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14- The Michigan Daily- Friday, April 7, 2000

Home a bonus for Wolverines,
in journey to Big Ten tourney,

Results as of it p.m. - Home team in GAPS.
NCAA hockey
Frozen Four semifinals:
North Dakota 2, Maine 0
Boston College 4, St. Lawrence 2
Championship game: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.
ESPN
Big Ten baseball standings

By Jeff Phillips
Daily Sports Writer

With the toughest portion of the
Big Ten schedule behind them, the
Michigan men's tennis team does not
expect to lose another conference
match - including the Big Ten
Tournament.
"We have six more Big Ten match-
es, then three more in the tournament,
so nine matches in a row is our goal,"
senior Matt Wright said.
The Wolverines will be helped in
part by playing four of their remain-
ing six Big Ten dual matches at the
Varsity Tennis Center.
"We were on the road for awhile
and it really does make a difference,"
coach Mark Me'es said. "It is nice to
have someone else adjust to the courts
rather than us
Currently Michigan is hampered by
injuries to two senior leaders. Matt
Wright, the No. 1 singles and No. 1
doubles player, is slowed by a back
injury suffered against Northwestern
last Sunday.
"I came -lose to not playing
(against Michigan State)," Wright

*THIS WEEKEND
VARSITY TENNIS CENTER
Who: Michigan (2-2 Big Ten, 8-3 overall) vs.
Indiana (3-2, 11-4) tomorrow, Michigan vs
Pvrdue (4-l, 9-S) Sunday
When:-1:00 p.m. tomorrow, 1:00 p.m. Sunday
Home Sweet Home.: While its pleased to be
home, the Michigan men's tennis team will be
tested over the next week and a half - fouir of
their next five matches are against top (1J oppo-
nents.
Date Opponent Ranking
April 8 Indiana No. 34
April 9 Purdue No. 39
April 13 Notre Dame No. 27
April 16 Wisconsin No. 59
said. " I am getting treatment on it and
it is just a day-to-day thing."
Co-captain and No. 2 doubles play-
er Brad McFarlane has missed the
past five matches due to a strained
calf muscle. Freshman Zach Held has
performed well in his place, by com-
piling a 2-2 record with senior John
Long.
On Wednesday the Wolverines
started the homestand with a convinc-
ing 5-2 win over Michigan State, and

will face No. 34 Indiana (3-2 Big Ten,
11-4 overall) and No. 39 Purdue (4-1,
8-7) this weekend.
"Both teams are very good and
both are very experienced," Mees'
said. "They play good doubles and are
solid No. I through No. 6."
Sophomore Ben Cox agrees.
"Both teams have, a .lot of talent,"
Cox said. "But Indiana is an upland
down kind of team and Purdue is pret-
ty young."
Like Michigan, Indiana and PurdueI
were soundly beaten by Illinois.
"I think that deep down some of us
questioned whether we ,could beat
(Illinois)," Wright said. "Even though
the score was lopsided, we were' in
there the whole time."
After two blowout losses, the
Michigan's confidence for the restof
the season is high.
"Our best match ha's yet to ,.be
played," Mecs said. "We just want to
play our best tennis at'the end of the
year."
The Wolverines will face Indiana
on Saturday and Purdue on Sunday" at
the Varsity Tennis Center. 'Both
matches begin at I p.m.

Team W
1. Minnesota
2. Illinois
3. Penn State'
4. Purdue
5. Ohio State
6. Indiana
7. Iowa
8. Michigan
9. Michigan St.
10. Northwestern

N'
4
7
5
5
2
3
3
2
1
0a

L Pct, Overall.
0 1.000 17-11-0-
1 .875 20-&-0
3 .625 22-8-0-
3 .625 17-9-a-
2 .500 19-9-0
5 .375 20-13-0'_
5 .375 9-1$-0+
6 .250 9-15-1
3 .250 8-17-4
}4 .000 13-12-0

Today's Games:
MciniTiwurxiS
WrtiiweStem at ii~stuM
Purdue atlowA
Penn State at Me 5,oc SATE
Ohio State atMi iNiSeT
Big Ten softball standings

