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- The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - February 23, 1998

SCORES

&

STANDINGS

Women's college basketball
The few USA Today/ESPN coaches top 25 women's college basketbal po,
with results through Feb. 22. First-place votes in parentheses,

Team
. Tennesaee (38)
2. ConnectCUt
3. Old ormnion
4. touisiana Tech
5 stanford
6. Texas Tech
7. North Carolna
8. Arizona
9. tinois
' 10. Noa Carolina St.
12, Florida
13. Florida international
14. Vandetbit
15. Veginia
19. Clemson
20. Utah
21. wastungon
22, Stephen F. Austin
23. Wistonsin
24. Iowa State
25. Southwest Missouri St.

Rec.
280
24-2
21-2
20-3
15-5<
18-4
20-5
16-5
18-6
19-4
19-8
21I
17-7
19-7
1397
20.6
19-3
1c6
2(-3
18-8
20-5
184

P04nts
50
87
884
841.
795
754
691.
623
618
571~
536
456
442
377
352
280
268
25?
246
208
170
125
84
62

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USCHO Hockey Poll
Results through Feb. 17. First-place votes in parentheses.
Team Record Points Previous
1. North Oakota (29) 22-4-1 299 1
2. Michigan State 22-4-5 242 3
3. New Havpshire 21-5-1 226 4
4. Boston Anversity 21-5-2 214 2
5. Michigan (1) 24-41 205 5
6 Yale 19-40 147 6
7. St, Cloud 1E82 84 9
8. Boston College 19-8-4 81 1Q,
9. Miami (Ohio) 188-4 69 7
10. Wisconsi 20-9-1 61 8
USA Today/American Hockey Magazine
Coaches Poll
Resuts through Feb. 17. Frst-place votes in parentheses.
ream Rec. Pls. Previous
1, North Dakota (10) 2341 100 1
2, Michigan State 22-4-5 88 3
3, New Hampshire 21-5-1 74 4
4. Boston University 21-52 72 2
5. Yale 19-4-0 58 5
6. Michigan 256-1 55 6
7, Boston College 184 30 9
.8, St. Cloud 18-&2 28 10
9. Miami (Ohio) 18--4 22 7
10. Wisconsin 20-9-1 19 8

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

Who: Jennie Eberwein
Hometown: Germantown, Penn.
High School: Germantown Academy

Sport: Swimming
Year: Junior
Eligibility: Junior

Why: Eberwein swam to three first-place finishes, each of which was a
Big Ten Championships record ... broke teammate Shannon
Shakespeare's 100-yard freestyle record in preliminaries, then broke
her own record in finals, with a time of 49.07.
Background: Member of 1997 U.S. World University Games team ...
won gold medal in 400 freestyle relay ... placed eighth in 100 freestyle
... holds conference record in 50 free (22.59) ... member of conference
record-holding 200- and 400-free relay teams.

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..... iYYIWiYYMiilYil"'

Michigan Scores and Results

Men's College Basketball Results

Unlikely pair steals
show in last events

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Women's
Swimming
at Big Ten Championships,
Bloomington.
Team Scores
1. Michigan 788.5
2. Minnesota 644.5
3. Nothwestern 388
4. Wisconsin 363
5. Indiana 278.5
6. Illinois 270
7. Iowa 226
8. Ohio State 205
9. Michigan St. 165
10. Purdue 153.5
200-yard freestyle relay
1. Michigan 1:30.97
(Eberwein, Johnson,
Crisman, Shakespeare)
500 freestyle
1. Michigan 3:40.89
14meter dng
1. T.D. Rowe (Minn.)
422.85
50 freestyle
1. Jennifer Cristy, IU 22.63
1. Jennie Eberwein, 22.63
3. Jennifer Crisman, 23.02
400 medley relay
1. Michigan 3:40.89
(Riker, Gustin, Crisman,
Eberwein)
200 medley relay
1. Michigan 1:42.13
(Crisman, Gustin, Bendel,
Shakespeare)
400 IM
1. Katy Christoferson
(Minn.) 4:20.46
5. Kathy O'Neill 4:23.43
100 Butterfly
1. Gina Panighetti (Wisc.)
54.13
2. Jennifer Crisman 54.94
200 Freestyle
1. Jennie Eberwein 1:47.22
2. Shannon Shakespeare
1:47.93
100 Breaststroke
1. Gretchen Hegener
(Minn.) 1:01.66
S.Rachel Gustin 1:02.84
4. Ellen Fraumann 1:03.28
100 Backstroke
1 Jennifer Crisman 54.72
2. Linda Riker 55.34
800 Free relay
:-1 Michigan 7:19.51
(Eberwein, Johnson, Sugar,
Shakespeare)
100 Freestyle
1. Jennie Eberwein 49.82
4. Shannon Shakespeare
50.63
100 Butterfly
1. Gina Panighetti (Wisc.)
54.13
2. Jennifer Crisman 54.94
200 Freestyle
1. Jennie Eberwein 1:47.22
2. Shannon Shakespeare
1:47.93
100 Breaststroke
1. Gretchen Hegener
(Minn.) 1:01.66
3. Rachel Gustin 1:02.84
4. Ellen Fraumann 1:03.28

