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2B - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - April 7, 1997

Sunday's scores
Pro basketball
Washington 120, Boston 114
-LA. Clippers 103, New Jersey 96
Houston 94, Vancouver 85
Indiana 94, Minnesota 83
Chicago 110, Orlando 94
Utah at Golden State, inc.
Seattle at Sacramento, inc.
Dallas at L.A. Lakers, inc.
Pro hockey
Philadelphia 2, Ottawa 1.
Florida 3, Washington 3
Chicago 2, Calgary 1
New Jersey at St. Louis, inc.
Phoenix at Colorado, Inc.

Pro baseball
American League
Milwaukee 4, Toronto 2
Chicago 5, Detroit 3
Kansas City 12, Minnesota 2
Texas 9, Baltimore 3
Oakland 3, New York 0
Seattle 8, Boston 7
Cleveland at Anaheim, inc.
National League
Atlanta 11, Chicago 5
Atlanta 4, Chicago 0
Florida 3, Cincinnati 2
Colorado 6, Montreal 2
Houston 3, St. Louis 2
Los Angeles 6, Pittsburgh 3
Philadelphia 3, San Diego 2
New York 4, San Francisco 2
Western Conference

Women's gymnastics Central Regionall
Results from the women's gymnastics Central Regional championships.
Michigan team results
Vault
Sarah-Elizabeth Langford - 9.775
Andrea McDonald - 9.875
Beth Amelkovich - 9.9
Lisa Simes - 9.95
Sarah Cain - 9.925
Heather Kabnick - 9.9
Totals/place - 49.55/1
Average - 9.91
Bars
Kristin Duff - 9.875
Lisa Simes - 9.425
Heather Kabnick - 9.85
Beth Amelkovich -9.9
Sarah Cain - 9.975
Nikki Peters - 9.85
Totals/place - 49.45/1
Average -9.89

championships
Beam
Kathy Burke - 9.8
Lisa Simes - 9.85
Andrea McDonald - 9.875
Heather Kabnick - 9.9
Beth Amelkovich - 9.775
Sarah Cain --8.85
Totals/place - 49.2/2
Average - 9.84
Floor
Kathy Burke - 9.825
Beth Amelkovich - 9.8
Andrea McDonald - 9.875
Lisa Simes - 9.9
Sarah Cain - 9.975
Heather Kabnick - 9.925
Totals/place - 49.5/2
Average - 9.9
All-around
Beth Amelkovich - 39.375
Lisa Simes - 39.125
Sarah Cain - 38.725
Heather Kabnick - 39.575
Totals/place -197.7/first
Average - 9.895

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

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Who: Heather Kabnick
Hometown: Coral Springs, Fla.
High School: J.P. Travella

Sport: Gymnastics
Year: Junior
Eliglbillty: Sophomore

Why: Kabnick narrowly missed winning the all-around title by .05 in
Saturday's NCAA Central Regional championships. It was only the sec-
ond time this season that she competed in the all-around. Kabnick fin-
ished second on the balance beam with a 9.9.
Background: In 1996, Kabnick earned All-Big Ten honors when she tied
for third (9.825) on the floor exercise ... She was an 1996 NCAA All-
American on the vault and floor exercises, as well as in the all-around
... Born on Oct. 31, 1976 ... Enrolled in the Division of Kinesiology.

NBA Standings
Eastern Conference

Men's gymnastics NCAA East Regionals

COMMUNITY SERVICE
STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

Atlantic Division
Team W
x-Mlaml 56
i-New York 53
Orlando 41
Washington . 39
New Jersey 23
Philadelphia 21
Boston 13
Central DuIsO n
Team W
x-Chicago 65
x-Detroit 51
x-Atlanta 51
x-Charlotte 48
Cleveland 38
Indiana 37
Milwaukee 29
Toronto 27

18
22
34
36
51
53
63
L
10
23
24
26
36
38
45
48

Pct.
.757
.707
.547
.520
.311
.284
.171
Pct.
.867
.689
.680
.649
.514
.493
.392
.360

GB
3-5
15.5
17.5
33
35
44
GS
13.5
14
16.5
26.5
28
35.5
38

Midwest Division
Team W
i-utah 56
x-Houston 51
Minnesota 37
Dallas 22
Denver 20
San Antonio 19
Vancouver 12

L
17
24
38
52
54
55
65

Pct.
.767
.680
.493
.297
.270
.257
.156
Pct.
.693
.676
.579
.480
.453
.392
.378

GB
6
20
34.5
36.5
37.5
45.5
GB
1.5
8.5
16
18
22.5
23.5

Pacific Division
Team W L
x-Seattle 52 23
x-L.A. Lakers 50 24
x-Portland 44 32
Phoenix 36 39
L.A. Clippers 34 41
Sacramento 29 45
Golden State 28 46
x-Clinched playoff berth

