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Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Sports Monday- February 26, 1990
Michigan Sports
Calendar
A compilation of Michigan sporting events and
information for the coming week.
Monday, February 26
No events scheduled
Tuesday, February 27
No events scheduled
Wednesday, February 28
No events scheduled
Thursday, March 1
Men's basketball at Michigan State, 8 p.m.
Men's swimming in the Big Ten Championships at the
Canham Natatorium, noon.
Friday, March 2
Women's basketball vs. Illinois at Crisler Arena, 7:30 p.m.
Ice Hockey CCHA playoffs vs. Wester Michigan at
Yost Ice Arena, 7:30 p.m.
Men's gymnastice in the Big Ten Championship at Iowa.
Women's swimming at EMU Invitational, time TBA.
Men's swimming in the Big Ten Championships at the
Canham Natatorium, time TBA.
Saturday, March 3
Ice Hockey CCHA playoffs vs. Western Michigan at
Yost Ice Arena, 7:30 p.m.
Wrestling 3 x dual (Toledo, CMU, Morgan St.) at Varsity
Arena, time TBA.
Men's Gymnastics in the Big Ten Championship at Iowa.
Women's swimming at EMU Invitational, time TBA.
Men's swimming in the Big Ten Championships at the
Canham Natatorium, time TBA.
Men's Indoor Track at the Silverston Invitational, time TBA.
Sunday, March 4
Men's basketball at Purdue, 4 p.m.
Women's basketball vs. Purdue at Crisler, 2 p.m.
Ice Hockey CCHA Playoffs vs. Western Michigan at
Yost Ice Arena, 7:30 p.m.
Monday, March 5
No events scheduled
Tuesday, March 6
No events scheduled
Wednesday, March 7
No events scheduled
Thursday, March 8
Men's basketball vs. Wisconsin at Crisler, 8 p.m.
Women's basketball at Iowa, 7:30 p.m.
Friday, March 9
Men's indoor track in the NCAA, time and place TBA.
Saturday. March,10
Women's basketball at Minnesota, 7:30 p.m.
Ice Hockey CCHA Finals at Joe Louis Arena, time TBA.
Wrestling in the Big Ten finals, time and place TBA.
Men's gymnastics at Arizona State, time TBA.
Men's indoor track in the NCAA, time and place TBA.
Sunday, March 11
Men's basketball vs. Iowa at Crisler, 2 p.m.
Ice Hockey CCHA Finals at Joe Louis Arena, time TBA.
NCAA Tournament bids announced for men's and women's
basketball and ice hockey.
Associated Press Top 25
Here's a look at the top basketball teams
Team Re cord Weekend Game

N IM Fraternity Top 20
Here's a look at total points after swimming
Fraternity (Letters) Points Previous Rank

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Sigma Phi Epsilon (YOE)
Delta Tau Delta (ATA)
Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEH)
Alpha Delta Phi (AAO)
Alpha Tau Omega (ATU)
Sigma Alpha Mu (YAM)
Evans Scholars
Sigma Nu (EN)
Zeta Beta Tau (ZBT)
Beta Theta Pi (BOT)
Phi Gamma Delta (orA)
Delta Sigma Phi (ADD)
Phi Delta Theta (M8)
Sigma Alpha Epsilon (YAE)
Chi Phi (x)
Phi Kappa Psi ((KY)
Kappa Sigma (KY)
Pi Kappa Phi (HKO)
Triangle
Phi Kappa Tau (KT)

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735.6
697.2
664.5
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641.5
636.7
631.8
593.7
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568.6
547.8
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498.5
483.4
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377.5

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Michigan forward Tanya Powell works the basketball around Spartan
Dana Walker last Friday night in East Lansing. Powell chipped in nine
points for the 62-56 Wolverine victory.
IS 1313 on the game.
"When a team can come ina
Contiued from page 1 defensively key on one play
Char Durand, and a third from because she scores 75 percent
forward Leslie Spicer reopened a nine your offense, you're not going to
point margin from which the very effective offensivel
Spartans would never recover. Langeland said. "The problem is
"When Michigan State made that with Eileen necessarily or geti
run in the second half," Michigan her open, it's getting other peopl
coach Bud VanQeWege said, "we be more aggressive offensivelya
were up by 14, the game was kind of to look to shoot."
a lull, and then bam! The next thing "She is, to me, the single m
you know, it's a five point game. I explosive offensive performer in
think it showed a lot of character on league," VanDeWege said. "Sh
our kids' part to come down and the one person in this league w
make sure they continued to execute petrifies me when she gets thet
and just stubbornly refuse to because she can make any shot
relinquish the lead." time.
Langeland was pleased with her "(Stopping her) was really a t
team's defensive performance, but awareness. It was just everyb
unhappy with the lack of offense. knowing who she is and where
"From the middle towards the end is and that it's not just Leslie Sp
of the second half," she said, "we on Eileen Shea, it's everybody
didn't do a very good job taking care Eileen Shea."
of the basketball or scoring. I think Michigan's ninth confere
that at one point, we had thrown the victory marks the most ever fo
ball away nine out of ten Michigan squad, breakingI
possessions and you can't do that in previous high of eight set in1
this conference or against a good 1985-86 season, and the 17 w
team like Michigan and think that overall equals the total set in '81-
you're going to come out on top." "What it is for me," VanDeW
Although Shea hit three shots said, "is really the culmination
from three-point range, the sixth- trying to build a program and I thi
leading scorer in the Big Ten was what we're seeing this year is t
held to just two first-half points and the Michigan program has arrived

