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2B - The Michigan Daily -- SPORTSMonday - April 14, 1997

Sunday's scores
Pro basketball
Detroit 108, Chicago 91
Milwaukee 132, New Jersey 123
Houston 113, Seattle 73
L A. Lakers 100, Utah 98
Phoenix 105, Golden State 97
Pro hockey
Boston 7, Pittsburgh 3
Hartford 2, Tampa Bay 1
Chicago 5, Dallas 2
St. Louis 3, Detroit 1
Washington 8, Buffalo 3
Philadelphia 5, New Jersey 4
Los Angeles at Colorado, Inc.

Women's Tennis Results
Against Minnesota
Michigan 7, Minnesota 0

Pro baseball
American League
Boston 7, Seattle 1
Anaheim 8, Cleveland 3
Chicago 11, Detroit 8
Detroit 4, Chicago 2
Baltimore 9, Texas 0
New York 3, Oakland 0
Oakland 7, New York 4
Kansas City 6, Minnesota 1
Milwaukee 3, Toronto 2
National League
Atlanta 6, Chicago 4
San Francisco 5, New York 1
San Francisco 7, New York 6
San Diego 3, Philadelphia 1
Los Angeles 14, Pittsburgh 5
Cincinnati 6, Florida 4
Montreal 8, Colorado 3
St. Louis 6, Houston 2
Western Conference

A ie H SLiE TdF TlHEWEig
ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

Singles:
No.1 Sarah Cyganiak (Mich.) d. Nora Sauska, 6-3,7-5
No. 2 Sora Moon (Mich.) def. Alice Rangsithienchai, 6-
3, 1-3 (retired)
No. 3 Turneka Harris (Mich.) d. Kim Simonsen, 6-2, 6.3
No. 4 Brooke Hart (Mich.) d. Jana Hrdnova, 6-2, 6-1
No. 5 Erryn Weggenman (Mich.) d. Tarah Elkins, 7-5, 6.1
No. 6 Danielle Lund (Mich.) def Jen Hayes, 6.2, 6-1
Doubles:
No. I Cygniak/Moon (Mich.) d. Jenni Svehla/Elkins, 8-0
No. 2 Hart/Lund (Mich.) d. Sauska/Rangsithienchai, 8-6
No. 3 Weggenman/Jen Boylan (Mich.) d.
Simonsen/Hrdinova, 8-3
Transactions

Who: Tyler Steketee
Hometown: Jenison
Highi School: Jenison High School

Sport: Baseball
Year: Junior
ElIgibIl ty: Junior

Why This weekend, Steketee closed out three of the Wolverines' four
wins against Northwestern, as Michigan took over the top spot in the
Big Ten. Steketee now has six saves on the season, leading his team
with 14 appearances. Against Big Ten opponents in save situations, he
has not allowed any runs.
Background: Due to stress fracture of right tibia, missed the first 35
games of the 1996 season ... As a freshmman, made the third most
starts on the team with 10 and pitched the third most innings with 64 Stekete
... Born August 21, 1975.

NBA Standings
Eastern Conference

Atlantic Division
Team W
x-Miami 59
x-New York 54
Orlando 44
Washington 40
New Jersey 24
Philadelphia 21
Boston 14
Central Division
Team W
x-Chicago 68
x-Atlanta 54
x-Detroit 52
x-Charlotte 52
Cleveland 40
Indiana 38
Milwaukee 31
Toronto 28

L
19
24
34
38
54
57
65
L
11
24
26
26
38
40
47
50

Pct.
.756
.692
.564
.513
.308
.269
.177
Pct.
.861
.692
.667
.667
.513
.487
.397
.359

GB
5
15
19
35
38
45.5
GB
13.5
15.5
15.5
27.5
29.5
36.5
39.5

Midwest Division
Team W
x-Utah 60
x-Houston 54
x-Minnesota 38
Dallas 23
Denver 20
San Antonio 20
vancouver 13
PacIfic Division
Team W
x-Seatte 54
x-LA. Laers 54
x-Portland 46
x-Phoenix 39
L.A. Clippers 35
Sacramento 32
Golden State 30