Results from the men's gymnastics
1997 NCAA East Regionals.
Still rings
1. Victor Prisk Michigan State, 9.825;
2. Ron Roeder, Penn State, 9.8; 3.
Tyler Vogt, Iowa, 9.775; 4. Todd
Strada, Iowa, 9.75: 5. Danny Beigel,
Penn State, 9.725; 5. Chris Camiscoli,
Iowa, 9.725; 5. J.M. Michel, Penn
State, 9.725; 5. Dave Nemovitz, Iowa,
9.725; 9. Haro La Lo, Michigan, 9.7.
Vault
1. Blaine Wilson, Ohio State, 9.825; 2.
Mike Dutka, Penn State, 9.775: 2.
Matt Tucker, Navy, 9.775; 4. Keith
Douglas. Michigan State, 9.7; 4. Doug
Stibel, Ohio State, 9.7; 4. Frank
Ticknor, Minnesota, 9.7; 13. Haro La
Lo, Michigan, 9.625.
Parallel bars
1. Blaine Wilson, Ohio State, 9.875; 2.
Mike Dutka, Penn State, 9.75; 3. Haro
La Lo, Michigan, 9.725; 4. Doug Stibel,
Ohio State, 9.65; 5. Carl lmhauser,
Temple, 9.65; 5. Carey Reddick,
University of Illinois-Chicago,
9.65.

Horizontal bar
1. Doug Stibel, Ohio State, 9.875; 2.
Travis Romagnoli, Illinois, 9.825; 3.
Drew Durbin, Ohio State, 9.75; 3. Mike
Morgan, Ohio State, 9.75; 5. Carl
lmhauser, Temple, 9.7: 14. Haro La 1o,
Michigan, 9.55.
Floor exercise
1. Blaine Wilson, Ohio State, 9.8; 2.
Mike Dutka, Penn State, 9.75; 3. Brian
Hamilton, Iowa, 9.7; 4. Drew Durbin,
Ohio State, 9.675: 5. Tim Degraw,
Michigan, 9.65; 5. Tim Eisner, Ohio
State, 9.65; 5. Haro La Lo, Michigan,
9.65; 5. Mike Morgan, Ohio State,
9.65.
Pommel horse
1. Drew Durbin, Ohio State, 9.85; 2.
Ben Hayward, Army, 9.8; 3. Blaine
Wilson, Ohio State, 9.725; 4. Mike
Dutka, Penn State, 9.7; 5. Jason Krob,
Minnesota, 9.675; 31. Haro La Lo,
Michigan, 9.15.
All-around standings
1. Drew Durbin, Ohio State, 57.925; 2.
Mike Dutka, Penn State, 57.725; 3.
Haro La Lo, Michigan, 57.4; 4. Blaine
Wilson, Ohio State, 57.275; 5. Tim
Eisner, Ohio State, 56.825.

Who: Scot Loeffler
Hometown: Barberton, Ohio
High School: Barberton

Sport: Football
Year: Senior
Eligibility: None

S

Why: Thursday, Loeffler and members of Michigan's volleyball team vis-
ited Mott Children's Hospital. Loeffler is a member of the SHARE read-
ing program.
Background: In 1995 Loeffler suffered a career-ending shoulder injury
... He now serves as an undergraduate assistant for the football team
... His roles include administration, play calling and coaching.

n

NHL Standings
Eastern Conference

Western Conference

Atlantic Division
Team W
i-New Jersey 43
i-Philadelphia 44
x-Florida 33
x-N.Y. Rangers 36
Tampa Bay 30
Washington 30
N.Y. Islanders 28,

L
21
22
28
33
39
40
38

T
13
12
19
10
9
9
12
T
12
3
14
11
15
9

Pts.
99
98
84
82
69
68
68
Pts.
90
82
72
71
71
59

Central Division
Team W
x-Dallas 47
x-Detroit 37
x-Phoenix 37
St. Louis 33
Chicago 32
Toronto 29

L
24
24
35
34
34
42

T
7
17
6
11
13

Pts.
101
91
80
77
75

8 66

Northeast Division
Team W l
x-Buffalo 39 27
x-Pittsburgh 37 33
Montreal 29 35
Hartford 30 37
Ottawa 28 36
Boston 25 44
x-Clinched Playoff berth

MLB Standings
American League

East
Team
Baltimore
Boston
Toronto
N.Y. Yankees
Detroit
Central
Team
Minnesota
Cleveland
Milwaukee
Chicago
Kansas City
West
Team
Anaheim
Oakland
Texas
Seattle

W
4
3
2
2
2
W
4
2
2
2
1
W
2
2
2
1

Pct.
.800
.750
.500
.500
.333
Pct.
.667
.500
.500
.400
.250
Pct.
.500
.500
.500
.200

