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2B - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - March 9, 1998
Women's Basketball NCAA Tournament

SCORES

&

STANDINGS

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

East
1. Old DominionE
16. St. Francis
8. New Mexico
9. Nebraska
5. Memphis
12. Youngstown St.
4. N.C. State
13. Maine Dayton Arena
3. Arizona Dayton, Ohio
March 21& 23
14. Santa Claras
6.Virginian
11. SouthenMethodist.
7. Georgiam
4,10. George Washington
2. Connecticut.
National Semifinal
15. Fairfield Friday, March 27, 1998
Midwest
1. Texas Tech
16. Gramblin
8. Southwest Missouri St
y 9. Notre Dame
5.Drake
2. Colorado St.
4, Purdue
13. ashigtonLubbock Municipal Collesium
March 21 & 23
14 oycross
21. iami (Fa.)
7. UCLA
20. Mihgan
2. Alabama
15. N.C. Greensboro

Mideast

EVIBApA

; l.Tennesse

National
Championship
Game
Sunday, March 29, 1998
Ke mper Arena
Kansas City, Mo.

16. Libe y
8_Wesrern Kentrc
5. Rutgers
12. Ore on
4. Iowa St.
Memorial Gymnasium 13. Kent
Nashville, Tenn. 3. " s
March 21 & 23
14 Wisc-Green Bay
6. Vanderbilt
1. Uc. Santa Barbara
7. Flordia Intl.
10. Marquette
2.orth Carolina
National Semifinal
Friday, March 27, 1998 15. Howard
Kemper Arena
Kansas City, Mo.
_____ _____W est
1. Stanford
16. Harvard
8. Hawaii
9. Arkansas
5. Kansas
12. Tulane
4.owa
Oakland Collesium Arena 13. Massachusetts
March 21 & 23
14. ontna
\11. Virginia Tech
7. Utah
2. Duke
15. Mid. Tennessee St.

Who: Robert Traylor
Hometown: Detroit
High School: Detroit Murray-Wright

Why: Traylor led the Wolverines to the Big Ten Tour
points and 13 rebounds against Purdue ... His solid
Michigan earn victories over Iowa and Minnesota ..
named the Big Ten Tournament Most Valuable Playe
points and 13 rebounds over the three games.
Background: Team captain for the second straight
several preseason All-America teams ... Was a first1
Conference selection this year ... Won the state ofP
Basketball Award his senior year in high school ...
after this season for the NBA.

Scores and Results
Men's Swimming
-W-=
&t Diving
at Big Ten Championships,
Minneapolis. Feb. 26-28
Team Scores
1. Minnesota 714
2. Michigan 641
3. Penn State 419
4. Ohio State 407
5. Indiana 332
6. Purdue 309.5
7. Northwestern 261
8. Wisconsin 243
9. Iowa 179.5
10. Michigan State 131
Wresting
at Big Ten Championships, State
College
118 lb. Championship Round: David
Morgan, Michigan State dec. Jeremy
Hunter, Penn State 9-7.
Seventh Place: Brandon Paulson,
Minnesota fal Chris Viola, Michigan
6:30
126 lb. Championship Round: Eric
Jetton, Wisconsin maj. dec. Joe
Warren, Michigan 19-7
134 lb. Championship Round: Mark
Ironside, Iowa dec. Biff Walizer, Penn
State 8&4
150 lb. Championship Round: Bill
Lacure, Michigan dec. Clint Musser,
Penn State 54
158 lb. Championship Round: John
Lange, Penn State dec. Gabe
McMahan, Michigan State 9-7
167 lb. Championship Round: Joe
Williams, Iowa dec. Mark Bybee,
Northwestern 6-3
177 lb. Championship Round: Mitch
Clark, Ohio State dec. Jevon Herman,
Illinois 4-0
190 lb. Championship Round: Tim
Hartung, Minnesota dec. Lee Fullhart,
Iowa 3-1OT
HEAVYWEIGHT
Championship Round: Alrron
Richardson, Michigan dec. Shelton
Benjamin, Minnesota
53
Men's Indoor
Track
at Big Ten Championships, West
Lafayette

1
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nament title with 24
efforts also helped
"The Tractor" was
er, averaging 17
season ... Named to
team All-Big Ten
Michigan's Mr.
May leave Michigan Traylor
Team Results
1. Minnesota 108
2. Wisconsin 94
3. Purdue 81
4. Illinois 80.5
5. Iowa 64
6. MichIgan 62
7. Indiana 59
8. Penn State 51
9. Michigan State 46.5
10. Ohio State 17
Women's Indoor Track,.
at Big Ten Championships, East
Lansing
Team Results
1. Michigan 133
2. Wisconsin 112
3. Illinois 110
4. Ohio State 67
5. Purdue 46
6. Penn State 44.5
7. Minnesota 39
8, Indiana 35
9. Iowa 30.5
10. Michigan State 5
Men's Basketball
AMERICA EAST
CHAMPIONSHIP
Delaware 66, Boston U. 58
ATLANTIC 10 CHAMPIONSHIP
Xavier 77, Geo. Washington 63
ATLANTIC COAST
CHAMPIONSHIP
North Carolina 83, Duke 68
BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP
Kansas 72, Oklahoma 58
BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIP
Connecticut 69, Syracuse 64
BIG SKY CHAMPIONSHIP
N. Arizona 77, Montana St. 50
BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIP
Michigan 76, Purdue 67
BIG WEST SEMIFINALS
Pacific 67, Nevada 62
Utah St. 65, Cal Fullerton 56
BIG WEST CHAMPIONSHIP
Utah St. 78, Pacific 63
CONFERENCE USA
CHAMPIONSHIP
Cincy 71, N.C. Charlotte 57
MIDEASTERN ATHLETIC CHAMPIONSHIP
S. Car. St. 66, Coppin St. 61
SOUTHEASTERN FINALS
Kentucky 86, S. Carolina 56
SOUTHLAND CHAMPIONSHIP
Nicholls St. 84, Texas.-Ar. 81
SOUTHWESTERN ATHLETIC CHAMPIONSHIP
Prairie View 59, Tex. Sou 57
WESTERN ATHLETIC CHAMPIONSHIP
UNLV 56, New Mexico 51

Sport: Basketball
Year: Junior
Eligibility: Junior

USA TodayAmerican Hockey Magazine
Coaches Poil
Resuits through Ma" I 1 rstplace votes in pare theses.
Team Rec. Pts, PICviOus
1. Mchigan State (7) 26-4-5 97 2
2. North Dakota (3) 264-5-1 92 i
3. Boston University 25-5-2 81 3
4. New Hampshire 22-81 56 4
5. Michian 28- 55 6
6. Boston college 20-84 53 7
7, Yale 20-1 46 5
8, Clarkson 18-7-3 32 8
9.Wisconsin 21-12-1 14 9
10. Ohio State 204112 11 NR

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