100 Backstroke
1. Jennifer Crisman 54.72
2. Linda Riker 55.34
800 Free relay
1. Michigan 7:19.51
(Eberwein, Johnson, Sugar,
Shakespeare)
100 Freestyle
1. Jennie Eberwein 49.82
4. Shannon Shakespeare
50.63
50 freestyle
1. Jennifer Cristy, IU 22.63
1. Jennie Eberwein, 22.63
3. Jennifer Crisman, 23.02
Results from Friday night's
Wrestling
dual meet with Indiana'
Cliff Keen Arena
118 Pat Cassidy (IU)
dec. Chris Viola,
12-8.
126 Joe Warren (U-M)
tech. fall over Brian Smiley,
24-9
134 Damion Logan (U-M)
pinned James Torres, F
2:44
142 Corey Grant (U-M)
dec. Gabe Cook, 6-2
150 Kevin Stanley (IU)
dec. Bill Lacure, 8-6
158 Jason Rawls (U-M)
dec. Dan Weber, 4-3
167 Jeff Catrabone (U-M)
major dec. Butch
Hildebrand, 9-1
177 Joe DeGain (U-M) dec.
Josh Greenspan, 9-6 190
Jason DeVries (IU) dec.
Ryan Balcom, 4-1
HWT Airron Richardson (U-
M) major dec. Michael
Dixon, 20-7
Women's Crew
at CR.A.S.H. B World
Indoor Rowing
Championship
Intemational Finals
2,000 meters
Kate McKenzie 6:57.4
(10th)
Collegiate Finals
7. Kate Johnson 7:03.5
CLUB SPORTS
FIGURE SKATING
Precision
4. Michigan
Intermediate Free Skate
3. Sarah Kepner
5. Missy George
Intermediate team compul-
slory
4. Michigan
(Donnie Tigay, Jennifer
Pollack, Missy Goeroge,
Lyn Miska)
Novice - team compulsory
2. Michigan, (Sarah
Kepner, Lisa Moed, Maryah
Bak)
ISIA - Freestyle 4
1. Jennifer Pollack
ISIA - Freestyle 2
1. Monique Dugars

Saturday's results
EAST
Boston U. 87, Delaware 77
Brown 69, Cornell 66
Bucknell 75, Army 61
Columbia 71, Yale 57
Drexel 90, New Hampshire. 65
Fairleigh Dickinson. 102, Wagner 91
Georgetown 84, Boston College 67
Hartford 78, Vermont 72
James Madison 72, American U. 68
La Salle 74, Va. Tech 64
Long Island U. 112, Monmouth, NJ. 92
Massachusetts 82, St. Joseph's 79, 0T
Mt. St. Mary's, Md. 77, Robert Morris 56
Penn 77, Harvard 66
Penn St. 74, Purdue 63
Pitt. 73, Providence 72
Princeton 74, Dartmouth 53
St. Bona. 46, Fordham 44
St. Francis NY 61, Cent. Conn. St. 53
Xavier 83, Duquesne 62
SOUTH
Alabama 69, LSU 60
Appalachian St. 73, UNC-Greensboro 64
Cent. Florida 70, Coll. of Charleston 68, OT
Coppin St. 80, Hampton U. 63
Davidson 75, Georgia Southern 58
Delaware St. 62, Md.-E. Shore 57
Elon 73, Coastal Carolina 68
Fla. International 117, Troy St. 79
Grambling St. 69, Alabama St. 52
Louisiana Tech 89, Arkansas St. 82 .
Maryland 81, Georgia Tech 69
Memphis 93, Louisville 75
Mississippi 82, Mississippi St. 78
N. Carolina St. 86, North Carolina 72
N.C. Charlotte 76, Saint Louis 62
N.C.-Wilmington 84, East Carolina 74
Old Dominion 70, George Mason 66
Richmond 67, Va. Commonwealth 61
S. Carolina St. 73, Morgan St. 64
Samford 81, Mercer 59
South Alabama 55, W. Kentucky 50

