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-The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, March 15, 2000

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UNO wins play-in'
faces Michigan next
Nebraska-Omaha continued its dra-
matic run in the conference playoffs with
a 3-1 victory over Bowling Green yester-
day night in the CCHA play-in game.
The home victoy sends Nebraska-
Omaha to the CCHAs final four at Jo
Louis Arena in Dtroit this weeken ~
where the Mavericks will face top-
seeded Michigan on Friday night.
Michigan State plays Note Dame in
the other semifinal.
In the new-look CCHA plaoff's If)
teams qualify, where the field is cut
d~U ( fl t i r a 1cr OOIC luLdI iJ. titer
two lowest rmaining seeds play one
game, with the winner completing the
final four. Yesterday night, Nebraska-
Omaha won this "play-in" game.
The Mavericks put themselvesA
position to strike after winning a three-
game series at Northern Michigan this
past weekend.
Knight accused of
abuse by ex-Hoosier
BLOOMINGTON (AP) -A former
Indiana player alleges that coach Bo
Knight choked him during a practice,
according to a CNN/Sports Illustrated
story scheduled to air tonight.
Guard Neil Reed, who transferred
from Indiana to Southern Mississippi
in 1997, said at the time that he was
abused physically and mentally abused
by Knight. In the CNNSI story, Reed
said he was choked by Knight for about
five seconds before other coaches sep-
larated them and that Knight once told
Indiana president Myles Brand to leav
practice.
Knight did not return a phone call
from The Associated Press for com-
ment.
Tigers will honor
Sparky at Comerica
LAKELAND, Fla. (AP)- Spark~
Anderson, the winningest m'anag r
in Detroit Tigers' history, will be
honored with a special day on April
30 at Detroit's new Comerica Pai.
Anderson, who was voted into the
Baseball Hall of Fame on Feb. 21)
will be honored during on-field cer-
emonies prior to the Tigers' game
with the Chicago White Sox. _
He will be inducted into the Hall
of Fame in Cooperstown, NY,*
July 23, wearing a Cincinnati cap.
Results as of 11 p. - Home team in CAPS
Baseball Spring Training Scores
Yesterdaysresuls: Floria.NYMrTs6
GrpefruiLeague Cas League
BOSONu 5. Toronto 0 (6 n. AMHOM 7, San FRaniSC 2
HOUSTON 6. NYYarees 4(7 inn~ inn)
Tampa By' 7. Kns ~ O 4 Sn DegIo 10. ASSm 9
Bctirnr 9. MxtrcSOa 7 Ci Ces 9. CO Oa 3('
PMuAcau, 8, Cincnnti 6 Chi WhitsoIT 7. WmA~w.',
Texas 3. PnatuRnu 2 - Oakland 13. om 5
clevezrsl 11. Si. Las 6 Analm 8. SANFsc~w,>
NBA Standings
tRJflAMtICW ,L PCT GOB HOME AWAY "SIR
Miami 3923 .629 - 236 167 Wont2
NowYor " 3824613 .1, 267 12-17 !Non 2
Philadelphia 3427 .557 4.5 21-11 1316 Lost 2
'tOndo 3033.476 9.5 1713 1320 Los 1.
Boston 2736 .429 125 21-1 625 Lot i
NeW Jersey 27!36 .42912.5 1912 24 Won 3
Washington 2044 .313 20 1320 724 Lost 2
ECrENTRAL W YL PCT 08B-OMEAWAY SK
Indiana 4320 .683 - 23 1517 Lost
Toronto 3626,580.65 2011. 16-15 Won 4'
Charlotte 34 28 548 85 238 11-20 Won S
Detroit .? 3131500 11.5 23-10-821 ,Won 1 ;
Milwaukee 3033.476 13 17-16 1317 Won1
Cl vkn 5 7 ;4 15 7 4 .6 L s 3Atlanta 2437 .393 18 17 13 7-24 W on 1
chiao 313 49.210 295 922 .4.27 Lost 3
W-IDWET W-. L PT;iGBHOME AWAY SK

Utah 42 20 .677 - 25-8 17-12 Won 8
San Antonio 40 23 .635 2.5 23-7 17-16 Lust 1-
Minnesota 37 25 .597 5 20-12 17-13 Won 2
Denver - 26 37 .413 16.5 20-13 76-24 LoSt 6
Dallas 25 37 .403 17 14-16 11-2 1 Won
Houston' 24 38 .387 18 16-17 8-21 Lost
Vancouver 1846 .281 25 9-21 9-25 Lost 9
W-PACIFIC W L PCT GB HOME AWAY STK
LA Lakers 5311 .828 - 29-4 24-7 Won 19t
Portland 4815 .762 4.5 24-5 24-10 Woni 2'
Phoenix 39 23 .629 13 26-6 13-17 Lost 2
Seattle - 3926.60014.5 20410 19-16 Won 1
Sacramento 36 26 .581 16 24-6 12-20 Lost 1.
Golden State 1646 .258 36 10-22 6-24 Lost (3
LA Clippers 13 50 .206 39.5 9-21 4-29 Won 1
Yesterday's results: Niw Yoar 91, Houston 85
Thanilo 85, Golden State 78 D~LAO 11'1.Indiana 90
Philadelphia 98 Cuv usf) 97 (OT; SuAN A oumo 94, Atlanta 79
MIain108, Milwaukee 104 Minnesota oft PrIN. late-
Oruussi 107. Washington 98 Denver at LA lates.SI
NHL Standings
1N CENTRAL- W L T Ri PTS HOME AWAY
St. Louis 43 17 9 0 95 21-8-6 22-9- 3
Detroit- 41 20 8 1 91 24-&-2 17-12-G
Chicago 26 36 7 2 61 12-19-3 14-i7-4
Nashville 24 39 6 6 60 13-9-3 11-20-3
WiORM NFA4V W L T' RT PTS HOME AWAY
Colorado 33 27 10 1 77 20-10-3 13-17-7
Edmonton 26 29 15 8 75 15-10-9 11,19-6
( algatyv OR 31R 6 ta-i 19-10f -b 9-122
Vancouiver 23 33 14 8 68 13-19-41414-10
W-PACIC W L TRT PTS HOME AWAY
Dals 3 574871-431 1 os Angeles 34 27 8 3 79 19-12-4 15-154
Phoenix 35 27 1 1 78 20-1202 15-5-5
San Jose 29 32 9 7 74 17-15-3 12-17-6--
Anaheim 28 30 11 2 69 15-14-6 13-16-5
E 4OMMEAST W L. T RtT ETS HOME AWAY
Toronto 39 23 7 3 88 22-8-5 17-15-2
Ottawa 34 23 1.1 2 81 19-145 15-13-6
Montreal 30 32 7 3 70 15-15:5 15-17-2

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