IG TEN ROUNDUP:
The Michigan Daily-Friday, February 22, 1980-Page 13
COLUMBUS (AP)-Kelvin Ransey
umped in 20 points last night to lead
ranked Ohio State to a 68-59 victory
Northwestern that kept the
tuckeyes in the thick of the Big Ten
Indiana slipped by host Michigan
tate 75-72 while Purdue, previously
ied with the Buckeyes and the
joosiers, dropped a 76-64 decision at
The Buckeyes pulled from the
4ildcats, last in the league, in the final
ute to score their 10th victory in 15
Ten starts. Ohio State ran its
verall record to 18-6.
Northwestern, 3-12 in the league and
-16 overall, never permitted Ohio State
;o ananage more than an 11-point lead
md moved within two points of the
Buckeyes with less than four minutes to
Herb Williams added 18 and Carter
scott contributed 10 for Ohio State,
beating Northwestern for the second
time this season.
Rod Roberson's 15 points led the
Wildcats, who trailed 30-27 at halftime.
With Ransey leading the way, Ohio
State ran its margin to . 50-39 with less
than seven minutes remaining.
However, the Wildcats battled back and
moved to within 53-51 with 3:17 left.
Illinois 60, Minnesota 58
CHAMPAIGN (AP) - Perry Range
fed an alley-oop assist to Eddie Johnson
with four seconds remaining in over-
time to give Illinois a 60-58 win over
Minnesota in a crucial Big Ten con-
ference basketball game last night.
Illinois took possession with 17 secon-
ds remaining in the overtime when
Gophers' guard Mark ball committed a
traveling violation and worked the ball
for the winning score.
Minnesota, which was one game out
d by Bu
of a three-way tied for first place going
into the contest, fell to 8-7 in the con-
ference and 15-9 for the season.
The Illini moved to 7-8 in the Big Ten
and 17-10 overall.
Indiana 75, Mich. St. 72
EAST LANSING (UPI) - Center
Ray Tolbert's four free throws in the
final seconds provided the slim margin
league-leading Indiana needed last
night to defeat Michigan State, 75-72, in
a Big Ten contest.
The win gave the Hoosiers a 10-5 con-
ference record and a 17-7 overall mark.
MSU fell to 6-9 in the Big Ten and are 12-
13 on the season.
MSU came within two points of In-
diana in the last three seconds but was
hit with a bench technical for taking too
many time outs. Hoosier forward Mike
Woodson put away a free shot with two
seconds left to secure the win.
Woodson's two free throws with 3:07
remaining in the game broke open a
see-saw battle and gaye the Hoosiers
the lead for good,6-6"4.
Wisconsin 62, Iowa 58
MADISON (AP)-Free throws by
Claude Gregory and Dan Hastings in
the final minute yesterday preser
62-58 Big Ten basketball upse
Wisconsin over Iowa.
A basket by Steve Aite brought
to within 57-56 after baskets by Gr
and Wesley Matthews had give
Badgers a 57-54 lead with 3:10 to ph
Wisconsin went into a delayg
with 2:46 left and ran a four-g
offense that pressured Iowa
Gregory bit a free throw to ma
58-56 with a minute left, a LarryI
rebound retained possession
Wisconsin, and Hastings made it
on two more free throws.
The victory for Wisconsin, 6-9 i
conference, diminished the titleI
of Iowa, 8-7.
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By DAN CONLIN
Special to-The Daily
YPSILANTI - Oh, those precious lit-
tenths and one hundredths. They
n so much to a women's gymnatics
eim's hopes of a regional bid.
The Michigan women's gymnastics
team added a 134.7 score to their 134.0
season average while placing .third in
the Michigan Championships held at
Eastern Michigan's Bowen Field House
;Every fraction of a point added to
that season average increases
higan's chances of qualifying for
Of the six teams competing,
Michigan State won for the third
straight year and assured themselves
of a bid to the regionals.
Eastern Michigan edged the
Michigan women by less than a point.
Coach Sheri Hyatt was surprised, but
not stunned by being nipped from
second place. "The place, we come in
n't matter at all," said Hyatt. "We
still have a higher team average than
Michigan's hopes of upsetting
Michigan State and gaining the
automatic bid which goes to the state
champion were not to be. But Hyatt was
pleased with the 134.7 score. "It's a
good high score, but the girls were a lit-
tle upset," said Hyatt. The women's in-
dividual performances stood well in the
state competition with five Wolverine
girls winning medals.
Angela Deaver took second on the
beam with a score of 9.0 while Sara
Flom took third in the floor exercise
with the score of 8.95. Dana Kempthorn
and Cindy Sheron tied for third in the
vaulting with 8.65 points. Teresa Ber-
toncin scored her season high in the all
around with 34.1 points, which put her
ina tie for third place.
All the women can do now is sit back
and wait for the other state meets to be
completed to determine if Michigan
heads to Champaign and competes in
Michigan collects net
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leries fared in the 1980 recruiting battle until about October, 1982, according
to head coach Bo Schembechler.
"There's one thing to remember about recruiting," the Blue mentor said
yesterday. "The way you evaluate it is when the kids are juniors.
"I think we did all right, though. We got the quarterbacks and some other
people that can help us."
One of the quarterbacks Schembechler referred to is Steve Smith, a 6-2, 195-
pounder All-American out of Grand Blanc High School. Smith, whose services
were covted by Ohio State and Michigan State, as well as several other major
colleges, enters an uncertain Michigan QB situation, and Schembechler is wary of
ting pressure on him to be Mr. Everything in his freshman year, a la Rick
"They all want to play as freshmen," Schembechler explained. "Some will
and some won't. But I'm tremendously impressed with the kid, and we're anxious
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