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2B - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - March 24, 1997

~NBA Standings
Eastern Conference

Big Ten men's and women's gymnastics championships

Western Conference

-Atlantic Division
'Team W
x-Miami 51
x-New York 49
Orlando 39
Washington 33
New Jersey 20
Philadelphia 18
" Boston 13
Central Division
Team W
-x-Chicago 59
x-Detroit 48
Atlanta 47
Charlotte 45
Cleveland 36
Indiana 31
.Milwaukee 28
Toronto 25

L
17
20
29
35
46
49
57
L
9
20
22
24
31
36
39
44

Pct,
.750
,710
.574
.485
.313
.269
.186
Pct.
.868
.706
.681
.652
.537
.463
.418
.362

GB
2.5
12
18
29.5
32.5
39
GB
11
12.5
.14.5
22.5
27.5
30.5
34.5

Midwest Division
Team W
x-Utah 52
x-Houston 45
Minnesota 33
Dallas 22
Denver 19
San Antonio 16
Vancouver 12
Pacific Division

L
17
23
35
45
49
52
59
L
20
23
29
37
39
40
43

Pct.
754
.662
.485
.328
.279
.235
.169
Pct.
.706
.662
.586
.448
.426
.420
.368

GB
6.5
18.5
29
32.5
35.5
41
GB
3
8
17.5
19
19.5
23

Team
x-Seattle
x-LA. akers
Portland
L.A. Clippers
Phoenix
Sacramento
Golden State

w
48
45
41
30
29
29
25

Results from the Big Ten men's and women's gymnastics champi-
onships at Minneapolis this weekend.
Men's team standings
1. Ohio State, 230.825; 2. Iowa, 230,700: 3. Penn State, 228.4; 4.
Minnesota, 227.45; 5. Illinois. 227.2; 6. Michigan State. 227,05; 7.
Michigan 222.225.
Men's all-around
1. Blane Wilson, Ohio State, 58.825; 2. Drew Durbin. Ohio State,
57.85: 3. Travis Romagnoli. Illinois. 57535; 5. Jose Hamo, Michigan,
57.325.
Men's floor exercise
1. Wilson, Ohio State. 9.8; 2. Durbin, Ohio State, 9.6; 3. Hea,
Michigan, 9.575; 4.t Tim DeGra% Michigan, 9.5.
Men's pommel horse
1. Wilson. Ohio State, 9.875; 2. Mike Dutka, Penn State. 9.825: 3.
Mathew Weiss, Penn State, 9.8.
Men's still rings
1. Wilson, Ohio State. 9.90; 2. Victor Prisk, Michigan State, 9.875; 3.
Danny Beiges, Penn State, 9.85; 7. Haro, Michigan, 9.70.
Men's vault
1. Romagnoli, Illinois, 9.675; 2t. Jason Rogers, Iowa, 9.8; 2t. Hato,
Michigan, 9.6; 2t. Durbin, Ohio State, 9.6.
Men's parallel bars
1. Durbin, Ohio State, 9.9; 2. Wilson. Ohio State, 9.8: 3. Hax%
Michigan, 9.75.

Men's horizontal bars
1. Wilson, Ohio State, 9.875; 2. Tom Elefson. Penn State, 9.775; 3.
Yuval Ayalon, Illinois, 9.75.
Women's team standings
L. Michign, 197.15; 2. Minnesota, 196.35; 3. Ohio State. 195.825; 4.
Michigan State, 195.475; 5. Penn State. 194.300; 6. Illinois, 194.075;
7. Iowa, 193. 725.
Women's all-around
L. Sarah Cain, Michigan, 39.65; 2. Lisa SimsM chigan, 39.575; 3.
Beth Anw oHIOICN, Michigan, 39.475.
Women's vault
1. Heather Kabrilck, Michigan, 9.95; 2. Shim, Michigan, 9.925; 2.
Kelly Harper, Ohio State, 9.925; 4. Cain, Michigan, 9.90; 6. M~kki
Peters, Michigan, 9.876.
Women's uneven bars
1. Peters, Michigan, 9.95; 2. Cain, Michigan, 9.900; 2. Susan Eckman,
Ohio State, 9.900; 2. Ellen Casey. Penn State. 9.900.
Women's balance beam
1. Mindy Knaeble. Minnesota, 9.95; 1. Amelkovich, Michigan, 9.95; 1L
Simes, Michigan, 9.95; 4Q. Cain, Mchigan, 9.925.
Women's floor exercise
L Cain, Michigan, 9.925; 1. Kabnlck, Mkchigan, 9.925; 1. Peters,
Mkchgan, 9.925; St. Shmes, Michign, 9.875.

(ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

x-Clinched playoff berth

NHL Standings
Eastern Conference

Western Conference

AtlanisticDvision
Team W
x-Philadelphia 41
x-New Jersey 39
Florida 33
N.Y. Rangers 34.
Washington 29
Tampa Bay 28
N.Y. Islanders 25

L
21
20
24
30
36
37
36

T
11
13
17
9
8
7
11
T
11
7
14
10
15
9

Pt s.
93
91
83
77
66
63
61
Pts.
87
75
66
64
63
57

Central Division
Team w
x-Dalas 44
Detroit . 34
Phoenix 35
St. Louis 31
Chicago 29
Toronto 26
Pacific Division

L
23
23
34
33
32
41
L
19
33
31
35
39
38
41

T Pts.
6 94
15 83
5 75
9 71
12 70
6 58

Northeast Division
Team W L
x-Buffalo 38 23
Pittsburgh 34' 31
Montreal 26 33
Hartford 27 35
Ottawa 24 33
Boston 24 40
x-Clinched Playoff berth

Team
y-Colorado
Edmonton
Anaheim
Calgary
Vancouver
Los Angeles
San Jose

w
45
33
31
31
30
26
24

T
9
7
11
8
4
9
7

Pts.
99
73
73
70
64
61
55

yClinched Division title

Transactions
Yesterday
Baseball
Toronto Blue Jays -Optioned catcher Sandy Martinez to Syracuse of the Intemnational
League (AAA).
Basketball
Miami Heat - Placed center Matt Fish on the injured list with back spasm; activated
center Alonzo Mourning from the injured list.
Saturday
Baseball
Minnesota Twins - Reassigned catcher Mike Durant and infielder Jon Shave to their
minorleague camp.
New York Mets - Acquired infielders Manny Alexander and Scott McClain from the
Baltimore Orioles for Hector Ramirez; assigned Todd Pratt to Norfolk of the
International League (AAA).
San Diego Padres - Traded infielder Jody Reed to the Detroit Tigers for outfielder
Mike Darr and pitcher Matt Skrmetta.
Hockey
Pittsburgh Penguins - Recalled left wing Josef Beranek from Vsetin of the Czech
Republic.
Friday
College
Fairfield - Named Maria Piechocki women's soccer coach.
Westminister (Pa) - Announced head women's basketball coach Jim Turner has
resigned
Wright State - Head women's basketball coach Terry Hall announced her resignation
due to medical reasons.
Baseball
Detroit Tigers - Placed infielder Phil Nevin on the 15-day disabled list with a sprained
left wrist.
Basketball
Dallas Mavericks - Signed guard Stevin Smith to a 10-day contract; signed guard
Jamie Watson to a second 10-day contract
Football
Atlanta Falcons - Signed free agent tight end Brian Kozlowski to a one-year contract.
Denver Broncos - Signed unresticted free agent wide receiver Willie Green.
Miami Dolphins - Extended the contract of president and chief operating officer Eddie
Jones two years through 1998. Signed tight end Walter Reeves to a two-year deal.

Swimming results
Results from the women's NCAA swinmng and diving championships at
Indianapolis this weekend.
Teanm competition
1, USC, 406 points; 2, Stanford, 395; 3. SMU. 353.5; 6, Michigan, 264.5.
100-yard freestyle
1, Mar tina Moravcova, SMU, :48.18; 2, Shannon Shakespeare, Mkchign, :48.55;
3, Catherine Fox, Stanford. :48.78.
400 freestyle relay
1, Michigan (Eberwein, Shakespeare, Johnson, Bendel), 3:19.21;~ 2. SMU, 3:19.65;
3, Stanford, 3:19.91.
200 individual medley
1, Moravcova, SMU, 1:55.81; 2, Kristine Quance, USC, 1:5685; 3, Shakespeare,
Michigan, 1:56.36.
400 individual medley
1. Quance, USC. 4:'06.54; 2, Lucy Findlay, LSU, 4:12.803, Anne Ksneli,
Michigan, 43.81; 11. Joi Navta, Michigan, 4:16.36,
200 backistrokce
1, Lindsay Benko, USC, 1.54.42; 2, Ua Oberstar, SMU, 1:54.52; 3. Marylyn Chiang.
California, 156.30; 6, Kamph.feMhigan, 156.0; 12, Lads Riker, Michigan,
1.59.5L.
200 freestyle
1. Moracove. SMU, 1:43.08: 2, Lindsay Benko, USC. 1:45.86; 3. Ashiey Tappin.
Arizona, 1:46.12; 4, Shakespeare, Michigan, 1.46,4; 1 Alor Bendel, Michiganh,
1 49.59,
200 freestyle relay
1, Arizona, 1:29.56: 2, ftihgan (Eberwain, Johnson, Stone, Bendel), 3:30.45; 3,
Stanford. 1:30.97.
so freestyle
1. Fox, Stafford, :22.33: 2. Tappin, Arizona, :22.52; 3. Richelhe DePold. North
Carolina, :2255;6. Jan Eberwein, Michigan, :22.65; 13. Kim Johnson, Michigan,
:23406.
s00 freestyle relay
1, SMU, 7:09.92; 2, Arizona, 7:12.74; 3. Stanford, 7:13.93;:5, Michigan
(Shakespeare, Johnson, Kanps, Bendel),17:15.21.
100 backstroke
1, Fox, Stanford, :53.23; 2. Chiang. California, :53.29; 3,Oberstar,SMU, :53.43; 12,
Riker, Michigan, :55.12.
400 medley relay
1, SMU, 3:35.98;,2, USC, 3:36112; 3. Georgia, 3:36.96; 5, Michigan (Riker, Navia*
Bendel, Shwaespeare), 3:4L74.

