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Wednesday, January 16, 1980
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Asbury Park PressWed. Jan. 16, 1980 D7 Monmouth T Babilonia, Gardner want to hold back jreshmen learning - WEST LONG BRANCH - The freshmen have come a long way since the Monmouth College women's basketball team opened practice in October. A veteran team was returning for Coach Joan Martin, and it was expected that the freshmen would 'learn' as the Lady Hawks played their first full season in the AIAW Division I. But as things would have it, the freshmen are playing a bigger role in the current season and 'learning by doing.' Last night, three of Martin's recruits played an integral point in a 99-62 rout of Glassboro State College. Tammi Strutz, out of Asbury Park High School, directed' the offense and sparked de-' fense, while scoring 14 points. Cindy Hook, at 6-3 the tallest of the Lady Hawks, added 16 points. And Sharon Mitchell, from Trenton, chipped in 11 points. "I'm pleased with the play of the fresh men, said Martin. "They've come a long way in a short time. "Tammi (Strutz) makes our offense ' run," said Martin. "She got a few quick steals and scored the easy layups off them tonight. It helped us break away when we . needed to. "She's become very important to us at -Iboth ends of the court. t u - "PinHv CHonk has shnun mp chu ic unli ving to play and she's getting better every game on both offense and defense. T "We've been Dlavine a lot of verv tout?h "Division I teams sn far this spasnn " cnirt - Martin uhncA foam ic nnur A Q "T nioc o Vo 54 niiuav, ii-uiii u uwn naa ait aiu nnin pamps in ihP PrnvlriPfiPta Inviturinnnn - that the girls' spirits would be down and thev t ! "But I knew at practice yesterday (Mon- day) that the girls were still confident and their spirits were still up. I t "We've got two hard games coming up, against George Washington (Saturday) and FDU (next Monday), both on the road. I nope tonight was the start of a winning . sireaii inai wui carry us inrouen me ena oi Z the season." 4USSB0R0 STATE (62) Love 4 6-10 14; Carney 2 4-6 8; Daronhower 1 0-0 2; WMson 2 0-0 4; Cowan 4 0-0 8, Engemann 2 2-2 6. Lyons 9 0-2 18. Evans 1 0-3 2 TOTALS 25 12 23 62 .MONMOUTH (99) Phillips 0 2-3 2. Collins 7 0-1 14: Mitchell 3 5-9 11; graven u o-o u; bweeney o IMJ O; Domorski 3 Z-3 8: Strut J 0-1 14; Lasher 1 1-5 3: Gresh S 1-1 11: Hook 6 4-6 16: 4-unen u w u; r-arerno i io. ue nice l u-u Buen o --4 2. TOTALS 40 19-37 99 Halttime Monmouth 53-31 FfMllwl Hut rvnu ru. . Team Records Glassboro 1 -9. Monmouth 4-8. HP 1 11 nnll I 111 111JU11 IU V,V11I 1- The Associated Press . ; : HOUSTON - Wendy Tumbull, the No. 9- ranked women's tennis player in the world, urill nlav In thp tll flflfl Wnmpn' Prft Tonnic t tournament here, Feb. 25-March 2, tourna- w mem uuiciais diuiuuiiuru ycsiviuay. . TSitVutlt urh i il i -i n t r I lin Iai ii-n T .'mpnt'e comifinalc lact VMr ic the fifth ".player in the women's top 10 rankings to agree to play in the tournament. Asbury Park Press Monmouth College's Barbara Paterno (32) puts up a short jumper over Glassboro's Ree Lyons during last night's basketball game. Brookdale hands Essex first loss MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP - Brian Kil-patrick, Nick Russo, Pat Ford and Wayne Arledge combined for 93 points, leading the Brookdale Community College men's basketball team to a 100-88 Garden State Athletic Conference victory over previously unbeaten Essex County College last night. Kilpatrick, who played his high school basketball at Red Bank Catholic, led the Jersey Blues' scoring parade with 31 points, trailing Essex's Dave Green by one-point for overall honors. Russo, an All-Shore basketball and baseball player at Keyport, continued his brilliant play at guard for first-year coach Larry Hennessy, scoring 26 points. Ford and Arledge netted 22 and 17, respectively. Brookdale jumped to a nine-point (46-37) halftime bulge and maintained its