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Sunday, March 18, 1984
State pull off upsets
Indiana rolls, 75-67
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) - Steve
Alford hit 10 straight free throws in the
last 12 minutes Saturday to lead In-
diana to a 75-67 victory over Richmond
in the second round of the NCAA East
Regional basketball tournament.
North Carolina will face the Hoosiers,
21-8, in an East Regional semifinal in
Atlanta next Thursday.
ALFORD, THE nation's second
leading free throw shooter at 90.6 per-
cent, began his streak with 12:33 left.
He converted both ends of a two-shot
foul to break a 46-46 tie. He added eight
more in almost two minutes to end the
Richmond season at 22-10.
John Newman hit the tail end of a
two-shot foul with 11:37 left to pull the
Spiders within one. The teams traded
baskets before Alford hit a jumper at
the 10:40 mark and Mike Giomi added a
baseline shot with 7:55 left to give the
Hoosiers a 54-49 edge.
Richmond got as close as 56-53 on Bill
Flye's layup with 6:03 left, but Cour-
tney Witte hit a free throw at 5:47 to
ignite a Hoosier pullaway which even-
tually boosted the lead to 67-57 on two
free throws by Witte with 1:43 left.
Alford hit six of 12 from the field and
led the Hoosiers with 22 points while
center Uwe Blab had 14 before fouling
Kelvin Johnson led Richmond with 27
points and Newman scored 20. Bill Flye
hit 10 for the Spiders.
N.C. 77, Temple 66
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) - Michael
Jordan scored 27 points as top-seeded
North Carolina shook off a determined
Temple effort for a 77-66 victory
yesterday in the second round of the
NCAA East Regional basketball
Temple's pressure defense forced 15
North Carolina turnovers in the first
half while Terrence Stansbury hit eight
of 14 shots in the period and had 18
points. With that, the Owls never led by
more than one point in the half.
' "THEY WERE very quick. They
jumped in the passing lanes and they
were putting a lot of pressure on us,"
Jordan said of Temple's defense.
"That's the first time we've faced
something like that. I think we
corrected that in the second half."
The Tar Heels trailed 29-28 when Joe
Wolf scored on a tip-in with 33 seconds
left. Steve Hale got a layup with four
seconds left and gave North Carolina a
32-29 edge at halftime.
Sam Perkins ignited. an 8-0 run that
gave the Tar Heels a 48-39 lead at the
12:54 mark, their biggest margin to that
point. Temple responded with eight
straight points - four each by
Stansbury and Jim McLoughlin - to
pull within 48-47 with 11 minutes left.
NORTH CAROLINA'S last run put
the Owls out of reach. Matt Doherty
scored on a layup, Kenny Smith, who
finished with 11 points, got a basket on a
goaltending call and Perkins added two
free throws with 10:03 left as the Tar
Heels led 54-47.
Smith added. two free throws with
3:31 remaining for their biggest lead at
Perkins scored 12 points for the Tar
Heels, while center Brad Daugherty
Stansbury cooled off in the second
half and finished with 26 points.
Granger Hall had 13 and McLoughlin
had 10 for the Owls, who close at 26-5.
Richmond's John Newman takes a rebound away from Indiana's Todd
Meier and Uwe Blab during the first half of yesterday's 75-67 Indiana win.
*Wildcats pound BYU
Yes, it is possible to shoot over Houston's star center, Akeem Olajuwon.
Louisiana Tech's Willie Simmons proves it with this hook shot in yesterday's
NCAA Midwest Regional contest which Houston won; 77-69:
MID WEST REGIONAL:
Tigers boil Purdue
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) ,- Third-
ranked Kentucky, taking advantage of
steals and turnovers, rode eight early
points by Sam Bowie to an 11-point lead
as the Wildcats overpowered Brigham
Young 93-68 in the second round of the
NCAA Mideast Regional basketball
The victory enables the Wildcats to
return to their home floor at Rupp
Arena for the regional semifinals next
Thursday night against the winner of
today's game in Milwaukee between
12th-ranked Tulsa and Louisville.
