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March 20, 1981 - Image 12

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Page 12-Friday, March 20, 1981-The Michigan Daily
Virginia bumps Tennessee, 62-48

ATLANTA (AP) -Jeff Lamp scored six of fifth-
ranked Virginia's first eight points during a 13-0
second-half run that carried the Cavaliers to a 62-48
victory over No. 15 Tennessee in the NCAA East
Regional semifinals last night.
Seventh-ranked Notre Dame met No. 16 Brigham
Young in the nightcap of the double-header, with the
winner facing Virginia tomorrow afternoon for a ber-
th in the final four at Philadelphia next week..

VIRGINIA DESTROYED the Volunteers im-
mediately after Tennessee had taken a 36-31 lead with
13:20 remaining off a steal and layup by Michael
Brooks.
Tennessee went scoreless for the next 8:08 as
Lamp, a third-team All-American, who had a game-
high 18 points, hit an eight-foot shot, a jumper from
the free throw line and a five-footer as the Cavs took
the lead 39=36.

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Lecture: March 28, 3-5 PM
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The University Artists & Craftsmen Guild cordially invites you to
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Gary Carter ended Tennessee's drought with 5:12
remaining, but the Cavs came right back with six
more unanswered points and finished the rout at tfie
free throw line in the final three minutes.
Lee Raker, playing with an injured thigh, and Jeff
Jones each added 10 points for the Cavs, 27-3. Ralph
Sampson was held to only nine points, but did have
four blocked shots.
Dale Ellis ledTennessee, 21-8, with 13 points.
'M'softball
squad edges
Miami (0.)
Special'to the Daily
COLUMBIA, S.C -In their first
outing of the season, the Michigan
women's softball team put on an im-
pressive showing, beating Miami of
Ohio 1-0 yesterday in Columbia.
The Michigan pitching trio of Julie
Zyjewski,* Sandy Taylor, and Laura
Reed held the Redskins to only one hit
in the game, with Taylor garnering the
victory and Reed the save.
The Wolverines lone run came in the
bottom of the 6th inning, following a
Diane Hatch single. After Hatch stole
second base, Sue Burk drove her home
with an RBI single to right-center field.

AP Photo
TENNESSEE'S DALE ELLIS (14) falls between Virginia's Lewis Lattimore
(55) and Terry Gates (44) after pulling down a rebound in their game last
night in Atlanta. Virginia beat Tennessee in the NCAA East Regional semi-
final game. 62-48.

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