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SPORTS

The Michigan Daily

Tuesday, March 8, 1983

CAGERS ADD THOMPSON

Mi'keep thei
By JIM DWORMAN
Bill Frieder got the Garde he wanted.
The Michigan basketball coach landed his third
recruit of the year when guard Garde Thompson of East
Grand Rapids decided to attend Michigan next year.
Thompson announced his decision at a press conference
Sunday afternoon ending speculation that he would at-
tend either Michigan, Michigan State, Illinois, Syracuse
or Arizona State.
"MICHIGAN has a great academic program, which
really interests me," he said "And it looks like the
basketball program has a bright future. In a year or two,
they're going to be right up there for the Big Ten and
national championships."
Thompson joins Antoine Joubert and Quincy Turner as
Frieder's backcourt recruits.
"Those are the top three we wanted," said the third-
year head coach."We had six guards who visited (cam-
pus) this year and we got three of them. We weren't
going to take as many but our guard play this year has
been disappointing."
FRIEDER HOPES that the addition of Thompson will
intensify competition for the Wolverines' guard
positions. The Michigan helmsman is dissatisfied with
the play of his current backcourt, Eric Turner and Dan
Pelekoudas, but he will notkpredict Thompson's relative
standing among next year's guards.

ir Garde up
"He's a good prospect and a fine competitor," said
Frieder. "We'll see how he plays when he gets here and
plays against our guards."
Thompson believes he'll begin his Wolverine career as
a reserve point guard. "I don't think anyone's going to
beat out Eric Turner," he said. "But I think I can learn a
lot by watching for two years. By the time I'm a junior, I
should have a good chance of starting."
THE 6-1 SENIOR currently averages 27.5 points, 10
rebounds and 10 assists per game for East Grand
Rapids, a Class B school which sports a 17-3 record going
into the state tournament. He recently scored a career-
high 46 points in a game against Grand Rapids North-
view.
Earlier this season, The Detroit News rated Thompson
the second-best high school basketball player in the
state. His future teammate Joubert was ranked first.
While Thompson's verbal commitment successfully
concludes a two-year recruiting mission for Frieder, the
coach still wants to bring more talent onto Crisler
Arena's court. Originally, he wanted to add only a trio of
guards to Michigan's roster. Now, he hopes for more.
"If we had a good season, I wouldn't have taken as
many players," said Frieder. "But when you don't win
you need fresh blood. We need more competition - more
competition at every position. We might sign one or two
more. We're still recruiting a couple of big men."

Page 9
Netters minus Kremer
overtake Dlinois 8-1

By PAULA SCHIPPER
The women's tennis home-opener
served up a 8-1 win over Illinois on Sun-
day, but the Wolverines could have
played better.
Though the score indicates otherwise,
overconfidence, trouble with the tennis
surface and the absence of top player
Marian Kremer detracted from
Michigan's performance.
HAVING GRABBED third spot in the
1982 Big Tens, the Wolverines may have
been overconfident on Sunday against
Illinois, who placed only ninth last year.
"We were a little too overconfident
going in. The results were nice but we
could have played better," said coach
Oliver Owens.
During spring vacation's West Coast'
matches, the Wolverines grew ac-
customed to a faster court. "We're just
getting into the season," said an injured
Kremer from the sidelines. "We

haven't played much on a slow sur-
face."
JANE SILFEN, who lost the only
Wolverine match of the day in a tough
singles match (4-6, 6-4, 5-7) also had
complaints about the tennis surface.
"These courts are really hard to play
on," said Silfen. "They're really slow
so you have to work really hard to win a
point."
The entire team had their work cut
out for them Sunday to compensate for
Kremer's absence. Though Owens was
not completely satisfied with the team's
performance, Mary Mactaggart more
than adequately filled Kremer's shoes
in the top singles position.
Mactaggart wiped out Illinois'
Gayathri DeSilva 6-0, 6-0. "She.*
(DeSilva) was pretty consistent but I
felt good," said Mactaggart. "I wanted
to make sure I had no unforced errors,
keep the ball in play, and keep her run-
ning from side to side."

Women cagers lose home finale

By JIM DAVIS
At least it wasn't as bad this time.
In January, the Wolverine women's
basketball team went to the "land of ten
thousand lakes" and were blown out by
47 points. This time, however, Michigan
made the game respectable, falling
Sunday afternoon to the Gophers by a
score of 84-77 in the Wolverines'; home
finale of the 1982-83 season.
THE LOSS dropped Michigan's
record to 4-22 overall this season (2-14
in the Big Ten) while Minnesota raised
its record to 18-7 (the same record
Michigan finished with last season) and
is 11-5 in the conference.
Michigan held the lead through much
of the first half and went off at the in-
termission leading 43-37. Freshmen

Amy Rembisz and Wendy Bradetich
sparked the Wolverines with strong
rebounding early in the game. But the
6-2 Rembisz got into quick foul trouble
and the 6-0 Bradetich was cold from the
field, allowing Minnesota to stay close.
Gopher senior guard Debbie Hunter
and freshman forward Carol Peterka
each hit on all four of their first-half
shots to keep the Gophers within range.
MICHIGAN maintained its six-point
lead until Minnesota ran off ten straight
points with twelve minutes to go in the
game. The teams traded baskets and
the lead, but with the score tied at 75,
Hunter hit an 18-footer to put the
Gophers in the lead for good. Michigan
could muster only two free throws in
the final two and a half minutes.

Sophomore Peg Harte led the
Wolverines again with 17 points, giving
her 552 on the season with two games to
go. This matches her total of last
season, which was the second highest in
Michigan basketball history and moves
Harte to within ten points of Diane
Dietz's record of 562 in a single season,
set last year. Harte also added to his
single season free throw record with
122, which breaks the mark she set last
year.
Bradetich and Orethia Lilly added 14
points each to the Michigan attack, and
Rembisz notched ten. Freshman Sandy
Svoboda and junior Lori Gnatkowski
chipped in with nine points apiece.
Bradetich also tied the team season-
high with 13 rebounds.
Hunter paced the Gophers with 23
points while Cindy Kuhlman added 19
points and ten rebounds, and Peterka
and Mary Dressen each contributed 16.
The Wolverines close out the season
with games at Iowa and Northwestern
this weekend. Michigan defeated the
Hawkeyes here on January 9 by a score
of 83-62 for one of its wins, but the Wild-
cats defeated the Wolverines at Crisler
Arena 94-70 on January 7.
UPI
Top Twenty
1. Houston (32)....................25-2
2. Virginia (8) ....................25-3
3. Louisville ......................27-3
4. UCLA ..........................22-3
5. Arkansas ......................25-2
6. North Carolina .................25-6
7. Indiana ........................22-5
8. St. John's ......................24-4
9. Missouri ...................24-6
10. Kentucky ......................21-6
11. Nevada-Las Vegas .............25-2
12. Villanova ......................21-6
13. Boston College .................22-5
14. Georgetown ...................20-8
15. Tennessee-Chattanooga.........23-3
16. Washington State ..............21-5
17. Ohio State.................19-8
18. Memphis State .................21-6
19. Oklahoma .....................23-7
20. Illinois State ...................21-5

MEN'S BASKETBALL
IOWA, March 10, 8.p.m.
NORTHWESTERN, March 12, 4 p.m.
BASEBALL
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March 12, 10 a.m.
vs. Columbia, at Daytona Beach, FL,
March 12, 4 p.m.
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March 11-12
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