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Page 8 -The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, March 23, 1988

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Iowa looks to avenge Arizona
loss in NCAA West rematch

FINAL FOUR COUNTDOWN

1st Round: 2nd Raxxd:
March 17-18 March 19-20
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2nd Pound:
March 19-20
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March 17-18

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - Coach Tom Davis
figures that the Arizona Wildcats, having beaten his
team during the season, have every reason to do it
again.
No. 17 Iowa and second-ranked Arizona meet Friday
in one of two semifinals of the NCAA West Regional
in Seattle - a rematch of a game that Arizona won,
66-59, in Iowa City Dec. 12.
The winner of that rematch will face the winner of
another rematch - Michigan meets North Carolina in
the other West Regional semifinal. Those two teams'
first meeting ever - in the second round of last year's
tournament - resulted in a 109-97 North Carolina
win.
SHOULD MICHIGAN win its matchup with
North Carolina, another rematch will occur, as the
Wolverines played both Arizona and Iowa this season.
Michigan lost to Arizona in Alaska and split with Iowa
during the Big Ten season.
Arizona's win at Iowa City was coach Lute Olsen's
first appearance at Carver-Hawkeye Arena since he left
the job in 1983 to take over the Arizona program,
which has gone from 3-24 before he arrived to 33-2
now.
"The fact they beat us on our homecourt has to give
Arizona a lot of confidence," Davis said Tuesday in a
telephone news conference yesterday from Seattle.

"They beat us on our homecourt, and now they're
meeting us on a neutral court.
"I thought Arizona played with a lot of poise at
Carver-Hawkeye," he said. "They came in and did what
you have to do to win on the road. They showed their
experience even then."
DAVIS SAID his own team is feeling confident,
too, mainly because of the Hawkeyes' 104-86 second-
round regional victory over Nevada-Las Vegas Sunday
night.
UNLV kept Iowa from going to the Final Four last
year, storming back from a 16-point halftime deficit to
sideline the Hawkeyes, 84-81, in the West Regional
finals.
"We were really pleased with the Vegas win," Davis
said. "There's no question it was an important game for
us. They (the Iowa players) have got to be very pleased
with what they've accomplished.
"The thing that I'm most pleased about is that from
the team that was here in Seattle a year ago, we've lost
four of our top eight players. That means some new
people are in here doing this thing. To have them back
(in the Sweet 16) is a real tribute to our ballclub. You
have to give credit to the seniors in particular."
Davis acknowledged his team might have the edge
because the final two rounds of last year's West Re-
gional also were in the Kingdome.

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