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- SPORTSMonday - November 17, 1997

Eastern Conference

USA Today/ESPN Poll
The new USA Today/ESPN Coaches top 25 cortege foo-
balC palt with resots through Nov. 16, First -place votes
tn parentheses.

Western Conference

Atlantic Division
Team W
Miami 6
New York 6
New Jersey 5
Orlando 5
Boston 4
Washington 4
Philadelphia 2
Central Division
TeamW
Atlanta 10
Charlotte 5
Chicago 6
Milwaukee 5
Cleveland 4
Indiana 4
Detroit 4
Toronto 1

L
3
3
3
4
5
5
6
L
0
3
4
4
5
5
6
8

Pct.
.667
.667
.625
.556
.444
.444
.250
Pct.
1.000
.625
.600
.556
.444
.444
.400
.111

GB
.5
1
2
2
3.5
GB
4
4
4.5
5.5
5.5
6
8.5

Midwest Division
Team W
San Antonio 6
Minnesota 5
Utah 5
Vancouver 4
Houston 3
Dallas 3
Denver 0
Pacific Division

L
3
3
5
5
8
l
2
3
7
8

Pct.
.667
.625
.556
.400
.375
,375
.000
Pct.
1.000
,857
.750
.700
.222
.111
.000

GB
0.5
1
2.5
2.5
2.5
5.5
GB
1.5
2
2
6.5
7.5

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

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

W
8
6
6
1
0

Team
1. Florida State (29)
z. thc~an 20)
3. tebsasI~a (13)
4. Ohio State
5. Tenessee
8. Penn State
7. Kansas State
&. North Carolina
S, UCLA
10. Florida
11, Washington State
1.2. Arizona State
13. Auburn
14, Georgia
15. Virginia Tech
1&. Texas A&M
17. Syracuse-
18. L.SU
19, Missssippi State
20. Washington
21. West Virginia
22. Coorado State
23, Missouri
24. wisconsin
25. purdue.:

RFC,
10.0
10Q
s1
8.2
8.2
8-2
7.2-
7-2
7-3
7-2
7-3
7-2
7-d
&-3
7-3

Pfs..
1.509
,489
L.342
7~ 238
1.203
1,119'
1,101
964
918
859
797
689
627
611
481
427
410
405
397
145
140.
137
214

Prey.
1
2
3
4
5
Si
8
3
10
12
13
15
16
7
17
19
11
25
14
23
NR
NR
24
20

Why: Scored the game-winning goal against Ferris State in Michigan's
3-2 overtime victory on Friday. The senior right winger scored two
goals in the game and assisted on the other. He also netted one goal in
yesterday's rematch against the Bulldogs. He has 10 goals on the sea-
son and is the leading active point-scorer in Division I college hockey.
Background: Averaged more than 24 goals per season and scored
against 33 goalies.Second-most in points among CCHA players (122)
over the last two seasons.Named to the College Hockey Showcase; All
Showcase team. Enrolled in the Division of Kinesiology majoring in Muckalt
sports management and communications.0
U.S. nixes El Salvador

Who: Bill Muckalt
Hometown: Williams Lake, B.C.
Previous team: Kelowna Spartans

Sport: Ice Hoc key
Year Senior
Eligblity; Senior

Yesterday's Results
ATLANTA 89. L.A. Clippers 83
New Jersey 77, CLEVELAND 72
PHOENIX 96. Houston 94
SEATLLE 119. Milwaukee 99
L.A. LAKERS 121, Vancouver 95

Today's Games
Dallas at Portland, 10 p.m.
HOME TEAM IN CAPS

NHL Standings

NCAA Men's Basketball Results

Eastern Conference

Western Conference

Atlantic Division
Team W
Philadelphia 13
New Jersey 14
Washington 12
NY Rangers 9
NY Islanders 8
Florida 6
Tampa Bay 2

Central Division

L-
6
5
7
9
8
9
15

Pts.
29
28
26
21
20
16
6
Pms
28
23
22
22
19
14

Team
Detroit
St. Louis
Dallas
Phoenix
Chicago
Toronto

w
13
14
12
9
7
6

,Northeast Division
Team W L
Montreal 13 5
-Boston 10 7
Ottawa 9 8
Pittsburgh 9 9
Carolina 8 10
Buffalo 5 10