South Carolina 79, Florida 74
Southern Miss. 88, Tulane 60
Tennessee 90, Vanderbilt 76
Virginia 78, Clemson 74, OT
W. Carolina 95, Anderson, S.C. 65
Wake Forest 69, Florida St. 68
Wofford 71, Citadel 66
MIDWEST
Michigan St. 56,;Wisconsin 47
Northwestern 70, Ohio St. 62
Ball St. 67, N. Illinois 60
Bowling Green 69, Ohio U. 60
Cincinnati 75, DePaul 38
Cleveland St. 60. Detroit 57
11.-Chicago 74, Loyola, Ill. 58
Kansas 71, Iowa St. 54
Miami, Ohio 71, Marshall 60
Toledo 68, Cent. Michigan 60
W. Michigan 102, E. Michigan 82
Wright St. 75, Wis.-Milwaukee 65
WEST
Ala.-Birmingham 104, Houston 70
Arkansas 107, Auburn 83
Oklahoma 80, Missouri 76
Stephen F.Austin 77, Texas-Arlington 74
Texas Christian 95, New Mexico 64
Texas Tech 86, Texas A&M 83
Arizona 81, Oregon 66
Arizona St. 70, Oregon St. 63
California 84, Washington 67
Wyoming 69, Colorado St. 64, OT
Sunday's results
Michigan 112, Indiana 64
Illinois 79, Iowa 72
Duke 120, UCLA 84
Kentucky 85, Georgia 74
Miami (Fla.) 65, Notre Dame 59
South Florida 57, Marquette 53
Temple 56, George Washington 49
West Virginia 81, Seton Hall 71
Iona 92, Loyola, Md. 82
Marist 73, Canisius 57

NAGANO, Japan (AP) - On the
last day in Nagano, as they did for
much of the last two weeks, Bjorn
Dahlie and Dominik Hasek rose
above the rest.
On Saturday, the last day of the last
Winter Games of the 20th century,
the pair delivered one last time to col-
lect gold medals - the record eighth
for Dahlie, the first for Hasek.
Dahlie won four medals in Nagano
- three golds and one silver - to
become the most successful Winter
Games athlete ever with a dozen
medals.
"Before the race, I didn't believe in
a medal at all," said Dahlie.
"Mentally, I was finished with these
Olympics."
Not quite. Dahlie, in the 50-kilo-
meter race, managed to summon up
one more great effort. After crossing
the finish line for what may be his
last gold, the 30-year-old Dahlie col-
lapsed in the snow.
"Right now I feel I have finished
my ski career," an exhausted Dahlie
said, "I've no motivation."

The United States, led by it:
women, matched its best-ever total o
13 winter medals.
The Americans were one of the
medal favorites in hockey, but Hasel
prevented them from getting eves
whiff of a medal.
Hasek, the NHL's three-time goalie
of the year with the Buffalo Sabres
allowed only six goals in six Olympic
games - five of them victories. In
his last three games, the Czech:
defeated the United States 4-1; the
Canadians 2-1 in a pressure-packed
shootout; and the Russians 1 -0.
The last victory, in addition to
securing the gold, avenged Hase
only defeat of the games.
The Buffalo star turned away 20
Russian shots to lift his team to its
first hockey gold medal and to stake
his claim as the world's best goalie.
Once the competition ended, the
closing ceremony followed
Hundreds of athletes from 72 nation
gathered to dance and celebrate th
Nagano Games.
Arigato for the memories, Naga1

NHL Standings
Eastern Conference

Western Conference

AtlantIc Division
Team W
New Jersey 34
Philadelphia 29
washington 26
N.Y. Rangers 17
N.Y. Islanders 20
Florida 18
Tampa Say 10

L
16
17
19
24
29
27
37

Women's college basketball results
Saturday's results

T
16
9
11
16
8
12
9
T
13
7
11
10
12
7

Pts.
74
67
63
50
48
48
29
Pt s.
71
63
571
56
56
49

Central Division
Team W
Dallas 36
Detroit 31
St. Louis 30
Phoenix 24
Chicago 22
Toronto 19
Pacific Division
Team w
Colorado 29
Los Angeles 26
San Jose 21
Edmonton 19
Anaheim 19
Calgaryr 16
Vancouver 16

