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The Michigan Daily-Friday, March 12, 1982-Page 13

SPORTS OF THE DAILY
Dietz honor-at's academic

By CHRIS WILSON
Diane Dietz, co-captain of the
Michigan Women's basketball team,
was the nation's top vote-getter in the
balloting for this year's academic All-
.American squad. This marked the
second year that Dietz was elected to
first-team honors by the members of
the College Sports Information Direc-
tors of America.
"I'm really honored and surprised,"
said Dietz, the leading scorer in Big Ten
women's basketball history, upon lear-
ning of the award. "This season was so

satisfying that I didn't even think about
personal accolades. In the past the
losses were so discouraging that you
sometimes said 'What can I get for
this?' But this year it was too fun to
worry about those things. Still I'm very
pleased."
The only Michigan woman ever to
score more than 2,000 points in her
career (2,067), Dietz led Michigan toi a
17-9 record in her final season
averaging 21.6 points a game. It was the
best record in Michigan's nine-year
history. Dietz, who was a second team
Academic All-American as a
sophomore, has a 3.52 grade point in
general studies.
Georgia advances in NIT
ATHENS, (AP) - Acrobatic
Dominique Wilkins jammed in a pair of
slam dunks midway through the second
half to snap a tie and ignite Georgia to a
73-60 college basketball victory over
Temple last night in a National In-
vitation Tournament first-round game.
Georgia will host the winner of
Friday night's Maryland-Richmond
game in a second round NIT contest
here Monday night. Wilkins, who
scored 16 of his game-high 24 points in
the second half, aroused the slim crowd
of 5,161 and his teammates with his ex-
plosive dunks only 30 seconds apart to
break a 48-48 tie and put the Bulldogs
ahead to stay at 52-48.
GEORGIA, 17-11, ran off a 16-4 spurt
triggered by the acrobatics of Wilkins,
who had six points in the run.
Freshman Gerald Crosby, who had 14
points, had eight points during the
eight-minute explosion that put the
Bulldogs ahead 64-52 with 5:55
remaining.
Tigers trip Twins, 6-3
LAKELAND, Fla. (AP) - Enos
Cabell's three-run homer capped a
Final Michig
Basketba

Dietz
... Academic All-American

four-run third inning yesterday and the
Detroit Tigers went on to defeat the
Minnesota Twins 6-3.
The Tigers, 2-2, jumped off to a 2-0
lead in the first inning behind a run-
scoring double by shortstop Alan
Trammell and an RBI single by Cabell,
who was recently acquired by the
Tigers from San Francisco.
After Cabell's three-run blast, the
Tigers made it 6-0 on a run-scoring
single by outfielder Les Filkins.
Detroit right-hander Dave Rozema
started and pitched three innings,
allowing just one hit and no runs. He
struck out five and walked none. Larry
Pashnick picked up the save for
Detroit, coming on in the ninth.
Valenzuela in Mexico
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Holdout
Fernando Valenzuela of the Los
Angeles Dodgers has returned to his
native Mexico to await a decision on his
salary demands, his agent says.
"He will wait there until something
positive happens in the talks," Tony
DeMarco, who has been negotiating for
the left-handed pitcher, said Thurs ay.
DeMARCO SAID Valenzuela, the Cy
Young Award winner as a rookie last
year, "will keep in training."
DeMarco added that Valenzuela had
"been wanting to do this return to
Mexico for some time."
DeMarco said he hasn't talked with a
representative of the Dodgers since last
Sunday. Valenzuela is reportedly
seeking a $1 million annual salary while
the club has offered $350,000.
Hawks 107, jazz 91
ATLANTA (AP) - Mike Glenn
scored a season-high 23 points, hitting
11 of his 12 hots from the field, to lead
the Atlanta Hawks to a 107-91 victory
over the Utah Jazz in a National
Basketball Association game last night.
ran Women's
5*
Ul Statistics
G/FGA Pct FT/FTA Pct RE B-AVG A Pts Avg
253/556 .455 56/91 .615 193-7.4 80 562 21.6
218/459 .475 116/184 .630 181-7.0 51 552 21.2
96/222 .423 52/77 .675 93-3.6 125 244 9.4
91/226 .403 21/37 .568 82-4.1 95 203 10.2
59/140 .421 24/38 .632 147-6.1 36 142 5.9
60/175 .343 21/30 .700 111-4.3 69 141 5.4
37/87 .425 7/15 .467 133-5.3 2 81 3.2
21/53 .396 8/17 .471 70-2.9 2 50 2.1
7/22 .318 0/0 .000 8-0.4 10 14 0.7
5/10 .500 1/3 .333 13-1.1 0 11 0.9
4/15 .267 2/2 1.000 4-0.4 0 10 0.9

