Botterill 33 (Muckalt), 4:00; 10. UM, Botterill 34
(Muckalt, Sloan), 11:40; 11. UM, Clark 2 (Rominski,
Merrick). Penalties - UAF, Michalski (holding), 4:41;
UAF, Jaros (roughing), 6:00; UM, Merrick (roughing)-
6:00; UM, Sloan (high-sticking), 8:15; UM, Schock
(roughing), 18:01; UAF, Fraser (roughing), 18:01.
Shots on goal - UAF 5-14-5-24, UM 13-7-20-
40.
Power Plays - UIAF, 0 of 3; UIM, 3 of 5.
Saves - UIAF, Marvel 10.2-x - 12, LUAF, Perkins x-3-.
14 -17. UM, Turco 5-14-5 - 24.
Referee - Matt Shegos.
linesmen - Don Cline, John Dobrzelewski.
At: Yost Ice Arena. A: 6.398.

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