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2l 0 -- The Michigan Dailv - SportsMonday - March 12, 2001
A H ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

CLUBSPORTSWEEKLY

: Who: Mike Cammalleri
Hw Iomtow: Richmond Hill, Ontario

Sport: Hockey
Year Sophomore

- Edited by Seth Klempncr and Naweed Sikora
Show me the money!
Rowers pay to play

THE FORUM
Your chance to speak out on
issues in Michigan sports
How will the Michigan hockey team fare
in the next round of the CCHA playoffs?
* What did you think about the men's r
basketball Big Ten Tournament final?
- Is Michigan baseball on the rise sincet4
its win against McNeese State?
Daily Sports wants feedback! Visit
www.michigandally/fomm/sports for your
chance to be heard, BRANDON SEDLOFF/Dailv

} Why: Cammalleri scored three goals and an assist in Michigan's two-game
sweep over Ferris State in the first round of the CCHA playoffs. He scored
the first goal in the wild 8-3 Game one. Cammalleri raised his goal tally to
25 and assists to 31 on the season.
Hlstoy: Cammalleri was selected to the CCHA's All-Conference first team
this season. The center earned an honorable mention for the CCHA All-
Rookie team last year.

Cammalleri

M' NOTES

Baseball wins last
two against McNeese
The Michigan baseball team played
ips first games outside the state of
Florida as it went 2-1 in this past week-
end's series at McNeese State in Lake
Charles, La.
After dropping a 7-1 game on Friday,
the second contest ended the
Wolverines' four-game losing streak as
Bobby Korecky pitched Michigan to a
3-1 win in his five-hitter. Michigan
continued its good fortune the next day
in an 11-inning battle, winning 6-4.
"To win like that on the road is out-
standing;' coach Geoff Zahn said.
The Wolverines came back from down
4- to rally against the Cowboys in the
final game. Michigan cut the lead to 4-2
in the seventh. Michigan then erased the
deficit with a two-out rally in the eighth
-which started with Brock Koman getting

hit by a pitch. Back-to-back doubles from
Brandon Roberts and Gino Lollio tied the
game at 4-4 to send it into extra innings.
Lollio homered in the eleventh
inning with Koman on base to take the
6-4 lead to help earn Tim Leveque his
first win in relief.
"I knew we could hit (McNeese
pitcher Joey Poirrier)," Lollio said. "He
threw me a pitch inside and I turned on
it. It just kept carrying."
- Benjamin Singer
Guevara to chat live
on Yahoo today
Michigan women's basketball coach
Sue Guevara will be live on Yahoo chat
today from 4-5 p.m.
The Wolverines were given the No. 8
seed in the NCAA Tournament yester-
day and will face Virginia in the first
round.

By Jim Weber
Daily Sports Writer
It is an exciting time to be part of
Michigan crew as the construction of a
$1.2 million boathouse is nearing com-
pletion on Belleville Lake.
Few teams deserve the luxurious
boathouse more than Michigan crew, as
both the men's and women's teams are
ranked in the top 10.
But the men's team won't be using the
new boathouse anytime soon as it was
specifically made for the women's
squad. Although they row for the same
school and row against the same level of
competition, the women are a varsity
team while the men's crew is a varsity-
club sport -a status recently created by
Athletic Director Bill Martin that is
between the club and varsity status.
The women made the switch to a var-
sity sport in 1996 due to Title IX of the
Education Amendment Act which for-
bids sexual discrimination of programs
that receive federal money. To do this,
Title IX demands equal funding of
men's and women's sports which even-
tually led to the initiation of the
women's crew program as a varsity
sport.
"I think there are probably a few guys
that get jealous when they see all the
neat things the women get just because
they're a varsity program," men's coach
Greg Hartsuff said.
Envy might be unavoidable but
Hartsuff tries to steer it away from the
women's team.
"The thing I try to point out to the
guys is don't hold it against the female
athletes because it's not their fault,"
Hartsuff said. "This is a federal law and,
agree with it or not, it's not their fault."
Like their coach, the men try to keep
a positive attitude toward their depriva-
tion of adequate school funds and the
women's crew team that receives all the
benefits of school support.
"They're an awesome team too,"

