vs. Bowling Green
Track and Tennis Building
vs. Western Michigan (DH)
Tomorrow, 2 p.m.
Ray Fisher Stadium
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The Michigan Daily
Monday, March 28, 1988
Continued from Page 1
a combined 37-point, 15-rebound ef-
fort. The twosome controlled the
boards late in the contest and scored
North Carolina's final eight points.
"We really wanted to play a phys-
ical game," Williams said. "And we
wanted to use our quickness, running
them up and down the court. I think
we did a good job of that."
At the outset of the second half,
the Tarheels' bench gave them the
lift that they needed. First-year for-
ward Rick Fox and senior guard
Ranzino Smith sparked an 11-4 run
that give North Carolina the lead for
good with 15:50 left.
"I thought we did a better job in
the second half offensively," Dean
Smith said. "I thought the second
half we moved without the ball, we
were very patient, and Rick Fox and
Ranzino Smith came off the bench to
give us a lift from a scoring stand-
Conversely, the Wolverines' weak
bench forced Frieder to rely almost
exclusively on his starting five. The
eighth-year coach has encountered
this problem ever since Sean Higgins
was declared academically ineligible
at the start of the Big Ten season.
Michigan's reserves could muster
just one point, a free throw by Mark
Hughes in the first half, compared to
the Tarheels' 19 bench points.
With virtually no bench, the
Wolverines' fate rested in the hands
of their starters. But Gary Grant,
playing in his final game in a
Michigan uniform, scored just seven
points on three-of-10 shooting. Loy
Vaught tallied only two points.
"Right off the bat, my game
wasn't on," said Grant, who had
struggled since the winding down of
the Big Ten season. "I knew it, but I
tried to still play in the flow of the
"I feel bad for my team. I wanted
to go farther."
Unlike his backcourt counterpart,
Rumeal Robinson played brilliantly.
The 6-2 sophomore scored a career-
high 29 points on 10-of-14 shooting,
drawing several ooh's and ah's from
the crowd of 23,229.
Robinson, who was named to the
West Regional All-Tournament
Team, gave Michigan fans reason not
to pull the plug on the Wolverines,
io continued to fall short in tour-
nament play despite an abundance of
"Hopefully now the young guys
will have the incentive to work hard
and even accomplish more things up
the line," Frieder said.
By PETE STEINERT
Special to the Daily
SEATTLE - Arizona clinched
the last Final Four spot yesterday
with its fourth straight blowout win
of the NCAA tournament, defeating
North Carolina 70-52, at the Seattle
"We did better than anyone else
(in the tournament)," Tar Heel coach
Dean Smith said. "They only beat us
Forward Sean Elliott and center
om Tolbert paced the Wildcats (35-
:with 24 and 21 points
respectively. Point guard Steve Kerr
played almost flawlessly, scoring 14
points and turning the ball over just
once in 39 minutes of playing time.
Elliott, Tolbert, and Kerr were all
named to the West Regional All-
After a nip-and-tuck opening 20
minutes that saw North Carolina
(27-7) take a 28-26 halftime lead,
Arizona broke the contest wide open
midway though the second half.
Elliott and Tolbert supplied 32 of
the Wildcats' 44 second-half points.
From the 13:37 mark on Arizona
outscored North Carolina, 27-8.
"I thought it was a real tough,
aggressive, defensive basketball
game," Arizona coach Lute Olson
aid "ThA first half Nnrth 'arolina
Continued from Page 1
Helwig said the Longhorns are
"looking for an experienced coach to
take our team to the next level over
an extended period of time."
The Longhorns are committed to
paying the new basketball coach less
than the $100,000 base salary
currently received by Texas football
coach David McWilliams. Michigan
currently pays Frieder $89,000 per
A source in the Texas athletic de-
partment who requested anonymity
said the finalists included Frieder,
Purdue coach Gene Keady, New
Mexico coach Gary Colson, and
Kansas State coach Lon Kruger.
Helwig said the Longhorns expect
to name a new coach as soon after
the NCAA Final Four, as possible.
Texas is not faced with'the task
of rebuilding its team, as most of
the players are returning from this
year's squad, which posted a 16-13
record. Also, the Longhorns should
be further bolstered with the play of
four redshirts and the signing of the
state's top high school player.
As a result, the team does not
find itself in a recruiting bind by not
immediately naming a new coach.
The team only has one or two avail-
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Frieder just finished his eighth
season as the Wolverines' coach, and
ranks second in career victories be-
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