L
5
5
6
8
12
9
L
5
8
8
10
14
13
13

Pts.
30
30
28
20
16
15
Pts.
26
22
21
15
13
13
11

Pacific Division
Team w
Colorado 10
Los Angeles 9
Anaheim 8
Edmonton 5
San Jose 6
Vancouver 5
Calgary 3

Sunday
Boston College 87, C. Connecticut 54
Fordham 72, Holy Cross 66
Duke 78, Army 45
Virginia-Comm. 55, Georgia State 54
Nebraska 75, UNCGreensboo 51
Illinois-Chicago 73, Louisiana Tech 68
Illinois State 101, Oakland (Mich.) 66
Arizona State 97, Cal State-North, 91
Missouri 85, Western Carolina 64
Iowa 11.2, North Texas 64
Arkansas 114, Northeastern Illinois 56
E. Wash. 80, Sam Houston State 77
Wyoning 73. Denver 50
Tex. Chnistian 78, Southwest Miss. 67
Southemn Cal 79. Cal State-Sac. 40
Miami 69, Florida-Atlantic 47
Saturday
Western Michigan 68t, Michigan 63
Ball State 83, Montana Tech 50
Seton Hall 76, St. Peter's 60
Syracuse 60, UNC-Asheville 57
Baylor 98, Troy State 44
Georgetown 89, Georgia State 72
St. Louis 84, Maryland-E. 68
Bethel (Tenn.) 85, Valparaiso 75
Wright State 82, C. Michigan 72
Georgia-Southern 97. Webber 69
Oklahoma 75, Jackson State 62
Bradley 81, Montana 54
Howard 93, Siena 86
E. Michigan 86, Drake 58
Appalachian State 81, Umestone 55
CDC 82, Wof ford 65
Florida 66, Nichols State 63

Mercer 91, Piedmont 67
West Virginia 87, East Carolina 66
Portland 72, Fairfield 55
Charleston (SC.) 83, Tenn:-Wesleyan 44
Butler 87, IAQ 44
Newberry 70, Furman 69
Uiberty 62, Elon 54
lona 96, Morgan State 92
St. Franis (Pa) 60, Young. State 46
St. John's 72, Lafayette 49
Wake Forest 88, Virginia-Miitary 70
Williamn & Mary 72, Stetson 51
St. Bonaventure 71, Bowling Green 63
Connecticut 88, Yale 57
Memphis 75, Northeast Louisiana 74
Mississipp St. 64, Centenary 40
Bucknell 72, Robert Momrs 56
Tennessee Tech 84, Lambuth 72
Oklahoma State 103, Texas-Pan Am. 71
George Washington 84, Delaware 79
Vanderbilt 81, East Tennessee State 53
Austin Peay 67, Evansville 62
Colorado State 85, Simon Fraser 61
Oral Roberts 124, Jarvis Christian 49
Prarie View A&M 83, PSG 77
Northern Arizona 89, Sonoma State 67
Buffalo 85. Southern Utah 75
Utah 87. Cal State-Fullerton 59
Cal Poly SLO0 83, Arkansas State 63
Gonzaga 97. Concordia (Ore.) 50
Pacific 80. Cal State-Stan. 45
San Francisco 75, UC-Irvine 59
Long Beach State 53, Florida A&M 51
UNLV 96, Loyola Marymount 81
Kent State 91. Hillsdale 56
Loyola 106, RAS 84

Yesterday's Results
N.Y. RANGERS 4, Colorado 1
VANCOUVER 4, Carolina 1
PHILADELPHIA 3, Tampa Bay 2
Dallas 4, ANAHEIM 0
Detroit 3, CHICAGO 3

Today's Games
Tampa Bay at Montreal, 7:30 p.m.
Boston at Ottawa, 7:30 p.m.
St. Louis at Toronto, 7:30 p.m.
Edmonton at Phoenix, 9 p.m.