advantage throughout the final 20 minutes. The Jersey Blues, who have lost twice in 13 assignments, travel north today for a GSAC game with Union County College. Essex County is now 13-1. ESSEX (8S Beats 0 0-0 0. Jordan 0 0-0 0. Brown 1 0-0 2. Franks 2 1-2 5. Hawkins 7 0-0 14. DeShuo 7 0-0 14. Clark 2 0-2 4. Smith 1 3 4 5. Green 13 6 9 32. Chapman 0 12 1. Jones 5 13 11. Baily 5 1-3 11. TOTALS: 38 12 22 88 BROOKDALE (100) Arledge 6 5-6 17. McKeon 2 0-2 4. Kilpatrick 9 13-14 31. Russo 9 8 9 26. Ford 4 14-16 22. Colke 1 00 2. Marks 0 1-2 1 TOTALS: 31 39-49 100 Essex 37 51 88 Brookdale 46 54 100 Fouled Out Dave Green. Mark Chapman. James Baily (E): Jack McKeon. Brian Kilpatrick (B). Team Records: Essex 13-1. Srookdale 11-2. Harris, Jones named to CFL All-Star team 2 I The Associated Press " " TORONTO Dickie Harris of Point ;Pleasant Beach and Ed Jones of Middletown -Township both were named to the 197j Canadian Football League All-Star team yester-iday. Harris, who plays for the Montreal Alou-; jttes, was named to the CFL All-Star team -las a cornerback. Jones, a member of the I:Ttwo-time Gray Cup champion Edmonton '.-Eskimos, was named to the squad as a --defensive halfback. I: Harris, a product of Point Pleasant ; Beach and the University of South Carolina, was named to the team for the second 2 straight year. This is the first CFL All-Star Z selection for Jones, a 1970 graduate of Mid-dletown Township High School, and a 1974 '"graduate of Rutgers University where he !l gained All-East honors. The results of voting by the Football Re-'iporters of Canada were announced yesterday. Quarterback Tom Wilkinson of the Edmonton Eskimos, tight end Tony Gabriel of the Ottawa Rough Riders and center Al .Wilson of the British Columbia Lions were the only offensive players to repeat at their . positions on the 1979 CFL Ail-Star team. ; Wilkinson, who was the outstanding ! player in Canada in 1974, led Edmonton this year in the" Grey Cup finale against the Mon-; treal Alouettes. ; ; He shares the Eskimos' quarterbacking : Duo to defend ' Platform title The Associated Press WEST ORANGE - Form-; er U.S. Davis Cup star Clark i Graebner and Doug Russell ".will defend their title in the Platform Tennis National Championships March 28-30 at the Montclair Golf Club ; here. Last year's women's champions, Yvonne Hacken-Iburg and Linda Wolf, will ; play with different partners. Hackenberg will team with " 1978 national champion Hillary Hilton while Wolf will play with Louise Gengler. with Warren Moon but he seems to improve with age and in 1979 was rated third in the Western Conference while completing 120 of 206 pass attempts for 2,132 yards and 19 touchdowns. Gabriel, the Eastern Conference's premier receiver for several seasons, wasn't as impressive statistically in 1979 as he was the previous year when he was the league's outstanding player. But his 48 receptions for 761 yard and eight touchdowns earned him the nod at tight end while Wilson became the only B.C. player to make five CFL all-star teams. The only other all-star repeat offensively was on the specialty team Edmonton punter Hank Ilesic, who averaged 47.3 yards from 119 kicks. The Associated Press ATLANTA For most of the couples competing tonight at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships, the goal is simple a berth on the U.S. Olympic team. For Tai Babilonia and Randy Gardner, it's a bit more complex. The 1979 world-champions and most-favored contenders, along with' a Russian pair, for Olympic gold in Lake Placid are expected to win their fifth-consecutive national title, and one of the three Olympic pairs slots, with ease. So, although they don't downplay the importance of winning here, they will also use the competiton as a yardstick to measure their progress and as a showcase for the world's judges and competitors. "It's part of their progress evaluation for the Olympics," said John Nicks, the California pair's coach for the last nine years. "How they skate here will be