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by Phil Green
Daily Basketball Writer
Experience and depth.
These are two necessary ingredients for success in
any sport, and this season these words typify the
Michigan women's basketball team.
Pre-season all Big-Ten selection Tempie Brown,
the Wolverines' leading scorer last season (13.0 points
per game average), heads a cast that returns all but one
player from last year's 11-17 (5-13 Big Ten, 8th place
tie) squad, including all five starters.
"The biggest thrill I've had out of pre-season
practice is the play of our seniors. They've played
really well, and anyone around teams knows that a
strong senior class is vitally important to what you
do," said coach Bud VanDeWege.
"You have Val Hall, (co-captain) Tanya Powell,
Leslie Spicer, and Tempie Brown and they're all
having exceptional falls," VanDeWege added. "We're
also getting a nice job from our junior co-captain
Carol Szczechowski. So the veterans are really going
to be some key people."
A strong first-year class of six new players adds
solid support to the powerful veteran nucleus. Accord-

ing to VanDeWege: "At this stage, three of them
appear to be main contributors: Trish Andrew, Stacie
McCall, and Nikki Beaudry. And they will all play."
The returning veterans combined with the influx of
young talent bring this year's squad unprecedented
depth. "If we had to play a game today I feel like we
could legitimately play 10 people, possibly even 11
and be very competitive. That has not been the case in
the past where your concerns are whether you can play
7 or 8," VanDeWege explains. "The depth is the
biggest aspect that makes us better."
According to VanDeWege, the Wolverines will
attempt to play all 94 feet of the court, which makes
endurance a key factor. The team's newly found depth
will make this new, up-tempo style of play much
more effective because the added bench strength will
keep players fresh. This will allow Michigan to keep
up its intensity while other teams with less depth tire
out in a game's final moments.
The Wolverines size represents another major asset.
"We have four players on the roster that are 6'2" or
better," VanDeWege said. "We start 6'3" (Val Hall),
6'2" (Joan Rieger) in a twin post alignment, and come
off the bench with 6'2", 6'0", and another 6'3"
player." See Women, Page 14

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