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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-03-16

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FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1990

1#110

t's been a busy season for
Nadav Henefeld, the
University of Connec-
ticut's basketball sensation
from Israel. And there could
be more to come.
He and his fellow Huskies,
ranked No. 8 last week,
upset No. 4 Syracuse, 78-75,
last Sunday to win their
first-ever Big East Con-
ference Tournament cham-
pionship and become the top
seed in the first round of the
National Collegiate Athletic
Association's East Regional.
The now-third-ranked Husk-
ies were to meet Boston
University March 15 in
Hartford, Conn., with the
winner playing either In-
diana or California in the
regional quarterfinal March
17.
In the meantime, the 21-
year-old Henefeld, who
obliterated the single-season
National Collegiate Athletic
Association record for steal-
ing the ball, was adding the
Big East Conference Rookie
of the Year honor to hig
growing list of ac-
complishments.
Henefeld turned red when
informed of his selection.
"To be honest, I am" em-
barrassed, he told the New
Haven Register. "It's a
wonderful individual award,
but I hope people understand
that it belongs to the whole
team." Henefeld is the only
other UConn player besides
Earl Kelley (1982-83) to win
the award.
The 6-foot-7 1/2 forward,
nicknamed the "Gaza
Stripper" due to his stealth
at steals, finished the Husk-
ies' 30-game regular season
with 120 thefts — 30 better
than the old record, set in
1987-88 by Providence's Eric
Murdock. His four-steals-
per-game average also
bested Murdock's 3.2 na-
tional record.
Henefeld was the regular-
season rebounding leader for
Connecticut with 177, or 5.9
per game average.
With 360 regular-season
points, Henefeld was the
Huskies' second-leading
scorer behind guard Chris
Smith's 504. Henefeld also
was No. 2 in average points-
per-game (12.0 to Smith's
16.8), three-pointers (40 to
Smith's 56) and free throws
(72 to Smith's 114). He had
124 field goals, one less than
No. 2 in that department,
Tate George.

His only "black mark" was
a team-leading 69 turnovers,
two more than runner-up
George and seven more than
Smith.
The 1989-90 Huskies, who
are also regular-season Big

The 6-foot-7 1/2
forward is
nicknamed the
"Gaza Stripper"
due to his stealth
at steals.

East co-champions with
Syracuse, are the winn-
ingest basketball team in
the sport's 87-year history at
the school.
One of Henefeld's team-
mates is Lyman DePriest, a
6-5 reserve junior forward
from Highland Park, Mich.,
averaging 3.2 points per
game. Both he and Henefeld
scored four points apiece in
the victory over Syracuse.

Stollman Again
Wins ECAC Title

STAFF REPORT

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an Stollman of Bir-
mingham, captain of
the University of
Pennsylvania fencing team,
won his second consecutive
Eastern Collegiate Athletic
Conference individual cham-
pionship in the tournament
at Princeton University
March 10.
A graduate of Cxanbrook
and Hillel Day School,
Stollman was ranked fifth in
the nation entering the
ECAC tourney. He had
vaulted from 12th after plac-
ing second in the United
States Fencing Association
Grand Challenge Jan. 15 in
Oregon. He was defeated,
10-8, by Jean Marie Banos of
Canada, a two-time Olythpic
fencer whom Stollman had
beaten last year in New
Jersey.
Prior to the ECAC,
Stollman had participated in
the Moscow Saber Cup in
Russia, where total failure of
the electronic scoring ap-
paratus aborted the match.
A senior at Wharton
School of Business, Stollman
trains four times a week at
Columbia University in New
York and is planning to
study law at either Colum-
bia or New York University.

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