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Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - March 17, 1997

SCOREBOARD

1997 National Collegiate Division I Men's
ICE HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIP

ATHLETE OF THE WEEN
NW

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Who: Lisa Simes
Hometowi: Regina, Saskatchewan
HigSchooli: Dunbarton (Pickering, Ont.)

Sport: Gymnastics
Year: Sophomore
Eligibility: Sophomore

2 Boston University

3 Vermont
Centrum
Worcester, MA
March 21
6 Denver
4 Minnesota
Van Andel Arena
Grand Rapids, MI
March 22
5 Michigan State

Centrum
Worcester, MA
March 21

Bradley Center
Milwaukee, WI
March 27

I Clarkson
Centrum
Worcester, MA
March 22 4 New Hampshire
Centrum
Worcester, MA
March 21
5 Colorado College
Bradley Center
Milwaukee, WI
March 27 3 Miami
Van Andel Arena
Grand Rapids, Ml
March 22
6 Cornell
Van Andel Arena
Grand Rapids, Mi
March 23
2 North Dakota

Why: The sophomore scored her first-ever career perfect score on the
vault. Her performance helped lead the Wolverines to a 196.8-195.45
win over Utah State.
Backpumd: 1996 winner of the University's Athletic Academic
Achievement award ... Was a second-team NCAA AllAmerican in the all-
around and the vault last season ... All-Big Ten Conference on the vault
and floor exercises ... Last year's Big Ten conference floor exercise co-
champion ... Enrolled in the Division of Kinesiology ... Born on October
22, 1976.

Bradley Center
Milwaukee, WI
March 29

Simes

COMMUNITY SERVICE
STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

Van Andel Arena
Grand Rapids, M!
March 23
lMichigan

Who: Sarah Jackson
Hometown: Alexandria, Minn.
High School: Jefferson

Sport: Volleyball
Year: Junior
Eligibility: Junior

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Why: On Friday, Feb. 28, Jackson and one of her teammates participat-
ed in the Family Reading Program at a branch of the Ann Arbor Library.
Jackson read to the children and their parents, who all signed up for the
program to encourage early reading. Jackson organized a visit to Mott
Chiltdeh's hospital by the volleyball team on Thursday, March 27.
Backgrotnt: Honorable Mention All-Big Ten team in 1996 ... led attack-
ers on her team with .288 percentage ... Was second on the team with
355 kills, 30 aces and 101 blocks .. 19th in Big Ten in hitting efficien-
cy ... enrolled in College of Literature, Science & the Arts.

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Transactions
Sinday
;Beball
Houston Astros - Reassigned the following eight players to their minor league
camp: pitchers Oscar Henriquez, Trever Miller, BIas Minor and Ci.
Nitkowski, catcher Mitch, Meluskey, infielder Carlos Guillen and out
fielders Kevin Flora and Ken Ramos.
S Diego Padres - Traded infielder Luis Lopez to the Houston Astros for pitcher
- Sean Runyan.
Hockey,
'fthfb Maple Leafs - Signed free agent right wing Mike Johnson.
SUtirday
Baseball
Minnesota Twins - Reassigned pitchers Brian Looney, Mark Redman and Scott
>Rose to minor league camp.
e Mariners - Signed infielder Brent Gates, who was released by the Oakland
AW L Athletics; purchased the contract of pitcher Greg Hibbard and placed
him on the 60-day disabled list.,
New York Mets - Released pitcher John Habyan; assigned pitchers Cory Lidle,
Rudy Seanez and Mike Welch and catchers Charley Greene and Pedro
Grifol to Norfolk of the International League (AAA).
Basketball
San Antonio Spurs - Activated forward Charles Smith from the injured list.
New Jersey Devils - Claimed defenseman Chris LiPuma off waivers from the San
Jose Sharks.
,4an Jose Sharks - Placed center center Bernie Nicholls on the injured list, retroac
tive to March 11.
,Iday
Ce lege
G afey conference - Addes Youngstown State to the foot ball league.
Morehead State - Named Kyle Macy head men's basketball coach, effective April 1.
-o- Named coach Steed Labotzky offensive line coach.
:Wdener - Announced Caron Cramer has resigned as women's field hockey and.
women's lacrosse coach.
Winona State - Named Tom Sawyer head football coach.
Baseball
0i0al League -Suspended.St Louis Cardinals pit cher TJ. Mathews six games, effec
tive April 1, for intentionally throwing at a batter in a March 12 exhibition
game against Cincinnati.
1g4o Cubs - Optioned pitcher Steve Rain to lowa of the American Association (AAA);
returned pitchers Russ Swan and Julio Valera to their minor league camp.
isas City Royals - Claimed pitcher Doug Johns off waivers from the Oakland Athletics;
assigned pitcher Jim Converse to their minor league camp.
Football
Arizona Cardinals - Signed free agent free agent running back Larry Centers to a
three-year contract.
Dallas Cowboys - Announced they will not match the offer sheet given by the
Philadelphia Eagles to restricted free agent kicker Chris Boniol.
Hockey
£oston Bruins - Reassigned defenseman Mark Cornforth to Cleveland of the
International Hockey League.
-Ilas Stars - Placed goaltender Andy Moog and right wing Jere Lehtinen on
injured reserve; activated center Brent Gilchrist and defenseman Mike
Lalor; recalled goaltender Manny Fernandez from Michigan of the
International Hockey League.
?Jose Sharks - Recalled left wing Ville Peltonen from Kentucky of the American
Hockey League; assigned defenseman Chris LiPuma to Kentucky.

