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Men's Swimming and Diving
at Big Ten Championships
Tomorrow, Friday and Saturday
Indianapolis

SPORTS

Wrestling
at Big Ten Championships
Friday and Saturday
Columbus

Jay,

Hoops
Continued from page 1
a good job of not letting one
turnover turn into three."
In doing so, the Wolverines
turned in one of their better perfor-
mances in recent weeks. Fisher's
club, which has at times suffered
concentration lapses and allowed
opponents back into games, did no
such thing last night at Crisler.
"We tried to control the tempo
from start to finish, and we did that
well," said Michigan center Juwan
Howard, who led all scorers with 19
points.
"They executed down the
stretch," Hawkeye swingman
Kenyon Murray said. "They exe-
cuted, and they out-rebounded us,
and that's why they're No. 4 in the
country."
Leading the Michigan rebound-
ing effort was forward Ray Jackson,
with a game- and career-high 14
boards. Despite leading the nation in
per-game rebounding differential,
the Hawkeyes fell short last night,
grabbing 33 boards to Michigan's
41.
A surprise contributor to the
Michigan cause was backup center
Eric Riley, who played 16 minutes
despite having his sprained right an-
kle in a cast. Riley scored eight
points and collected four boards.
IOWA (73)
FG FT Rob.
Mi. M-A M-A O-T A F Pts.
Winters 19 4-8 6.8 3-4 0 5 14
Lookingbill 25 2-5 0-0 0-1 1 1 5
Earl 34 6-13 6-6 2-8 0 2 18
Glasper 17 0-1 0-0 12 1 2 0
Barnes 33 8-16 2-2 2-4 1 1 14
Webb 7 1-1 0-0 0-2 0 2 2
Millard 13 1-1 2-4 2-3 1 5 4
Murray 23 5-10 0-2 2-3 1 3 11
Bartels 6 1-2 0-2 2-3 0 1 3
Smith 23 1-3 0-1 0-3 3 0 2
Totals 200 2760 16-23 13-33 8 22 73
FG%- .450. FTC~- .696. Three-point goals:
3-9 .333 (Lookingbill 1-3, Bartels 1-2, Murray 1-
2, Barnes 0-2). Turnovers: 14 (Earl 5, Glasper 4,
Winters 2, Barnes, Millard, Murray). Blocks: 3
(Earl, Murray, Webb). Steals: 4 (Barnes.
Glasper, Lookingbill, Smith). Technical fouls:
none.
MICHIGAN (82)
Fa FT Rob.
Min. M-A M-A O-T A F Pts.
Webber 24 2-8 2-3 3-4 0 5 6
Jackson 31 4-13 5-7 6-14 3 2 13
Howard 30 7-11 5-6 .2-7 1 3 19
Rose 40 7-13 1-3 0-2 6 2 16
King 27 4-4 2-2 1-5 4 4 11
Pelinka 17 1-3 0-0 1-2 1 0 3
Voskuil 15 2-6 0-0 0-0 1 1 6
Rly 16 3-4 2-4 1-4 1 2 8
Totals 200 30-62 17-25 16-41 17 19 82
FG%- .484. FT%- .680. Three-point goals:
5-11,.455 (Voskuil 2-3, Webber 0-3, Pelinka 1-2.
Rose 1-2, King 1-1). Turnovers: 16 (Howard 5,
Webber 5, Pelinka 2, Jackson, King, Rose,
Voskuil). Blocks:5 (Riley 2, Howard, Jackson,
Voskull). Steals: 8 (Webber 3, Jackson 2,
Howard, King, Rose). Technical fouls: none.
Iowa............428 45 - 73
Michigan............ 40 42 - 82
At Crisler Arena; A-13,475

Jackson cleans the boards,
rises to Fisher's challenge

Iowa coach Dr. Tom Davis had loads of
praise for the Michigan men's basketball team
after last night's 82-73 Wolverine victory at
Crisler Arena. Actually, it was more like
bushels of praise.
And what, you ask, had Adam
Dr. Tom gushing so? Miller
Rebounds. Iowa leads the
nation in per-game re-
bound differential, but was
out-boarded twice by
Michigan this year. Last
month in Iowa City, the
difference was only two,
42-40. Last night, the
margin was much more
decisive, as the Wol-Mlr
verines out-glassed Iowa C
by eight, 41-33.
"Michigan's just a real solid team," Davis
said. "I think it's pretty apparent they're a
better rebounding ballclub than we are. (Chris)
Webber was there, Juwan (Howard) was there,
they're just a very, very good rebounding
ballclub."
However, Davis' comments only tell part of
the story. True, Webber had four rebounds on
the night, three of which were on the offensive
side. And Howard chipped in seven more, five
on the defensive end. But those are expected
numbers from the duo. At the minimum,
Michigan's big men are expected to deliver
five boards per game each. In fact, you could
probably insist on more.
The real rebounding story of the night came
from forward Ray Jackson. Jackson turned in
his best night on the boards this season,