Team
1. Michigan
2. Iowa
3. Northwestern
4. Michigan St.
5. Wisconsin
6. Purdue
7. Indiana
8. Minnesota
9. Penn State
10. Ohio State.

wI

VL Pct. Overall
4 0 1.000 26-6-0
4 0 1.000 26-7-0-
3 1 .750 14-15-0
2 2 .500 24-140.
1 3 .250 23-16-01
1 3 .250 22-19-0'
1 3 .250 10-21-0
0 4 .000 22-16-0
- - - 18-80
--- 16-13-0

PETER CORNUE/daily
M7ichigan sophomore Ben Cox came back to beat Michigan State's Goran Topalo,
4-, 6-2, 6-3 in Wednesday's 5-2 victory over the Spartans.

ALCENTRAL
Minnesota
Cleveland
Detroit
Chicago
Kansas City
ALEAST
NY Yankees
Toronto
Baltimore
NY Yankees
Toronto
Baltimore
Boston
Tampa Bay
ALIEST
Texas
Oakland
Seattle
Anaheim
NIL-CENTRAL
St. Louis
Houston
Milwaukee
Chicago
Cincinnati
Pittsburgh
WLEAST
Atlanta
NY Mets
Florida
Montreal
Philadelphia

MLB Standings
W L PCT GB HOME AWAY
2 1.667 - 2-1 0-0
1.1.:500' .5 0.0 . 1-1 4
1 2.333 1 0-0 1-2
1 2,333 1 0-0 .1-2
1 2.333 1 0-0 1-2

W L. PCT ' 6
2 1 .667 -
2 1.667"-
1 1.500 .5
2 1.667 -
2 1 .667 -
1 1.500 .5
1 1.500 .5
1 2.333 1
W L PCT' GB
2 1.667 -
2, 1.667 -
1 1.500 .5
1 .2.333 1
W L PCT G8
2 01.000-
2 01.000-
2 0 1.000 -
1 3.250 2;.
0 2.000 2
0 2.000 -2 '

HOME
00
2-1
1-1
0-0
2.1
1.1
0-0
0

AWAY
2-1
0-0
2-1
0-0
0-0
1.1
1-2

STK
Wont.2
Lost.I
Lost 2
Won 1
Won 1
STK
Lost 1
Lost 1
Won, 1
Lost 1
Lostl 1
Won, 1
Lost 1
Lost 2--

HOME AWAY SMh
2-1 0-0 Lost 1-
2-1 0.0 Won 2.
1-1 0-0 Won 1
1-2 0-0' Woni1
HOME; AWAY STK
2-0 0-0 Won 2
0.0 2-0 Won 2
0-0 2-0 Won2-
0-1 , 1-2 Lost 3
0-2 0-0 Lost 2
'0.2 _ 0-0 Lost 2

W L PCT-
2 1 .667
2 2.500
1 2 .500
1 2,.333
0 2 .000

G3B
.5;
1
1
1.5

HOME AWAY
2-1 0
1-2 1-0
1-2 0
1-2 0-0
a-0 a2

Won 1.,
Lost 1
Lost 2
Won 1
Lost_ 2
STK
Won 2
Lost 1
Won 2
Won 1
Lost 1

NLWEST W L PCT Q8
Arizona 2 0 1.000 -
Los Angeles 2 1 .667 .5
San Francisco 2 1 .667 .5
San Diego 1, 1.500 ~1
Colorado 1 2 .333 1.5
Yesterday's results: w
AMWI e ague N
Kansas City 9. Tuw% 3 s,
Tampa Bay 7, Miv,iisoia6 Pit
BAUaTlouE 6. Ceveland 2 O
Chi White Sox 6. Tn,~1 2 MT
BWOn at Stnrun.LAIE sa
Ph

