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2B - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - March 16, 1998

SCORES

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DAVIDSON (61A) FTRED
MI N -A N-A 0-T A F PIS
Kosmalski 29 2-6 1-5 1-5 2 3 5
Marshall 21 1-4 1-2 2-4 0 3 3
Donnelly 37 6-17 0-1 2-7 1 2 13
Ton 12 0-0 2-2 0-1 2 2 2
Halbauer 31 5-9 0-0 3-8 2 3 14
Ebong 26 3.13 3-4 5-8 2 5 9
Holmes 7 0-2 0-0 0-1 1 2 0
Armstrong 28 5-10 1-1 1-3 4 2 13
Burns 7 1-3 0-0 0-0 0 1 2
Allenspach 2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0
Totals 200 23-45 8-15 16-39 14 23 61
FG%: .354. FT%: ..533. 3-point FG: 7-22, .318
(Halbauer 4-6, Armstrong 2-6, Donnelly 1-6, Burns
0-1, Kosmalski 0-1, Marshall 0-2). Blocks: 2.
Steals: 9 (Ebong 3, Kosmalski 2, Ton 2, Donnelly).
Technical Fouls: 0
MICHIGAN (804) FTRED
MI N-IA N-A 0-T A F PTS
Ward 28 5-11 2-3 0-5 0 3 12
Traylor 25 6-9 2-3 3-11 4 3 14
Reid 34 6-11 0.1 0-2 4 2 17
Sullock 34 4-7 8.8 0-1 7 1 20
orflan 34 0-3 2-2 0.3 5 2 2
Smith 10 2-2 0-0 0-0 1 1 4
Baston 21 2-3 4-7 1-6 0 4 8
Asselin 11 1.2 0-0 1-3 0 0 2
VfigtHier 1 0-0 0-0 0-1 00 0
Oliver 1 0-1 1-4 0-0 0 0 1
Taylor 1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 0 0
TotaS 200 26.49 19.28 7-35 21 16 80
F*FG: .531, FT%: .679. 3-point FG: 9-18,..500.
Reid 5-8, Bullock 4-5, Conlan 0-2, Ward 0-3).
Blocks: 6 (Traylor 2, Smith 2, Asselin, Ward).
Steals: 13 (Conlan 4, Traylor 2, Reid 2, Bullock 2,
Smith, Baston, Ward). Technical Fouls: none.
- Davidson ..................25 36 -61
Michigan..................37 432-80
At:Georgia Dome,

UCLA (85)
FO FT RED
MIN M-A N-A O-T A F PTS
Henderson 38 514 12 48 3 2 13
Johnson 37 6-10 1113 15 3 2 25
'Davis 14 2-3 3-3 1-2 0 4 7
Bailey 40 7-11 2-3 1-5 6 3 19
Watson 34 4-7 0-2 1-4 2 2 10
Hines 15 01 0-0 0-0 1 2 0
Reed 22 4-5 3-5 1-3 1 4 11
Totals 200 28-51 20-28 9-27 16 19 85
FG%: .549. FT%:.714. 3-point FG: 9-17,_529
(Bailey 3-4, Henderson 2-4. Johnson 2-4, Watson 2-
4, Davis 0-1). Blocks: 2 (Bailey, Watson). Steals:
10 (Henderson 3, Bailey 3, Watson 2, Davis,
Johnson). Technical Fouls: 0
MICHIGAN (82)
FO FT REB
MIN N-A N-A 4-T A F Vs S
Ward 30 5-16 3-3 7-10 1 3 16
Traylor 35 6-8 7-12 8-10 2 4 19
Reid 37 6-9 0-0 2-2 1 1 18
Bullock 38 7-27 0-0 2-8 7 4 16
Conlan 34 0-2 2-3 0-4 4 4 2
Baston 26 4-7 3-6 4-6 0 5 11
Asselin 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0
Totals 200 28689 15-2426-44 15 21 82
FG%: .406. FT%: .625. 3-point FG: 11-30,_367.
(Reid 6-8, Ward 3-6, Bullock 2-14, Conlan 0-2).
Blocks: 3 (Ward 2, Traylor). Steals: 9 (Bullock 2,
Traylor 2, Ward 2, Baston, Conlan, Reid). Technical
Fouls: none.
UCCA......................45 40 -85
Michigan..................34 48 -82
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NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament
Results from second round games played through Sunday, March 14.
East
1. Old Dominion 75, 9. Nebraska 60
4. North Carolina State 88, Youngstown State 61
Mideast
2. North Carolina 85, Florida International 72
Scores and Results
NBA NHL
Utah 109, DETROIT 98 BUFFALO 3, Pittsburgh 0
Miami 79, ORLANDO 76 Chicago 8, Florida 4
ATLANTA 93, Boston 77 CAROLINA 4, Edmonton 1
L.A. Lakers 119, Vancouver 110 ANAHEIM 4, Colorado 3
Indiana 97, NEW YORK 84
GOLDEN STATE 74, Toronto 64
PHOENIX 77, Dallas 68 Home teams in CAPS