GB
1
1.5
1.5
2.5
GB
1
1
1.5
2
GB
1.5

Pacific Division
Team W L
y-Colorado 47 22
x-Anaheim 34 33
x-Edmonton 36 35
Calgary 32 38
Vancouver 32 40
Los Angeles 26 42
San Jose 26 44
y-Clinched Division title
National League
East
Team W L
Florida 5 1
Atlanta 4 2
Montreal 3 3
Philadelphia 2 4
N.Y. Mets 2 4
Central
Team W L
Houston 4 1
Cincinnati 3 3
Pittsburgh 2 3
Chicago 0 6
St. Louis 0 6
West
Team W L
San Diego 4 1
Los Angeles 4 2
Colorado 4 2
San Francisco 3 2

T
9
13
8
9
7
11

Pts.
103
81
80
73
71
63

. . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Men's crew
Saturday
Defeated Michigan State in a dual
competition
Sailing
(Big Teni team race champi-
onship)
1. Northwestern
2. Michigan
3. Notre Dame
4. Ohio State
5. Ohio University
6. Ohio Wesleyan

MICHIGAN
Player A
Cervenak 3b 4
Bush cf 5
Alcaraz If 4
D. Besco rf 2
B. Besco lb 4
Kalczynski ss3
Scales dh 4
Kalahar c 4
Beerman 2b 3
Steinbach p 0
Steketee 0
Totals 3
Michigan
Minnesota
Michigan
Steinbach L, 4-3
Steketee
Minnesota
Diebolt

B R
4 1
5 1
1 0
1 0
4 0
0
1
0
0

Baseball Box Score (Friday)

H
3
0
0
0
1
1
1(
0
0

BI
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0

3 5 7 3 Totals

34 7 10 7

8 60

102 20 0 000-5
002 211 01 -7
IP H R ER BB SO

7.0
1.0

9 6 6
1 1 1

6
2

Saturday's Game

5
1

Totals
Michigan
Minnesota

27 8 8 5 Totals

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Pct.
,833
.667
.500
.333
.333
Pct.
.800
.500
.400
.000
.000
Pct.
.800
.667
.667
.600

GB
1
2
3
3
GB
1.5
2
4.5
4.5
GB
.5
.5
1

Sunday
BASEBALL
Kansas City Royals - Placed catcher Mike Macfarlane on the 15-day
disabled list with a strained oblique muscle;
placed infielder Jose Offerman on the 15-day disabled list
with a strained groin.
New York Mets - Placed pitcher Yorkis Perez on the 15-day disabled
list with a strained left shoulder, retroactive to April 3,
transferred pitcher Paul Wilson from the 15-day to the 60-
day disabled list.
Saturday
COLLEGE
Central Michigan - Named Jay Smith head men's basketball coach.
BASKETBALL
Denver Nuggets - Signed guard Jimmy King for the remainder of the
season; paced forward LaPhonso Ellis on the injured list
with a ruptured right Achilles tendon.
Philadelphia 76ers - Signed guard Frankie King to a 10-day contract;
placed guard Lucious Harris on the injured list with a bro
ken nose.
Phoenix Suns - Signed center Mike Brown for the remainder of the
season; placed forward Ben Davis on the injured list with
a jammed right little finger.
FOOTBALL
Cincinnati Bengals - Signed free agent quarterback Boomer Esiason
to a two-year contract.
Washington Redskins - Signed unrestricted free agent safeties Cris
Dishman and Jesse Campbell.
Friday
COLLEGE
Colorado - Sophomore guard Chauncey Billups announced he will

declare for the NBA Draft.
Kansas - Announced the resignation of diving coach Don Fearon.
Mercer - Named Dewey Haley assistant men's basketball coach.
Rider - Named Don Harnum head men's basketball coach.
BASEBALL
Chicago Cubs - Placed first baseman Mark Grace on the 15-day dis
abled list with a strained right hamstring; moved pitcher
Kevin Tapani to the 60-day disabled list after finger
surgery.
Cincinnati Reds - Claimed pitcher Scott Service off waivers.
Cleveland Indians - Signed reliever Paul Shuey to a three-year con-
tract extension with an option for 2001.
St. Louis Cardinals - Placed catcher Tom Pagnozzi on the 15-day dis
abled list, retroactive to March 29th, with a strained right
calf muscle.
Seattle Mariners - Signed catcher Dan Wilson to a two-year contract
extension with a club option for the 2000 season.
BASKETBALL
Boston Celtics - Signed guard Nate Driggers to a 10-day contract.
Sacramento Kings - Placed center Duane Causwell on the injured list
with a strained left calf; activated center Kevin Salvadori
from the injured list.
FOOTBALL
Chicago Bears - Resigned tight end Keith Jennings to a one-year con
tract.
New England Patriots - Re-signed linebacker Todd Collins.
Philadelphia Eagles - Signed wide receiver Nate Singleton and running
back Corey Croom, to one-year contracts.
Pittsburgh Steelers - Traded defensive lineman Brentson Buckner to
the Kansas City Chiefs for an undisclosed draft pick.
HOCKEY
Boston Bruins - Signed defenseman Ray Bourque to a two-year con-
tract extension.

