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Pa e 12-Friday, February 19, 1982-The Michigan Daily
Women cagers come up short,

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sn't lost on one free throw."
'I thought it was in," said Dietz, who
Ished the evening with a game-high
points. "I'm glad they called time out
cause I was nervous and needed to
lax. I just shot it too hard. It put a
mper on a potentially nice evening,'"
e said.
AS FOR THE 2,000 points, Dietz took
n stride, saying that she hadn't really
plized she had a shot at the double
ilenium mark until a fey weeks ago,
It added it was a relief to get it over
nth.

Michigan started out the game
slowly, forcing shots and trying to keep
pace with the quick Saginaw Valley
squad.
"Our timing is still not right," said
Soluk. "With (Terri) Soullier and
(K.D.) Harte out, our rhythm is off.
Soullier is our sparkplug off the bench.
The other kids are going to have to
develop a rhythm."
PEG HARTE scored 20 points and
- finally got the Wolverines going mid-
way through the first period, serving as
inspiration for the rest of the team.

Connie Doutt, filling in for K.D. Harte,
and Lori Gnatkowski, playing with an
injured shoulder, began scoring. Dietz,
who only managed five points for the
first 15 minutes, put in two quick hoops
at the end of the period. Michigan still
trailed, 37-32, at the half, however.
Dietz made few mistakes at the out-
set of the second half, hitting seven of
her first eight shots on her way to the
Michigan record books. However,
following a brief ceremony, the
Wolverines came out flat as both Dietz
and Harte were held scoreless until

Dietz's free throw at the end.
"We were a little fatigued," said Har-
te. "We were running well, but got tired
during the last couple of minutes. Ac-
tually, I thought it (the ceremony)
helped us but it just didn't last long
enough."
Despite the loss, Soluk had nothing
but praise for Dietz, calling her a
phenomenal player and a fine lady who
deserves all the accolades she receives.
Michigan's next game will be a noon
contest tomorrow against Dayton at
Crisler Arena prior to the start of the
men's game.
2,002 and counting

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SAGINAW VALLEY
MInFG/AFT/A R

A PF Pts

Sanders ........... 27
Williams...........36
Dockus ............31
Key ............. 40
Royer ............. 40
Clor ............... 3
Zielinski........... 13
Ericksen...........6
Goestenkors ....... 4
Team Rebounds
Totals..........

3/13 2/4 8
2/10 0/0 11
10/19 2/4 15
8/13 2/4 1
3/9 0/2 5
0/0 0/0 1
3/4 0/0 3
1/3 0/0 0
1/1 0/0 0
4
31/72 6/14 48

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5
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18
6
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10 19 68

MICHIGAN
MinFG/AFT/A R A PF Pts
Harte..............39 7/23 6/10 14 1 2 20
Dietz .............. 39 12/21 2/4 3 3 1 26
Donovan...........25 0/3 0/0 6 0 5 0
Doutt.............. 38 4/11 2/3 6 9 1 10
Gnatkowski ....... 39 3/8 3/4 6 5 3 9
Wiley............ 15 1/2 0/0 1 0 1 2
Baumgart......... 3 0/1 0/0 0 0) 0 0
Sobkow...........2 0/0 0/0 2 0 0 0
Team Rebounds 5
Totals.............. 27/69 13/21 43 18 13 67
Halftime Score: Saginaw Valley 37, Michigan 32
Attendance: 1f5

Daily Photo by BRIAN MASCK
WOMAN CAGER Diane Dietz become Michigan's third highest scorer in
Wolverine basketball history, as she accumulated 2,002 points during last
night's game. The Wolverines, however, lost the contest, falling to Saginaw
Valley,68-67.

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By MARTHA CRALL
The Michigan hockey team will close
out the regular season over spring
break with three of its final four games
on the road.
Tonight will be the opener of a two-
game set with ninth-place Ohio State
(14-15-1 overall; 8-15-1) in Columbus.
Michigan is fresh off a 7-1 Tuesday
night trouncing at the hands of
Michigan State,, and will face a
streaking Buckeye squad which has
von eight of its last 10 games.
THE WINNING streak has put Ohio
State into the hunt for a Central
Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA)

playoff spot. The top eight teams in the
league participate in post-season play,
which begins March 5. The Wolverines
(17-10-5 overall; 13-9-4) have already
clinched a play-off spot in their initial
CCHA campaign, and are currently
fighting for home-ice advantage, awar-
ded to the top four finishers.
The Buckeyes are led in scoring by
senior center Larry Marson (19-32-51),
Paul Pooley (18-22-40) and Steve
Amoruso (13-27-40). Michigan's
leading scorer is Steve Richmond (5-
29-34).
Both teams will be playing without a
senior defenseman in the opener.
Wolverine Dave Richter and Buckeye
Dan Mandich were both penalized for
fighting in their last games and will
serve their one-game disqualifications
tonight.
IN THE TWO teams' first meeting
back in December, they split the series
at Yost Ice Arena. Michigan lost the
opener, 4-3, before coming back to beat
the Buckeyes, 7-3 in the rematch.
Next weekend, the Wolverine icers
continue their four-game string of road-
games as they travel to Bowling Green
on Friday night (Feb. 26) before
SCORES
College Basketball
Ohio State 64, MICHIGAN 63
Iowa 59, Michigan State 53
Minnesota 76, Northwestern 66
Purdue 52, Illinois 44
Indiana 88, Wisconsin 44
Alcorn St. 107,8S. Carolina St. 86
NHL
Detroit 4, Toronto 3
N.Y. Islanders 7, Philadelphia 4

hosting the final game of the regular
season against the Falcons on Saturday
(Feb.27).
Bowling Green is currently atop the
CCHA standings and the fourth-rated:.
hockey team in the nation before its
weekend series with last-place Miani
(O.) in Oxford. Bowling Green and
Michigan State are the only two teams
that have clinched home-ice advantage
in the opening round of the playoffs.

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