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Page 10 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, December 6, 1988

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Wolverine center Loy Vaught
points to help lead Michigan
percent from the field, is now

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rips down one of his eight rebounds that he combined with 17
to a 98-65 victory over Tampa. Vaught, who is shooting 72
averaging 13.3 points and eight rebounds per game.

While not MSU, Michigan
lambastes Spartans, 98-65

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BY DOUGLAS VOLAN
Michigan head coach Bill Frieder walked into the
press conference after the No. 2-ranked Wolverines' 98-
65 win and proclaimed that he enjoyed playing Tampa.
How could he not?
His team improved its record to 6-0, and had fun
doing it. At times, it looked like more of a highlight
film than a real game.
Glen Rice scored a season-high 29 points, and
grabbed eight rebounds. Point guard Rumeal Robinson
totaled 18 points and eight assists.
Loy Vaught and Sean Higgins chipped in with 17
and 16 points respectively.
BUT Tampa did provide some drama early on,
trailing 27-22 midway through the first half. The
Spartans managed only six more points the rest of the
half, however, as the Wolverines took control.
"They presented some problems to us early,"
Frieder said. "They really made us execute out there."
Indeed, Michigan could manage just a 15-13
halftime rebounding edge over their Division II foes.

"It was a very physical game," Rice said. "They had
a couple of guys.willing to get in there and bang."
Center Michael Stiglich, 6-foot-6, 235-pounds, was
particularly aggressive, hounding the Wolverine front-
line throughout the game.
H IG G IN S said: "(Stiglich) looked like Hulk
Hogan...and he was mean."
But the Wolverines got back on track in the second
half, opening up a 35-point lead when Rice stole an
errant Tampa pass and took it length of the court for a
ferocious slam right over Spartan forward Terry Rupp.
"Once I stole it, I had my mind made up that I was
going to dunk it," said Rice. "That guy (Rupp) was
just in the way."
Michigan outscored Tampa 17 to four to open the
second half, but the Spartans reeled off ten straight
points to keep it close.
In spite of the lopsided score, Spartan forward Bryan
Williams wasn't very impressed with the Wolverines.
"They weren't very disciplined," he said. "I thought
they'd be more competitive than they were."

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WMU
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for loose balls and playing
physical defense complement
Szczechowski's fundamental bas-
ketball skills.
Western plays the same kind of
rugged game that Szczechowski
does. The Broncos strong backcourt
of Marti Davis, RuthAnne Wisniew-
ski, and Jenny Malinowski drive to
the basket without reservation, and
create chances for others as well.
This style of play challenges
Szczechowski and the high-scoring
backcourt partner, Tempie Brown.
"We need to execute offen-
sively," VanDeWege said. "Had we
been able to do that down the stretch
against Central, we could have held
them off."
No one is looking more forward
to tonight than junior Tanya Powell.
An Academic All-Big Ten selection
last year, Powell began the last two
games on the bench, after she was
late for a team meeting. Her return
to the starting lineup should
improve the Wolverines shaky
rebounding.
"Tanya is about as solid an
individual as you can have on a
team," VanDeWege said. "She
should be starting. She is the best
rebounder we have from either
standpoint."

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