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28 - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - March 23, 1998

NBA Standings
Eastern Conference
Atlantic Division
Team W L PCT GB
Miami 48 21 .696 -
New York 37 30 .552 10
New Jersey 35 34 .507 13
Orlando 35 33 .515 12.5
Washington 35 33 .515 12.5
Boston 30 37 .448 17
Philadelphia 25 42 .373 22

LA akers 96, SACRAMENTO 93
SAN ANTONIO 93, Phoenix 83
Home team in CAPS
Western Conference

Central Division
n~Team W
RChicago 51
Indiana 48
Charlotte 43
Atlanta 40
Cleveland 37
Detroit 31
,Milwaukee 29
Toronto 15

17
20
24
26
30
36
38
52

PCT GB
.750 -
.706 3
.642 7
.606 10
.552 13.5
.463 19.5
.433 21.5
.224 35.5

Midwest Division
Team W L
Utah 49 17
San Antonio 46 22
Houston 35 31
Minnesota 34 33
Dallas 16 51
Vancouver 15 51
Denver 8 61
Pacific Division
Team W L
Seattle 50 16
LA Lakers 48 19
Phoenix 44 23
Portland 37 30
Sacramento 26 43
LA Clippers 15 52
Golden State 14 54

PCT GB
.742 -
.676 4
.530 14
.507 15.5
.239 33.5
.227 34
.116 42.5
PCT GB
.758 --
.716 2.5
.657 6.5
.552 13.5
.377 25.5
.224 35.5
.206 37

College hockey tournament results from
around the country for March 20 and 21
Saturday
Michigan St. 3, Ohio State 2, (20T) CCHA championship
Princeton 5, Clarkson 4 (2OT) ECAC championship
Harvard 4, Yale 1 ECAC consolation
Boston College 3, Maine 2 Hockey East championship
Wisconsin 3, North Dakota 2 WCHA championship
Colorado College 6, St. Cloud St. 1 WCHA consolaton
Friday
Michigan St. 5, N. Michigan 1 CCHA semifinal
Ohio St. 4, Michigan 2 CCHA semifinal
Princeton 2, Yale 1 ECAC semifinal
Clarkson 6, Harvard 2 ECAC semifinal
Boston College 7, Merrimack 2 Hockey East semifinal
Maine 6, Mass:-Lowell 2 Hockey East semifinal
North Dakota 4, St. Cloud St. 3 WCHA semifinal
Wisconsin 5, Colorado College 2 WCHA semifinal

Yesterday's Results
DETROIT 105, Atlanta 98
Utah 124, NEW YORK 119, 20T
MIAM 112, Portland 80
Chic agolo2,TORONTO 100
BOSTON 108, Philadelphia 90
Indiana 96, MILWAUKEE 94
Washington 102, NEW JERSEY 100
ORLANDO 92, Golden State 83

Today's Games
Detroit at Philadelphia 7:30 p.m.
Boston at Chicago 8:30 p.m.
LA akers at Denver 9:00 p.m.
LA Clippers at Vancouver 10:00 p.m.

efiliiinn~~pand Pizza House offer 10 Free Pizzas for the best prediction
1998 NCAA Men's Basketball Toramn.

NHL Standings
Eastern Conference

N.Y. Islanders 3, EDMONTON 1
PHILADELPHIA 5, N.Y. Rangers 4
CALGARY 5, St. Louis 3
PHOENIX 3, San Jose 1
Home team in CAPS
Western Conference

Atlantic Division
Team W
New Jersey 42
Philadelphia 36
Washington 32
N.Y. Rangers 22
N.Y. Islanders 23
Florida 18
Tampa Bay 16

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21
26
31
35
38
43

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11
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17
10
12
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Pts.
93
83
75
61
56
48
41
Pts.
87
75
73
71
66
59

Central Division
Team W
Dallas 42
Detroit 38
St. Louis 36
Chicago 28
Phoenix 27
Toronto 24
Pacific Division
Team W
Colorado 36
Los Angeles 32
Edmonton 27
San Jose 27
Calgary 22
Anaheim 23
Vancouver 21

