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Page 2-The Michigan Daily--Sports Monday- April 15, 1991

Michigan Sports
Calendar
A compilation of Michigan sporting events for
the upcoming week.
Monday, April 15
Softball at Western Michigan, 3 p.m. (DH)
Tuesday, April 16
Softball vs Michigan State, Varsity Diamond, 3 p.m. (DH)
Baseball at Central Michigan, 3 p.m.
'ednesday, April 17
Softball vs. Toledo, Varsity Diamond, 3 p.m. (DH)
Baseball vs. Ferris State, Fisher Stadium, 3 p.m.
Women's Tennis vs. Michigan State, Huron Valley Tennis
Club, 3 p.m.
Men's Tennis at Notre Dame, 4 p.m.
Thursday, April 18
Baseball vs. Notre Dame, Battle Creek, MI., 6 p.m.
Friday, April 19
Softball at Northwestern, 4 p.m. (DH)
Coed Track at Kansas Relays
Men's Tennis at Minnesota
Saturday, April 20
Softball at Northwestern, 2 p.m. (DH)
Baseball vs. Purdue, Fisher Stadium, 1 p.m. (DH)
Women's Golf at Illini Spring Classic
Men's Golf at Firestone Invitational
Coed Track & Field at Kansas Relays
Coed Track at Michigan State Invitational
Women's Tennis vs. Minnesota, Huron Valley Tennis Club,
11 a.m.
Women's Lacrosse at Ohio State Tournament, 1 p.m.
Sunday, April 21
Baseball vs. Purdue, Fisher Stadium, 1 p.m. (DH)
Women's Golf at Illini Spring Classic
Men's Golf at Firestone Invitational
Women's Tefinis vs. Iowa, Huron Valley Tennis Club, 9 a.m.
Men's Tennis at Iowa
Women's Lacrosse at Midwest Sectionals

BASEBALL AMERICA
COLLEGE BASEBALL
TOP 25
Team Record Previous
1. Stanford 23-9 6
2. Florida St. 34-6 1
3. Louisiana St. 31-8 3
4. Southern Cal. 30-11 2
5. Miami, Fla. 33-7 4
6. Long Beach St. 28-11 5
7. Pepperdine 26-5 8
8. Texas 32-11 7
9. Wichita St. 30-7 9
10. Hawaii 30-7 10
11. Clemson 29-5 13
12. Ohio St. 26-5 11
13. Oklahoma St. 23-8 15
14. Cal. St. Northridge 28-10 16
15. Creighton 23-9 12
16. Georgia Tech 25-10 14
17. S. Alabama 28-8 -
18. Oklahoma 26-8 18
19. Tulane 28-10 17
20. Arkansas 28-14 _
21. Alabama 27-7-
22. Texas Tech 34-11 19
23. N. Carolina St. 32-9 23
24. Baylor 29-9 -
25. Tennessee 27-9 -

Pistons can't keep
pace with Indiana
Associated Press

INDIANAPOLIS - Reggie
Miller finished with 24 points and
the Indiana Pacers finished with the
highest point total against Detroit
this season in a 125-107 victory
Sunday.
Miller, the league's leading free
thrower, improved his percentage to
.917 by converting all 11 of his at-
tempts. The Pacers were 34-for-37
from the. line.
Detlef Schrempf came off the
bench for 23 points and 13 rebounds,
while LaSalle Thompson had 18
points and 14 rebounds. Williams,
who helped limit Isiah Thomas to
11 points on 5-for-18 shooting, had
15 points and 12 assists.
Vinnie Johnson scored 24 points
for the Pistons, whose previous high
for points allowed was 122 by
Charlotte on Feb. 22.
The Pacers, who had faltered in
the second half in losing their last
two games to Chicago and the New
York Knicks, took the lead with 13
consecutive points in the third quar-
ter.
Thompson hit a 17-footer to ig-
nite the streak, leaving Indiana be-
hind 64-62 with 7:05 remaining in
the third quarter. Miller's three-

point play put Indiana ahead to stay
65-64, with 6:52 remaining and the
Pacers went on to lead 73-64 with
5:10 left.
The Pacers, who opened a two-
game advantage over New York in
their battle for the seventh playoff
position in the Eastern Conference,
went on to take an 80-69 lead on a 3-
pointer by Chuck Person - who had
20 points.
The loss cut Detroit's lead oven
Milwaukee to a half-game in the
race for the No. 3 spot in the confer-
ence.
Bill Laimbeer, who had 19 points
and 14 rebounds, pulled the Pistons
back with two straight baskets, and
John Salley's basket left Detroit
trailing 80-75 with 1:53 remaining
in the period.
But Indiana reopened the margirm
to 87-77 at the end of the third quar-
ter, and Detroit never pulled closer
than eight in the last period.
William Bedford, making his-
first start of the season with Mark
Aguirre sidelined by back spasms,
had 13 points in the first half to
give the Pistons a 57-53 lead. How-
ever, he scored only one point in the
second half.

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WHO: Scott Cuppett
TEAM: Men's Tennis
HOMETOWN: Dayton, Ohio
YEAR: Sophomore
WHY: As the Wolverines' No. 3 singles player, he scored six points in
two weekend meets, defeating No. 72 Gunnar Salumaa of Indiana, 6-4, 7-5,
and Ohio State's Jason Katzer, 6-3, 6-3. Teaming with Mitch Rubenstein,
Cuppett won two straight-set doubles matches. Their emotion-packed
victory over Ohio State was highlighted by two comebacks from three
games down.

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