Track and Field Results
Results from the Wake Forest Invitational at Wake Forest University
this weekend.
Men's 800-meter run
1, Don McLaughlin, Michigan, L,53.87; 2, Riczy Bell, Findlay, 1:54.28;
3, Sand, UNC-Charlotte, 1:54.72.
Men's 1,500
1, Jay Cantin, Michigan, 3:49.41; 2, Scott MacDonald, Michigan,
3:49.74; 3, McLaughlin, Michigan, 3:49.88.
Men's 5,000
1, John Mortimer, Michigan, 14:30.68; 2, Kevin Sullivan, Michigan,
14:32.50;,3, David Banett, Michigan, 14:41.86.
Men's 110 hurdles
1, Neil Gardner, Michigan, :14.03; 2, Uwezu Reynolds. unaffiliated,
:14.11; 3, Heanon Tate, unaffiliated, :14.66.
Men's 200
j1, Steve Jenkins, Michigan, :22.04; 2, Marcus Thompson, N.C. A&T
*State, :22.22; 3, Edura Gibson, Michigan, :22:41.
--Men's 400 hurdles
1, Gardner, Michigan, 50.51; 2, Adam Manning, Cincinnati, :53.42; 3,
Kenji Elliott, Winthrop, :54.84.
Mden's 300 steeplechase
1, Mortmer, Michigan, &:57.04; 2, Brett Strahan, Wake Forest.
. 9:32.36; 3, Jeremy Bucher, Cincinnati, 9:36.33.

1, Damon Devasher, Michigan, 644.t9.75; 2, Bruce Cutler,
Cincinnati.6-foot-8.25; 2, Jarad Burkholder, Cincinnati, 6-foot-8.25.
Women's heptatloln
1, Tana Longo, Michigan, 5188; 2, Terry Soherne, Buffalo, 4464; 3,
Olhve Ikoh, Michigan, 3929.
Women's 1.00
1, Maria Brown, Michigan, :12.A5;2. Rebecca Buchanan, Reebok,
12.17; 3, Angela Lanier, Winthrop. 12.59.
Women's 200
1, Brown, Michigan, :24.80; 2. Santosha Marshall, N.C. A&T State,
:25.10; 3, Kareshia Prioleau, Winthrop, :25.47.
Women's 1,500
1, Katie McGregor, Michigan, 4:29.99; 2, Usa Ovellet, Michigan,
4:33.54; 3, Kim Certain, Fleet Feet, 4:36.25.
Women's 3,000
1, Marcy Akard, Michigan, 10:04.37; 2, Kate Holbachier, Michigan,
10:1.1.29; 3, Julie Proud, Michigan, 10:15.8L.
Women's 100 hurdles
1, Longe, Michigan, :14.19; 2. Phyllis Brooks. W. Michigan. :14.22; 3.
Trice Roundtree, Applachian, :14.44.
Women's long jump
1, Longe, Michigan, 184oot42. ; 2, Brooks, W.Michigan. 174oot-11.75;
3, Lanier, Winthrop, 17foot-9.5.
Women's shot put
1, Nicole Keith, Michigan, 4440ot04A; 2, Jaime Strieter, W. Michigan,
43-foot-5; 3. Vernia Wilson, N.C. A&T State, 42-foot-6.

Men's high jump

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