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LEAGUE
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conference sags
behind Iowa,
Ohio State
Continued from Page 7
score points. Four of the Illini's new
arrivals are over 6-foot;
"We feel the key to our success is
people keeping healthy and getting a
tremendous contribution from the
young players," said coach Laura
Golden
Minnesota has three outstanding
players to lead its team, unfortu-
nately they don't have much else.
Lea Blackwell lacks the speed
needed to outplay people, but the

preseason second team All-Big Ten
choice makes up for her lack of
footwork by making smart decisions.
Cindy Bradley is another guard
who can help the Gophers, and
sophomore Ellen Bradley will lead
future Minnesota teams.
"We are looking to finish seventh
or eighth," said coach LaRue Fields.
"We want to move up, but we want
to make sure our foundation is a
solid one."
New Indiana coach Jim Izard has
never had a losing season in seven
seasons of coaching. Expect this to
be his first, as he inherits a team
ravaged by graduation. The new
coach will have to teach his system
and find the best players to run his
game plan.
Izard may eventually rely on
guards Pam Fritz and Anne Mooney,
but right now he doesn't know.

"We haven't decided who our
passers and shooters are yet," said
Izard. "We hope we can solve things
before the end of the season. I'd like
to establish who our top eight
players are by the first of the year."
"This is a young and upcoming
squad," said Wisconsin coach Mary
Murphy. She isn't kidding, ten of the
12 players on her team are in their
first or second year.
"The returning players are looking
forward to this year" said Murphy.
"It's a new team and people are
trying to build on what we have."
What Murphy does have is 1987-
88 Newcomer-of-the-Year Kay
Fredrickson. This 5-10 Guard/
Forward will take on a leadership role
for the Badgers. As for this years'
newcomers, Amy Bauer will
contribute from the point guard.

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1988
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