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Men's Basketball
vs. Wisconsin.
Wednesday, 8:00 p.m.
Crisler Arena

SPORTS

Men's Volleyball
vs. Grand Valley
Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.
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The Michigan Daily Monday, February 16,1987 Page
Hot Michigan icers melt Alaska

By DARREN JASEY
Joe Lockwood took 26 games to
spore his first six points this
season, and 31 games to score his
fifth goal. The junior right wing
equalled both those marks in two
games last weekend, leading
Michigan to a -8-2, 7-3 sweep of
Alaska-Fairbanks at Yost Ice Arena.
With a five-game unbeaten
streak and a 6-2-1 record in their
last nine games, the Wolverines
also have turned what started out as
i bad season into a good season.
After a 4-14 start, Michigan now
stands 14-21-1 overall, 11-18-1 in
the Central Collegiate Hockey

Association.
Michigan head coach Red
Berenson was happy to see his
Wolverines continue to play with
confidence, but noted that they
played down to the level of their
non-league opponents.
"We'll have to play better
against Bowling Green next week,"
said Berenson. "The important
thing this weekend is that we kept
moving and didn't have any
reversals.
"Our goals against (average)
wasn't bad, but we made some bad
defensive plays that other teams
would have capitalized on."

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ALASKA-Fairbanks (16-16-1)
had to play well just to compete
with the Wolverines. Even after the
Nanooks grabbed early 1-0 leads in
both games, Michigan was never
out of control.
"That's the best sixth-place team
I've ever seen," said Alaska-
Fairbanks head coach Ric Schafer.
"I look forward to seeing them do
well in the (CCHA) playoffs."
In the 8-2 victory Friday night,
Alaska-Fairbanks could not handle
the speed of seniors Brad Jones and
Bruce Macnab. The duo teamed up
on four of Michigan's goals -
Jones scoring three and assisting on
one and Macnab scoring one and
assisting on three. It was Jones'
third hat trick in as many games.
"Brad (Jones) right now has got
the golden touch," Macnab said. "I
just get the puck to him. (We're)
seniors and we've been here all
along and I think we're putting a
little extra into it."
"Our whole line - me, (John)
Bjorkman, and Macnab - has been
working real well," Jones said. "It's
just something that clicks. Our
speed contributes to a lot out there
creating openings."
THE NEXT night - at 7:58
of the second period - Jones used
his quickness to put the crowd of
4,022 on its feet. Jones took a pass
at center ice from none other than
Macnab, split two defenders and
weaved around a third before rifling
the puck past Nanook goaltender
Mike Carr.
The goal, which left Jones with
five points in they series, put the
Wolverines ahead of Alaska-
Fairbanks, 3-2. But Jones was
unable to overshadow the amazing
play of Lockwood.
Lockwood suddenly became a
scoring machine. His six-point,
five-goal performance left him with
a career-high season of 11 goals and
16 points.
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Lockwood gave most of the
credit for his recent success to his
linemates.
"It's not just me, he said. "Our
line is doing it. A couple of my
goals tonight were the result of hard
work by Pud (Ryan Pardoski) and
Brownie (Rob Brown). We've really
meshed as a line and our hard work
has created some offense."
"Joey caught on fire," Brown
said. "He's got his touch and Ryan
(Pardoski) and I have just been
feeding him the puck and he's been
putting it in. A lot of times before
he'd maybe lose it or miss the net
- now he's putting it home."
LOCKWOOD scored a goal in
every period of the series except the
first period of the first game. In that
period, however, his heavy
forechecking deep in the Nanooks'
zone led to a shorthanded goal by
Brown, which gave Michigan a 2-1
lead.
In the first period Saturday night
Lockwood started off his hat trick
with a shorthanded goal of his own.
That goal, like Brown's, gave
Michigan a 2-1 lead, and tied
Lockwood with Brown for the team
lead with three shorthanded goals.
The non-league series also gave
Berenson the luxury of using four
goaltenders. Glen Neary came back
from exile to make 15 saves and
allow two goals in over 47 minutes
of action, and Tim Makris saved 25
and allowed two goals in two
periods of action.

Daily Photo by JOHN MUNSON
Michigan's Tanya Powell shoots over Spartan Cynthia Lyons for the first
basket of Saturday's Michigan victory. Powell finished with seven points
ai d four rebounds.

FELDMAN SPARKS BLUE IN FINAL MINUTES:

BCagerg
By SHELLY HASELHUHN
The caller to the press row of
Crisler Arena exclaimed, "What?
They beat State?!" He would have
been surprised to see the women's
basketball team play with
consistency last Friday night to
beat Michigan State, 74-69.
"It's a game where everyone
contributed and gave their all," said
Michigan head coach Bud Van De
Wege.
The last three minutes of the
game belonged to Wolverine for-
ward Lorea Feldman. With
Michigan leading by only two
points, the junior picked up a
rebound from Spartan Letitia

pocket
Plummer's free throw.
FELDMAN, who had sat on
the bench most of the game because
of early foul trouble, drilled into
Michigan territory and swished
three perimeter jump shots and a
one-and-one for eight points.
"I felt really good coming off the
bench," said Feldman, who con-
tributed 18 points in only 20
minutes of play. "Everyone
probably thought I was really cold,
but I was so into the game, it felt
like I was actually in there."
Freshman Leslie Spicer also had
a hot night. With 54 seconds left in
the first half, Spicer stole a Spartan
ball to make a coast-to-coast layup

Green

and give the Wolverines a nine-
point halftime lead, their biggest;
since December. She had game- and,
career-high six steals and 22 points.,
"(Earlier in the season) I had lost.
confidence in my shot because I
would shoot and miss, so I just.
stopped shooting," said the Albion
native. "And now I've gotten to
where it's consistent and I'm-
shooting whenever I'm open and;
when it falls, I just feel great and
confident."
"I told (Spicer) when we went in-
the locker room that it was really
her that kept us in the game while I:
was sitting on the bench," said:
Feldman.

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After the Spartans took their
first lead of the game on Kris
Emerson's freethrow, Van De Wege
had seen enough. He got in the
referee's face for what he later called
a bad call, buying himself a
technical foul.
"That guy (the referee) was
killing us," said Van De Wege,
explaining that he intentionally
drew the technical. "The foul that
was just called gave them the ball,
so my technical would not lose
posession of the ball. So I said to'
myself, 'Now's the time."'
The team responded starting with
Spicer's buzzer basket and two free
throws to tie the score at 59'
Michigan went up 61-60 with 5:23
left and never looked back.

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