L
18
25
40
55
58
58
67
L
25
25
33
40
43
46
49

Pct.
.769
.684
.487
.295
.256
.256
.163
Pct.
.684
.684
.582
.494
.449
.410
.380

GB
6.5
22
37
40
40
48
GB
8
15
18.5
21.5
24

x-Clinched playoff berth

NHL Standings
Eastern Conference

Western Conference

AtlantIc Division
Team W
x-New Jersey 45
x-Philadelphia 45
x-Florida 35
x-N.Y. Rangers 38
Washington 33
Tampa Bay 32
N.Y. Islanders 29

L
23
24
28
34
40
40
40

T
14
13
19
10
9
10
12
T
12
8
15
15
9

Pts.
104
103
89
86
75
74
70
Pts.
92
84
77
77
75
61

Central Division
Team W
x-Dalas 48
x-Detroit 38
x-Phoenix 38
x-St. Louis 36
x-Chicago 34
Toronto 30
Pacific Division
Team w
y-Colorado 49
x-Anaheim 36
x-Edmonton 36
vancouver 35
Calgary 32
Los Angeles 27
San lose 27

L
26
26
37
35
35
44
L
23
33
37
40
41
43
47

T
8
18
7
11
13
8
T
9
13
9
7
9
11
8

Pts.
104
94
83
83
81
68
Pts.
107
85
81
77
73
65
62

Sunday
BASEBALL
Kansas City Royals - Activated catch-
er Mike Macfarlane from
the disabled list and
optioned catcher Sal
Fasano to Wichita of
the Texas League (AA).
San Francisco Giants - Placed out
fielder Stan Javier on the
restricted list due to a
family illness: activated
infielder Mark Lewis
from the 154day disabled
list.
HOCKEY
Calgary Flames - Assigned defense-
man Jamie Allison and
center Hnat Domenichelli
to the Saint John flames
of the American Hockey
League.
Saturday
BASEBALL
Cincinnati Reds - Recalled infielder
Pokey Reese from
Indianapolis of
the Amecan Association
(AAA): optioned outfielder
OzzieTimmons to
Indianapolis.
Kansas City Royals - Announced
they would activate catch.
er Mike Macfarlane from
the disabled list prior to
Sunday's game and option
catcher Sal Fasano to
Wichita of Texas League
(AA).
New York Mets - Purchased the con-
tract of infielder Matt
Franco from Norfolk of the
International League
(AAA).
St. Louis Cardinals - Recalled infield-
er Steve Scarsone from
Louisville of the American
Association (AAA); placed
infielder Roberto Meijia
on the 15-day disabled list
with a strained right
groin; transferred pitcher
Brian Barber from the 15-
day disabled list to the
60.day disabled list.
HOCKEY
Monteal Canadiens - Recalled
defenseman Brad Brown from
Fredericton of the American Hockey
League (AHL).
Fdday
COLLEGE
Arizona State - Named Jennifer
Haigh assistant women's
soccer coach.
Delaware State - Named James
Dubose head men's bas
ketball coach.
Eastern Kentucky - Named Scott