novice John Mumaw said.
Because the separate squads are both
Wolverines, Mumaw also considers the
women's squad as part of their team.
Club rower Joe Gibson emphasized
that the men are not against the varsity
status of the women. "We don't think
the women's crew team shouldn't have
varsity status, we just think men's crew
should have it too," he said.
As a varsity-club sport, the men are
only given $5,000 annually whereas
rower Scott Shapiro believes they could
receive $200,000 to $300,000 from the
school as a varsity squad. From the
already meager funding, $3,000 is
returned to the university as dues for
being a club sport. The remaining
$2,000 leaves the men $123,000 short
of meeting their annual budget for
things like boats, oars and travel costs.
Along with each member of the team
paying approximately $1,200 a year in
order to participate, the rowers also have
to help out in fundraising events. The
first fundraiser is known as "Rent-a-
rower," in which residents rent members
of the team to do house and yard work.
The team also collects donations
from families and then row a 2,000
meter race for display for their "Row-a-
thon" event. While working hard on and
off the water to raise the money, they
still donate 10 percent of the donations
to charity.
Without strong support from their
school, the men have still become the
top club team in the nation, beating
many of the varsity squads as they fin-
ished last season ranked ninth among all
programs.
Hartsuff knows what it really takes to
be successful and he has proven it with
his team's success.
"When it is all said and done, you are
going to line up on the line with the
other programs and it's not going to
really matter how the university has
backed you. It's going to matter what
you have done to that point."

Wheelin' and Dealin'

BRETT MOUNTAIN/Wa4I
Daniel Eliman passes the ball In a wheelchair basketball game at the Dance
Marathon on Saturday.
JPRORTsBRIEFS

'M 'STAT1F

Baseball
Through March 11

Hockey
Final regular season statistics

Player G
Esper 2
Lollio 6
Cantalamessa8
Koman 11
Wright 5
Jaminy 5
Channarn 5
Roberts 11
. nLaRosa 10
Tousa 11
Wuerful 5
Sokol 11
Rutkowski 10
Trzos 8
Pox 8

BA
1.000
.412
.379
.354
.333
.333
.308
.289
.235
.233
.220
.200
.125
.105
.103

AB
1
17
29
48
15
9
13
38
34
43
13
41
24
19
29

RBI
0
3
4
10
2
0
1
4
3
5
1
2
1
2

HR
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
c
0
0
0
0
0

Player
Hilbert
Cammalleri
Shouneyia
Jillson
Kosick
Matzka
Langfeld
Mink
Koch
Ortmeyer
M urray
Komisarek
Trainor
Roemensky
Vanci k
Blackburn
Kautz
Burnes
Wyzgowski
Swistak

GP
35
35
38
36
35
38
35
38
33
27
35
34
36
38
32
38
28
37
13
27

G A
23 34
22 30
9 21
1018
1114
8 17
1311
8 14
8 14
1011
9 7
4 9
2 9
2 6
1 7
05
2 2
0 4
1 2
0 1

PTS
57
52
30
28
25
25
24
22
22
21
16
13
11
8
8
5
4
4
3
1

+/-
+22
+21
+3
+9
+3
+9
+5
+2
+15
+7
+4
+13
+5
+24
+7
0
+5
+12
+3
-4

Zo on Miai roster
but he will not play
MIAMI (AP) - Alonzo Mourning
will have a spot on the Miami Heat
playoff roster, even though he's still
not expected to play this season.
Coach Pat Riley said he would
make the move as a precaution
because he has been burned before by
the NBA freeze on postseason ros-
ters. Mourning is being treated for a
kidney ailment discovered last
October.
Riley said his comments don't
reflect any change in the prognosis
that Mourning will miss the entire
regular season and the playoffs.
"I have not coached this team at all
with any plans of Zo coming back,"
Riley said.
Yankees ink another
Cuban to roster
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - The New York
Yankees formally announced the sign-
ing of Cuban third baseman Andy
Morales to a $4.5 million, four-year
contract yesterday.