MINNESOTA
Player AB R H 81
Stein cf 4 2 1 1
Welter 2b 5 1 2 2
QuinlanlIf 4 2 3 2
Griffinilb 2 0 1 0
Beersi1b 0 0 0 0
McDermott dh 3 1 1 1
Keeney 3b 5 0 1 0
Uroebnerrt j U 0 0
Negen o 4 0 0 1
Devore ss 4 1 1 0
Diebolt p 0 0 0 0

Schedule
Saturday
Basebal vs.
Northwestem (DH),
Fisher Stadium, 1
p.m..
Softball at
Northwestern,
Evanston, 2 p.m.
Men's tennis at Penn
State, State college,
4 p.m.
Women's tennis vs.
Minnesota, Varsity
Complex, 1 a.m'.
Men's track/field at
Arkansas Relays,
Fayetteville, Ark., all
day
Women's track/field
at Duke Invitational,
Durham, N.C., ail day
Crew at Big Ten chaimt
pionship, Indianapolis.
TBA
Sunday
Baseball vs.
Northwestern, Fisher
Stadium, 1.p.m.
Softball at,
Northwestem,
Evanston, 2 p.m.
Women's tennis vs.
Iowa, Varsity Complex,
10a.m.

Putz
Cranson W; 3-2
Minnesota
Pederson L, 2-3
Z rust
Felling
Freeman

MICHIGAN
Player
Cervenak 3b
Bobeda cf
Alcaraz If
A. Besco rf
B. Besco lb
Kalczynski ss
Sanborn dh
Kalahar c
Beerman 2b
Putz p
Cranson p

ABR H BI
5 0 2 1
4 0 0 0
5 0 0 0
2 2 1 0
3 1 1 0
4 0 3 4
5000
520
4312 0
220

MINNESOA-
Player AB R H I
Stein cf 3 1 1 0
Guse c 4 1 2 1
Quinlan If 4 0 1 0
Griffinlb 2 2 1 t
Welter 2b 4 0 1 15
McDermott dh 3 0 1 1
Selander rf 4 0 1 .0
Scanlon 3b 2 0 1 0
Groebner ph/3b1 0 0 1
Devore ss 1 1 1 0
Beers ph 1 0 0 0
Brosseau ss 0 0 0 0
Pederson p 0 0 0 0
Zrusnp 0 0 0 0
Felling p 0 0 0 0,
Freeman p 0 00 0

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1.2
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4
4
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4
4
2
0

3
2
2
0

2
3
0
0

1
3
0
0.e

Softball Box Score (Satd)

Time is running out.
Read Sollenberger
in Paradise.

MICHIGAN
Player 1
Conrad lb
Taylor dh
Kelley cf
Davie If
Griffin p/3b
Lappo 3b
Tate rf/1b
Mika dh/rf
Gentile 3b/c
Lang 2b
Kosanke ss
Smith c
Holmes p
Totals
Michigan
Iowa
Michigan
Griffin L. 15-2
Holmes
Iowa
Bilbao W, 14-3

AB R
3 1
10
20
20
30
0 0
30
3 1
3 0
3 0
3 0
0 0
0 0

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10
0 0
1 0
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00
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00
00
00
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Player
Twigg if
McGee 2b
Hebert ss
Hilbae p
Knopf lb
Mocias c
Utley 3b
Barnes pr
Nance dh
Cornish cf
McCannon ph
Knopf rf

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Friday
Basebal vs.
Northwestern, Fisher
Stadium. 3 p.m.
Men's track/field at
Arkansas Relays.
Fayetteville, Ark., alt
clay
Women's track/field
at Duke Invitational,
Durham N.CX, all day

26 2 4 1 Totals
110 000
131 012
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4.0 4 4 1
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MICHIGAN
Player A
Mika rf
Kelley cf
Davie If
Smith c
Tate lb
Lang 2b
Kosanke ss
Gentiled3b
Lappo dh
Holmes p
Gilies p
Totals
Iowa
Michigan
Purdue
Bilbao W. 153
Michigan
Holmes L,&5
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3 0 0 0
3 0 2 1
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IOWA
Player
Twigg If
McGee 2b
Bilbao p
K. Knopf lb
Utley 3b
Barnes pr
Macias rf
Nance c
. Knopf pr
Cornish cf

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