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Friday, March 19, 1982
BIG TEN HOPES END, 67-61
Louisville skins Gophers
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP)- Derek Smith and Lancaster
Gordon led 20th-ranked Louisville on two second-half scoring
spurts, and the Cardinals upset seventh-ranked Minnesota
6761 last night in the Mideast Regional semifinals of the
.Twice, the undersized Cardinals raced to a lead, the first
tine, surrendering it to a tenacious Minnesota team, the
second time refusing to yield.
LOUISVILLE earned the right to meet either Virginia or
Alabama-Birmingham in the regional championship on
Saturday, and the Cardinals earned it despite giving away
size and bulk to Minnesota.
Louisville's front-court players yielded seven inches to
Mirnesota's 7-foot-3 Randy Breuer, but the Cardinals coun-
terd with speed, jumping ability and a full court press that
hounded and harassed the Big 10 champions into submission.
Gordon scored 23 points and Smith had 17, all but five of
thgse in the second half and each and every one of them
coming when the Cardinats needed them most. Louisville led
by one, 32-31, at the half, and the Cardinals scored 13 of the
second-half's first 20 points to lead 45-38 with 15:58 to play.
9MITH STARTED that run with an alley oop and a steal
and dunk, scoring six points in all in the run while Gordon ad-
ded a pair of baskets.
i'his time, however, the Cardinals could not make it stick.
Minnesota ran off six straight points during a 5:15 stretch in
which the Cardinals were held scoreless, and the Gophers
trailed 45-44 at the 12:01 mark.
Trent Tucker had four points for Minnesota in that stretch
and two-and-a-half minutes later, a basket by Gary Holmes
of Minnesota tied the score 48-48.
LOUISVILLE, 22-9, scored 11 of the next 15 points in a 4:12
span, including six by Gordon and five by Smith, to take a
seven point lead, 59-52, with 4:36 left.
The Cardinals, NCAA Champions in 1980 and still using
four of the same players from that starting squad, stretched
the lead to as many as 10, 65-55, with 45 seconds left on a
basket by Rodney McCray.
Breuer and Tucker each had 22 points for Minnesota, 23-6,
but the Cardinals held Breuer scoreless for a period of 13:47
late in the game.
Georgia 90, Virginia Tech 73
ATHENS, Ga. (AP)- Dominique Wilkins exploded for 19
of his game-high 27 points in the second half to power the
Georgia Bulldogs to a come-from-behind 90-73 quarterfinal
National Invitation Tournament victory over Virginia Tech
The Bulldogs, 19-11, advanced to the semifinal round Mon-
day night in New York's Madison Square Garden with the
victory over the Hokies, 20-11.
GEORGIA, WHICH trailed 38-33 at intermission, took
charge in the second half. The Bulldogs scored the first five
points to tie it before a three-point-play by Wilkins put the
host team ahead to stay at 47-44 with 14:52 remaining.
Batsmen bury CMU again,
Special to the Daily
HOUSTON - Yesterday the
Michigan batsmen drubbed Central
Michigan again, this time by a score of
111. It was the third time during their
shdrt season that the Wolverines
defeated the Chippewas.
Tlie loss is the seventh in nine tries
or Central, while Michigan upped its
record to 5-3 and 2-2 in the Pan
American Citrus Tournament.
. THE WOLVERINE victory was
aided by home runs from both Rich
Bair and Greg Schulte. Schulte's
round-tripper in the third inning gave
Michigan a 3-0 lead which it never
Wolverine Jim Paciorek had three
singles in four trips to the plate, lifting
is batting average to .640.
Bill Shuta earned the win with a
three-hitter, striking out one batter
and walking four. The sophomore from
LaPorte, Indiana, improved his record
to 2-1, both wins coming against the
Neer sets record
Special to the Daily
TALLAHASSEE, Fla.- Michigan
track and field All-American Penny
Ner won the discus competition
yesterday at the Lady Seminole In-
vitational at Florida State University.
The Wolverine thin-clad set the track
record with her 49.56 meter (163 feet)
heave. Also, with that throw she
B xhibition Baseball
Bitmore7, Atlanta 3
Texas 4, Montreal 0
cago (AL) 10, Detroit 7
ansas City 3, Toronto 2
Minnesota 4, Boston 3
Cleveland 2, Seattle 0
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later this spring at Texas A&M.
Last year Neer, a senior from
Hillsdale, placed sixth in the discus at
the national meet. She has also played
basketball during her career at
Michigan and holds the school record in
both the discus and shot put.
Ferris names icer coach
Dick Bertrand will replace Rick Duf-
fett as head'hockey coach at Ferris
State College, Athletic Director Dean
Davenport announced yesterday.
Duffett, 35, resigned after a 15-18-3,
sixth-place finish in the Central
Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA)
with a seven-year 119-83-7 career slate.
BERTRAND, 40, was head coach at
Cornell for 12 years and brings to the
Bulldog program a 229-103-9 (.683)
career record, one of the best among
Division I coaches.
"We conducted a national search,"
said Davenport. "And found an ex-
cellent response, including many can-
didates with Division I head coaching
"It was a difficult choice to make but
we feel we made an outstanding selec-
tion in Dick," he said. "He brings a
wealth of experience and he has proven
he has great strengths in recruiting and
Bertrand's Cornell teams were NCAA
runnerups in 1972 and fourth in 1973 and
1980. The coach is a Cornell alumunus
and was a tri-captain of the undefeated
1970 National Championship team that
finished with a 29-0 record. He was
named head coach that same year.
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