Perry head men's basket-
ball coach.
Hampton - Named Patricia Bibbs
head women's basketball
coach.
Wright State - Named Will Rey assis-
tant men's basketball
coach.
BASEBALL
Chicago Cubs - Recalled outfielder
Brooks Kieschnick from
Iowa of the American
Association (AAA).
Cincinnati Reds - Recalled pitcher
Hector Carrasco from
Indianapolis of the
American Association
(AAA); designated pitcher
Scott Service for assign
ment.
Cleveland Indians - Activated pitcher
Jose Mesa from the
restricted list; optioned
pitcher Bartolo Colon to
Buffalo of the American
Association (AAA); desig
nated outfielder Trenidad
Hubbard for assignment to
clear a spot on the
40-man roster.
Minnesota Twins - Placed outielder
Marty Cordova on the 15-
day disabled list, retroac
tive to April 10, with plan
tar fascitis in his left foot;
recalled outfielder Chris
Latham from Salt
Lake City of the Pacific
Coast League (AAA).
New York Mets - Placed outfielder
Andy Tomberlin on the 15-
day disabled list. retroac
tive to April 10, with a
herniated disk in his
neck.
New York Yankees - Placed pitcher
Dwight Gpoden on the 15-
day dsabled list, retroac
tive to April 6, due to a
small left inguinal hernia;
placed outfielder Darryl
Strawberry on the
15-day disabled list,
retroactive to April 7,
with a sore left
knee; activated outfielder
Tim Raines and recalled
pitcher Ramiro Mendoza
from Columbus of the
International League
(AAA).
Philadelphia Philies-- Placed infield-
er/outfielder Rex Hudler
on the 154da disabled list
with a pulled left ham
string; placed outfielder
Danny Tartabul on the 15
day disabled list with a
fracture of the left foot;
recalled infielder Kevin
Jordan and purchased the
contract of outfielder Rob
Butler from
Scranton/Wilkes-Bare of the
International League
(AAA); moved pitcher
Tyler Green to the 60-day
disabled list from the
injured list.

NORTHWESTERN
Player AB R
Williamson 3b 2 1
Kirsh cf 2 0
Ciarrachi ph 1 0
Baron rf 3 0
Dunn ss 3 0
DiMaggio dh 1 0
0' Donnell ph 1 0
Haanlb 30
Franzese c 3 0
Adams 2b 2 0
Dainton If 1 0
Anderson ph 1 0

Why: On April 11, Nikki not only read to a class of second graders at
Bums Park Elementary, but also gave them their weekly spelling test.
Nikki also distributed and signed posters and schedule cards. -
Background: Named 1996 NCAA All-American on the vault ... Became
1996 Big Ten uneven bars champion after becoming the first gymnast
to score a 10.0 in the event at the Big Ten championships
Competed in the 1991 Championships of the USA ... Enrolled in the
Division of Kiniseology ... Born June 23, 1977.

H BI
00
00
1 1
00
2 0
00
0 0
10
00

MICHIGAN
Player
Cervenak 3b
Sanborn dh
Alcarez If
D.Besco rf
B.Besco lb
Kalczynski ss
Beermann 2b
Kalahar c
Bush cf

AB R
2 0
2 1
3 0
2 1
3 0
3 0
3 0
30
1 0

STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

BI
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0

SPRING
Continued from Page 1B
clash, including the unseasonably cold
weather. The Maize, down 14-0 mid-

Who: Nikki Peters
Hometown: Willingboro, N. Jersey
High School: Willingboro

Sport: Gymnastics
Year: Sophomore
EligibIlity: Sophomorer

Peters

Saturday (Game 1)

COMMUNITY SERVICE

Northeast Division
Team W L
x-Buffalo 40 30
x-Pittsburgh 38 36
,x-Ottawa 31 36
x-Montreal 31 36
Hartford 32 39
Boston 26 47
x-Clinched Playoff berth

6

Tots X
Mkd~ed
Northwestam
MIchIgan
Nor"Westem
Koplove L,13
Mandana
cranson W. 4-2
Steketee S. 4

23 1

y-Clinched President's Cup

MLB Standings
American League

National League

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

Pct.
.778
.500
.500
.462
.455
Pct.
.571
.545
.500
.444
.364
Pct.
.583
.545
.375
.400

GB
2.5
2.5
3
3.5
GB
0.5
1
1
2
GB
1
2
2

East
Team
Florida
Atlanta
Montreal
N.Y. Mets
Philadelphia
Central
Team
Houston
Cincinnati
Pittsburgh
St. Louis
Chicago
west
Team
Los Angelos
Colorado
San Francisco
San Diego

W
8
8
4
3
3
W
4
5
4
0
W
8
7
7
7

L
3
3
5
8
8
L
2
6
6
7
10
LI
3
3
3
4

Pct.
.727
.727
.444
.273
.273
Pct.
.667
.455
.400
'333
.000
Pct.
.727
.700
.700
.636

