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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 18, 1985)
Monday, March 10, 1985
The Nebraska basketball team will
travel to Los Angeles to meet UCLA In a
second ir.xd National Imitation Tour
nament gsse Tuesday sight
The Huskers defatted Canislus
Wednesday in Lincoln to advance, while
UCLA defeated Montana 78-47.
UCLA wsa 17-12 this mmon tut had
to win eight cf its last nine end it3 last
four straight to achieve that record.
UCLA is 1:1 by scphoore forward Eeg
gie Miliar, who averages 14,9 points per
game and 5-4 senior guard Nigel Miguel.
B. a! A wV
Nebraska freshman Janet IM
won the hda.ee beam with a combined
score cf 18.80 by scoring a 9,55 on Fri
day night ar.d a 9.D in Saturday's indi
vidual competition at the t Eight
women's gynnastics meet at the Bob
Devaney Sports Center. . '.
Oklahoma's Amy Priest won the
vault and uneven bars and Missouri's
Gretchen Schmidt wen the fiocr exer
cise. Priest, who finished second, earned
a combined score 19.10 in the vadt. -
In the iaeven fears, Priest v,as chal
lenged by Nebraska's Racine Smith,
but she won with a 9.60 to Smith's 9.50.
Priest passed the 10-point barrier in
two events, which Nebraska Coach
Rick Walton said is a tough thing to do.
"The quality of com petition v.-as very
good tonight," he said, 'e had four
people break the 19-peir.t barrier. Yen
usually don't see that until the NCAA."
In the fiocr exercise, defending
champion Terri Funn&n cf Nebraska
finished second behind Schmidt who
won with a combined score of 18.85.
Furman had won the title two years in a
The Cornhuskers had the most suc
, cess of all the teams S&turdsy by plac?
ing 10 in the top six in the four events.
"ft was a good night for sis," Walton
said. "The results should show that our
team has gotten better and better as
the year has progressed." .
Walton said he was happiest with
the results in the uneven bars since his
team did poorfy in it Frldry.
"I think the girls felt they had some
thing to prove since last night the bars '
lost us the ckantpionship," Walton
He said Jessie Sanders did an out
standing routine on the uneven bars.
"Joanie didn't ce-rae out until Sep
tember, which is really late, but she
improved cur score by six points and in
gymnastics that is. aiot." . ;.
Walton said the problem -en the
uneven bars was that the team was too'
relaxed. Sophomore Joanie Sander
started offtite rotation with an impres- .
sive routine cf 8.2. .
After Sanders, Elizshsth Bortolotti,
Terri Fterman aid Janet Boiling all fell
to score in the low eights. The three
falls for; : j the 1! !.-r3 a pdri and a
half behind Ck!ca.
Waltcn s;i j zzr.z cf the tri-ht f pets
cf the v;:: 7z were fe:t llzllir 9.4
beam, vhieh v.: j r.-:i cr.r;i fcr a
first phre tisitfth Missouri's Grctchen
Schr.:i. clao s:i S;th ar.i Fur
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Smith j a M5 Tz.:: 0.O
Cy-czs Cch I::d:yEr..:ck siid
her tcra rzz C 3 L' E:-'J Ch:-pia.
shl? depth, drrite the kdt all
9S Nf tfW.'S-a? M? their West
Fln-M, : c...7C- r,.."' -wMsaaj!aattuws. week. .
siana at Tennessee end Tennessee- '
Chattanooga at Lamar, , -
Sixty-one football players, six cf
them all-state selections, agreed to " X, -
walk on at UNL this fall, football cf3- X' '
dais said Saturday. - :- ' :
The walk-on list included players ' , r-:"
from five other states, two cf whesi are ' M . .1'
from California, ;,f Mtf ..i -"
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