Home Team in CAPS
NFLStandings

IAFC

NFC

East
Team
N.Y. Jets
Miami
New England
Buffalo
Indiianapolis
Cotvai
Team
", Jacksonville
Pittsburgh
Tennessee
Baltimore
Cincinnati

w
7
6
6
5
1
w
8
8
5
4
3

L
4
4
5
5
10
L
3
3
6
6
8

STR
Wi
W1
L1
LI
W1
STR
W3
W2
L1
Ti
Li

East
Team
N.Y. Giants
Dallas
Washington
Philadelphia
Arizona
Central
Team
Green Bay
Minnesota
Tampa Bay
Detroit
Chicago
West
Team
San Francisco
W10
Carolina
New Orleans
Atlanta
St. Louis

W
7
6
6
4
2
W
8
8
5
1

L
4
5
5
6
9
L
3
3
3
6
10

T
0
0
0
1
0
T
0
0
0
0
0

STR
wl
W2
L1
T1
L2
STR
Ll
L11
W3
wl
L3
STR
L2
W2
W1
U7

NCAA Football Results

West
Team W L T STR
Denver 9 2 0 Li
Kansas City 8 3 0 Wi
Seattle 6 5 0 Li
Oakland 4 7 0 Wi
San Diego 4 7 0 L2
Yesterday's Resuts
KANSAS CITY 24, Denver 22
INDIANAPOLIS 41, Green Bay 38
DETROIT 38, Minnesota 15
PITTSBURGH 20, Cincinnati 3
TAMPA BAY 27, New England 7
Philadelphia 10, BALTIMORE 10 (tie)
JACKSONVILLE 17, Tennessee 9
NEW ORLEANS 20, Seattle 17
Atanta 27, ST. LOUIS 21
N.Y. GIANTS 19, Arizona 10
DALLAS 17, Washington 14
SAN FRANCISCO 24, Carolina 19
NM.Y. Jets 23, CHICAGO 15
Oakland 38, SAN DIEGO 13
Tonightt's Game
buffalo at Miami, 9 p.m.
HOME TEAM IN CAPS

W L T
10 1 0

5
4
3
2

6
7
8
9

0
0
0
0

East
Bucknell 33, Towson 0
Cornell 33, Columbia 22
Dartmouth 13, Brown 7
Delaware 24, Lehigh 19
Fordham 42, Georgetown 0
Harvard 33, Penn 0
Lafayette 34, Holy Cross 0
Navy 52, Colgate 24
New Hampshire 38, Boston U 0
Princeton 9, Yale 0
Slippery Rock 27, California (Penn.) 6
Syracuse 32. Pittsburgh 27
Villanova 42, Buffalo 28
West Virginia 41, Temple 21
Widener 35. Susquehanna 28 (20T)
Midwest
M~ikan 26, Wisconsin 16
Northwestern 15. Iowa 14
Ohio State 41, Illinois 6
Penn State 42, Purdue 14
Minnesota 24, Indiana 12
Albion 31, Thomas More 13
Alleghany 75, Oberlin 16
Carthage 14, North Park 0
Chicago 12, Kenyon 0
Friends 29, Tabor 25
Kansas State 37. Colorado 20
Mami (OH) 42. Northern Illinois 0
Missouri 42, Baylor 24
Nebraska 77, Iowa State 14
Saginaw Valley 52. N. Michigan 20
Toledo 42, Akron 10
Walsh 14, Malone 6
Wartburg 49, Luther 15
Wittenberg 50, Earlham 14