GB
3
5
5
GB
2.5
3
4
GB
0.5
0.5
1

Saturday,+
NORTHWESTERN
Player AB R
Williamson 3b 3 1
Kirsh cf 2 0
Dunn ss 3 0
Haan lb 3 0
Dimaggio 2b 3 0+
Anderson dh 2 0
Ciarrachi c 3 0+
Dainton rf 3 0+
Kim If 2 0

0 0 way through the third quarter, scored a
0 0 pair of touchdowns over the latter part
0 0 of the period to cut the Blue lead to one.
4 1 Totals 222 4 2 The score remained that way until the
000001 0-1 game's final 36 seconds, when Baker's
100 001 x-2 field goal gave the Maize its first lead
IP I R Eof the game, 16-14.
6 4 2 2 3 3 Blue took over at midfield - there
6 4 1 1 0 2 wasn't any kickoff and the Maize were
1 o ' 0 0 0 assessed a 15-yard penalty for exces-
Game 2 sive celebration after the field goal -
and on fourth down, Driesbach was
MIC1GAN picked off by LeAundre Brown who
N i eak 3a A3 R H Ut returned it 62 yards for a score. But the
0 0 Scales dh 3 0 2 1 extra point attempt failed, so Blue had
1 0 Alcarez If 3 0 1 1 yet another chance to come back, down
1 1 D.Besco rf 3 0 10-
o 0 B.Bescosb 3 1 20 only eight, 22-14.
2 0 Kalczynski ss 2 0 0 0 Dreisbach hit Tai Streets on a 22-
0 0 Beermann 2b 3 0 1 1 yard strike as time expired to cut the
0 0 Millerc 1000
1 0 Sanbor ph o 1 o o deficit to two. But the two-point con-
Kalahar ph/c 1 0 0 0 version failed, and the Maize were not
Bush cf 3 0 0 0 only tasting victory but the steak din-
ners they earned for the win, as well.
6 1 Totals 253 3 - Overall, the offense surprised many
1000 0 - with its performance. Characterized as
often sluggish last season, it was any-
r H RER B N 30 thing but. Senior tailback Chris Howard
4.2 6 2 2 0 2 ran for 67 yards, including a brilliant
1.1 2 0 20 18-yard touchdown scamper, which
first put the Maize on the scoreboard.
6 5 1i 1 10 3 Sophomore fullback John Anes, who's
received rave reviews from Carr this

caught 10 passes between them for 121
yards.
Streets tightened his clamp as the top
wideout with 125 yards on four catches
and earned praise from Woodson 4
was guarding him most of the game.
"Our offense impressed me the
most," Woodson said. "If we can do the
things we did today during the season,
we'll have no problem getting where we
want to go. Tai Streets was amazing."
Despite losing All-Americans Jarrett
Irons and William Carr from the front
seven, Michigan's defensive unit
looked like it hasn't missed a beat.
Sophomore linebacker Dhani Jones 1
10 tackles and is making a strong push
to be Irons' replacement. Senior line-
backer Clint Copenhaver is expected to
assume some of Irons' leadership role,
and Carr is also predicting big things
from him as far as production goes.
"Copenhaver should step up and be
one of the best outside linebackers in
the Big Ten," Carr said. "The key for us
is that we're going to be quicker at tie
linebacker position.'
Junior defensive end Chns
Singletary seemed to be in the Blue
team's backfield the entire game, rack-
ing up nine tackles, three for losses.
The secondary could be Michigan's
strongest suit this year, even though
the weak side cornerback position is
still up in the air. Brown took a step
closer to securing that job with his
interception and a forced fumble lead-
ing to a Tom Hendricks touchdoo
He's been competing with junior
Andre Weathers. Already locked into
starting jobs are Woodson at the other
cornerback and senior Marcus Ray
and junior Daydrion Taylor at the two
safety spots.