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Missouri
Kansas
Duke
UNLV
Georgetown
Conne cticut
Michigan
Georgia Tech
Purdue
Oklahoma
Syracuse
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Arkansas
LaSalle
Michigan State
Louisville
Oregon State
Minnesota
Illinois
Xavier (Ohio)
Arizona
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Clemson
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(25-3)
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(22-3)
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lost No. 10 Oklahoma, 107-90
beat Kansas State, 70-58
beat No. 21 Arizona, 78-76
beat No. 16 Louisville, 91-81
beat Villanova, 83-53
beat Seton Hall, 79-57
beat Northwestern, 94-69
beat Notre Dame, 88-80
beat Ohio State, 75-70
beat No. 1 Missouri, 107-90
vs. Providence (n)
vs. Georgia (n)
idle
vs. St. Peter's (n)
beat No. 25 Indiana, 72-66
lost No.4 UNLV, 91-81
beat UCLA, 83-74
beat Iowa, 102-80
vs. Ohio State (Monday)
beat Butler, 80-66
lost No. 3 Duke, 78-76
vs. Santa Clara (n),
beat North Carolina, 69-61
vs. San Jose State (n)
lost No. 15 Michigan State, 72-66
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BASKETBALL NOTEBOOK
Big Ten snubs Spicer,

Brow picks 'M' to take
MSU, but wavers on
Purdue outcome in Griddes
Detroit Superfan, Joe "the Brow" Diroff, has amassed a huge following
throughout the metropolitan Detroit area for barnstorming across the city
to cheer on the local teams.
Brow is also a huge Griddes fan, playing the Daily's sports picks game
religiously. Brow knew he couldn't make a pick of the upcoming
Michigan-Michigan State basketball game since it is played on Thursday.
Instead, he made a sign saying " M' will cream Spartan team," hoping that
would be suffice for his picks. He also had a banana in hand to "Go
Bananas." But Brow wavered on who could win the Purdue-Michigan
showdown this Sunday. "That's another story," he reportedly said. "But if I
eat my banana's I'll get smarter and pick the right game." He then went
straight into a cheer of "Strawberry Shortcake, Gooseberry pie."
If you want to eat your bananas, play Griddes and edge out Brow - you
could be eating dinner for two at O'Sullivans Eatery and Pub. Drop off
your picks before you go home. They're due by 5:00 Friday at the Student
Publications Building located at 420 Maynard. Brow found it. You can too.
BASKETBALL
(GAMES OVER SPRING

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If

VanDeWegi
by Ryan Schreiber
Daily Basketball Writer
Michigan coach Bud VanDeWege
was outraged after last week's Big
Ten Player-of-the-Week was an-
nounced.
Leslie Spicer, whose 22 points
against Northwestern on Sunday
topped her 20-point performance
versus Wisconsin on Friday, received
no mention when the award was
handed out to Ohio State junior
Vicki Pullie.

GIN~ltA BtECT*R

eoutraged
"I was extremely upset," VanDe-
Wege said about Spicer's snubbing.
"For the first time in my career, I
phoned and followed with a letter (to
the Big Ten office). I thought it was
a real injustice to her. At the very
least it should have been Co-Player-
of-the-Week and I was really dis-
appointed."
WIN AFTER WIN AFTER...:
The Michigan conference winning
streak has hit six, an all-time high
for any Wolverine squad. In addition,
the Wolverines swept Michigan
State this season in a home-and-
home series for the first time ever.
Michigan's career record against the
Spartans now stands at 6-26.
By securing their ninth Big Ten
victory, the Wolverines clinched at
least a .500 record in the conference
for the first time since 1981-82
when Michigan went 3-3.
SULTAN OF SWAT, AGAIN:
Frosh phenom Trish Andrew just
continues to be a force in the middle
for the Wolverines. After coming off
a career- and Big Ten-high for
blocked shots against Northwestern
with five, she tallied four more
stuffs in East Lansing, bumping her
total to 34 - almost double the
amount of her closest competitor,
Joy Holmes of Purdue.
Besides her prowess on the
defensive end of the court, Andrew
led the team in scoring with 16
points on Friday, hitting seven of
her 11 shots.
JUST NOT ENOUGH ROOM:

BREAK)
Purdue vs. Michigan
Iowa vs. Michigan1
.Wisconsin vs. Michigan 1
Iowa vs. Illinois
Indiana vs. Wisconsin
Michigan State vs. Minnesota
Michigan State vs. Purdue
Ohio State vs. Northwestern
Arkansas vs. Rice
Louisville vs. Southern Miss.
Georgia Tech vs. Clemson
UNLV vs. Cal State Fullerton

HOCKEY:
Western Michigan vs. 'M'
Ferris State vs. Michigan State
Miami (OH) vs. Lake Superior
Bowling Green vs. Ohio State
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