L
13
15
21
22
25
29
L
13
20
28
28
28
30
33

T
8
12
8
11
9
7
T
16
9
7
10
9
11
8

Pts.
80
74
68
59
53
45
Pt s.
74
61
49
48
47
43
40

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EAST
Bucknell 80, Army 73
Connecticut 73, Notre Dame 61
La Salle 72, Duquesne 66
Massachusetts 65, St. Bonaventure 54
Pittsburgh 70, Providence 54
Rutgers 57, Boston College 54
Seton Hall 81, Georgetown 63
Virginia Tech 59, Fordham 44
Yale 72, Columbia 56
SOUTH
Auburn 76, Mississippi 56
Davidson 74, Appalachian St. 63
Fla. International 85, Georgia St. 54
Jackson St. 76, Miss. Valley St. 75
Louisiana Tech 89, Arkansas St. 63
Miami 67, Villanova 64
South Alabama 67, Texas-Pan American 48
MIDWEST
Ball St. 84, N. Illinois 69
Butler 82, Wright St. 64
Dayton 88, Temple 81, OT
Detroit 78, Ill.-Chicago 65
Miami, Ohio 77, Marshall 65
Ohio U. 96, Bowling Green 79
Toledo 77, Cent. Michigan 69
W. Michigan 72, E. Michigan 54
Xavier 75, St. Joseph's 64

WEST
Texas 99, Baylor 59
Texas Tech 77, Texas A&M 65
Stanford 92, Washington St. 74
Utah 100, Air Force 39
Washington 83, California 78, OT
Sunday's results
Ohio State 88, Michigan 80
Iowa 71, Minnesota 59
Indiana 83, Michigan State 75
Tennessee 90, Louisiana State 78
Duke 85, Virginia 78
Old Dominion 76, East Carolina 35
North Carolina State 60, North Carolina 57
Vanderbilt 81, Alabama 79
Florida 74, Mississippi State 68
Nebraska 78, Colorado 53
Louisville 62, St. Louis 61
Cincinnatti 62, UNC-Charlotte 57
Missouri 75, Oklahoma 60
Marquette 75, DePaul 60
Maryland 77, Florida State 49
James Madison 60, George Mason 53
American 77, William & Mary 72
Clemson 89, Georgia Tech 55
Rice 76, Hawaii 71

Northeast Division
Team W L
Pittsburgh 29 16
Montreal 28 21
Boston 23 22
Ottawa 23 25
Buffalo 22 21
Carolina 21 29

The NHL has been on hiatus for the Olympics. Play resumes this week.

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NBA Standings
Eastern Conference

Western Conference

Atlantic Division
Team W
Miami 37
NewYork 31
New Jersey 31
Orlando 28
Washington 27
Boston 25
Philadelphia 17
Central Division
Team W
Chicago 41
Indiana 38
Atlanta 32
Charlotte 31
Cleveland 29
Milwaukee 28
Detroit 24
Toronto 12

L
18
22
24
27
28
30
35
L
15
16
23
23
25
26
29
42

PCT
.673
.585
.564
.509
.491
-455
.327
PCT
.732
.704
.582
.574
.537
.519
.453
.222

GB
5
6
9
10
12
18.5
GB
2
8.5
9
115
12
15.5
28

Midwest Division
Team W
Utah 37
San Antonio 36
Minnesota 30
Houston 27
vancouver 14
Dallas 10
Denver 5
Pacific Division
Team W
Seattle 41
Phoenix 37
L.A. Lakers 36
Portland 32
Sacramento 24
Golden State 11
L.A. Clippers 11

L
15
18
23
27
40
44
49
L
13
16
16
22
31
42
43

PCT
.712
.667
.566
.500
.259
.185
.093

GB
2
7
11
24
28
33

PCT GB
.759 -
.698 3.5
.692 4
.593 9
.436 17.5
.208 29.5
.204 30

Yesterday's Results
Milwaukee 79, Cleveland 71
New York 92, Houston 74
Toronto 113, Vancouver 105
Minnesota 113, Sacramento 95

Indiana 97, Philadelphia 92
Miami 90, Golden State 82
Phoenix 97, San Antonio 79
Seattle 88, Denver 68
Portland 121. Boston 96

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The Program in Film and Video Studies Announces The Leonard and Eileen Newman
Writing Prize for Dramatic Writing

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The program in Film and Video Studies invites students enrolled in the College of
Literature, Science and the Arts to submit dramatic writing in any medium (screenplays,
stage plays, teleplays, etc.) for consideration in this year's competition for the annual
Leonard and Eileen Newman Prize for Dramatic Writing. This writing prize carries an award
of $1000. The winner shall be announced as part of the Hopwood Awards ceremony.
To be considered for the competition, students should submit one copy of their completed
work. The submission may be up to 120 pages long. The work should be submitted in
standard three-hole folio binders with the title only on the cover page. The student's
name should not appear anywhere on the work. Only one submission will be permitted
per student. Submissions will not be returned.
An entry form, indicating the student's address, phone, e-mail, and concentration should
accompany each submission. A panel of judges, which will include professionals in the
field of dramatic writing selected from inside and/ or outside the University community,

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