Women's Golf Results

Northwestm
Hargan L, 2-5
Dodd
Seaman
MIchgan
Martay W, 3.0
Steketee S, 5

241

Results from the Bolermaker
Invitational.
Michigan finishers
Wendy Westfall 77 79 156
Molly Vandenbark 73 85 158
Sharon Park 78 81 159
Ashley Williams 78 84 162
Nicole Green 84 80 164
Jodi Smith 84 91 175

Team results
1. Purdue
2. Mkhlgan
3. Missouri
4. Wisconsin
5. Notre Dame
6. Murray State
7. Northern Iowa
8. Cincinnati
9. Illinois
10. Franklin College

306 324 630
316 317 633
320 318 638
333 330 663
329 339 668
338 338676
340 341681
342 342684
332 358690

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NORTHWESTERN
Player AR
Williamson 3b 4 2
Musselman cf 4 3
Dunn ss 5 0
Baron rf 5 2
Haan lb 4 0
Dainton If 5 0
Dimaggio2b 3 0
Adams ph 2 0
Anderson dh 2 0
Kim ph 1 0
Franzese c 3 1

BI
0
1
3
0
2
1
0
0
0
0
0

MICHIGAN
Playar
Cervenak 3b
Scalesdh
Alcarez If
D.Besco rf
B.Besco lb
Kalczynski ss
Beermann 2b
Kalahar c
Bush cf

ASR
52
4 1
4 1
52
52
4 1
40
4 0
4 1

H Bw
31
00
32
00
1 1
12
01
12
4 0

spring, racked up 43 yards on nine car-
ries.
The receiving corps looked excep-
tional despite a few dropped balls here
and there and the absence of injured
senior tight end Jerame Tuman.
Tuman's counterparts, senior Mark
Campbell and junior Aaron Shea,

i

Men's Golf Results
Results from the Marshall Invitational in Huntington,
West virginia.

Baseball Box Score (Fmaw)

Michigan finishers
Adam Anderson 73 73
Michael Harris 73 75
Kyle Dobbs 74 73
David Jasper 78 73
Brent idalski 79 78

73
73
75
77
74

NORTHWESTERN
Player AB R H
Williamson cf/3b4 1 2
Dunn ss 4 0 1
Barch rf 4 0 1
Franzese c 4 0 0
Haan Ib 4 1 1
Dainton If 2 0 0
O'Donnell ph 1 1 1
DiMaggio 3b 1 0 0
Musselman pr/cf 20 1
Dodd dh 40 0
Pederson 2b 2 1 0
Koplove ph 1 0 0

MICHIGAN
Player
Cervenak 3b
Sanborn dh
Scales ph/dh
Alcarez If
D.8esco rf
B.Besco lb
Kalczynski ss
Beermann 2b
Kalahar c
Bush cf

I

AB R H I
5 2 2 2
3 1 2 2
2110
2A 0 1 1
2001
5 0 2 0
A 1 0 0

Totals
Northwestemr
MIchigan

38 812 7 Totals

3910101

2201 023 000-8
006 103 00x-10
IP H R ER - 580

Team results
1. Northwestern
2. Ohio State
3. Indiana
4. Miami of Ohio
5. MIchIgan
6. Kent State
7. Minnesota
7. Eastern Kentucky
9. Kentucky
10. Toledo
10. Ball State

289 296 293
295 289 289
288 291 296
301 294 290
298 294 295
297 299 296
301 299 296
296 304 296
304 295304
305 295304
299 305 300

2 1 1 1 Williamson
4223 Levey
Seaman 1,0-5
36101310 Kelley
Hribemik
)02-4 Herr W, 1-0
1 x -10 Steketee S.6

3.1
1.2
3
5
.2
3
.1

9
0
1
7
1
4
0

7
1
2
5
3
0
0

3
1
0
4
3
0
0

0
3
1
3
2
1
0

3
0
1
6
0
0
1

Totals
Northwestern
Michigan
Norwester
Brasser L, 3-4
Padgett
Michigan
Steinbach

33 4 T 2 Totals
101 000 0
063 000 0:

IP H R ER 68 SO

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3 1 1 2

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