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February 7, 2003
michigandaily.com
sportsdesk@umich.edu

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7

Third season' not
a charm for Cagers

This time, banner to
go up Crisler rafters

By Daniel Bremmer
Daily Sports Writer

Remember when you were a kid
playing a
sports game m.IOWA 65
on Ninten-
do? If you MICHIGAN 57
were losing
with two minutes to go, a simple press
of a button solved all your problems.
Unfortunately for Michigan women's
basketball coach Sue Guevara, there's
no "reset" button in real life.
So far, Guevara has tried to hit the
reset button twice this season, telling
her team that it was starting over at 0-0,
first after its 0-2 Big Ten start and
again on Sunday following the first
half of the conference season.
Last night at Crisler Arena, Iowa sent
the Wolverines (2-7 Big Ten, 11-9 over-
all) to an 0-1 start in their third season
with an easy 65-57 victory - the
fourth straight loss for Michigan.
Coming out of the lockerroom at
halftime down by seven, the Wolver-
ines needed to pick up their defensive
intensity and look to make a run. But a
determined Iowa team came out with a

fire underneath it, going on a 15-2 run
to open up a 20-point lead in the first
five minutes of the second half.
"It was really nice to see we were
getting steals and converting them into
fastbreak layups," Iowa coach Lisa
Bruder said. "That's when we really
got our lead. (We) converted some 3-
point plays too, which is nice for us to
build that lead in the beginning of the
second half."
Michigan made a charge to cut the
deficit back down to seven midway
through the half, following two buckets
from freshman Niki Reams and a driv-
ing layup by sophomore Tabitha Pool.
But this was as close as the Wolverines
would get, as turnovers and fouls killed
them down the stretch.
"The foul trouble got us out of
(the game)," Guevara said. "The
high-low was working, and we were
able to establish the inside game,
which we wanted to, and then we got
into foul trouble and had to make
some substitutions. We went on a lit-
tle bit of a drought."
Limited by fouls in the second half,
senior LeeAnn Bies scored just two
points, finishing the game with 13.

By Seth Klempner
Daily Sports Writer

History will come alive tomorrow
afternoon in Crisler Arena when
Michigan (6-2 Big Ten, 13-8 overall)
takes on Iowa (4-3, 12-6).
No, Fritz Crisler and Fielding Yost
will not be making their triumphant

returns for the Maize and
Blue. Rather, former
Michigan All-American
Rudy Tomjanovich, cur-
rent head coach of the
Houston Rockets, will be
in attendance. The Michi-
gan alum will have his
No. 45 jersey retired dur-
ing halftime of tomor-
row's game, becoming
just the second player to
receive such a distinction
besides Cazzie Russell.

CRISLER A
Who: Michigani
Ten, 13-8 0vera
Iowa (4-3, 12-6
Whens: Noon
Latest:Michigan
former Wolverine
rent Houston Roc
coach Rudy Tomj
No. 45 jersey at h

give our opponents a taste of their
own medicine to come into a hostile
environment."
Michigan coach Tommy Amaker
hopes that Michigan learned from the
"brand of basketball played last week"
and uses it to propel itself for the rest
of the season.
If nothing else, Michigan will be
healthier after having a
" respite from its normal
kRENA Wednesday game. There
is no doubt that the rigor-
(6-2 Big ous schedule was starting
ill) vs. to take its toll on the
Wolverines, as they col-
will retire lected minor injuries like
Sand cur- it was a hobby.
ckets Amaker gave his team
anovich's Sunday and Tuesday off and
halftime. shortened several of the
team's practices this week.

ALYSSA WOOD/Daily
Michigan coach Sue Guevara, her assistant coaches and senior Raina Goodlow (far
right) watch the women's basketball team drop its fourth consecutive game.

Iowa (4-5, 12-8) was led by All-Big
Ten candidate Jennie Lillis, who fin-
ished with 18 points and eight boards.
The Hawkeyes converted on 4-of-5 free
throw attempts in the last two minutes
to seal the game.
Coming off a disappointing six-
point, four-rebound performance at
Wisconsin on Sunday, Bies opened the
game determined to make a difference.

Bies blew up for 11 points in the first
seven minutes of the game, aggressive-
ly charging to the hoop on every touch.
But after she picked up her second
foul, Bies was forced to sit with 9:08 to
go in the half. By halftime, all of
Michigan's inside forces were in foul
trouble - junior Jennifer Smith and
senior Raina Goodlow had three apiece
- and joined Bies on the bench.

9 Kowalski's cat-

By Kyle O'Neil
Daily Sports Editor

There's no question that Michigan knows how to
attack Northern Michigan's defense. It outshot the
Wildcats by a total of 12 shots in its two losses last
December.
The question is whether the Wolverines can get any-
thing by Northern Michigan goalie Craig Kowalski.
The Wildcats' netminder held Michigan to just three
goals on the weekend in Marquette, as his teammates
scored a two-day total of nine.

like reflexes pi
And it wasn't as if Michigan didn't get its chances.
Numerous times the Wolverines had Kowalski out of
position, and numerous times they shot the puck right
into one of his pads.
"I think it's going to take traffic in front of the net,
guys going to the net to get kicks off of rebounds," sen-
ior John Shouneyia said. "I don't think we created the
traffic we needed when we played them. (Kowalski) is
a good goalie, but we made him look better than he is."
Michigan needs to find a way to score against a
Northern Michigan team that has won the last five
meetings between the two teams. Being home at Yost

t jinx on Blue
Ice Arena isn't going to help much, as the Wildcats
have won the past three there, including two shutouts.
The importance of sweeping the weekend is
increased tenfold because Michigan is still four points
back of first-place Ferris State. The Bulldogs have
played two more games than Michigan, though, so if
the Wolverines win their next six games, they will tie
Ferris State - assuming it goes undefeated in its next
four games. Since the Bulldogs have Feb. 21-22 off and
Michigan plays Nebraska-Omaha that weekend, the
Wolverines could theoretically use the two wins over
the Mavericks to make up the point differential.

Tomjanovich led the Wolverines in
scoring and rebounding all three years
he played at Crisler (1967-70), and
currently ranks sixth on Michigan's
all-time scoring list (1,808).
But Tomjanovich will not be the one
making history tomorrow. The Wolver-
ines, who have dominated their home
court, will be going for their 11 th
straight home victory for the first time
since 1991. The Wolverines are 10-2 at
home this season and have won all four
of their Big Ten games in Crisler.
Michigan couldn't be happier that
it is playing at home after two close
road loses to No. 14 Illinois and
Minnesota.
Said freshman Lester Abram about
returning to Crisler: "It is a chance to

But he also raised the intensity level
during the time tley did spend in prac-
tice, and made sure his players returned
to the basics.
Unfortunately, during this time off,
Michigan was unable to get com-
pletely healthy. Freshman guard
Daniel Horton, who is leading the
team in minutes played, felt some-
thing pop in his ankle during practice
Wednesday. Horton is not concerned
with the injury and expects to play
this weekend.
Michigan will need him for the
stretch run at the Big Ten Champi-
onship. It is just one game behind Pur-
due for first place. With that goal in its
sights, Michigan has the opportunity
to put up more than just Tom-
janovich's No. 45 banner this season.

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