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18A - The Michigan Daily - SportsWednesday - September 5, 2001

Hell hath no fury

DAILY SCOREBOARD

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

MLB STANDINGS

NFL EXHIBITION STANDINGS
AMERICAN CONFERENCE
Eastern Division

0

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Eastern Division
New York Yankees
Boston
Toronto
Baltimore
Tampa Bay
Central Division
Cleveland
Minnesota
Chicago White Sox
Detroit
Kansas City
Western Division
Seattle
Oakland
Anaheim
Texas
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Eastern Division
Atlanta
Philadelphia
New York Mets
Florida
Montreal
Central Division
Houston
Chicago Cubs
St. Louis
Milwaukee
Cincinnati
Pittsburgh
Western Division
Arizona
San Francisco
Los Angeles
San Diego
Colorado

W L Pet GB
82 56 .594 -
71 64 .526 9.5
67 71 .486 15
55 82 .401 26.5
49 89 .355 33
W L Pct GB
78 59 .569 -
72 65 .526 6
69 67 .507 8.5
55 80 .407 22
55 82 .441 23

New England
Indianapolis
NY Jets
Buffalo
Miami
Central Division
Tennessee
Pittsburgh
Jacksonville
Cleveland
Baltimore
Cincinnati
Western Division
Denver
San Diego
Oakland
Seattle
Kansas City

W
3
. 2
2
S2
1
W
3
3
2
2
1
1
W
3
3
3
2
2

T
0
0
0
0
0

Pct.
.750
.500
.500
.500
.200

W
99
81
70
62
w
74
72
66
63
59
W
80
77
74
61
56
51
w
37
33
33
30
28

L Pct GB
39 .717 -
57 .526 6
67 .507 8.5
75 .407 22
L Pct GB
63 .540 -
65 .526 2
72 .478 8.5
74 .460 11
78 .431 15

NATIONAL CONFERENCE
Eastern Division
W
Arizona 3
Philadelphia 2
Dallas2
NY Giants 1
Washington 1

T Pct. I
0 .750!
0 .750I
0 .500
0 .500I
0 .333
0250
T Pct. I
0 .750!
0 .750I
0 .600
0 .500
0 .500
T Pct. I
0 .750
0 .667
0 .400
0 .250
0 .250
T Pct. I
0 1.000
0 .500
0 .250
0 .250
0 .250
T Pct. I
0 .750
0 .600:
0 .500
0 .250
0 .250

PF PA
77 41
98 93
55 50
36 57
66 91
PF PA
92 79
67 47
68 93
62 59
58 45
67 83
GF GA
93
64 157
78 207
90 175
70 214
GF GA
193 129
172 150
141 153
161 169
131 174
GF GA
193 129
172 150
141 153
161 169
131 174
GF GA
193 129
172 150
141 153
161 169
131 174

Who: Stephanie Johnson
Hometown: Houston, Texas
Position: defender

Why: Johnson scored her first goal of the season on a penalty stroke
against Virginia in a 2-0 win. Shd lead a defensive corp that allowed only
seven shots in two games, only four of which were on goal. She was
named the Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week.

6MA9 NOTES

Sport: Field Hockey
Year: Sophomore

I

oA Nff MoLsHO/Dally
Head coach Uoyd Carr gets fired up on the sidelines Saturday. The Wolverines
handled the Miami RedHawks 3113.
W Soccer vs. Kentucky, 4 p.m.
I M Soccer vs. Cleveland State, 7 p.m.
lVoieyball vs. Pittsburgh in All Sport Challenge, 7:30 p.m.
4Saturday pt. 8
W Cross Country at Miami (Ohio) Invitational 10:30 a.m.
Field Hockey vs. North Carolina at Temple Invitational, 1:30 p.m.
'oIeyball vs. Eastern Michigan in All Sport Challenge, 2 p.m.
plIeyball vs. Georgia in All Sport Challenge, 7:30 p.m.
P='tball at Washington, 3:30 p.m.
M Golf at Badger Invitational
Sunda,. Sept. 9
Field Hockey vs. Maine or Temple at Temple Invitational, 11 a.m.
W Soccer vs. Dayton, 1p.m.
M Soccer vs. Penn State, 2 p.m.
M Golf at Badger Invitational
DAILY MASS MEETINGS.
SEPT. 11, 7 P.M.
SEPT. 13, 7 P.M.
OR
SEPT. 19, 7 P.M.+
STUDENT PUBLICATIONS BUILDING
420 MAYNARD

