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28 - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - March 30, 1998

NHL Standings
Eastern Conference

Swimming Results
Results from the NCAA Championships
this weekend in Auburn, Ala.

Western Conference

Atlantic Division
Team W
x-New Jersey 44
Philadelphia 37
Washington 32
NY Rangers 22
NY Islanders 24
Florida 20

Central Division

19
24
28
33
36
39

T
9
11
11
18
10
12
T
17
13
15
9
13
7

Pt S.
97
85
75
62
58
52
Pts.
89
77
77
75
69
65

Team
x-Dallas
x-Detroit
St. Louis
Chicago
Phoenix
Toronto

w
43
39
38
29
28
25

Northeast Division
Team W E_
Pittsburgh 36 20
Boston 32 26
Buffalo 31 26
Montreal 33 29
Ottawa 28 31
tarolina 29 35

Pacific Division
Team W
x-Colorado 37
Los Angeles 33
Edmonton 28
San Jose 29
Calgary 24
Anaheim 24
Vancouver 22

L
18
20
26
32
31
37
L
20
27
35
36
35
38
38

T
11
15
8
12
12
9
T
16
11
10
7
13
11
13

Pts.
97
93
84
70
68
59
Pts.
90
77
66
65
61
59
57

Team Competition
1. Stanford
2. Auburn
3. Texas
4. Tennessee
5. Southern California
6. Arizona
7. Georgia
8. California
9. Southern Methodist
10. Arizona State
11. Harvard
12. Michigan
13. Florida State
14. Minnesota
15. Miami (Fla.)
16. Texas A&M
17. Virginia
18. Nebraska
19. Louisiana State
20. Ohio State
500 yard freestyl

599.0
394.5
362.5
233.0
220.0
185.0
175.5
175.0
155.5
143.0
136.0
134.0
130.0
105.0
100.0
91.0
89.0
80.0
77.0
67.0

Yesterday's Results
PITTSBURGH 1, Ottawa IlOT
Elorida , CHICAGO 0
Philadelphia 3, CAROUNA 1
DETROfT 4, Buffalo 2
DALLAS 3, New Jersey 1
'xclinched playoff berth

Today's Games
Tampa Bay at NY Rangers, 7:30 p.m.
Colorado at Boston, 7:30 p.m.
Los Angeles at Toronto, 7:30 p.m.
San Jose at St. Louis, 8:30 p.m.
Calgary at Edmonton 9:30 p.m.
*Al times EST

800.meter run
1. Sarah Hamilton, Michigan
2:12.37
2. Katie McGregor, Michigan
2:13.06
6. Lisa Ouellet, Michigan
2:14.83
7. Michelle Slater, Michigan
2:15.35
8. Adrienne Hunter, Michigan
2:15.79
12. Erin White, Michigan
2:17.61
1,500-meter run
1. Katie McGregor, Michigan
4:25.00
2. Sara Hamilton, Michigan
4:26.00
4. Michelle Slater, Michigan
4:27.80
6. Usa Ouellet, Michigan
4:30.80
10. Lena VanHaren, Michigan
4:36.30
12. Katie Ryan, Michigan
4:39.40
3,000-meter run
1. Jennifer Smith, Colorado
9:28.10
4. Elizabeth Kampfe, Michigan
948.60
12. Julie Froud, Michigan
10:28.10
14. Marcy Akard, Michigan
10:30.80
5,000-meter run
1. Kelly Cordell, W. Wash.
16:19.10
3. Allison Noe, Michigan
17:50.30
6. Tiffin Goodman, Michigan
Men's Track and
Field Results
Results from the Arizona State Castillo

NBA Standings

Eastern Conference

Western Conference

AUlMtic Division
Team W
x-Miami 51
New York 40
New Jersey 36
Orlando 37
Washington 36
Boston 31
Philadelphia 26
Central Division
Team W
x-Chicago 55
x-lndiana 49
Charlotte 45
Atlanta 42
Cleveland 40
Detroit 34
Milwaukee 30
Toronto 15

L
21
31
35
35
35
40
45
L
17
22
26
28
31
39
41
55

PCT GB
.711 -
.563 10.5
.507 14.5
.514 14
.507 14.5
.436 19.5
.363 24.5
PCT GB
.768 -
.693 5.5
.636 9.5
.601 12
.563 14.5
.467 21
.422 24.5
.210 39

Pacic Division
Team W L
x-Seattle 53 18
x-LA Lakers 50 19
x-Phoenix 47 25
x-Portland 40 31
Sacramento 26 47
LA Clippers 15 55
Golden State 15 57
Midwest Division
Team W L
x-Utah 53 17
x-San Antonio 50 23
x-Minnesota 39 34
Houston 37 35
Dallas 18 53
Vancouver 16 55
Denver 9 63