Souh
Auburn 45, Georgia 34
Catawba 24, Lenoir-Rhyne 21
Centre 38, Rhodes 14
Clark Atlanta 23, Savannah State 22
Florida 48. South Carolina 21
Florida State 58, Wake Forest 7
Furman 28. Wofford 7
Georgia Tech 41. Duke 38
Hofstra 40. Liberty 27
Kentucky 21, Vanderbilt 10
Memphis 21, Louisville 20
Miami 51, Rutgers 23
Mississippi State 32, Alabama 20
Murray Slate 13, Tennessee State 7
North Carolina 17, Clemson 16
Notre Dame 24, LSU 6
Texas 45. Kansas 31
Texas A&M 51, Oklahoma 7
Texas Tech 27, Oklahoma State 3
West
Air Force 14, Wyoming 3
Anizona State 52, Oregon 31
Idaho 35, New Mexico State 18
New Mexico 38, Brigham Young 28
San Diego State 20, Fresno State 19
San Jose State 38, Hawaii 14
Southern Cal 23, Oregon State 0
UCLA 52. Washington 28
Utah 31, Rice 14
Utah State 38. Nevada 19
Washington State 38, Stanford 28
Black Hills St. 34, Colorado Coll. 19
UC Davis 40, W. Oregon 16
N. Colorado 34, N. Dakota 7
W. Washington 27, S. Oregon 26

AP Top 25Po!
Thie Associatd Press Toi25 en's basietball resa-
Soti poll, wit is ~ace votes in parnthoeses
9997
TeamAt.Ps. -Pry.
1 Aura(30) 25- 178 15
2 Kansas{28 342 1,8 1
3, Duke 184 244, 160
4. North :Caolna (4) 220-7. 1°382 4
5. Clemson. 23-0 1.323 14
6. UCLA 248 t,319 7
7. Swrl tarQM3na24- 1257 '6
& Kentucky 356S.1256 S
9- Rue1812.1.246
10. Xavier 23G6 1.70 13
i. NtewiMexico 25-8. 1,015 11
12. Connectict 1815 813 -
13. Freso State - 2012 760 -
14. Staford 22- 720 21
18.10owa 22-10 634 -
16. Utah -24 530 :2
17. ndIana 22-11 525
'18. UNCChlotte? 22-9 512 -
19. Corgia 244 344 17
20. Oklahoma 91 310 -
21. Rhode island 2010 278 -
22, Texas 112 248 -
23. Mississippi 209 235 -
24. Temple 01 204 -
25. L 25 203, '26-. 203 .2
The new USA oj/ESPN0co0achstp 25reseso
in Y En~ clge a 1tbalpol. f#istpae votes it
paetheses.
Team Re; Ps PRe.
1. Aizona(16) 25.9 7x27 1
2.ladeke ( . 249 62$4
3. NorthCaollna{l3 287 672 4
6. UCLA 248 63 r.
6. Prtecue 1812 561 -
71 Clemson -2310 84
S. So th Caoia 24.8 512 14
9. Kntucky 35 505 2
1. New Mexico 258 432 19
11. Xavier 23-- 372? 22
12. Staford 228 32 12
13. Connecticut 1815 322 -
14.tUtah 294 273 6.
15. Fresno State 2011 244 -
16. owa 2210 243
17. INCCharltte 22-9 21
1a. Indiana 2211. 197 -
a0 M~id ee34.1 14M 24
21. klahoma 01-11 42 -
22, (eorgi 238 107
2.3 Mayland 2211 104
24 Texas 21&1 97 20
25. Rnpdelsland - 20 1)89
US Tday/EP o 5Pl
The Assited Pess Top 2 wome's basketball pre-
seaison poll, wk it istlae ots in paeteses
1996-97
Temrr Rec. Ps. Prey.
1. TruEntssee j51) 29-0 1,488 1
2. Lui38$Teh (9) 31- 4 1 .41 8
3. Stamford 342 1.304 3
4. Old Domiion 342 ,268 2
5. N~rth Carolia 293 1,82 -t, -
to Coetcut 331 1165 4
7. illinis; 24-8 996 13
$,Flolda :24-4 992 6
g. Te48S Lech 20-959N 0 19 -
10, Alabma 257 04~ 11'
11. Vewiderbit - 20-l1 59 17 -
12 lowa 5 812 36 -
13. Virgrina 3-8T27-.14:
14. Georga:' 25 70'::7
1. Rrizar A2°, 455 . -
16.OI C 6ord 23-9 44 15
17. Western Kentuky 229 414
18 Stepheo F Austin 285 394 22 -
19. !ue 191 381)
2.Auburn 221 334 >20
21 eo<ge Wstuifl004l 27&6 274 11)
-22. ElAne - 275 2C 24 --
24. Te as w 22-8 21 48
25 LSat)25-5 187 1
NCAA Women's Basketball
Results
Yesterday's Scores
Kansas 63, Creighton 59
Nebraska 74, Alabama 66
Western Kentucky 77, New Mexico 76