The victory was Atlanta's fourth in a
row and eighth straight over Utah in
three seasons. Atlanta boosted its
season mark to 28-32, while Utah, suf-
fering its 12th loss in 13 outings, fell to
19-43.
Wings 1, Rangers 4
DETROIT (AP) - Rob McClanahan
and Mark Pavelich, teammates on the
gold-medal winning U.S. Olympic team
two years ago, both scored first-period
goals last night to pace the New York
Rangers to a 4-1 National Hockey
League victory over the Detroit Red
Wings.
It was the first game for Detroit
Coach Billy Dea, who replaced Wayne
Maxner, fired Wednesday.
THE RANGERS, now 33-24-12, have
won seven and tied four in their last 14
games. On the road, New York has
eight wins and three ties in their last 13
contests.
McClanahan, standing at the corner
of the goal crease, deflected Dave Silk's
pass behind Detroit gaolie Bob Sauve at
6:49 for his third goal of the season.

Michigan Final
Hockey Statistics
INDIVIDUAL

AP Photo
FORMER MICHIGAN STAR Rickey Green of the Utah Jazz shows his style
last night in Atlanta as he endures the grasp of Atlanta Hawks' forward Tom
McMillen in the first period of their National Basketball Association game.

Name, Pos. GP
T. Speers, C............38
B.Tippett, LW......... 38
S. Richmond, D........38
Dn. May, RW.........37
D.. Richter, D........ 36
B. Lundberg, D.......32
P. Kohylarz, C......... 36
P. Brandrup, LW ...32
J: McCauley, RW ...... 38
J. Milburn, C...........31
D. Krussman, LW ..... 38
M. Perry, D............38
J. Grade, C ............ 36
S. Yoxheimer, C.......38
D. McIntyre, RW ...... 35
B. Reid, RW............26
M. Neff, D........... 32
J. Tessier, LW..........20
K. McCrimmon, RW ... 15
IQg. May, D ............ 11
J. Hawkins, D ........ 18
J. Elliott, G............26
P.Mason,CG..........16
C. Noren, C............ 8
J, Huber, LW .......... 3
M. Chiamp, G ......... 3
M' BENCH ....... 38

Pts
39
36
36
24
21
19
18
18
17
15
14
14
11
10
8
8
5
3
2
2
1
0
0
0
0
0

P/M
23/46
13/26
34/68
27/54
37/18
21/42
11/22
26/53
6/12
16/32
17/34
7/14
25/50
25/50
9/18
3/6
17/35
2/4
3/6
4/8
2/4
2/4
1/2
0/0
0/0
0/0
2/4

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Player
Dietz,... ............ ...... ...............
P. Harte ...................................
L. Gnatkowski .............................
K. D. Harte ................................
T. Soullier .................................
G. Doutt ...................................
Patrice Donovan ..........................
Wiley .....................................
C. Baumgart ........................
Sobkow ...................... ...........
S. Dietz ...............................

GA-GS F
26-25
26-25
26-25
20-20
24-10
26-7
25-17
24-1
19-0
12-0
11-0

MICHIGAN ..............................
OPPONENTS .............................

26
26

851/1965 .433 308/494
820/1853 .443 339/537

.623 1152-44.3 470 201077.3
.631 1218-46.8 388 197976.1

MICHIGAN............38 130 192'322 333/672
OPPONENTS .........38 131 208 339 313/668
GOALIE STATISTICS
Goalie, Record GP Min. GA AvgSav
P. Mason (8-4-1).......16 713:41 36 3.0 328
J. Elliott (9-114)....... 26 1509:26 88 3.50 765
M. Chiamp (1-0-0) ..3 97:28 6 3.70 36

MICHIGAN(18-5-5) .... 38
Opponents (15-18-5) ....,38

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2320:15 130 3.361031

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Goals ............. 42 50
Shots on Goal...... 382 362
Goalie Saves...... 346 429
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Goals ............. 48 38
Shots on Goal.......395 467
Goalie Saves.......340 311
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