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Page 2-The Michigan Daily - Sports Monday- March 15, 1993

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WHO: Nikki Beaudry
TEAM: Women's Basketball
HOMETOWN: Grand Blanc, Mich.
YEAR: Senior
ELIGIBILITY: Senior
WHY: Beaudry averaged 15 points in the women's basketball team's two games this week
against Indiana and Purdue. Beaudry pulled down 11 rebounds in the Wolverines' first Big Ten
victory of the season over Indiana, 67-54. In the 59-56 loss to Purdue, Beaudry scored 15
points in 26 minutes.

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Hoosiers victorious in final tune-up

MADISON, Wis. (AP) - Greg
Graham scored 27 points and
Calbert Cheaney had 22 Sunday as
No. 2 Indiana charged to a 22-point
halftime lead and held on to beat
Wisconsin, 87-80, in its final warm-
up for the NCAA tournament.
Graham scored 22 in the first
half, hitting four three-pointers, and
Indiana (28-3, 17-1 Big Ten) went

ahead, 55-31.
Wisconsin- closed within six
when Andy Kilbride and Michael
Finley led the Badgers on a 23-9
second-half run. Kilbride had a
three-point play and a three-pointer
and Finley scored seven points
during the spurt before a noisy
sellout crowd at Wisconsin Field-
house.

Finley's basket with 4:18 left
closed the Badgers to 78-72, but
Matt Nover and Graham made back-
to-back three-point plays and the
Hoosiers went back up by 12 with
2:14 to go.
Cheaney had 13 of his points in
the second half and Nover chipped
in 16 for the Hoosiers, who have
beaten Wisconsin 26 straight times.

Trivia Answer
In 1985, St. John's and
Georgetown each
represented the Big East
as No. 1 seeds. The
Hoyas won the East
Regional and beat St.
John's, who was the No.
1 seed in the West, in the
semifinals.
Fellow Big East team
Villanova beat the Hoyas
in the championship that
season.
This year, Indiana and
Michigan both earned
No. 1 seeds.

'M' Sports Calendar
Monday, March 15
No events scheduled.
Tuesday, March 16
No events scheduled.
Wednesday, March 17
No events scheduled.
Thursday, March 18
Women's Swimming at NCAA championships, all
day, Minneapolis.
Wrestling at NCAA championships, all day, Ames,
Iowa.
Friday, March 19
Women's Swimming at NCAA championships, all
day, Minneapolis.
Wrestling at NCAA championships, all day, Ames,
Iowa.
Ice Hockey at Central Collegiate Hockey Association-
quarterfinal, opponent and time TBA, Detroit.
Baseball at Alabama, 7 p.m., Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Men's Basketball vs. Coastal Carolina, time TBA,
Tuscon, Ariz. (CBS)
Saturday, March 20
Women's Swimming at NCAA championships, all
day, Minneapolis.
Wrestling at NCAA championships, all day, Ames,
Iowa.
Ice Hockey at Central Collegiate Hockey Association
semifinal, opponent and time TBA, Detroit.
Women's Gymnastics at Big Ten championships, 7
p.m., Crisler Arena.
Men's Gymnastics at Big Ten championships, 8 p.m.,
Minneapolis.
Baseball at Alabama, 2 p.m., Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Sunday, March 21
Ice Hockey at Central Collegiate Hockey Association
final, opponent TBA, 2 p.m., Detroit.
Men's Gymnastics at Big Ten championships, 1 p.m.,
8:30 p.m., Minneapolis.
Baseball at Alabama, 2 p.m., Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Men's Basketball vs. Iowa State or UCLA, time TBA,
Tuscon, Ariz. (CBS)

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