The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 17, 1998, Page 8, Image 8

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NU seeks more mental toughness
NCAA from page 7 _
inside player.
But no matter who the Huskers
sign, Nebraska is going to have a diffi
cult time replacing the leadership the
senior class brought to the program
this season.
“We lose three really key perform
ers and two who added a lot to the
chemistry in this team,” Sanderford
DeForge finished her career as the
No. 4 all-time scorer in Nebraska his
tory and was twice named first-team
All-Big 12 and honorable mention All
Although DeForge will probably
play basketball at the professional
level, Sanderford and her former coach
Angela Beck, who is with the
American Basketball League’s San
Jose Lasers, both said she knows
things will never be this way again.
“I’ll never have teammates like this
again,” DeForge said. “This is some
thing that is never going to be
Although the competitive
Sanderford was disappointed that he
was going to be making a trip to Salma,
Kan., for the junior college tournament
instead of taking the Huskers to
Dayton, Ohio, for the NCAA
Tournament, he did realize the
Nebraska women's basketball program
exceeded his expectations this season.
Twice this season Nebraska broke
single-game attendance records at the
Bob Devaney Sports Center with more
than 12,000 fans attending the season
finale against Iowa State. Nebraska
also broke its single-season attendance
record, averaging 3,452 fans.
“I don't think women’s basketball
has ever been as visible in the state as it
is now,” Sanderford said. “Now' we got
to go to work and try to get it better.”
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NU golfers lead
Palmetto Dunes
after first day
From Staff Reports
Led by junior Steve
Friesen, the Nebraska men's
| golf team is in first place after
i the first day of play at the
Palmetto Dunes Invitational in
Aiken, S.C.
The Cornhuskers shot
rounds of 209 and 292 to finish
the day with 582 strokes
through 36 holes. Furman.
South Carolina-Aiken and
Duke are tied for second with
589 strokes.
Friesen, who is tied for the
individual lead with West
Florida's Orian Larsen, put
together rounds of 69 and 73 to
shoot an even-par 142.
NU juniors Josh Madden
and Jamie Rogers are tied for
fifth after shooting 145s.
Husker Scott Gutschewski is
tied for 27th, and Peter Smith
ranks 49th.
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