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The Michigan Daily - Thursday, February 20, 2003 - 7A

BURKE
Continuedirom Page 5A
night he served notice once and for all
that the Michigan basketball program is
back in a big way.
Much of that recovery is no doubt
thanks to Horton, who started as the
favorite for Michigan's Freshman of the
Year, became the frontrunner for Big
Ten Freshman of the Year and now ...
Forget Brian Cook, Kirk Penney and
Willie Deane. The Big Ten's Player of
the Year dons the Maize and Blue.
"There's still a lot of basketball to be
BOILER MAKERS
Continued from Page 5A
fought through that," Amaker said. "He's
a senior, and he's a tough player. He
showed that determination and tough-
ness here tonight."
"He's a big time player," said Horton,
who called Blanchard a candidate for
Big Ten Player of the Year. "That's the
kind of stuff he does. If you give him the
ball with his feet set, you can pretty
much count it."
Despite Blanchard's late-game com-
posure, Horton led Michigan all evening
- especially in the first half, when he

played," Amaker said."But if we keep
winning and (Horton) keeps playing the
way he's playing, then why not?"
Amaker might not want to say too
much too soon about his freshman or his
team's suddenly very real, very bright,
chances at a Big Ten title.
But Amaker's vote for Big Ten Player
of the Year can be found in his list of
players he would trade Horton for:
"No one."
Chris Burke can be reached at
chrisbur@umich.edu.
finished with 21 points, nine coming
from the free throw line. At one point in
the half, Horton had 13 of Michigan's 23
points.
"He played a great game today," said
Purdue forward Kenneth Lowe, who
was assigned to Horton. "It's hard to
stop a good player when he's going, and
he got going early in the game. He con-
tinued to play well for the 40 minutes."
Horton dominated a first half that saw
Purdue come out sluggish and unpre-
pared. The Boilermakers connected on
just 6-of-21 first-half attempts, only
staying in the game because of their 16-
of-17 clip from the free throw line.

Struggling M' faces Lady Lions

By Daniel Bremmer
Daily Sports Writer

To say that the Michigan women's
basketball team has played poorly over
the course of its seven-game losing
streak would be a gross understatement.

Unfortunately for the
Wolverines, things won't
to get any easier for them
tonight in State College,
where Michigan takes on
No. 13 Penn State.
The teams' first meet-
ing this season came on
Super Bowl Sunday,
when the Lady Lions
defeated the Wolverines
72-70 following a bucket

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tans' zone. But compared to Penn State's
intense zone, Michigan State's zone is
just mediocre.
Michigan forward Jennifer Smith
was a force on the inside against the
Spartans, lighting them up for 27
points on 9-of-16 shooting. But Smith
was the only one who could
get anything done offensive-
ly, and this ultimately killed
Michigan. If the Wolverines
at hope to have any chance in
State Happy Valley tonight, they
will need to penetrate the
lane for easy jumpers, and
ee work the high-low game
with Smith to perfection.
"Coach asked me if I want-
ed to be the go-to player, and I
said I wanted to be all along," Smith said
Tuesday. "Along with that, when I get
the ball, I know I want to shoot, and I
have the mentality that I can shoot and
make the basket."
Leading the Penn State attack is jun-
ior guard Kelly Mazzante, a favorite for
Big Ten Player of the Year. Mazzante,
who is averaging 24.7 points per game

this season, was held to just 13 points on
6-of-18 shooting earlier this season
against Michigan. But it's not often that
Mazzante shoots just 33 percent from
the floor, and Guevara knows that she
will be making more shots tonight.
"I think the rims at (the) Bryce Jordan
(Center) are going to be a little more
friendly to her than here at Crisler.
"Mazzante's such a dangerous
weapon that sometimes you focus too
much on her, and you have a (junior Jes-
sica) Brungo and a (sophomore Jess)
Strom. There's a lot of weapons, and
we're just going have to try and not let
them get their averages."
As Guevara indicated, in addition to
containing Mazzante, the Wolverines
will have their hands full with Penn
State's role players. Brungo, who torched
the Wolverines for 25 points in their last
meeting, is averaging 12 points per game
this year, while Strom has averaged 11
points per game in Big Ten play.
Their last time out, the Lady Lions
were defeated by Iowa 80-75, and Gue-
vara knows Penn State will be hungry to
make up for that loss.

with just six seconds remaining. Since
then, the season has gone straight down-
hill for the Wolverines, and their loss to
Penn State was the start of their current
seven-game streak.
In Sunday's 82-55 thumping at the
hands of rival Michigan State, the
Wolverines had trouble getting off quali-
ty shots all afternoon against the Spar-

BRENDAN O'DONNELL/Daily
Michigan junior Stephanie Gandy will
have to step up in State College.
"(Penn State coach Rene Portland)
will have those kids ready to roll, espe-
cially after the disappointing loss they
had at Iowa," Guevara said. "There's
nothing more dangerous than a wound-
ed Nittany Lion, (except) maybe a
wounded Wolverine."

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