L
57
60
63
76
81
86
L
16
17
17
21
26

Johnson

Pct GS
.584 -
.562 3
.540 6
.445 19
.409 24
.372 29
Pct G8
.569 -
.551 2
.547 2
.500 6
.441 9

Central Division
Minnesota
Green Bay
Detroit
Chicago
Tampa Bay
Western Division
Atlanta
St. Louis
Carolina
New Orleans
San Francisco

W
4
2
1
1
1
W
3
3
2
1
1

Spikers swept on
Hawaian trip
The Michigan volleyball team lost
all three of its matches in the Hawaiian
Airlines Classic. The Wolverines only
won one set in the tournament falling
to No. 7 UCLA on Friday, No. 5
Hawaii on Saturday, and No. 19
Kansas State on Sunday. Sophomore
Erin Moore was a bright spot for
Michigan, scoring 32 kills in the tour-
nament including a team-high 14 kills
in the team's loss to UCLA.
Johnson honored for
Friday performance
After leading the Wolverines to
three consecutive shutouts, sophomore
defender Stephanie Johnson received
SpoR BRIEFS

the Big Ten Defensive Player of the
Week Award. Her defensive plays
included a batted ball away at the goal
line late in the second half against Vir-
ginia to keep the Cavaliers scoreless.
Johnson also scored her first goal of
the season against the Cavaliers b
converting on a penalty stroke.
Top prospect starts
season on right foot
Freshman Alan Webb began his
Michigan cross country career yester-
day at the Michigan Open on the Uni-
versity golf course. Webb, who broke
the four-minute mile earlier this year A
a high school senior, finished first at
the Open with a time of 25:21 in the
8,000-meter race. Seniors Mark Pilja
and Mike Wisniewski finished second
and third respectively.

MLB SCORES

Yesterday's games
CHICAGO WHITE SOX 10, Detroit 1
CHICAGO WHITE SOX 4 Detroit 0
TORONTO 14, New York Yankees 0
Cleveland 8, BoSToN 5
Houston 7, CINCINNATI 1
Atlanta 3, MONTREAL 2
New York Mets 5, PHILADELPHIA 3
PITTSBURGH 5 Milwaukee 2
FLORIDA 8, Chicago Cubs 1
COLORADo 5, Los Angeles 2
TEXAS 6, Minnesota 5
ANAHEIM 4, Kansas City I
OAKLAND 5, Baltimore 2
Tampa Bay 8, SEATTLE 3
St. Louis 6, SAN DIEGo 3
SAN FRANCISCO 5, Arizona 2

NFL GAMES
Sunday's games
Oakland at Kansas City, 1 p.m.
Carolina at Minnesota, 1 p.m.
Indianapolis at New York Jets, 1 p.m.
Pittsburgh at Jacksonville, 1 p.m.
Chicago at Baltimore, 1 p.m.
New Orleans at Buffalo, 1 p.m.
New England at Cincinnati, 1 p.m.
Seattle at Cleveland, 1 p.m.
Tampa Bay at Dallas, 1 p.m.
Detroit at Green Bay, 1 p.m.
Atlanta at San Francisco, 4:15 p.m.
St. Louis at Philadelphia, 4:15 p.m.
Washington at San Diego, 4:15 p.m.
Miami at Tennessee, 8:30 p.m.
Monday's game
New York Giants at Denver, 9 p.m.

In search of history
This summer, Barry Bonds, Sammy Sosa and Luis Gonzalez have been swing-
ing their way into the record books, trying to break Mark McGwire's home
run record of 70 set only three years ago. Here is where they stand against
each other and McGwire's 1998 season:

THE coN E m:

Games played HR total

Pace Avg. Distance

Bonds 138 59 69 394'
Hit his 58th homerun against Colorado in the fourth inning in a loss on Monday.

sosa
Went 0-4 against Florida,

138

53

62
60

409'
394'

Gonzalez 137 51
Walked four times in Mondays game against San Francisco.

