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Gymnastics
vs. WMU, Illinois-Chicago
Sunday, 2:00 p.m.
Crisler Arena

SPORTS

Men's Volleyball
vs. Bowling Green
Tonight, 7:30
CCRB

The Michigan Daily

Friday, March 11, 1988

Page 9

Buckeyes
Gary to Grant
Crisler crowed
final appearance
Continued from Page 1
committee think twice before
passing up the Buckeyes. The bids
come out on Sunday at 5:30 p.m.
If the selection committee extends
a bid to Ohio State, it will probably
mean that six teams from the Big
Tpen will make the tournament.
Conference-champion Purdue has the
automatic bid locked up and
Michigan, Iowa, Illinois and Indiana
are expected to make it as well.
Michigan coach Bill Frieder
believes that his team is all that
stands between the Buckeyes and a
tournament bid. "With a victory

they're looking at an NCAA
tournament berth, so they are going
to come in here ready to go," he
said.
HE KNOWS his struggling
squad is facing a team in a do-or-die
situation, yet Frieder is holding a
calm party line. "Its important for us
not to panic," he said of Michigan's
recent shortcomings. "It's no
disgrace losing to Illinois, Purdue,
and Iowa. There aren't many teams
that are going to win against those
guys,"
But the main concern for Frieder
has to be the health of Grant, a
senior who will be making his
farewell performance tomorrow.
Against Illinois, he scored a mere
eight points and complained of
immobility due to his injuries.
"He's not 100 percent. He just
wasn't himself the other night. But
my trainers tell me that its
improving and he's headed in the
right direction," said Frieder.
A win on Saturday would also
give the Buckeyes a season sweep
over Michigan. The first game, at
Columbus, is one the Wolverines
will not soon forget.
Michigan was 14-1 and riding the
crest of a 13-game win streak at the
time. But a Grady Mateen dunk in
the final seven seconds gave Ohio
State a 70-68 victory. Guard Jay
Burson led the Buckeyes with 18
points that night.
Burson leads coach Gary
William's offense with skills that
contradict his youthful appearance.
Despite looking like he belongs in a
YMCA pick-up league, the 158-
pound junior is averaging a team-
high 18.8 points per game.

Gymnastic teams
try to take tni-meet
By STEVEN GJINNS
Whoever said winning isn't every thing, it's the only thing, may
have been wrong. Michigan's women's gymnastic team disproves this
theory.
Despite a 3-9 record and a five-match losing streak, the Wolverines
are ranked 16th in the country and have a good chance to qualify for re-
gionals, for the first time since 1982.
Michigan will attempt to improve its chances for the regionals,
Sunday, 2 p.m. at Crisler Arena, in a tni-meet against Western Michi-
gan and Illinois-Chicago.
"I don't think about (losing), " said head coach Dana Kempthorn.
"We're not that caliber yet to beat the top schools, but we've come aw-
ful close."
Competing against the top teams in the country has worked to the.
Wolverines' advantage by helping them improve their average team
score.
Last year they averaged 177 points per meet, this year they have in-
creased their average to over 180. As a result, they occupy the seventh
and final qualifying position for regionals.
Sunday's match will play a large role in determining the chances for
post season play. "This weekend can make us or break us," said
Kempthorn. "We have to get a 182 or 183 to make regionals."
The men's team (0-9), on the other hand, will be struggling for its
first victory. Sunday in the t-i meet against Western Michigan and Illi-
nois-Chicago.
This has been a disappointing year for the Wolverines, one marred
by injuries and inconsistent performances.

Burson
. ,. averaging 18.8 ppg

Doily Pt'foTby ELLEN4 LEVY
Michigan guard Rumeal Robinson soars in for a dunk during a recent
game against Northwestern. Michigan plays its final home game
tomorrow against Ohio State.

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