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Hometown: Willoughby, Ohio
High School: Willoughby South

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Year: Junior
Eligibility: Junior

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3,000-meter run. She recorded a personal-best time in, the final leg of
the relay, running the mile in 4:37. She also recorded a personal best
in the 3,000.
Background: All American ... 1995 Cross Country Big Ten freshman
of the year ... 11-time Greater Cleveland Conference track champion
.3-time cross country district champion ... 3rd in the Ohio High
School State Track championships... 1995 1,600-meter state champi-
on ... enrolled in LS&A ... born September 2, 1977.

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College hockey tournament results from around
the country for March 14 and 15.
Sunday
Merrimack 5, BOSTON UNIVERSITY 4 Hockey East Quarterfinal
YALE 4, St. Lawrence 1 ECAC first round
Cornell 5, RENSSELAER 4 ECAC first round
Princeton 5, BROWN 3 ECAC first round
Massachusetts-Lowell 5, NEBRASKA 1 Hockey East Quarterfinal

Saturday
St. Lawrence 3, YALE 3
RENSSELAER 3, Cornell 0
CLARKSON 5, Vermont 3
BROWN 6, Princeton 0
HARVARD 4, Colgate 2
BOSTON UNIVERSITY 6, Merrimack 5
Maine 5, NEW HAMPSHIRE 3

Notre Dame 4, Michigan 2
Notre Dame 1 3 0-4
Michigan 0 0 2 -2
First period - 1. ND, Eaton (Carlson), 5:25
Penalties - ND, Dodler (roughing), 14:49; UM,
Peach (roughing), 14:49. Second period - 1. ND,
Dwyer (Andrusiak) 1:44; 2. ND, Dodler (Carlson),
15:49; 3. Borega (Andrusiak), 18:47 (pp). Penalties
- UM, Muckalt (slashing). 6:45; ND, Noble
(unsportsmanlike conduct), 7:55; ND, Noble (rough-
ing after whistle), 7:55; ND, Van Arkel (roughing),
7:55; ND, Simon (roughing), 7:55; ND, Simon
(roughing), 7:55; UM, Hayes (roughing), 7:55; UM,
Huntzicker (roughing), 7:55; UM, Clark (roughing)
7:55; ND, Andrusiak (slashing), 12:16; UM, Matzka
(tripping), 16:47; ND, Van Urkel (roughing),
19:50.Third period - 1. UM, Clark (Trainor), 5:56;
2. UM, Merrick (Muckalt, Turco), 18:42. Penalties
- UM, Hayes (cross-checking), 7:30; ND. Cotnoir
(interference), 8:07; UM, Van Ryn (slashing) 17:
32.
Shots on goal - ND 6-12-6 - 24; UM 7-8-17 - 32
Power Plays - ND, 1 Of 4; UM.O of 4Saves - ND,
Eisler 7-8-15 - 30; UM, Turco 5-9-6 - 14.
Referee - Steve Piotrowski.
linesmen - Dave Kronberg, John Dobrzelewski
At: Yost Ice Arena A: 6,321

Michigan 2, Notre Dame ± (OT)
Notre Dame 1 0 0 0-1
Michigan 0 1 0 1-2
First period - 1. ND, Carlson (Noble), 8:23
Penalties - ND, Simon (charging), 7:00; UM, Van
Ryn (cross checking), 12:31; UM, Crawford (inter-
ference), 16:40. Second period - 1. UM, Muckalt
(Kosick, Langfeld), 19:53. Penalties - ND, Carlson
(hooking), 1:46; UM, Clark (charging), 4:15; ND,
Borega (holding), 8:25; ND, Simon (roughing),
11:54; UM, Gassoff (roughing), 11:54; ND,
Dhadphale (tripping), 13:09; UM, Berenzweig (trip-
ping), 15:24; ND, Clark (cross-checking), 18:36.
Third period - no goals. Penalties - ND, Urick
(roughing), 2:02; UM, Herr (unsportsmanlike con-
duct), 2:02.
Overtime - 2. UM, Hayes 25 (Fox, Huntzicker),
19:00. Penalties - no penalties.
Shots on goal - ND 12-14-4-4 - 34; UM 6-9-8-12
- 35.
Power Plays - ND 0 of 4; UM 1 of 4.
Saves - ND, Eisler 6--8-11 - 33; UM, Turco 11-
14-4-4 -33.
Referee - Roger Graff..
Linesmen - John Nowasatka, Mike Monoloek..
At: Yost Ice Arena. A: 6,407.

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