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Friday, March 11, 1983
The Michigan Daily
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7 " "~' the Wolverines pulled off a major upset
" late in the season - for the second time
in two years against the Hawkeyes.
Last year, Michigan beat Iowa at
ST. Crisler Arena igniting a season-ending
r :<swoon that cost the Hawkeyes the
PATRICK'S ' league championship.
DAY IT WAS TURNER'S evening right
from the start. The 6-3 sophomore scored
SPECIAL . the Wolverines first 11 points, and hit 15
44' of 19 free throw attempts - including 12
STARTING AT 7 AM & in a row - to lead Michigan, as it hung
Irish coffee Green beer on to beat the Hawkeyes.
Irish whisey Green schn s "We had extra incentive tonight,"
Irish whiskey Green schnapps Turner said. "We owed them something
. from our game down there (a 79-72 loss
in Iowa). We felt we had something to
FIRST 50 RONSRE EIVE DO LEY S ST. PAT'S HATS prove and we came out and played well.
I played better defense today. I came
out humping it up on 'D' and they all
saw me playing hard, which helped
them all concentrate."
It was Turner's night, but it may have
been his back court-mate who kept the
Wolverines from losing the game down
the stretch. With Iowa, trailing only 63-
60 with 40 seconds left in the contest.
Tim McCormick tapped the ball
away from Hawkeye center Michael
Payne, and Michigan's Dan Pelekoudas
picked up the loose ball near the mid-
court line. But Pelekoudas carried the
ball out of bounds after he was surroun-
ded and shoved by two Hawkeye defen-
ders. The officials, though, ruled no foul
and awarded the ball to Iowa.
"I WAS STANDING there with the
ball with two guys around me, and they
blatently pushed me out of bounds,"
But the 6-2 guard respon
ded by geting in front of guard Andre
Banks and himself to take a charge
This time the foul was called
Michigan's way and the Wolverines
owned the ball. On the ensuing inbounds
pass, >anks fouled the Downers Gove
native, and Pelekoudas sank both ends
of a one-and-one to give Michigan a 65-
60 lead and iced the game.
"He was driving, dribbling the ball
with his head down," said Pelekoudas,
"so I tried to take the charge."
PELEKOUDAS'S charge was only
one example of the tough defense
played by the Wolverines all evening
long. Except for Bob Hansen, who
tallied a career-high 25 points for Iowa,
no one on the Hawkeye squad could
muster much of an offense.
"We played with much more inten-
sity and much better defense than last
week," said Frieder, who was-
especially pleased with the play of Tur-
ner guarding the Hawkeyes' Steve Car-
fino and Hansen late in the game. "Eric'
Turner played great defense tonight. If
he played defense like that last week we
might have won."
Carfino scored just two points on one-
for-seven shooting, and fouled out with
2:10 to go in the game.
23 2/7 1/2
30 2/6 0/0
21 4/8 3/5
40 9/18 15/19
21 2/5 0/0
15 0/0 2/2
23 3/5 0/0
3 0/0 0/0
12 2/3 0/0
A PF Pts
0 2 5
1 4 4
0 2 11
5 1 30
3 3 4
1 2 2
1 1 6
0 2 0
0 2 4
24/52 21/28 34 11 19 66
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Three-point goals: Turner (3-5), Gannon (0-1),
Carfino (0-2), Hansen (2-4).
First half score: Iowa 35, MICHIGAN 30
Daily Photo by JEFF SCHRER
Iowa's Steve Carfino gets more than the ball as he fouls Eric Turner in a
steal attempt. The play typified the night's mismatch, as Turner proved to
be a headache for Carfino, outscoring the Iowa guard 30-2.
ST. JOHN'S, VILLANOVA ADVANCE:
NEW YORK (AP) - No. 20 Syracuse,
led by seniors Erich Santifer and Leo
Rautins, upset 15th-ranked Georgetown
79-72 last night and joined No. 8.,St.
John's and No. 13 Villanova in. the
semifinals of the Big East Conference
Syracuse, beaten twice by
Georgetown during the regular season,
will play the winner of last night's
second game between No. 14 Boston
College and Seton Hall.
IN THE afternoon program at
Madison Square Garden, St. John's, 22-
4, coasted past Pittsburgh behind Billy
Goodwin's 16 points, 64-53, and John
Pinone's free throw with 23 seconds left
was the difference in Villanova's 69-68
win over pesky Connecticut. Villanova
is now 21-6.
Syracuse shot 65 percent from the
field. Georgetown shot 48 percent. -
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