THE REcMD:
McGWire
1998 season

138

55

70 (final) 423'

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Penn State's Senneca
expected to be back
STATE COLLEGE (AP) - Penn
State quarterback Matt Senneca is
expected to return for next week's
game against Virginia after an arm
injury sidelined him for most of the
season opener against Miami.
But starting linebacker Derek Wake
will miss the rest of the season because
of a torn ligament in his left knee.
Senneca received a minor nerve
injury near his right elbow in the first
quarter of Saturday's 33-7 loss, said Dr.
Wayne Sebastianelli, Penn State's
director of athletic medicine.
Senneca returned briefly in the sec-
ond quarter but did not play in the sec-
ond half. He completed 1 of 7 passes
for 1 yard.
Penn State is off this weekend and
plays Sept. 13 at Virginia.
Twenty-one-year old
pitcher throws no-no
SAN DIEGO (AP) - Bud Smith
sat in the St. Louis dugout and talked
hitting with Mark McGwire.
Nothing unusual about that. Except
Smith, a 21-year-old rookie, was three
outs away from a no-hitter.
"We've got no room down there
because of the September callups,"
Smith said. "So I was sitting next to
Big Mac talking about hitting so it
would take my mind off the no-hit-
ter."
Ignoring baseball superstition,
Smith became the 16th rookie in mod-
ern history and the 18th since 1900 to
throw a no-hitter, beating San Diego
4-0 in the second unlikely no-no
against the Padres this season.
Although he admitted that he was
nervous, Smith looked as poised as a
veteran.
"I was shaking out there knowing
that I was;.going for a no-hitter. I was
going on adrenaline," Smith said.
Smith was in the right place for an

unexpected no-hitter. His mother,
stepfather and 14 other immedia
family members were at the game,
plus 10 high school buddies.
"I started thinking about the no-hit-
ter about the sixth or seventh inning,"
Smith said. "I knew I had the stuff to
do it."
Smith, making his 11th career start,
became the first rookie to throw a no-
hitter since the Cardinals' Jose
Jimenez did it in a 1-0 win again*
Arizona on June 25, 1999.
He ended it by fielding Phil Nevin's
hard comebacker, pumping his fist
and running halfway to first base
before flipping to Albert Pujols for the
final out.
"I threw him a changeup and he hit
it right to me, but I didn't know I had
the ball. When I felt it in my glove, I
wanted to run it over to first base
before I threw it to make sure it wou
get there."
Smith and Pujols hugged, then the
pitcher was mobbed by the rest of his
teammates.
Sampras and Agassi
clash in quarter-finals
NEW YORK (AP) - For his next
trick, Pete Sampras takes his high-wi
act at the U.S. Open into a matchup
against Andre Agassi, no simple matter
for the Grand Slam title record holder.
Sampras eliminated two-time cham-
pion Patrick Rafter, and Agassi ousted
Roger Federer to set up a heavyweight
quarterfinal today in America's Grand
Slam.
They are the two oldest players in the
draw - Agassi 31, Sampras 30 -
resuming their rivalry in a match th
might be more appropriate for a fin
instead of a quarter. Sampras leads the
series 17-14 but Agassi has won the last
three meetings, including two finals this
year.
The last time they met at the Open
was in the 1995 final, which Sampras
won in four sets. Their last Grand Slam
meeting was in the Australian Open final
last year, when Agassi won in five sets.
The three losses to Agassi this yea
are part of a 17-tournament slump Sam-
pras has endured since setting a record
by winning his 13th Grand Slam singles
title at Wimbledon in 2000.
The drought led to a No. 10 seed at
the Open, a tournament he has won four
times.
Bad boy Rodman in
trouble in Newport
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (AP)
-= Former NBA forward Dennis
Rodman has gotten on the bad side of
Newport Beach police again, this
time for allegedly spraying a restau-
rant full of people with a fire extin-
guisher.
"It appeared that someone had said
something that he didn't like," polic
Lt. Doug Fletcher said of Sunday'
incident at a Hooters in this beach-
front city.
Witnesses told police Rodman
entered the restaurant about 5:45 p.m.
carrying a fire extinguisher. He didn't
appear to be intoxicated, Fletcher said.
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