KENTUCKY, 27-4, broke a 4-4 tie with
an 11-0 run that included four points
each by Bowie and Kenny Walker and
three by Jim Master.
"We were in trouble from the get-'
go," BYU coach Ladell Andersen said.
"As powerful as Kentucky is, you can't
get down 10 points early."
The Cougars, 20-11, never were able
to get within seven points the rest of the
way, and the Wildcats turned it into a
rout with runs of 8-0 and 9-0 early in the
second half, the latter creating a 61-35
lead with 12:32 remaining.
"I THINK they really want it, I think
they're really hungry," Coach Joe B.
Hall said of his Wildcats' quest for the
school's sixth national championship.
It was the sixth victory in a row and
the 11th in 12 outings for the Wildcats,
who hope to use their home floor as a
springboard to the ninth Final Four ap-
pearance in the school's rich basketball
history Kentucky has won five national
Walker led the balanced scoring with
19 points, Bowie had 16, Melvin Turpin
15' Master 13 and reserve Winston Ben-
Devin Durrant, the nation's third
leading scorer entering tournament
play, tallied 28 for the Cougars and Jim
Usevitch added 10.
Maryland 102, West Va. 77
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - Ben
Coleman scored 19 points and Herman
Veal and Len Bias 18 added each as
11th-ranked Maryland crushed West
Virginia 102-77 yesterday in the second
round of the NCAA Mideast Regional
Maryland's eighth consecutive vic-
tory came just after third-ranked Ken-
tucky overpowered Brigham Young 93-
68 as both teams advanced to the
regional semifinals on Kentucky's
home floor next Thursday night.
MARYLAND will meet the winner of
today's clash between sixth-ranked
Illinois and Villanova.
Maryland, 24-7, shot a sizzling 70 per-
cent in the first half to build a 55-39
haltime lead and relentlessly added to
the margin in the second half in the first
meeting between the two neighborhing
state universities since 1971.
West Virginia, 20-12, which had upset
No. 17 Oregon State in the first round,
led by four points in the early going, but
the Terps took the lead for good at 12-11
on a basket by Coleman.
Veal and Adrian Branch each had
four points in an 8-0 run that stretched
the advantage to 27-16 just over eight
minutes into the game, and the Moun-
taineers never got closer than eight
points the rest of the way.
Maryland also had an 8-0 run early in
the second half that produced a 63-41
lead and the Terps were in front 85-60
with 6:53 remaining when reserves
began flooding the floor.
UTEP's Paul Cunningham battles for the ball with Richie Adams (31) and
John Flowers of UNLV. Jerry Tarkanian's Rebels won the game 73-60.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) - Keith Lee
hit-with deadly accuracy for 29 points
and dominated the boards in leading
No. 16 Memphis state to a 66-48 rout
over No. 10 Purdue last night in a
second round NCAA Midwest Regional
In the Midwest semifinals next
Friday in St. Louis, the Tigers, 26-6 will
take on No. 5 Houston. It will be the
third straight year Memphis State has
made the final 16.
TO THE DELIGHT of the capacity
crowd of 11,200, the- taller Tigers
dominated the boards and kept the Big
Ten co-champion Boilermakers from
getting the ball inside with a zone
Memphis State, the Metro Conferen-
ce tournament champions, set the tem-
po with a run-and-shoot game and a full
court pressure defense.
Lee, a 6-foot-10 junior who became
the No. 3 scorer in Memphis State
history with his first field goal Satur-
day, made seven of eight tries from the
field and five-of-five from the freethrow
line for 19 points in the first half when
Memphis State led 37-22.,
THE TIGERS OPENED the second
half by scoring three straight field
goals, two by Baskerville Holmes. to
grab their largest margin, 41-22.
