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2B The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - March 22, 1999

"iM' CLUB SPORTS

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The Michigan club fencing team competed
at the National Qualifying Tournament over
the weekend.
'.Women's
Foil 5th Jaime Shaw
Epee 1st-6th Ginger Zabel, Carmen
Grindatti, Jill Siegelbaum, Becky Diener,
Tammy Macks, Erica Nuechterlein
Men's
Saber 1st Troy Thronberry
foil 2nd, 4th Matt Robertson, Adam
-'odaskowski
Epee 3rd James Parkinsor'

COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Men's NCAA Tournament
YESTERDAY
East
(1) Duke 85, (6) Temple 64
Midwest
(1) Michigan State 73, (3) Kentucky 66
SATURDAY
South
(4) Ohio State 77, (3) St. John's 74
West
(1) Connecticut 67, (10) Gonzaga 62
FRIDAY
East
(1) Duke 78, (12) SW Missouri State 61
(6) Temple 77, (10) Purdue 55

Midwest
(1) Michigan State 54, (13) Oklahoma 46
(3) Kentucky 58, (10) Miami (OH) 43
Women's NCAA Tournament
SATURDAY
East
(3) Duke 76, (2) Old Dominium 63
(1) Tenessee 68, (4) Virginia Tech 52
Mideast
(4) Iowa St. 64, (1) Connecticut 58
(3) Georgia 67, (2) Clemson 54
Midwest
(1) Purdue 82, (4) North Carolina 59
(3) Rutgers 53, (2) Texas Tech 42
West
(3) UCLA 77, (2) Colorado St. 68
(1) Louisiana Tech 73, (4) LSU 52
COLLEGE HOCKEY

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I can't imagine leaving each other after graduation. So
let's be together for the rest of our lives. Will you marry
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Stop by{
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SENIOR WISH published April 15th
deadline March 31

Friday's major results
WCHA Playoffs
North Dakota 6, Minnesota 2
Denver 3, Colorado College 2
ECAC Playoffs
Clarkson 6, Princeton 5
St. Lawrence 6, Rensselaer 3
Hockey East Playoffs
Boston College 3, Maine 2
New Hampshire 6, Providence 2

Saturday's major results
WCHA Playoffs
Colorado College 7, Minnesota 4 (OT)
Denver 3, Colorado College 2 (OT)
ECAC Playoffs
Rensselaer 6, Princeton 4
Clarkson 3, St. Lawrence 2
Hockey East Playoffs
Boston College 5, New Hampshire 4 (OT)
'M' SCHEDULE
Today, Mar 22
Baseball vs. UNLV, at Texas A&M
Tournament, 11a.m.
Women's Golf at Myrtle Beach Classic
(Myrtle Beach, S.C.), All Day
Women's Tennis at Notre Dame, 4p.m.
Tomorrow. Mar. 23
Women's Golf at Myrtle Beach Classic
(Myrtle Beach, S.C.), All Day
WednesdY. Mar. 24
Baseball at Western Michigan, 3 p.m.
Thursday, Mar.25
Men's swimming at NCAAs, Indianapolis,
All Day
Baseball at Iowa
Men's swimming at NCAAs, Indianapolis,
All Day
Ice Hockey at NCAA Regionals, 8:30
p.m., Worcester, Ma.
Men's Track at Castillo Invitational,
Tempe Az., All Day
Women's Track at Castillo Invitational,
Tempe Az., All Day
Saturday. Mar. 27
Men's swimming at NCAAs, Indianapolis,
All Day
Ice Hockey at NCAA Regionals, if
applicable
Softball at Boilermaker Invitational, all
day, West Lafayette
Baseball at Iowa
Men's Golf at Tanglewood Intercollegiate,
Pottsboro, Tx., All Day
Men's Gymnastics at Big Tens, Iowa
City, All Day
Women's Gymnastics at Big Tens, East
Lansing, All Day
Rowing at San Diego Crew Classic, All
Day
Men's Tennis at Iowa
Women's Tennis vs. Iowa
Men's Track at Castillo Invitational,
Tempe Az., All Day
Women's Track at Castillo Invitational,
Tempe Az., All Day
Sunday. Mar. 28 .
Baseball at Iowa
Men's Golf at Tanglewood Intercollegiate,
Pottsboro, Tx., All Day
Women's Tennis vs. Wisconsin
Rowing at San Diego Crew Classic, All
Day
NBA STANDINGS
Records as of March 21
s EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division