Northeast Division
Team W L
Pittsburgh 36 19.
Boston 31 25
Montreal 32 28
Buffalo 28 25
Ottawa 27 30
Carolina 26 34

L
16
19
26
30
31
36
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19
25
34
35
34
37
37

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11
12
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13
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Pts.
95
89
80
67
66
57
Pts.
88
75
64
61
57
56
55

Yesterday's Results
CHICAGO 1, Boston 0
DALLAS 0, Pittsburgh 0
Anaheim 5, OTTAWA 2

Today's Games
Chicago at Detroit, 7:30p.m.
Carolina at Florida 7:30 p.m.

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Men's Gymnastics Results 1, Mike Dutka. Penn State,
Results from the ig Ten 3, La Lo Haro, Michigan, 9.7;9.3;,TiDerwMchgn
Championships at Crisler Arena 4, Kevin Roulston, Michigan,9.7
this weekend. 9.65; 4, Tim Lauring, Michigan, Parallel Bars
PAMA HMA9.65; 7. Tim Dehr. Michigan, 9.45 1 JsinTma. ihia.9.2

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Swimming Results
Results from the NCAA women's swimming champi-
onships in Minneapolis. Minn.
Final Team Standings
1. Stanford. 422
2. Arizona, 378
3. Georgia, 368
4. Southern Methodist, 339

1, Mike Dutka, Penn State, 9.837
Vault
1, Mike Dutka, Penn State, 9.9;

Still Rings
1, C. Caniscioli, Iowa, 9.762

Horizontal Bar
1, T. Romagnoli, Illinois, 9.825; 4.
La 1o Haro, Michigan, 9.675

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~x= The University of Michigan
Department of Recreational Sports
1INTRAMURAL SPORTS PROGRAM

WHAT'S

HAPPENING

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TABLE TENNIS
SGLS & DBLS
ENTRIES DUE:
Thurs 3/26,4:30 PM, IMSB
ENTRY FEE:
$5 per individual
$9 per team
TOURNAMENT DATE:
Sat 3/28
Sports Coliseum

SOFTBALL
ENTRIES TAKEN:
Thursday 5/7 ONLY
5:30 PM, IMSB

No. 1 Boston U. (28-7 2) Championship Game No. I Michigan State 31-5-4)
No icni ?1-)Albany, NYApi 4, Boston FleetCenter Ann Arbor No. 4 Ohio State {24-12-r2}
AAbany. NY March 29 2 p.m -- ac 89pm Ann Arbor
March 28 3 p.m. March 27 5 p.m.
No. 5 New Hampshire Semifinal Game Semitinal Game No.5S Yale
April 2, Boston FleetCenter April 2, Boston FleetCenter
No. 2 North Dakota (30-7.1) N.2Botn CI 2-8-5}
No. 3 Michigan (28-11-1) Ann Arbor Albany, NY No. 3 Clarkson (23-8-3
Ann Arbor March289pmarh29 5:30 p m. /Albany, NY
March27 8:0 p~mMarch 28 12 p.m.
No.6 Princeton 18-10-7 No, 6.Colorado :t~52-3

ENTRY FEE:
$50 per team

0

MANAGER'S MEETING:
MANDATORY
Thurs 5n7,5:30 PM, IMSB

.

I

T PLAY BEGINS:
Tues 5/12
Elbel Fields

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SAND
VOLLEYBALL
ENTRIES TAKEN:
Thursday 5/7 ONLY
6:30 PM, IMSB
ENTRY FEE:
$40 per team
MANAGER'S MEETING:
MANDATORY
Thurs 5/7, 6:30 PM, IMSB
PLAY BEGINS:
Tues 5/12, Elbel Courts

3 -on-3
BAS KETBALL
ENTRIES TAKEN:
Thursday 5n7 ONLY
7:30 PM, IMSB

ENTRY FEE:
$20 per team

MANAGER'S MEETING:
MANDATORY
Thurs 5/7, 7:30 PM, IMSB
PLAY BEGINS:
Tues 5/12, Elbel Courts

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