Purdue cut its deficit to 53-42 on
Ricky Hall's three-point play with 7:02
remaining. But Boilermaker Coach
Gene Keady drew a technical foul for
disputing a call and Lee made both free
Lee added two more baskets and the
Tigers were one their way again for
their fifth straight victory.
Guard Andre Turner was the only
other Tiger in double figures with 10
Purdue, which finished at 22-7, got 14
points from Jim Rowinski and 12 from
Houston 77, La. Tech 69
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) - Sophomore
guard Alvin Franklin scored 21 points
with ALICE FULTON
and KEITH TAYLOR
Monday, March 19th, 8 p.m.
GUILD HOUSE-802 Monroe
as No. 5 Houston gained the NCAA
Midwest Regional basketball semi-
finals yesterday with a 77-69 victory
over Louisiana Tech.
Houston, winner of 13 of its last 14
games and gunning for its third straight
Final Four appearance, got 16 points
apiece from All-America Akeem
Olajuwon and Michael Young and 14
from freshman Ricky Winslow.
THE COUGARS pulled away after
Louisiana Tech reduced the lead to 54-
50 with 7:32 remaining. Olajuwon then
returned to the game after sitting out
three minutes because of foul trouble
and the Cougars went on an 11-2 spurt.
Winslow hit for seven points, in-
cluding two slam dunks, during the run,
to put Houston ahead 65-52 with 4:24
With over three minutes remaining,
the Southwest Conference champions
grabbed a 14-point advantage and put the
game out of reach, even though
Olajuwon was to foul out with 2:55 left.
KARL MALONE, Tech's 6-9 center,
was contained by Houston's zone defen-
se in the first half, scoring only four
points, but wound up with 18 points.
Rennie Baily also had 18 and Willie
Simmons put in 12.
* Louisiana Tech, which had upset
Fresno State in the first round in its fir-
st NCAA competition ever, had its
eight-game winning streak snapped to
finish at 26-7.
Houston led 34-27 at halftime as
Olajuwon piled up 11 points and 10
rebounds in the first half.
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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - Ed Cat-
chings scored 14 points and Richie
Adams and Danny Tarkanian added 13
each Saturday as 13th-ranked Nevada-
Las Vegas defeated cold-shooting No. 9
Texas-El Paso 73-60 in the second round
of the NCAA West Regionals yesterday.
UNLV, now 29-5, outscored the
Western Athletic Conference Mines 16-6
to forge a 44-32 lead with 13:21 left in the
game. The Runnin' Rebels increased
their lead to as much as 18 points late in
UTEP, 27-4, was led byguard Luster
Goodwin's 16 points and 15 from forward
UTEP SHOT only 30 percent in the
first half, converting only seven of 23
shots, as UNLV displayed an
aggressive man-to-man defense. Still, a
three-point play by Reynolds left the
Miners down only 29-26 at halftime.
But it was the Rebels' show in the
second half to the delight of many of the
8,110 in attendance at the University of
Utah Special Events Center.
Catchings scored UNLV's first four
points of the period as the Rebels even-
tually built the 44-32 advantage on two
free throws by John Flowers.
The Rebels, of the Pacific Coast
Athletic Association, kept up the
pressure thereafter, and the closest
UTEP came was at the 3:45 mark on a
basket by Reynolds that cut it to 62-50.
For the game, UTEP managed just 44
percent from the field, hitting 22 of 50
shots. UNLV scored just one more field
goal, but the Rebels were accurate
from the free throw line, converting 27
Da-ton 89, Oklahoma 85
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (AP) -
Roosevelt Chapman, Dayton's all-time
scoring leader, had a career-high 41
points as the Flyers added Oklahoma to
its list of tournament victims, which
also includes Louisiana State. Chap-
man scored 10 points on free throws in
the final 4:47 as Dayton forged an 11-
point lead and survived an Oklahoma
rally, to win 89-85.
All-American Wayman Tisdale, only a
sophomore, scored 36 points and
becameOklahoma's all-time scoring
leader, surpassing Alvan Adams' 1,707
points from 1972-75.
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