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page 8 -The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, March 20, 1985


Frieder credited
with AP honors
SCHAUMBURG, Ill. (AP)-Bill Frieder, who led
Michigan to a 26-4 record, a No. 2 national ranking and
their first Big Ten championship since 1977, yesterday
was named the Big Ten's men's coach of the year.
Frieder is the fifth different coach in as many years to
receive the honor, the conference said. Votes are cast by
sports writers and conference officials.
FRIEDER RECEIVED 176 first-place, 16 second-place
and 19 third-place votes for a total of 579 points.
Purdue coach Gene Keady, last year's coach of the
year, finished second in the balloting with 185 points. Ohio
State coach Eldon Miller was third with 122 points,
followed by Iowa coach George Raveling with 114 and
Michigan State coach Jud Heathcote with 104.
Frieder, a one-time assistant to former Michigan coach
Johnny Orr, directed the Wolverines to a school-record 15
straight conference wins after they lost two of their first
three league games.
Michigan's 16-2 league record this year was the best Big
Ten mark since the Wolverines finished with the same
record under Orr in 1977.
The Wolverines made their first NCAA Tournament ap-
pearance since 1977 and were the top-seeded team in the
Southeast region. Michigan was beaten by Villanova 59-55
in second-round action Sunday.
Two weeks ago, Frieder was named coach of the year
by fellow Big Ten coaches.


Hoosiers cruise,


Indiana's 7-foot-2 center, scored 17
points last night as the Hoosiers, taking
control with 12-3 spurts early in each
half, rolled to a 75-53 victory over
Richmond in the second round of the
National Invitation Tournament.
Steve Alford added 14 points and Dan
Dakich and Stew Robinson finished wih
12 apiece for the balanced Hoosier at-
THE SMALLER Spiders trailed by
nine points at halftime and closed
within seven before Indiana's second-
half streak put the game out of reach.
Freshmen forwards Steve Eyl and
Kreigh Smith each had four points
during the spurt, and Indiana built the
lead to 16 points, 48-32, with under 13
minutes to go.
Two baskets apiece by forwards John
Newman and John Davis helped Rich-
mond to within 11 points, but another
seven-point streak by Indiana put the
lead at 18 and the Hoosiers coasted the
final five minutes.
.Indiana's biggest lead was at 24
points with the Hoosier reserves on the

floor in the closing seconds.
The victory lifted Indiana to 17-13
going into the third round of the NIT on
Saturday. Richmond ended its season
at 21-11.
Virginia 68, St. Josephs 61
Jim Miller, Tim Mullen and Olden
Plynice led a second-half Virginia
surge as the Cavaliers defeated St.
Joseph's 68-61 in the second round of the
National Invitation Tournament last
Virginia, 17-15, advanced to Satur-
day's third round. The pairings and
sites for those games willnot be deter-
mined until after Wednesday's final
three second-round games.

Polynice led the Cavaliers with 15
points while Miller added 14 and Mullen
12. That trio accounted for 29 of the
Cavaliers' 34 points in the second half.
St. Joseph's, which ended 19-12, got a
game-high 21 points from Bob Lojewski
although the Hawks' senior forward
was held scoreless over the last six
minutes of the game. Maurice Martin
contributed 15 points for St. Joseph's.
Virginia, extending its home win
streak against non-Atlantic Coast Con-
ference teams to 43, trailed by three, 39-
36, with just under 16 minutes to play.
But the Cavaliers, who won the NIT in
1980, outscored the Hawks 10-2 over the
next three minutes to take a 5-point
lead, 46-41, with 12:34 remaining.
Polynice hit a turnaround jumper to
pull Virginia within one and following
the second technical foul of the half on
St. Joseph's Coach Jim Boyle, Mullen
hit a pair of free throws to put Virginia
on top 40-39.
Baskets by Miller and Mullen san-
dwiched around a Lojewski score
followed by another Polynice basket
gave Virginia a 46-41 lead.
St Joseph's rpulled within one, 48-47,,
when Dave Slattery hit a baseline jum-
per with 10:48 left, but baskets by
Mullen and Miller and a pair of free
throws by Polynice boosted Virginia to
a 7-point advantage, 54-47, with 8:29 to
A geoff Arnold jumper at 1:27 closed
St. Joseph's deficit to two points, 63-61,
but Darrick Simms and Polynice each
converted both ends of one-and-one op-
portunities to put the game out of reach.

...honored again

Carneseeca is UPI's top


NEW YORK (UPI) - Lou Carnesecca, whose
wildly striped lucky sweater was no less striking than
his St. John's team this year, yesterday was named
College'basketball's Coach of the Year by United Press
International for the 1984-85 season.
The Redmen, with their 'strongest squad in the
school's history, enjoyed a five-week stretch as the
nation's top team following a victory over No. 1
Georgetown. They ended the regular season with a
No. 3 ranking.
St: John's won its first two games of the NCAA
Tournament to improve its record to 29-3. Led by
Chris Mullin and Waler Berry, the Redmen meet
Kentucky Thursday night on the West Regional.
In a nationwide balloting of 1401 sports writers and
broadcasters, Carnesecca was a runaway winner,
receiving 63 votes. Bill Frieder of Michigan was
second with 24 votes and- Bobby Cremins of Georgia
Tech was third we 12.
"It's like a father with four or five kids," Carnesec-
ca, in his 17th year coaching St. John's said of this
season. "With the last child you take more time.
You're more mature. You enjoy it more."
On court, Carnesecca is unmistakable - waving
his arms, running the sidelines, wheezing at referees.
But he has always been gracious in defeat and has
kept the games in perspective, refusing to let a win or
loss interfere with a post-game meal of linguini and a
glass of wine.
A little too pepp y
NEW YORK (UPI) - Former New York Yankees