amassing 14 rebounds - six of them
offensive.
These offensive boards proved to be the
more crucial of the set, and they started early.
Ray's night on the offensive glass started with
the first score of the game, as he put back a
Webber miss just 15 seconds into the contest.
With 4:30 remaining before halftime, the
situation was nearly reversed. Michigan
missed two shots, but Jackson retrieved both of
them, and Webber finally slammed home a
bucket to increase Michigan's lead to 35-23.
Michigan coach Steve Fisher said Jackson's
output came not as a freak occurrence, but by
design..
"We challenged Ray Jackson before the
game - specifically in rebounding," Fisher
said. "We asked him what his best rebound
total was to date, he said '10,' and we said
'You have to at least match that.' He got 14
rebounds, and he was really going after the
ball (especially on offense) and that's what
wins for us."
His performance continued into the second
half, as he gathered nine of his 14 in the
second stanza.
Examining the box score, you find that
Jackson out-rebounded Iowa center Acie Earl
(8), forward James Winters (4) and Wade
Lookingbill (1) combined.
Still, you could, and probably should, listen
to Davis, and credit Michigan as a whole. A
jovial Fisher gave the media this advice in his
closing comments when asked about Davis'
praise of the Wolverines as the better
rebounding team.
"Well if Dr. Tom said it, it must be true,"
he said.

M I"H"LLF'" UY"U
Wolverines Jalen Rose and Eric Riley battle Hawkeyes Acie Earl and Kenyon Murray for the
basketball during last night's game at Crisler Arena. Rose scored 16 points in the game.

HoCKEY NOTEBOOK:
'M' hockey's sizzling Stiver reaches 100-point plateau

by Brett Forrest
and Tim Rardin
Daily Hockey Writers
Right wing Dan Stiver has made his senior
season one to remember thus far. In Friday's 5-
3 victory over Lake Superior, Stiver reached
the 100-point mark in his collegiate career with
a two-goal, one-assist performance.
With two more assists against Notre Dame
Saturday, Stiver now has 52 goals and 50
assists for his career. After previous season
point totals of 19, 29 and 16, Stiver has
exploded this year for 41 points (23 goals, 18

assists) as part of Michigan's first line, skating
with fellow seniors Dave Roberts and Mark
Ouimet.
M O VIN' U P: Wolverine coach R e d
Berenson, after tallying two weekend sweeps
over spring break, needs only a pair of
victories to reach Michigan's 200-victory club.
With games against Kent State and Ohio State
this weekend, he will likely do so Saturday
night.
Berenson is 198-147-21 in nine years at
Michigan, and his .574 winning percentage is
second only to former Michigan head coach

Vic Heylinger, who posted a .789 percentage
from 1944-57.
UNTAMED TAMER: Senior defenseman
Chris Tamer earned CCHA/Michigan Hockey
Magazine Defensive Player-of-the-Week
honors for his efforts last weekend against
Lake Superior and Notre Dame.
Tamer helped hold the two teams to just
five goals and a mere 2-for-13 on the power
play, and also notched a goal and an assist for
the weekend.
JUST NINE MORE: Junior goaltender
Steve Shields has moved into second place on

the CCHA goalie all-time win list with 58
career victories. Former Bowling Green goalie
Gary Kruzich is the leader with 67 wins.
START MAKING PLANS: The CCHA
Playoffs begin March 12 with Michigan facing
a yet-to-be-determined foe at Yost Arena. The
CCHA Championships will be held March 19-
21 at Joe Louis Arena.
Tickets for the finals can be purchased by
calling Ticketmaster or the Joe Louis box
office. Student tickets are priced at $6, $12 and
$16. A three-day package is available for $40.

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by Tim Spolar
Daily Sports Writer
Coming off an 8-1 pounding of
Purdue Feb. 20, the Michigan wom-
en's tennis team headed south sport-
ing an unblemished season record.
But while most Michigan students
returned from their spring break trips

to Florida content, the Wolverines
came back disappointed.
Michigan's first match of the
weekend, Friday evening against
host South Florida, resulted in a 6-1
thrashing at the hands of the Bulls.
Junior co-captain Allison Schlonsky
notched the lone Wolverine victory,

taking a close No. 5 singles match 7-
5, 6-4 from Helena Svanstrom.
Saturday morning's opponent,
Florida State, proved equally
formidable. While Michigan had a
stronger showing than Friday, the
Wolverines eventually lost by a final
score of 6-3. The team again re-
ceived a strong performance at No. 5
from Schlonsky, a 6-3, 6-4 win over
Jen Hyde. Michigan's other co-cap-
tain, sophomore Jaimie Fielding,
cruised past the Seminoles' Elke
Juul at No.3, 6-0, 6-0. Freshman
Tara Graff reeled in the Wolverines'

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No. 6 spot.
Of particular concern to the
Wolverines, however, was the dis-
appointing showing in their doubles
matches. Michigan dropped the only
doubles match that wasn't canceled
as a result of darkness against South
Florida, and was swept by the
Seminoles.
"We're looking to change all of
our doubles pairings (as a result of
the Florida trip)," Fielding said. "We
want to look for two-out-of-three
wins, and that hasn't been happen-
ing."
The Florida losses were in stark
contrast to Michigan's strong per-
formance at home against Purdue.
The Wolverines took eight-of-nine
matches from the Boilermakers in
dominating style, each of the wins
coming in straight sets.
"It was good to beat Purdue like
we did," Fielding said. "Hopefully,
that will set the tone for the rest of
the Big Ten season."

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