FOXBORO, Mass. (AP) -- Brian
McBride's two goals yesterday may win
him a trip to soccer's World Cup with
the rest of the Americans. They didn't
hurt U.S. coach Steve Sampson's
chances either, but they ruined El
Salvador's.
The United States, which last week
clinched a berth in next summer's tour-
nament in France, held on for a 4-2 win
without its best players and ended the
qualifying round in second place with a
4-1-5 record.
El Salvador (2-4-4) was eliminated
from qualifying in the North and
Central American and Caribbean
region, which will send three teams to
the 32-nation field.
It needed a victory and a Mexican
win over Jamaica yesterday to get in but
NCAAS
Continued from Page 113
weekend.
Michigan's dream season is over.
The college careers of Debbie
Flaherty, Ruth Poulin and Karen
Montgomery ended yesterday. But
not before they experienced what
was virtually unthinkable when the
'seniors showed up as green fresh-
men.
The Wolverines finished 7-1-1 in
the conference this year - much
better than the 1-6 performance in
1994. The Big Ten tournament cham-
pionship a week ago was the excla-
nmation point.
"This was my goal," said Flaherty,
following the championship. "When
I first came to this program, I knew
it would start out slowly and hope-
Fia' okygm
jMichigan 3, Ferris State 2
Feris State 0 2 0 0- 2
Michigan 1 0 1 1-- 3
First period -1. UM. Hayes 4 (Muckal), 18:56.
Penalties -- FSU., Homer (interference), 11:03;
FSUJ, Colborn~e (tripping), 14:37.
Second period -1. FSU, Colborne 1 (unassisted),
2:14; 2. FSU, Kowalski 5 (McCullough, Colborne),
13:31 (4 on 4). Penalties - UM, Huntzicker (inter-
ference), 2:53: FSU, Bennetts (hooking), 5:52; UM,
Van Ryn (interference), 8:19; UM, Langfeld (rough-
ing after whistle), 12:15; FSU, Irwin (roughing after
whistle), 12:15; UM, Langfeld (delay of game),
18:09; FSU, Irwin (delay of game), 18:09.
Third period --2. UM, Muckalt 8 (Kosick), 2:21.
Penalties - UM, Langfeld (holding opponents
-stick), 9:37; UM, Kahler (unsportsmanlike con-
duct), 12:40; FSU, Oiaski (unsportsmanlike con-
duct), 12:40.
Overthme - 3. UM, Muckalt 9 (Hayes), 1:49.
Shots on goal - FSU 6-14-10.1 - 31; UM 11-8.7-2
- 28.
Power Platys - FSU, 0 of 3; UM, 0 of 3.
Saves - FSU, Owen 10.8-6-1 - 25; UM, Turco 6-
12-10.1.
Referee - Steve Piotrowski.
Assistant Referees - John Dobrzelewski, Dave
Kronenberg.
At: Yost Ice Arena. A: 6.457.