HOME
2-0
0-0
0-0
0
0.0

AWAY.
0-0
21
2-1
2-1
1.2

Nalonw Lag-
Feoum 5, San Francisco 4
r. Logs5 13. Chii Cubls 3
PnsaiuG' 10. Houston 1
,mcm~uri 5, Milwau~ee 1
roniaei 11. Los Angeles 3
Sn Dego B8,tW Mns 5
hiladelphia at Awio"u. 1A1r

EATLANTIC
Miami
New York
Philadelphia
Orlando
New Jersey
Boston
Washington

NBA Standings
W L. PCT GB HOME AWAY
47 26.644 - 29-7 18-191
45 28.616 2 29-8 16.20E
43 31.581 4.5 26-11 17-201
38 36.514 9.5 24-13 14231
3144.413 17 22-16 9-281
30 45.400 18 22-13; 8-321
27 47.365 20.5 16.21 11-261

STK
Won 4
Lost 1
Won 1
Won 7
Lost 4
Lost 9
Won 2

5-CENTRAL'. W L. PCT GB' HOME AWAY S'TK

Indiana
Charlotte
Toronto
Detroit
Milwaukee
Cleveland
Atlant,3
Chicago
W410110WEST
Utah
San Antonio
Minrnesota
Dallas
Denver
Houston
Vancouver

50 24 .676
4231.575
40 34.541
39 35.527
36 38.486
29 45.392
26 48-351
1559.203

7.5
10
11
14
21
24
35,

33 5
27-10
23-15
r25-13
20-17
20-17
19-18
10-26

17-19
15-21
17-19
,14-22
16-21
9-28
7-36i
5,33

Won 3
Won 7
Lost 4
Won 3
Won 2
Lost 2
Lost 4
Lost 1
SmK
Won I
Lost 3
Won 1
Won 2
Lost 1
Won 1
Won 1

W L PCT GS
50 23 .685 -
47 28.627 4
45 29.608 5.5
3341.446 17.5
30 44 .405 20.5
29 46 .387 22
20 53 .274 30

HOME AWAY
28-9 22-14
28.9 19-19
25-14 20-15
17-19 16-22
22-14 8&30
20.3.7 ,9-29
11-27 9-26

W-PACIFIC W L PCT GB
LA Lakers 64 12.842 -
Portland 5420.730 9
Phoenix 48 26.649 15
Sacramento 43 31.581 20
Seattle 42 32.568 21
Golden State 17 58.227 46.5
LA Clippers 14 60.189 49
Yesterday's results: P
Minni 76. Cthariotie 70 Pc
N cvYNP101. Washington 92 M
Gcaul 90. Miwaukeue 80
Dallas at Daver. inre

HOME AWAY STK
33-4 31-8 Won 11
28-10 33-11 Lost 1
30-7 18-19 Lost 1
29-7-14.24 Won 1'
23-15 19-17 Won 1
14-26° 7-32 Lost 10
10-27 4-33 Lost 10
Phoenis at UTAKi3t%
Pontlana at Vs-coo'iu. ;ATE
Minnesota at LA CORAS, ATE

W

NHL Standings

W CENTRAL
St. Louis
Detroit
Chicago
(Nashville

W L :T
51 18 11
48 2210
31 39 10
2846 7

WNRUt I'CW LIT
Colorado 40 29 11
Edmonton 30 34 16;
Vancouver 29 36 15
Calgary 31 3910
W FACIRlC W' L-T
Dallas 43 28 9
Los Angeles >37 31 12
Phoenix 39 34 7
San lose 34 36 10
Anaheim 33 35 12
ENVO~FlEAST W L T-

RT PTS. HOME AWAY
0 113 24-9-7 27-94
12 108 2&.9-3 20-13-7
f2 74 15-20-516-19-5
7 70 15-22-3 13-244
RT PTS HOME AWAYV
1 92 24-124 1617-7
.8 84 18-14-912-20-7
S8 81 16-19-513-17-10
5 77 20-13-611-26-4
RT PTS 'HOME AWAY
6 101 21-154 22-13-5
4 90 20-15-5 17-16-7
4 89 22-162 17-18-5
17.85 21-16-3 13-20-7
'2 80 19-14-7 14-21-5
RT PPS -HOME AWAY

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