Who: Erick "Otto" Olson
Hometown: Everett, Wash.
High School: Everett

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Why: Olson took second place in his weight class at the NCAA
Championships at State College this past weekend. Although Olson
dropped his final match, his runner-up performance shows he can
wrestle with the best.
Background: Wrestled 14 matches last season, compiling a 13-1
record ... Only setback last season was to teammate and All-
American Jeff Catrabone at the Michigan State Open ... Was selected
second team All-American in high school by the Amateur Wrestling

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News ... Born August 20, 1977.

New York
Washington
Boston
New Jersey
Central Division
Indiana
Milwaukee
Detroit
Atlanta
Cleveland
Toronto
Charlotte
Chicago

15
10
8
4
17
14
14
14
12
11
9
8

11
14
15
20
7
10
11
11
11
12
14
17

.577
.417
.348
.167
.708
.583
.560
.560
.522
.478
.643
.320

Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
NY Rangers
NY Islanders
Northeast Division
Ottawa
Toronto
Buffalo
Boston
Montreal
Southeast Division
Carolina
Florida
Washington
Tampa Bay

35
31
29
20
40
38
32
29
28
30
26
29
16

WESTERN CONFERENCE
Midwest Division

ATHLETE OF THE WEE K

Sport: Wrestling
Weight class: 174 lb.
Year: Sophomore

homeopathy chiropractic
colo nics massage
acupuncture I.V. THERAPY

Utah
Houston
San Antonio
Minnesota
Dallas
Denver
Vancouver

chelation
herbology
nutrition

bach flowers
psychotherapy
enzymes

W
19
16
16
14
9
7
5
W
20
18
12
10
11
10
2

L
6
9
9
12
17
18
20
L
5
9
11
10
15
14
22

Pct
.760
.640
.640
.538
.346
.280
.200
Pct
.800
.667
.522
.500
.423
.417
.083

Pacific Division
Portland
LA Lakers
Seattle
Phoenix
Sacramento
Golden State
LA Clippers

WESTERN CONFERENCE
Central Division

Detroit
St. Louis
Nashville
Chicago
Northwest
Colorado
Calgary
Edmonton
Vancouver
Pacific Division
Dallas
Phoenix
Anaheim
San Jose
Los Angeles

W
34
29
24
21
35
29
26
20
43
34
31
26
27

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79
68
49
89
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77
68
65
74,
69
64-
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Pts
74
69,
55
52;
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62
51
9
67
59',
(OT)

BioEnergy Medical Center
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acu-points (EMAP) using a computerized method of
electro-diagnosis that successfully combines principles
of homeopathy and acupuncture.
To learn about the Center or to meet the staff, call:
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Yesterday's results .
Los Angeles Lakers 115;Orlando 104
Chicago 95, Boston 92 (OT)
Toronto 85, New York 81
Los Angeles Clippers 100, Minnesota 85
Detroit 104, Utah 101
Cleveland 88, New Jersey 85
Denver 102, Seattle 98
Philadelphia 91, Portland 75
Charlotte 94, Milwaukee 87
NHL STANDINGS

Yesterday's results
CALGARY 2, New York Islanders 1
CHICAGO 4, Colorado 3
Pittsburgh 2, NEW YORK RANGERS 2
PHILADELPHIA 5, Detroit 4
Boston 4, WASHINGTON 1
Florida 5, ANAHEIM 2
DALLAS 3, Carolina 2
PHOENIX 4, Los Angeles 1

NELSON STAFFING: GR AT JOBS FOR
GREAT PEOPLE AT GREAT COMPANIES.

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Miami
Orlando
Philadelphia

W
18
18
14

L
6
8
10

Pct
.750
.692
.583

Records as of March 21
EASTER !CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W
New Jersey 38

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