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Women end road woes
with senior leadershi
by John Niyo
Daily Basketball Writer
This weekend the women's basketball team returned home a winner from
Champaign, Illinois. Forget that they lost by 25 points to Purdue on Friday
night in West Lafayette. When Bud VanDeWege and his troops marched up
the runway out of Assembly Hall to the team bus they were smiling from
ear to ear. And they had good reason to smile.
You see, Big Ten road wins and the Michigan Wolverines aren't usually
* mentioned in the same breath. Except for when opposing coaches say,
"Excellent. We have Michigan coming in this weekend. If we could only
follow that victory up with some road wins we'd be doing great."
Michigan's 5-13 conference record last year did not include a single win
on the road. In fact, one has to go all the way back to a 86-77 victory over
Minnesota on March 6, 1988, to find the last time the Wolverines returned
from a road trip victorious. A pair of sophomores provided the spark that
day with forward Leslie Spicer tossing in 21 points and another forward
Tanya Powell scoring 12 points and grabbing 10 rebounds.
Ironically, it was those two, now veteran seniors, that were on hand at
the press conference after the Illinois game. The two took control of the
game early on and then refused to let it slip away like it did in the last road
contest, a 60-58 loss at Indiana.
VanDeWege has long considered Powell his "star" and his leader. She and
junior Carol Szczechowski are the team co-captains. Yesterday, she proved
Powell set the tone in the first half, doing a little bit of everything.
There were many occasions when she brought the ball up court, passed off
to one of the guards and then posted up inside. She was a force in the paint
tallying 21 points, most of them coming on moves in the lane and driving
Powell also took care of the rebounding chores. When center Val Hall,
another senior who has been playing well lately, was forced to sit on the
bench after picking up two quick fouls, Tanya filled the void with a game-
high 11 rebounds.
Spicer has established herself as the sparkplug for the Wolverines.
Usually the first one off the bench, she provides a fine shooting touch and
great defense. Michigan has won two of its last three, largely due to her
play. In a big home upset of Michigan State she had 11 points and seven
rebounds. Against the Illini she finished with a season-high 15 points.
Tuesday, February 6, 1990
league tri- meet
by Sarah Osburn
Daily Sports Writer
Mick Jagger isn't the only one
with mixed emotions.
The women's gymnastics team
notched its first Big Ten victory over
Iowa Friday night, but suffered its
first Big Ten defeat to Michigan
State in the same meet.
The Spartans, who defeated
Michigan, 181.95-179.1, took a lead
of almost two points after two
events and held on for the victory.
Iowa finished third with a score of
Michigan State coach Jill Hough
states that there was a definite
determining factor in the meet.
"Beam is very strong for Michigan
State. We've hit six for six the last
three meets so we are very confident
on beam," Hough said.
The Wolverines didn't fare quite
as well on the balance beam where
they scored a mere 44.45 points and
had only two scores above a nine,
much lower than their season
The Wolverines best performance
came on the floor exercise. Floor
was their last event and they were
already trailing by over two points,
an amount almost impossible to
make up on one event.
However, the gymnasts did not
let this effect their routines,
recording scores of over 9.0 from all
six competitors. Laura Lundbeck had
the highest floor score in the meet
with a 9.4, and Tina Blair had the
third highest with a 9.2.
Hough was impressed with the
Wolverines performance on floor. "I
thought the (floor routines) were
very dynamic. I thought they were
very well presented and they looked
Michigan also scored five 9.Os
out of six on the vault. Wolverine
gymnast Diane Armanto scored a
meet-high 9.35 and Laura Lundbeck
had the second highest score on the
team with a 9.1.
Irish deviate from the CFA
NEW YORK (AP) - Notre
Dame bucked the College Football
Association and became the first
college to sell its home football
games to a major network when it
agreed Monday to a five-year contract
with NBC that begins in 1991.
ABC and ESPN thought they had
acquired rights to Notre Dame home
games when they agreed to exclusive
contracts with the CFA, which
consists of 64 schools. But the deal
by the Fighting Irish, a member of
the CFA, created the possibility that
other colleges might defect from the
ABC announced on Jan. 17 that
it had purchased rights to the CFA
for $210 million over five years.
ESPN announced on Oct. 4, 1989,
that it had bought the group's cable
rights for $110 million over five
I 4" Tuesday is
2.00 United Artists Day"
All day Tuesday. Due to contractual obligations this
offer can not be honored during the first two weeks
of a First Run Enagement.
Wolverine center Joan Rieger (54) works against Michigan State at
Crisler Arena. However, it is away from Crisler Arena where Michigan
broke its road losing streak last weekend.
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