evaluated around the world," he said, explaining the competition's special added significance for his pair. "We want to peak in Lake Placid and skate well here," said Babilonia, 19, of the pairs competition which begins tonight. Worth 30 percent of the total score, tonight's two-minute short-program is composed of six required elements set to music and choreography of the skaters' choice. The other 70 percent comes in the five-minute free skate program tomorrow. Also on the opening-day program today was the senior women's compulsory figures, worth 30 percent of the total score. The event featured another U.S. gold medal hopeful, world champion Linda Fratianni, 19, who is trying for her fourth national title. Gardner, 21, says the nationals will help the pair grow in confidence. "We have to skate well because it's our national championship. If we do, we build up our own confidence." Since the couple placed fifth in the 1976 Olympics at ages 15 and 17, they have truly grown in strength and maturity, adding more lifts and more complex moves to their program and skating faster, Gardner said in an interview Tuesday. Indeed, in Vienna last year they captured the 1979 world championships, a title held for the six previous years by the Soviet husband-wife team of Irina Rodnina and Aleksandr Zaitsev. The Russian couple sat out the world competition last year to have a baby, but they are expected to be Babilonia and Gardner's toughest Olympic competition for a gold medal. In addition to their physical growth, Nicks says, Babilonia and Gardner are now putting more of their own input into the programs, contributing almost 50 percent of the music and choreographic ideas. "Three or four years ago, we were almost searching for things to fill out our program," Babilonia said. "Now we can't fit everything in." Atlantic County edges West Point Prep, 69-64 MAYS LANDING Greg Jackson hit four consecutive free throws in the closing seconds &s Atlantic Community College edged West Point Prep, 69-64, in a men's basketball game yesterday. Jackson hit two free throws came with 12 seconds remaining, then dropped in a pair five seconds later to cap an Atlantic corn- back. Mike Monahan led Prep with 23 points. WEST POINT PREP (64) Cook 0 0-0 0. Hauser 0 0-0 0. Walsh 4 6 7 14. Quai-k-enbush 0 0-0 0, Monahan 11 1 2 23. Green 5 15 18 25 25. Freidenberg 1 0-0 2 TOTA1S 21 22 28 64 ATLANTIC COMMUNITY COLLEGE (69) Jordan 10 2-3 22. Hadley 6 0-0 12. Smith 5 3 4 13. Jackson 4 4-6 12. Krawiec 3 0-0 6. Laborde 1 2 4 4 TOTALS: 29 11-17 69 Ski Conditions Here are ski conditions at areas reported by the New England Ski Areas Council: Connecticut Ski Sundown Isgr wet gr 6 of 1 1 trails mm ns. Mohawk Mtn. Isgr 3 of 20 trails. Mt. Southington wet pp 2 of 14 trails ns. Powder Ridge Isgr 3 of 17 trails ns. Rhode Island No areas operating. Eastern Massachusetts Nashoba Valley Isgr wet 4 of 9 trails ns. Klein Innsbruck 2 of 5 trails. Western Massachusetts Berkshire East Isgr 5 of 25 trails ns. Jiminy Peak Isgr wet 6 of 25 trails ns. Otis Ridge Isgr 7 of 14 trails. Butternut Basin wet Isgr 8 of 16 trails. Mt. Tom 3 of 16 trails. Maine Squaw Mt. Isgr 2 of 15 trails. Saddleback wet 1 of 25 trails. Sugarloaf wet 3 of 44 trails Sunday River frgr 4 of 16 trails. Camden Snow Bowl Isgr frgr 1 of 9 trails ns. New Hampshire Bretton Woods 3 of 10 trails. Cannon Mt wet 3 of 24 trails. Mt. Cranmore wet 2 of 16 trails mm. Loon Mt. wet 5 of 26 trails Waterville Valley Isgr frgr 3 of 19 trails ns. Gunstock 2 of 20 trails Pats Peak Isgr frgr 6 of 14 trails. Vermont Stowe Isgr frgr 10 of 35 trails. Bolton Valley 3 of 25 trails. Sugarbush Isgr frgr 19 of 70 trails tc. Suicide Six Isgr 1 of 18 trails. Killington 20 of 72 trails. Roundtop 2 of 15 trails. . Mt. Ascutney frgr Isgr 2 of 27 trails. Magic Mt. frgr 2 of 20 trails. Bromley Isgr frgr 9 of 25 trails Stratton Isgr frgr 8 of 49 trails. Mt. Snow Isgr 7 of 51 trails tc. Haystack 1 of 24 trails. 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