first baseman Joe Pepitone, who once described him -
self as "a little cocky, but a lot of color," was charged
yesterday with cocaine, heroin and gun possession.
Pepitone, 44, was arrested with two friends at 10:30
p.m. Monday after their car ran a red light in the
Browsville section of Brookly, police said.
When plainclothesmen pulled the 1982 Buick
Riviera over, they found a fully loaded, five-shot .22-
caliber pistol, cocaine and heroin worth $70,000, some
pills, $7,000 in cash, drug paraphernalia, lists of
names and phone numbers, and a Hudson County,
N.J., honorary deputy sheriff's badge with Pepitone's
name on it.
Also nabbed in the bust were Thomas Carbone, 51,
of East New York, and-Robert Oates, 46, of Brooklyn.
Crbone owned the car and Oates was driving, police
said. Pepitone also lives in Brooklyn.
Cleveland I16, Philadelphia 89
RICHFIELD, Ohio (AP) - Roy Hinson scored 21
points and Ben Poquette added 19 as the Cleveland
Cavaliers took advantage of the absence of center
Moses Malone to hand the Philadelphia 76ers their
worst National Basketball Association loss of the
season, 116-89 last night.
Hinson and Poquette scored manyof their points on
dunks, layups and tips over th'e smaller Philadelphia
WITH THE 6-foot-10 Malone missing his second
game because of a sprained ankle, the 76ers used 6-8
Sam Williams and 6,9 Bobby Jones in the middle for
much of the game.

Poquette scored eight points in the first quarter and
15 in the first half as Cleveland moved to a 52-45 half-
time lead.
Julius Erving and Charles Barkley kept the 76ers
close in the first half with 10 points each.
But Hinson scored 10 of his points in the third period
as Cleveland widened its margin to 78-66.
Philadelphia Coach Billy Cunningham sat his star-
ters down midway through the fourth period, with
the Cavaliers building leads as big as 32 points.
The victory was Cleveland's third straight over
Philadelphia, a feat the Cavaliers had not accom-
plished since the 1974-75 season.
Washington 4, New Jersey 1
LANDOVER, Md. AP) - Bob Carpenter, Mike
Gartner and Larry Murphy each had a goal and an
assist as the Washington Capitals defeated the New
Jersey Devils 4-1 in a National Hockey League game
last night.
The Devils, 20-42-9, have lost five straight. New
Jersey has not beaten Washington in their 11
meetings at the Capital Centre.
Washington, 41-20-9, took advantage of penalties to
score its four goals. Three came on the power-play,
and the other was scored after referee Kerry Fraser
had signaled a penalty but before the Devils could get
position and force a whistle. The Devils' goal, scored
by Paul Gagne at 6:14 of the third period, came just
two seconds after the expiration of a Washington

.leads the rout

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Special to the Daily'
EDINBURG, Texas - Jeff Minick
slapped a wind-blown, bases loaded
triple to break an eighth-inning tie and
lead Michigan to a 7-6 victory over
Miami of Ohio yesterday.
Canadian Olympian Mike Carnegie
carried a 3-hitter into the eighth for the
Redskins, but then the roof caved in.
Mike Watters walked, and after Chris
Gust sacrificed him Ito second, Barry
Larkin reached on an error, moving to
second on the throw to third. Ken
Hayward was intentionally walked, and
Casey Close broke the tie with a single
to left that scored Watters.
LARKIN THEN scored Michigan's
second run when Hal Morris walked,
and after a C.J. Beshke ground ball for-
ced Hayward at the plate, Minick
drilled his base-clearing triple to center
to give Michigan a 7-2 lead.
Miami made it interesting in the bot-

tom of the eighth when Dave Bodnar,
Jim Lasher and Mark Manering all
singled off Michigan starter Scott
Kamieniecki with no outs. Haywardt
then switched from DH to pitcher and
promptly served up a grand slam to
Ken Rieman. Hayward, Michigan's top
reliever a year ago, settled down and
retired the side on three straight
ground outs to record his first save of
the year.
The win was Michigan's fourth
straight against no losses on their
spring trip as well as Kamieniecki's
second. Minick who had also driven in
*Iichigan's first two runs, finished the
game with five RBI's.
In Monday's late game, freshman
Mike Ignasiak threw a 3-hit shutout to.
lead Michigan to a 2-0 win over Pan
American. Casey Close's solo home run
second inning proved to be the winning
run and RBI for the Wolverines.


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Daily Photo by BRAD MILLS
Safety dance?
Not quite - maybe more of a linebacker dance. Wolverine defensive
lineman Mark Messner (60) and linebacker Mike Reinhold (45) boogie
through the cones during their first day of spring workouts.
Tigers tamed14=3

KISSIMMEE, Fla. (AP)-Phil Gar-
ner collected three hits and batted in
four runs as the Houston Astros clubbed
Detroit pitchers with a 21-hit attack en
route to a 14-3 exhibition baseball vic-
tory over the Tigers yesterday.
Craig Reynolds and Terry Puhl each
had three hits and drove in two runs
Bill Doran, Jose Cruz and Alan Ashby

added two hits each to Houston's offen-
Chet Lemon had a solo home run in
the second inning for Detroit.
Houston's big inning was the five-run
second inning, highlighted by Puhl's
two-run triple.
Juan Berenguer, 0-1, was the loser
and Mike Scott, 1-1, got the victory.

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