PCT GB
.753 -
.725 2
.655 6.5
.564 13
.354 28
.214 37.5
.204 38.5

PCT
.757
.683
.528
.521
.254
.222
.125

GB
4.5
15.5
16
35
37
44.5

Yesterday's Results
San Antonio 74, INDIANA 55
MIAMI 109, Houston 77
ATLANTA 118, Detroit 95
CLEVELAND 97, Charlotte 82
PHOENIX 106, Vancouver 98
Orlando 95, TORONTO 68

Chicago 104, MILWAUKEE 87
PHILADELPHIA 99, Boston 94
Portland 99, GOLDEN STATE 83
Minnesota 104, SACRAMENTO 96
Today's Games
No games scheduled

1. Ryk Neethling, Arizona 4:13.42
2. Tom Malchow, Michigan 4: 17.80
3. Chris Thompson, Michigan 4:18.75
15. Andy Potts, Michigan 4:25.41
200 yard Individual medley
1. Tom Wilkens, Stanford 1:45.16
14. Owen von Richter, Michigan
1:49.07
1-meter springboard diving
1. Rio Ramirez, Miami (Fla) 630.7
27. Brett Wilmot, Michigan 431.0
400 yard individual medley
1. Tom Wilkens, Stanford 3:43.96
3. Owen von RichterMichigan
3:48.91
100 yard butterfly
1. Lars Frolander, Southern
Methodist 0:45.59
15. Derya Buyukuncu, Michigan
0:47.99
100 yard backstroke
1. Neil Walker, Texas 0:46.66
14. Derya Buyukuncu, Michigan
0:48.24
3-meter springboard diving
1. Bryan Gillooly, Miami (Fla)631.4
15. Brett Wilmot 498.85
800 yard freestyle relay
1. Texas 6:23.78
9. Michigan 6:30.76
1,650 freestyle
1. Ryk Neethling, Arizona 14:32.50
2. Chris Thompson, Michigan
14:46.29
11. Mike McWha, Michigan 15:14.55
200 yard backstroke
1. Tate Blahnik, Stanford 1:41.21
6. Derya Buyukuncu, Michigan
1:44.87
200 yard breaststroke
1. Tom Wilkens, Stanford 1:55.02
12. Scott Werner, Michigan 2:00.22
200 yard butterfly
1. Matthew Pierce, Stanford
1:43.68
4. Tom Malchow, Michigan 1:44.49
104meter platform diving
1. Brent Roberts, Alabama 834.45
18. Brett Wilmot, Michigan 374.95
Mlcblgan All-Americans
Seniors Derya Buyukuncu,
Owen von Richter, Junior Tom
Malchow, Freshman Chris
Thompson
Trackad i
Results from the women's Arizona
State Castillo Invitational in Tempe,
Ariz.
100-meter dash
1. Kwajalein Butler, Louisiana State
11.27
5. Kenise Bocage, Michigan 11.79
7. Maria Brown, Michigan 11.82
100-meter hurdles
1. Dominique Calloway, Ohio State
13.26
4. Tania Longe, Michigan 13.77
9. Olive ikeh, Michigan 14.56
200meter dash
L Dominque Calloway, Ohio State
24.14
9. Atiya Bussey, Michigan 26.12
15. Brandi Bentley, Michigan 26.75
400-meter dash
1. Jordana White, Arizona State 53.34
6. Regine Caruthers, Michigan 55.95
9. Brandy Taylor, Michigan 56.47
13. Tamuka Craig, Michigan 57.37

Invitational in Tempe. Ariz.
100-meter dash
1. Chris Cummings, LSU
14. Steve Jenkings, Michigan
100-meter hurdles
1. Ty Yeager, Indiana
13. Jon Cohen, Michigan
15.15
200-meter dash
1. Bryan Logan, LSU
400meter dash
1. Felix Kamangimra, Idaho
16. Ravi Smith, Michigan
400-meter hurdles
1. Sekou Smith, Ohio State
2. Brian Theisen, Michigan
10. Steve Moffat, Michigan
11. Josh Sellers, Michigan
800-meter run
1. Kevin Sullivan, Michigan
5. Jay Cantin, Michigan
1:53.95

