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Page 10 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, February 20, 1989

Champs

Continued from Page 1
It was still DeMaat, though, who
turned in the Wolverines' best per-
formance. The junior swimmer set a
Big Ten record time of four minutes
46.13 seconds in the 500-yard
freestyle, a meet record of 2:14 .64
in the 1650 freestyle and a pool
record 4:19.39 in the 400 individual
medley relay.
S"The competition was great and I
was all fired up," she said. "I just
wanted to swim fast and get the team
some points. All I can say is, I'm
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going to swim faster at NCAA's."
Other records were set by Lisa
Anderson (2:01.96) in the 200
backstroke and Ann Colloton
(2:14.96) in the 200 breaststroke.
All told, the Wolverines won 10
of the 21 events and set record times
in seven of them. But beyond the
numbers was the competitive spirit
of the swimmers. Stefanie Liebner,
who Richardson described "a fighter,
as tough as they come", contracted a
virus on Friday but still finished 3rd
in the 100 backstroke and 4th in the
500 freestyle.
And then there's senior Margaret
Huson who never scored in a Big
Ten meet and had never swam under
58 seconds in the 100 butterfly.
Huson came in 16th in the event and
"willed herself", according to Rich-
ardson, to a time of 57.98.
The coach felt it was this type of
determination that ultimately led to
the Wolverine victory.
"If I had to put my finger on
anything, I'd just put it on the
character of this team and their will
to win. They decided they were
going to do it and they went out and
did it," he said.

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Indiana. Vaught play couldn't

ROBIN LOZNAK/Dally
of his 10 rebounds against
prevent Michigan's 76-75 loss.

Controversial callw
beats Blue atbze
It was the shot heard around Bloomington...and Ann Arbor and in the Big
Ten conference standings.
Jay Edwards' controversial three point shot from the top of the key as
time expired gave Indiana a 76-75 victory over Michigan, and basically
assured the Hoosiers of this season's Big Ten championship.
What made the situation dis-putable was the fact that two of the three
officials waved off the basket, saying that it was released after the buzzet,
while crew chief Gary Muncy counted it in front of a capacity crowd Of
17,311 in Assembly Hall.
"(Official Phil) Bova started to wave it off but Muncy, with a grin on his
face, called it good. I'm glad you saw it," said Michigan coach Bill Frieder
in reference to the conflict between the referees.
As the Michigan fans, players,
and coaching staff insist that
Edwards' shot should have been
nullified, they are backed up by
modern technology. Initial ABC
television replays show the clock
had run out before Edwards had
released the shot and WJR radio
recorded the buzzer sounding prior to
the three-point attempt.
"I thought it was a hell of a i
shot," said Indianascoache Bobby
Knight, "It all depends on which
team is taking that final shot. If
you're shooting, you think it's
good, if they're shooting, they think
it's good."
Hoosier guard Lyndon Jones, who
passed the ball to Edwards, was a
little stronger in his conviction Edwards
about whether or not the shot should last second shooter
have counted.
"I threw it to Jay with two seconds left and he shot it with one second to
go. It was definitely good," Jones said. "I wasn't aware of how much time
was left, but when I passed it to Jay, I looked at the clock."
Ironically, Muncy and Michigan had faced this situation before. Iii
Wisconsin, earlier this season, Muncy checked a television monitor before
adding one more second on the game clock. In that close game, Muncy
changed the clock from :03 to :04. But this was not to be the casd,
yesterday.
"The buzzer went off before the shot," Michigan guard Rumeal Robinson
said. "I think the referees let the crowd intimidate them."
Michigan's Sean Higgins added to Robinson's statement: "I feel we won
the ballgame."
The victory gives the Hoosiers a four game lead in the conference with
only six games remaining. And Hoosier fans all throughout the state, in
such cities as Valparaiso, Gas City, Indianapolis, Blooming-ton andI
Muncie, will be celebrating.
Muncy?

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Continued from Page 1
shooting, missed a layup with 8
seconds left that would have given
Michigan a 77-73 lead.
Eric Anderson grabbed the
rebound, taking several seconds
before giving the ball up to Lyndon
Jones. Jones dribbled around and
found Edwards for the winning shot.
Referees Phil Bova and Ted
Valentine each began to wave the
basket off, saying had expired before
the shot, but were overruled by Gary
Muncy, who called the basket good.
"We did everything we had to do.
We got the ball to our All-American
in the block, but he just couldn't do
it," a disappointed Bill Frieder said
about Rice's miss.
While Frieder wouldn't comment
on whether Edwards' shot was good,
several players had definite opinions.
"I got my hand up," said Higgins,
who was the closest Wolverine to
Edwards. "It seemed like he took the
shot after the horn went off."
Rumeal Robinson, who tied his
season-high with 24 points agreed.
"THE BUZZER wenthoff
before the shot. They should have

gone to the (scorers) table and
checked the replay," he said.
Indiana (21-5, 11-1) coach Bob
Knight couldn't have choreographed
the victory any better, even though
he wasn't expecting to win in
regulation.
"The thing we wanted to do was
put the game in a position where we
had a chance to win it," Knight said.
"If I could have controlled it, what I
prefer we do is take it to overtime,
but they had other ideas."
Robinson's 24 points included
three of Michigan's four three-
pointers. Other key contributions
came from Loy Vaught, (10 points,
10 rebounds) and Terry Mills (12
points). Mills did not shoot a free-
throw the entire game, and the
Wolverines were outscored from the
charity stripe, 15-9.
EDWARDS scored 19 of his 23
points in the second half, while
backcourt mate Jones paced the
Hoosiers in the first half, scoring 12
of his 15 points.
Michigan, which has lost guard
Kirk Taylor for the season, had
trouble matching up against the
sma'ter Indiana squad, with
Demiriusb Calip and Rob Pelinka
coming in off the bench.

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