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14A - The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday - September 3, 2002

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Oakland ties American
League record with win
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - Miguel
Tejada and the Oakland Athletics simply
refuse to lose - even when the degree
of difficulty gets higher and higher.
Tejada got his second straight game-
ending hit as the A's matched the longest
winning streak in AL history with their
19th straight victory yesterday, beating
the Kansas City Royals 7-6.
David Justice homered and drove in
four runs as Oakland overcame a 5-0
deficit and a terrible start by ace Barry
Zito to equal the 19 straight wins
recorded by the 1906 White Sox and
matched by the 1947 Yankees.
With their second straight victory in
their final at-bat, the A's recorded the
fifth-longest streak in major league his-
tory and the third longest since 1900.

With the bases loaded and the score
tied at six in the ninth, Tejada drove a
sharp one-out single through five
drawn-in infielders. The hit sparked a
replay of the raucous Coliseum celebra-
tion on Sunday, when Tejada's dramatic
three-run homer beat Minnesota.
For the third straight day, the A's
streak seemed to be in serious jeopardy.
In the fifth inning, Oakland trailed 5-0
and hadn't managed a hit against Kansas
City starter Runelvys Hernandez, while
Zito had been battered by the Royals'
light-hitting lineup.
But Oakland rallied with Justice's
two-run homer in the fifth and four
more runs in the sixth, capped by Jus-
tice's two-run single that put Oakland
up 6-5.
Kansas City tied it in the eighth and
loaded the bases in the ninth, but Tejada
turned Neifi Perez's grounder into an
inning-ending double play.

Strahan to stay sack-
happy for the Giants
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) -
Defensive player of the year Michael
Strahan agreed to a seven-year, $46 mil-
lion deal yesterday that will allow the
NFL's single-season sack holder to end
his career with the New York Giants.
The deal came three days before the
Giants' season opener against the San
Francisco 49ers and just six months after
an angry Strahan declared that this would
be his final season with the team after a
proposed $56 million deal fell apart.
"I am very happy I will be in New
York and that I am going to stay here,"
Strahan said at a hastily called news
conference. "I feel great to know this is
where I started my career and this is
where I will finish my career."
The 30-year-old Strahan will receive

a $6.4 million signing bonus. A total of
$20.9 million of the contract will be
guaranteed over the next three seasons,
including $5.5 million in salary this
year. The defensive end will earn $32
million over the next four years, the
same amount the 10-year veteran
earned under a four-year contract he
signed in 1999.
The new deal will free $1.25 million
in salary cap space for the Giants this
year. More importantly, it won't tie up
cap space in the future because the
guaranteed money can be prorated over
the life of the contract.
Strahan will only count $4.2 million
against the salary cap next year. He will
count $10.9 million against the cap this
year.
"I have a deal that will make me be a
New York Giant for as long as that deal
says I should be a New York Giant,"
Strahan said.

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Who: Abby Crumpton
Hometown: Rochester Hills
Position: Forward

Sport: Women's soccer
Year: Senior

Why: Yesterday, at the 61-minute mark, Crumpton scored the game-win-
ning goal against Brigham Young. She took advantage of an unprepared
defense as she used a Erika Kleinholz throw-in to score Michigan's sec-
ond goal of the game.

Crumpton

6M'SCHEDULE
Friday. Sept. 6
W Soccer vs. Western Michigan, 4 p.m.
M Soccer vs. IUPUI (Elbel Field), 7 p.m.
Volleyball vs. Cincinnati, 7 p.m.
Saturday. Sept. 7
Field Hockey vs. Central Michigan, 10 a.m.
W Cross Country at Detroit Mercy Invitational (Northville), 11:15 a.m.
Football vs. Western Michigan, 12:10 p.m.
Sunday. Sept. 8
Field Hockey vs. Ball State, 1 p.m.
W Soccer vs. Eastern Michigan, 2 p.m.
'M'NOTES

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Former Detroit high school player shot dead in Minnesota

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Hours after his first
college football game, a Minnesota player was
shot dead near a downtown bar following a con-
frontation with three men.
"We lost a family member," Gophers coach Glen
Mason said Sunday at a news con-
ference to announce the death of
Brandon Hall, a 19-year-old red-k
shirt freshman.
Hall was shot about eight
blocks from the Metrodome dur-
ing a dispute between a group of
teammates and three other men
about 2 a.m., police said. The Hall
players had accused the men of assaulting Gophers
player Damian Haye and ripping a gold chain from
his neck.
As the players approached, the three men
began walking away and went into a van, police
spokeswoman Cyndi Barrington said. One of
them got out of the van and began walking
toward the players.