10.04
10:64
13.91
20.86
46.46
49.81
52.77
53.51
57.75
57.90
1:52.05

Transactions
YESTERDAY
BASEBALL
Baltimore Orioles - Purchased the contract of short-
stop Ozzie Guillen from Rochester of the International
League (AAA); assigned infielder P.J. Forbes, catchers
Charlie Greene and Melvin Rosario, pitchers Doug
Johns and Nerio Rodriquez, third baseman Ryan Minor,
and outfielder Jesus Tavarez to minor-league camp.
Los Angeles Dodgers- Announced outfielder Billy
Ashley refused a minor-league assignment and opted
for free agency.
New York Mets- Traded pitcher Juan Acevedo to the
St. Louis Cardinals for pitcher Rigo Beltran.
Texas Rangers- Assigned outfielder Warren Newson to
Oklahoma of the Pacific Coast League (AAA); pur.
chased the contract of outfielder Mike Simms from
Oklahoma; announced they will reassign pitcher Larry
Thomas on Monday: announced the retirement of
pitcher Jose Guzman.
BASKETBALL
Chicago Bulls- Activated center Luc Longley from the
injured list: placed center Joe Kleine on the injured list
with right knee tendinitis.
Toronto Raptors- Activated guard Alvin Williams;
placed forward Roy Rogers on the injured list with
inflammation of the right knee.
USA Basketball- Named Milton Barnes of Eastern
Michigan and Phil Martelli of St. Joseph's assistant
coaches for the 1998 U.S. men's basketball team for
the Goodwill Games.
COLLEGE
Virginia - Named Pete Gillen, who had been at
Providence, head men's basketball coach and agreed
with him on a seven-year contract.
SATURDAY'S TRANSACTIONS
BASEBALL
Atlanta Braves- Placed pitcher Damian Moss on the
15day disabled list with a strained left elbow.
Cleveland Indians- Re-assigned pitcher John
Cummings and infielder Sean Casey to BEuffalo of the
International League (AAA).
Minnesota Twins- Optioned pitchers Travis Miller and
Fred Rath and third baseman Corey Koskie to Salt
Lake of the Pacific Coast League (AAA); optioned out-
fielder Toni Hunter and first baseman Doug
Mientkiewicz to New Britain of the Eastern League
(AA); reassigned catcher Jayhawk Owens and infielder
Jon Shave to minor league camp.
San Diego Padres- Optioned pitcher Will Cunnane and
Dario Veras, outfielder Ruben Rivera, and catcher
Mandy Romero to Las Vegas of the acific Coast
League (AAA); reassigned infielder Eddie Williams and
pitcher Carlos Reyes to minor league camp; purchased
contract of pitcher Mark Langston from Las Vegas and
added him to the 40-man roster.
Texas Rangers- Will option infielder Scott Sheldon and
outfielder Joe Hall to Oklahoma City of the Pacific
Coast League (AAA) after Sunday's game.
BASKETBALL
NBA- Suspended Indiana Pacers guard Reggie Miller
without pay for one game and fined him $7,500 for fla-
grantly elbowing Charlotte center Vlade Divac in
Friday's game.
FOOTBALL
Minnesota Vikings- Re-signed unrestricted free agent
quarterback Randall Cunningham to a two-year con-
tract.
HOCKEY
NHL- Suspended Detroit Red Wings center Sergei
Fedorov for two games, pending a hearing for hitting
Anaheim defenseman Jason Marshall from behind in a
March 26th game.
New York Rangers- Recalled center P.J. Stock from
Hartford of the American Hockey League.
St. Louis Blues- Recalled forward Chris Kenady from
Worcester of the American Hockey League.
FRIDAY"S TRANSACTIONS
BASEBALL
Arizona Diamondbacks- Released infielder Darnell
Coles; assigned pitcher Bob Wolcott to Tucson of the
Pacific Coast League (AAA).
Boston Red Sox- Signed vice president and general
manager Dan Duquette to a threeyear contract exten-
sion through the 2001 season; signed manager Jimy
Williams to a one-year contract extension through the
1999 season.
Detroit Tigers- Purchased the contract of outfielder
Pete Incaviglia and added him to the 40-man roster;
placed pitcher John Rosengren on the 60day disabled
list with a left elbow.

Why: The senior left Wing scored a shorthanded goal and had three
assists in the Wolverines' victory over North Dakota in the NCAA
Regional semifinal Saturday night. The win sends Michigan to the final
four. He was Voted to the NCAA all-regional first team.
Background: Captain of the Michigan hockey team in 1997-
98...Member of the 1996 NCAA Championship team...Academic All-Big
Ten at-large member in 1997...defeated the Daily's Fred Link in bowling
earlier this month by an embarrassing margin.