even a win over the Americans would '
have mattered since the Jamaicans
Mexicans played a scoreless tie.-
Mexico (4-0-6) finished first, o ine
point ahead of the Americans and
Jamaica (3-2-5) finished third, becom-
ing the first Caribbean nation to qualify
for the World Cup since Haiti in 1974.
Chris Henderson, another Ameran
fighting for a roster spot, scored in the
49th minute to make it 3-0 before
Nildelson de Melo scored in the.0~
and Raul Diaz Arce converted a peni
kick in the 63rd. But Preki
Radosavljevic made it 4-2 in the 82nd
minute.--
The United States scored its m~ost
goals in 31 World Cup games since a M5-
1 victory over Jamaica on Aug. 13,
1988.
fully end like this."
But the joy didn't come easiliy.
first. The senior-, liver( thrniizh e
initial pains of losing and then sacri-
ficed a little more for the team to
win. Flaherty handed over the sc~r-
ing reigns to sophomore Amber
Berendowsky and Poulin gave up~h'er
starting role for most of the season.
Appropriately, however, it Was
Flaherty who put the finishing touch
on Michigan's record-breaking ea-
son. Even though her career was
but over, the four-year starter score
Michigan's only goal of the NCAA
tournament.t
Four years ago when she began,
Flaherty was the best scorer on,,a-
mediocre team. '-
Yesterday when her college career
ended, she was the last scorer 6W a
great team.
Sundayshokygm
Michigan 3, Ferris State 3 -
Michigan 2 1 0 0-3 "
Ferris Stato 0 3' 0 0- 3
First period - 1. UM, Hayes 5 (Rominski,
Magnuson), 6:42; 2. UM, Hayes 6 (Langfeld,
Muckalt), 19:59 (pp). Penalties - FSU, Irwin
(charging), 2:24; UM, Kahler (cross-checking),
4:27; FSU, Golden (slashing), 4:27; UM, Matzka.Q
(tripping), 7:59: UM, Magnuson (tripping), 16:28L-
FSU, Bennetts (tripping), 18:30.-
Second period - 3. UM, Muck alt 10 (Van Ryn,
Turco), 8:40 (4 on 4); 1. FSU, Homer 4 (Swider,
Irwin), 11:13; 2. FSU, Irwin 5 (Swider), 11:33; 3.
FSU, Wishart (Irwin, Dube), 15:15 (pp). Penalties
- FSU, Homer (roughing), 1:57: UM, Langfeld -
(interference), 2:13; FSU, Colborne (holding), 6:4'
FSU, Wishiart (hooking), 6:42; UM, Peach (rough-
ing), 7:14; UM, Huntzicker (roughing), 9:34; UM;'
Matzka (roughing), 9:34; FSU, Colborne (slashing)~
9:34; FSU, Sergott (roughing), 9:34; UM, Ritchlin
(slashing), 12:00. ,,
Third period - No scoring. Penalties - FSU, Olaski
(interference), 5:56; UM, Merrick (roughing),
14:18; FSU, Olaski (roughing), 14:18.
Overtimre - No scoring. Penalties - UM, Kosick.A
(slashing), 1:47.
Shots on goal - UM, 9,9.6-0- 24; FSU, 6.1482'
-30.
Power Plays -UM,1 of 6;FSU,l of 6.
Saves - UM, Turco 6.11-8-2 - 27; FSU, Owen 7-8
6-0 -21.
Referee- john Kelly.
Assistant Referees - Butch Friedman, John
Nowosatka.

Next Week's Games
Arizona at Baltimore. 1 p.m.
Buffalo at Tennessee, 1 p.m.
Dallas at Green Bay, 1 pm.
Indianapolis at Detroit, 1 p.m.
Miami at New England, 1 p.m.
Minnesota at N.Y. Jets, 1 p.m.
New Orleans at Atlanta, 1 p.m.
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, 1 pm.
Tampa Bay at Chicago. 1 p.m.
Carolina at St. Louis. 4 p.m.
Jacksonville at Cincinnati, 4 p.m.
Kansas City at Seattle, 4 p.m.
San Diego at San Francisco, 4 p.m.
N.Y. Giants at Washington. 8 p.m.
Next Monday's Game
Oakland at Denver, 9 p.m.

__ __ __.. _ ____

Transactions
-Saturday
Qasketballi
Chicago Bulls - Signed guard Rusty LaRue to a one-
Year contract.
New Jersey Nets - Signed forward Xavier McDaniel to
a one-year contract.
Football
Chicago Bears - Activated running back Michael
Hicks and cornerback Terry Cousin from the practice

squad: waived cornerback Tony Stargell and defensive
end Kurt Barber.
New Orleans Saints - Signed cornerback Donovan
Greer, who had been on practice squad since Sept. 4,
to a one-year contract
San Diego Chargers - Place kicker John Carey on
the reserve injured list; signed safety Gerome Williams.
Friday
college
Mississippi State - Signed football coach Jackie
Shenill to a four-year contract extension through 2001.