Morales was added to the Yankees'
40-man roster.
Morales is expected to start the regu-
lar season in the minors. He is consid-
ered a potential replacement for current
third baseman Scott Brosius.
Morales joined the Yankees yesterday
and was warmly greeted by fellow
Cuban defectors, pitchers Orlando
Hernandez and Adrian Hernandez.
Morales is best known for hitting a
three-run homer in Camden Yards whf
the Cuban National Team beattv
Baltimore Orioles 12-6 in a 1999 exhi-
bition game.
Family first: season
over for NHL's Blake
UNIONDALE, N.Y. (AP) _
Jason Blake of the Islanders will
miss the rest of the season so he can
be with his wife, who has thyroid
cancer and is to give birth April 19
Sara Blake is carrying the couple s
first child. The 23-year-old woman
has a lump on her throat the size of a
golf ball, according to her husband.
He said she would be induced in one
week, then undergo surgery.

ERA leader (5 innings pitched)
Leveque 0.00
Strikeout leader
Alexander 14
Save leader
Three tied with 1

Wednesday, March 14
Women's tennis vs. Western Michigan, 6 p.m.
Thursday, March 15
Women's swimming/diving at NCAA Championships, Long Island, 11 a.m./7 p.m.
Wrestling at NCAA Championships, Iowa City, noon/7:30 p.m.
FrIday. March 16
Women's swimming/diving at NCAA Championships, Long Island, 11 a.m./7 p.m.
Wrestling at NCAA Championships, Iowa City, noon/7:30 p.m.
Softball vs. Massachusetts at Florida State Invitational, noon
Baseball vs. IllinoisChicago, Lawrence Kansas, 1 p.m.
g Softball vs. Maryland at Florida State Invitational, 6 p.m.
Men's gymnastics vs. Michigan State, 7 p.m.
Water Polo vs. Michigan State, 7 p.m.
HIockey at CCHA Championship, Detroit
3 Saturday. March 17
Wrestling at NCAA Championships, Iowa City, 9 a.m./ 2 p.m.
Women's Swim/Diving at NCAA Championships, Long Island, 11 a.m./ 7 p.m.
Softball vs. Troy State at Florida tate Invitational, Noon
Women's Tennis at Marquette, 1 p.m.
baseball at Kansas, 4 p.m.
Women's Gymnastics vs. West Virginia, 7 p.m.
Softball in Bracket Playoffs at Florida State Invitational
Ice Hockey at CCHA Chamionship, Detroit
Men's Golf at El Diablo Intercollegiate, Citrus Springs, Fla.
Women's Golf at hatter Spring Fling, Daytona Beach, Fla.
Women's Basketball at NCAA Tournament First Round
Sunday March 18
Baseball at Kansas, noon
Softball in Semifinals/Championship at Florida State Invitational
Men's golf at El Diablo Intercollegiate, Citrus Springs, Fla.
Women's golf at Hatter Soring Fling, Dayton Beach, Fla.

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DAILY SCREBOARD

NBA STANDINGS

NHL STANDINGS

EASTERN CONFERENCE

EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division

AP PHOTO
The second-youngest player to ever make the cut for the PGA Tour, 16-year old Ty
Tryon talks with fans after his stellar performance yesterday.
16-year Old makes cut
1n his first Tour event

Atlantic Division
Philadelphia
Miami
New York
Orlando
Boston
New Jersey
Washington
central Division
Milwaukee
charlotte
Toronto
Indiana.
Detroit
Cleveland
Atlanta
Chicago

WIL
46 16.
38 26.
37 26.
34 28
27 35.
22 43.
15 48
WIL
38 23.
36 27.
34 29.
27 33
23 39
22 39.
19 45.
11 50.