Who: Matt Herr
Hometown: Alpine, New Jersey
High School: Hotchkiss School

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

Sport: Hockey
Year: Senior
Eligibility: Senior

Wildcats battle Utah
for national title toda
SAN ANTONIO (AP) - No gimmicks this time for Utahjust another win over
a No. 1 seed.
One week after the Utes shocked the defending national champions in a 25-point
laugher, they held on for a 65-59 victory over top-ranked North Carolina on
Saturday, advancing to the Final Four championship game for the second time in
school history. Utah won the title in 1944.
Tonight, the Utes (30-3) will face Kentucky, which beat Stanford 86-85 in over-
time in the other national semifinal.
Against Arizona last Saturday in the West Regional final, Utah coach Ric
Majerus went with a triangle-and-2 defense and held the Wildcats to 28 percent
shooting.
Against North Carolina (34-4), the nation's leading shooting team at 52 pe-cent,
the Utes went straight man-to-man and lived up to their title as the No. 2 field goal
defensive team in the country. The Tar Heels shot just 39 percent (27-for-69),
including 3-for-23 from 3-point range.
The loss ended the great rookie season of 60-year-old Bill Guthridge, who
replaced Dean Smith after sitting beside him for 30 years.
He led the Tar Heels back to the Final Four, just the seventh time a first-year
coach got his team to the semifinals. He also set the record for victories by a fi
year coach, but it wasn't enough to get the Tar Heels to their eighth national cha
pionship game.

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10. Don McLaughlin, Michigan 1:54.78
1,500aeter run
1. Brandon Strong, Unatt. 3:47.95
5. John Mortimer, Michigan 3:50.02
6. Don McLaughlin, Michigan 3:50.24
13. Jay Cantin, Michigan 3:54.79
3,000meter run
1. Adam Batliner, Colorado 8:45.60
13. Chris Bunt, Michigan 9:26.40
15. Sam Dorri, Michigan 9:37.80
5,000-meter run
1. Matt Repak. Arizona St. 14:14.99
4. Todd Snyder, Michigan
14:21.40

boro Coliseum North Carolina
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Connecticut
National Semifinal
Saturday March 28, 1998
Alamodome
San Antonio, TX
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Championship
Game
Monday March 30, 1998
Alamodome
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National Semifinal
Saturday March 28, 1998
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March 20

4 x 100-meter relay
1. Louisiana State
4. Michigan
4 x 400meter relay
1. Illinois
3. Michigan

39.95
41.17
3:17.20
323.70

Javelin
1. Oscar Duncan. Idaho 216-M8
4. Andrew Derr, Michigan 18"2
Women's Tennis
Results from the Big Ten match
against Ohio Sate.
No.1 Brooke Hart (Mich.) def. Kristy
Dascoli (0SU) 61,6-0.
No. 2 Briana Harris (OSU)def. Danielle
Lund (Mich.) 7-5. 5-7, 64
No. 3 Mandy Yeley (OSU) def. Tumeka
Harris (Mich.) 6-3, 36.6. 2.
No. 4 Erryn Weggenma (Mich.) def.
Nicole Votolato (OSU) 6-0 6.0.
No. 5 Sora Moon (Mich.) def. Kadri
Kanepi (OSU) 6-0,6.1. -
No. 6 Jen Boylan (Mich.) def. Carolina
Nahez (0SU) 6.0.6.2.
1 doubles Hart/Lund (Mich.) def.
Dascoli/Harris (OSU) 8.4.
2 doubles Boylan/Moon (Mich.) def.
Yeley/Nahuz (OSU)86.
3 doubles Weggenman/Harris (Mich.)
def. Kanepi/Zimpfer (OSU)682

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Tennessee women
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) --Tennessee capped the perfect season by playing th
nearly perfect game.
in a masterful, dominant display of running, shooting, passing and rebounding
Tennessee overwhelmed Louisiana Tech 93-75 last night to win a record third straig-
NCAA title.
The Lady Vols' 45th straight victory dating back to last season produced their
title, all in the last 12 years, and they finished 39-0 - the most victories ever or
women's team in NCAA play.
The dominating performance added further backing to the claim that thi
Tennessee team might be the best of all time - and there's not likely to be any letu
next season. Coach Pat Summitt's team has only one senior.
Louisiana Tech (31-4) also brought a rich tradition to the championship game, a
well as a quick, talented starting five that looked to be good enough to challenge th
Lady Vols.
Not on this night, though, not on a night when Tennessee was at the top of its gam
Chamique Holdsclaw pulled up for jump shots, drove to the basket, passed off t
teammates for easy buckets when she was double teamed and did pretty much 0
she wanted in scoring 25 points.
Freshmen Tamika Catchings and Semeka Randall keyed the Lady Vols' siothe
ing defense that forced the shorter Lady Techsters to take tough shots and rarely gas
them a second try.
Catchings scored 27 points, mostly by slashing to the basket or getting offensis
rebounds. Randall flew down the court time and time again on Tennessee's devasta
ing fastbreak and finished with 10 points.
And when Louisiana Tech was completely occupied with the three "Meeks
Kellie Jolly would hit a wide open 3-pointer. Jolly scored 20, including four threes
Tennessee ended up with championship game records for points and points in
half (55).

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