NCAA Hockey Results

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CCHA
Saturday
MIchigan 3, Michigan State 1(Championship)
Friday
Michigan 7, Bowling Green 1
Michigan State 4. Miami (Ohio) 3 (OT)
WCHA
Saturday
North Dakota 4. Minnesota 3 (OT -
Championship)
Colorado College 6, St. Cloud State 0
(Consolation)

Friday
North Dakota 5, Colorado College 1
Minnesota 5. St. Cloud State 4 (OT)
Thursday
Colorado College 5, Denver 2
ECAC
Saturday.
Cornell 2. Clarkson 1 (Championship)
Rensselaer 8, Princeton 4 (Consolation)

Friday
Clarkson 5, Princeton I
Cornell 5, Rensselaer 3
Hockey East
Saturday
Boston University 4. New Hampshire 2
(Championship)
Friday
New Hampshire 4, Boston College 0
Boston University 3, UMass-Lowell 2

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NBA Standings
Eastern Conference

Women's Basketball
Tournament Results

Western Conference

Atlantic Division
Team W
New York 48
Miami 48
Orlando 36
Washington 30
New Jersey 19
Philadelphia 17
Boston 12
Central Division
Team W
Chicago 56
Detroit 46
Atlanta 43
Charlotte 42
Cleveland 34
Indiana 30
Milwaukee 27
Toronto 21

L
17
17
28
34
45
47
54
L
9
16
22
23
29
34
37
40

Pt.
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.297
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Pct.
.862
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GB
11.5
17.5
28.5
30.5
36.5
GB
8.5
13
14
21
25
29
32

Midwest Division
Team W
Utah 48
Houston 43
Minnesota 32
Dallas 20
Denver 19
San Antonio 16
Vancouver 11
Pacific Division
Team W
Seattle 42
L.A. Lakers 41
Portland 36
Sacramento 28
L.A. Clippers 25
Phoenix 26
Golden State 25

L
17
22
32
41
45
48
56
L
19
20
28
34
34
38
39

Pct.
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Pm.
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GB
5
15.5
25
28.5
31.5
38
GB
1
7.5
15
16
17.5
18.5

NHL Standings
Eastern Conference

Western Conference

Sunday
East
North Carolina 81,
Michigan State 71
Alabama 61.
St. Joseph's 52
Mideast
Louisiana Tech 74,
Auburn 48
Old Dominion 69.
Purdue 65
West
Georgia 80,
Arizona 74
Virginia 65,
Utah 46
Midwest
Illinois 85.
Duke 67
Saturday
East
Tulane 72,
UC-Santa Barbara 69
Notre Dame 93,
Memphis 62
George Washington 61.
Northwestern 46
Texas 66,
Southwest Texas 38
Mideast
Montana 52,
Montana State 49
USC 68,
San Francisco 55
Marquette 70,
Clemson 60
Florida 92,
Florida International 68
Louisiana St. 88.
Maine 79
West
Vanderbilt 74.
Washington 62
Kansas 81,
Detroit 67
Stanford 111.
Howard 59

Atlantic Division
Team W
New Jersey 38
Philadelphia 39
Florida 31
N.Y. Rangers 33
Washington 28
Tampa Bay 27
N.Y. islanders 24

Central Division

Texas Tech 47,
Montana 45
Midwest
Iowa 56.
North Carolina State 50
Oregon 80,
San Diego State 68
Connecticut 103,
Lehigh 35
Tennessee 91,
Grambling 54
Friday
East
Michigan State 75,
Portland 70
St. Joseph's 70,
Kansas State 52
North Carolina 78,
Harvard 53
Alabama 94, St.
Francis 50
Mideast
Purdue 74,
Maryland 48
Auburn 68.
Louisville 65
Old Dominion 102,
Liberty 52
West
Arizona 76.
Western Kentucky 54
Utah 66,
Iowa State 57
Georgia 91,
Eastern Kentucky 55
Virginia 96.
Troy State 74
Midwest
Duke 70,
Depaul'56
Stephen F. Austin 79,
Toledo 66
Illinois 79,
Drake 62
Colorado 69.
Marshall 49