Pctt
.742
.594
.587S
.548
.435
.338
.238

GB
9
9
12
19
25.5
31.5

WESTERN CONFERENCE
Midwest Division

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. (AP) -
Walking to the 18th green, Tom Lehman
tucked his putter under his left arm and
joined the gallery in celebration.
They were giving 16-year-old Ty
Tryon an ovation he will never forget.
Tryon, a high school sophomore
from Orlando, shot a 4-under-par 68
yesterday in the final round of the
Honda Classic and finished his first
PGA Tour event at 10-under-par.
For his 39th-place finish, Tryon
would have made $12,480 for his show-
ing but collected nothing because of his
amateur status.
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had a great round today," Tryon said.
He was off the leaderboard, but he's
now on everyone's radar screen.
"If I would have played in a PGA
Tour event when I was 16, 1 wouldn't
have broken 80," said Lehman, the
1996 British Open champion who
played the final round with Tryon. "I
would have been so uptight and ner-
vous and so overwhelmed by the sur-
roundings. I would have been choking
my guts out the whole day."
Doing something that even Tiger
Woods never accomplished, Tryon
made the cut in his first PGA Tour
event - becoming the second-
youngest player to make the cut in a
tour event.
Bob Panasik was 15 years and 8
months old when he made the cut at the
1957 Canadian Open. At 16 years and 9
months old, Tryon had rounds of 67-73-
70-68 on the par-72 TPC at Heron Bay.

Utah
San Antonio
Dallas
Minnesota
Houston
Denver
Vancouver
Pacific Division
Sacramento
LA Lakers
Portland
Phoenix
Seattle
LA Clippers
Golden State

W L
43 18,
43 19.
39 23
37 26
35 28.
30 34.
2043
WIL
41 19
41 20
42 21
36 25
31 33
22 42
16 47.

Pct GB
.623-
.571 3
.540 5
.450 10.5
.371 15.5
.361 16
.297 20.5
.180 27
Pct GB
.705 -
.694 .5
.629 4.5
.587 7
.556 9
.469 14.5
.317 24
Pct GB
.683 -
.672 .5
.667 .5
.590 5.5
.484 12
.344 21
.254. 26.5

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

WESTERN CONFERENCE
Central Division

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

w
40
39
28
28
22
w
43
34
33
23
24
w
38
34
31
31
21

L T RT Pts
129 4 99
22 6 7 81
249 2 77
28 124 62
31103 61
L T RT Pts
235 2 83
22 111 80
22142 78
27 101 73
358 5 55

W
36
36
35
27
18
W
39
36
31
28
23
w
36
30
20
17
20

GF GA
229 156.
215 204!
191 177
164 195
148 171
GF GA
191 165
181 158
182 175
219 204
163 206

L T RT Pts GF GA
17 12 3 87 235 163w
21 10 2 84 208 180
247 2 79 233213
36 4 1 59 212 243
425 3 44 151 224
L T RT Pts GF GA
188 3 89219 166
265 1 78 176 160
23 11 5 78 205 175
286 7 69189217
366 4 56 170 200
L T RT Pts GF GA
20 10 2 84 197 171W
268 3 71 174 182
35 11 2 53 185 239
33 109 53 166 212
406 3 49 168 235
L T RT Pts GF GA
178 4 92 208 176'
179 4 91 22 164
317 3 66 188 200
328 2 66 163 179
337 6 57 160 201

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NBA SCOREBOARD
Yesterday's games
NEW YORK 86, Miami 83
Philadelphia 97, BOSTON 91
Toronto 101, VANcoUVER 84
SACRAMENTO .100, Utah 87
Indiana at Detroit, inc.
Milwaukee at Cleveland, inc.
Houston at Phoenix, inc.
LA Clippers at Dallas, inc.
Seattle at LA Lakers, inc.
Today's games
Chicago at Charlotte, 7 p.m.
Miami at Minnesota, 8 p.m.
L.A. Clippers at San Antonio, 8:30 p.m.
Denver at Golden State, 10:30 p.m.

NHL SCOREBOARD
Yesterday's games
Florida 4.,NY iSLANDERs 1
Edmonton 3, CAROLINA 2
Detroit at Minnesota, inc.
WASHINOTON 6, Ottawa 5
Calgary 3, ATANTA 3.
COLORADO 3, Dallas 2
ANAHEIM 1, Nashville 0

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Today's games
Pittsburgh at NY Rangers, 7:30 p.m.
Montreal at San Jose, 10:30 p.m.

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