"At that point, someone in the group said, 'He's
got a gun!' and they scattered," Barrington said.
"But the suspect was still able to take a shot."
Hall was pronounced dead at Hennepin County
Medical Center.
"To the best of my knowledge, Brandon Hall
was an innocent victim," Mason said.
A handgun was recovered and the three men
were arrested but have not been charged. Barring-
ton said charges could come today.
The alleged gunman is a 28-year-old suspected
gang member from Minneapolis, who has more
than 80 police contacts as a suspect, witness or
victim in crimes, the Star Tribune reported.
Hall, a 6-foot-5, 270-pound defensive lineman
from Detroit, made one tackle in the Golden
Gophers' 42-0 opening victory over Southwest
Texas State on Saturday night.
"He was a wonderful person," Hall's aunt, Cyn-
thia Hall, told WJBK-TV in Detroit. "He was very
helpful to his mother. They were very close."
Mason met with players and some of Hall's

friends early Sunday. He said the team canceled its
Sunday practice and was not sure when the
Gophers would resume workouts for their game at
Louisiana-Lafayette.
"They're kids and they're looking for help,"
Mason said. "And we intend to give them all the
help we can in dealing with this loss."
Athletic director Joel Maturi said the school
would provide counselors for the team.
"These are all things that none of us have been
taught to deal with," he said.
At Finney High School in Detroit, Hall's alma
matter, football coach Tony Elliot wasn't sure how
he would break the news to his players, many of
whom played with Hall. Elliot never coached Hall
but said he would visit the team on trips home
from Minnesota and work with the players.
"He cared about the program and was willing to
volunteer and help out," Elliott told The Detroit
Free Press.
"Before I knew it, he was there during his spring
break, working techniques with my football class."

Tholl rewarded with
promotion after 10 years
Since joining Michigan's softball
family in 1988 as a player, Bonnie Tholl
has been nothing but
successful for the
Wolverines.
Last Wednesday
that success was
rewarded with a
promotion from
assistant coach - a:
position Tholl has Tho01
had for the past 10
years - to associate head coach for

this 2002-03 season.
Tholl, along with head coach Carol
Hutchins and assistant coach Jennifer
Brundage have led Michigan to two-
straight Women's College World Series
appearances
The new associate head coach played
for the Wolverines from 1988-1991 as a
shortstop.
She became the first Big Ten player to
be named to the All-Big Ten team in
each of her four years and was named to
the All-Decade team of the 1980s.
Tholl began her coaching career at
Indiana as an assistant coach. She
returned to Michigan in 1994.
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DAYf SCOREBOARD
MLB STANDINGS

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Eastern Division
N.Y. Yankees
Boston
Baltimore
Toronto
Tampa Bay
Central Division
Minnesota
Chicago White Sox
Cleveland
Kansas City
Detroit
Western Division
Oakland
Anaheim
Seattle
Texas
Yesterday's games

W
84
77
63
60
47
W
80
67
60
55
50
W
87
82
°80
61

L
52
58
72
77
89
L
58
70
76
83
87
L
51
54
57
75

Pct
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.467
.438
.346
Pct
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.489
.441
.401
.365
Pct.,
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.603
.584
.444

GB
6.5
20.5
24.5
37
GB
12.5
19
25.5
29.5
GB
4
6.5
25

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Eastern Division
Atlanta
Philadelphia
Florida
Montreal
N.Y. Mets
Central Division
St. Louis
Houston
Cincinnati
Pittsburgh
Chicago Cubs
Milwaukee!
Western Division
Arizona
Los Angeles
San Francisco
ColoradoI
San Diego!
Yesterday's games
ATLANTA 5, Pittsburgh 1

W
87
69
67
67
61
W
76
72
67
60
57
50
W
85
79
77
61
59

L
49
67
68
70
73
L
61
65
70
78
80
87
L
51
57
59
76
77

Pct
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.507
.496
.489
.455
Pct
.555
.529
.489
.435
.416
.365
Pct
.625
.581
.566
:445
.434

GB
18
19.5
20.5
25
GB
4
9
16.5
19
26
GB
6
8
24.5
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Chicago White Sox 5, TORONTO 3
Boston 8, N.Y. YANKEES 4
TEXAS 7, Houston 2
OAKLAND 7, Kansas City 6
Minnesota at SEATTLE
Today's games
Texas at BALTIMORE, 7:05
Cleveland at DETROIT, 7:05
Boston at N.Y. YANKEES, 7:05
Chicago White Sox at TORONTO, 7:05
Anaheim at TAMPA BAY, 7:15
Today's games
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Texas at BALTIMORE, 7:05
Cleveland at DETROIT, 7:05
Boston at N.Y. YANKEES, 7:05
Chicago White Sox at TORONTO, 7:05
Anaheim at TAMPA BAY, 7:15
Kansas City at OAKLAND, 10:05

Milwaukee 4, CHICAGO Cus 2 (GAME ONE)
MONTREAL 5, Philadelphia 1
Cincinnati P, ST. Louis 3
TEXAS 7, Houston 2
Milwaukee at CHICAGO Cus
Los Angeles at ARIZONA
Colorado at SAN DIEGO
Florida at N.Y. METS, PPD.
Today's games
Philadelphia at Montreal, 7:05
Florida at N.Y. Mets, 7:10
Pittsburgh at Atlanta, 7:35
Milwaukee at Chicago Cubsc8:05
Cincinnati at St. Louis, 8:10
Los Angeles at Arizona, 9:35
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