Michigan 3,'Michigan State
Michigan State 0 1 0--1
Michigan 2 0 1-3
First period - 1. UM, Luhning 21, (Morrison ,:. b
Botterill), 2:20, pp; 2. UM, Morrison 28; (Muckalt, -
Peach), 3:20. Penalties - MSU, Kozakowski (cro5w,
checking). 1:57; MSU, Gaskins (tripping), 5:37: M3(L'
Hlariton (high sticking). 14:02; UM, Crozier (check,.,,,,
from behind/served by Clark),.16:50;'UM, Croier
(game misconduct), 16:50; MSU, Watt (roughing)r1
19:04); UM, Herr (roughing), 19:04. Second pMj
1. MSU, Horcoff 9, (York/AlIban), 1:15, pp. Penalt~es,
MSU, York (interference), 2:57; MSU Bogas (NW'
sticking, 7:34; MSU, Weaver (cross checking), 9;41
UM, Morrison (roughing),9:41; MSU, Hodgins (he(&.
ing), 12:40; UM, Legg (holding), 13:17; MSU, Berens'
(interference), 16:05. Third period - 3. UM, RoMinsl.,i
6, (unassisted), 19:42. Penalties - none. ,
Shots ongoal-MSU6 -2-15UM6 -2Z!
Power Plays- MSU,1 of 3; UM,1of 7.
Saves - MSU, Alban 487 -19.UM, Turco $21 1&
14.
Referee - Matt Shegos.
Linesmen - John LaDuke, John Dobrzelewski.
At: Joe Louis Arena. A: 19,032.
Michigan 7, Bowling Green 2
BowlingGreen 0 1 1-2
Michigan 0 3 4-7 '.
First period - none. Penalties - BG, Fry (hookingr,
0:08; UM, Brendan (cross checking), 0:08; UM.,
Madden (tripping), 5:09; UM, Peach (cross check ),
10:24; BG, Price (interference), 12:02; UM, Botte -
(cross checking), 16:57. Second pedod- .UM,PtI
Clark 3, (Crozier, Merrick), 4:44; 2. UM, Morrison 27,
(Muckalt), 8:49; 1. 8G, Johnson 30, (Perrault/Fry),
11:44, pp; 3. UM, Fox 3 (Herr/Rominski), 18:31.
Penalties - BG. Price (hooking), 0:59; UM, ~ -
Berenzweig (interference), 10:49; UM, Madden
(elbowing), 19:15. Third period -4. UM, Botterill 35,
(Morrison), 1:57; 5. UM, Muckalt 25,
(Morrison/Botterill), 8:39; 6. UM, Madden 26, (Legg,
Herr), 10:32; 7. UM, Legg 21, (Botteril), 13:29; 2.
6G, Fry 21, (Perrault), 18:35. Penalties - BG,
Desjarlais (hooking), 3:24; BG, Price
(roughing/served by Faulkner), 6:28; 8G, Price (ris-
conduct), W28; UM, Frescoin (roughing), 6:28; 86,
Vunichard(delay of game), 6:28; 8G, Eldred (cross
checking), 7:08; BG, Adams (slashing), 9:03); UM,
Luhning (high sticking), 16:45.
Shots on goal - BG4-91 - 14, UM 5-13-- 26.
PowrP-ays-BG, 2of 6; UM, 3of6.
Saves - 86, Petrie 5-10-4 - 19. UM,'Turco 4$0-
12.
Referee - Steve Piotrowski.
linesmen - John LaDuke, John Nowasatka,
At: Joe Louis Arena. A: 15,21 .

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L
19
21
23
28
35
34
36

T
12
10
16
9
7
7
10
T
11
5
10
14
14
9

Pts.
88
88
78
75
63
61
58
Pts.
83
69
64
64
58
57

Team
Dallas
Detroit
Phoenix
St. Louis
Chicago
Toronto

W
40
32
32
30
28
26

Northeast Division
Team W L
Buffalo 36 21
Pittsburgh 32 29
Hartford 27 33
Montreal 25 32
Ottawa 22 33
Boston 24 37

Pacific Division
Team W
Colorado 42
Edmonton 32
Calgary 29
Anaheim 28
Vancouver 29
Los Angeles 25
San Jose 23

L
23
20
33
31
31
37
L
17
32
33
30
37
37
39

T
4
14
5
9
12
4
T
9
7
8
10
4
9
7

Pts.
84
78
69
69
68
56
Pt S.
93
71
66
66
62
59
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