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Jackson .34 2-6 1-6 2-8 24 5
Toothman 28 0-1 0-0 0-2 0 1 0
Van Timmeren2l 1-3 0-0 1-3 1 5 2
Kimbrough 36 3-9 1-2 0-2 6 4 8
Washington 38 10-22 7-9 2.5 1 2 33
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Horton 4 0-1 0-0 0-1 0 1 0
Bullock 11 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 3 0
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blocks:13(Johnson). Steals: 13 (Jackson 5,
Johnson 5, Washington 3). Technical Fouls: none.
MICHIGAN (63) R
MIN *-A M-A 4T A F PTS
Baston 25 3-6 2-6 2-11 1 5 8
Ward 25 3-8 2-2 1.2 0 4 10
Traylor 39 9-15 4-8 6-15 3 2 22
Reid 38 1-5 0-001 43 2
Bullock 37 1-9 10.10 0.4 4 4 12
Oliver 3 0-0 0-0 0.0 0 0 0
Asselin 7 11 1-2 1-1 0 0 3
Smith 22 3-5 0-0 1-5 0 3 6
Vignier 4 0-0 0-0 0-1 1 1 0
Totals -200 2149 19-28124113 22863
FGL, .429. FT% .679. 3-point FG: 2-13, .154
(Ward2-4, Bullock 0.5, Reid 0-3, Smith 0-1). d
Bocks; 4 (Traylor 2, Baston 2). Steals: 8 (Reid3
Asselin 1, Baston 1, Smith 1, Traylor 1, Ward 1).
Technical Fouls: none.
Michigan......30 33 -63
Western Michigan ........28 40 - 68
At: C InerArena

armn~AA1 YR1 ai)F REB
MIN MU- A M -0T A F *S
Konkolova 21 1-2 0-2 2-2 2 1 2
Makoukina 20 2-6 0-0 0-2 1 5
Tatosova 14 3-5 0-0 1-2 0 5..
Taskova 35 5-13 4-4 0-1 1 2
Lomjanska 33 7-13 2-4 2-3 3 0 - 9
Pavlickova 21 2-3 6.8 2-3 2 4 1
Jurikova 25 3-11 0-1 2-3 1 5 6
Hargasova 14 0.1 0-0 0.1 0 2-4)
Kukoa 17 1-2 0-0 0-1 4 0, 4
Totals 200 24-56 12-1911-20 14 24 7
FG%: .429. FT%:.634. 3-point FG: 7-19, .368 -
(Lomjanska 3.5, Taskova 3-7, Kuckova 1-2,-
Makoukina 0.3, Jurikova 0-1, Hargasova 0-1)x"
Blocks: 1 (Makoukina). Steals: 8 (Makoukina 2,
Jurikova 2, Taskova 1, Lomjanska 1, Pavlickova 1,
Kuckova 1). Technical Foals: none.
MICHIGAN (95)
FO FT rEBg-
MIN M-A N-A 0-T A F ,, .
Willard 22 2.5 2-6 2-7 2 1 "
Johns 28 5-9 9-14 37 0 2,
Thomas 26 8-13 2-4 3-7 1 2 -J18
T o i s 2 3 3 1 - 1 4 7 1=Mu r y 1 4 7 0 0 1 3 02Fr a n k lin 1 6 1 - 2 4 - 4 2 - 3 2 3 '6
Walker 0+ 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0
Lemire 31 5-9 2-2 3.3 2 1 12
Dykhouse 10 0.1 0-0 0-2 0 2 10
Stowe 21 6-10 5-5 4-7 0 4 17
Totals 200 34-59 25-3723-4814 18 95
FG%: .576. FT%: .676. 3-point FG: 2-8,-250 . -:
(Willard 1-2, Murray 1-4, Lemire 0-2). Blocks: 1
(Thorius). Steals: 11 (Thomas 4, Johns 3, Franklin
1, Lemire 1, Murray 1, Stowe 1). Technical Fools:
none.

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