The Michigan Daily
By BOB POLLARD
One of the advantages of finishing
last in a conference is that there is only
One way to go in the standings - up.
The Michigan women's basketball
team has this working for it as it tries to
improve upon last year when it shared
the Big Ten cellar with Iowa, finishing
2-16 in the conference. The Wolverines
open their - season against Western
Michigan in a non-conference battle
today at Crisler Arena at 4:30 p.m.
Although most of the bad news oc-
cured on the court for the Wolverines,
the off-season wasn't much better.
Shortly after the conclusion of the
season, Sophomore Guard Peg Harte,
Michigan's leading scorer and reboun-
der, announced she was quitting the
team and transferring to Aquinas
THE PLAYERS who will try to pick
up the slack created by Harte's depar-
ture are Orethia Lilly, a guard who
averaged 13.3 points and five rebounds
per game last season, center Wendy
Bradetich (10.6, 6.1), and guard Lori
Gnatkowski (7.4, 2.7).
Head coach Gloria Soluk is hoping for
big things from her returning players.
"We have a great nucleus of returning
kids and we hope to have an outstan-
Lilly, a sophomore from East
Cleveland, Ohio, was the second
leading scorer for the Wolverines last
year and figures to be an important cog
in' this season's team, particularly on
offense. Her backcourt partner will be
Gnatkowski, and this tandem will have
to make the big plays if the hoopsters
ope to be competitive in the Big Ten.
Soluk feels Gnatkowski will really come
into her own in this her senior year.
Junior Connie Doutt will also see plenty
of action at the guard spot. Doutt
averaged five points per game last
What puts even more pressure on the
backcourt is the fact that Michigan has
very little experience at the forward
and center spots. Senior Terry Soullier
saw limited action last season,
kaeraging two points and three reboun-
ds per game. Sophomore Amy Rembisz
started nine games and pulled down 3.4
Saturday, December3, 1983
rebounds per outing. The bulk of the
rebounding will fall on the shoulders of
Rembisz and Bradetich. Bradetich was
the second-leading rebounder behind
Harte last season and figures to be the
team leader in that category this year.
Sophomore Sandy Svoboda will also
lend a hand in clearing the boards. Also
returning at the forward position is
Junior Diana Wiley. Wiley is joined in
the front court by sophomore forward
Carolyn Henry and sophomore center
Connie Tudor. Each figures to see in-
creased amounts of playing time from
he basket, it hopes to be able to use
quickness to get the ball in the hole.
e are smaller and quicker than a lot
eams in the Big Ten," said Soluk,
e will be a running team and we
)e to be an outstanding defensive
ust how does a team that gave up an
-rage of almost 80 points a game plan
>eing a solid defensive team?
We have been working very hard on
ense in practice, we want to place
re emphasis on being able to play
h aspects of the game," said Soluk,
n very excited because attitude
e, this is the best team I've ever had.
y are very positive, they believe
y can do a great job."
[OWEVER, BEFORE one gets
rly optimistic one must remember
is a team that finished 4-24 last
r, and lost the player (Harte) who
s head and shoulders above the rest
;he team. Without her it is possible
t Michigan would not have won a
ne. This year Michigan will have to
e more balanced scoring to win.
uk feels that "Everyone. can score,
just one particular person."
here will Michigan be come March
n the Big Ten powers have crowned
Kamp? Soluk believes the team is
able of finishing in the top half of the
ference. According to the seventh-
r coach, Ohio State, Indiana, Illinois
Minnesota are the top teams.
ichigan State will alsordowell
ause of their excellent recruiting
son," she said.
the Wolverines are planning to live
to Soluk's lofty expectations, they
have to win a lot of games on hustle
det rmination because they simply
not have the personnel that some of
other Big Ten teams have, nor do
yhave the size or experience. A
n whose biggest virtue is a positive
tude is bound to have trouble with
ns such as Indiana and Ohio State,
have both talent and size. The
verines will have to put in a lot of
I work if they hope to conquer the
aths of the Big Ten. A more
istic goal would be a more gradual
rovement and a sixth or seventh
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... to pick up the slack
COACH SOLUK is hoping that the
pressure of 6-7 freshman center Lynn
Morozko under the basket will in-
timidate the opposing shooters. The
development of Morozko will go a long
way to determine how the Wolverines
will stack up against, the rest of the
league under the boards. Soluk feels
that her freshman giant will be one of
the most exciting players on the team
because of her size and shot blocking
If Michigan cannot muscle the ball in-
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universities and colleges to cut back, he legislation." He said that the recall
warned. supporters' notion that spending should
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sits on the education committee, said education appropriations.
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