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A New Beginning
This year was a new beginning for the Lady ’Cats. They made a fresh start with a new head coach, Gary Schwartz, new coaching assistants, Lisa Alexander and Eric Ferris, new team members, and a new style of play.
The MSU 1986 starting line-up includes Kelly Angelos, Tracy Hill, Jennifer MeGary, Kathleen McLaughlin, and Marty Rustan. Kelly Angelos is a second year starter ranked 2 in MWAC in steals and 3 in assists. She is a point guard with poise, aggressiveness, and can shoot in double digits. Tracy Hill is a first year starter ranked 2 for MSU in scoring and rebounds and 8 in MWAC in points scored. Jennifer MeGary is a second year starter ranked 2 on the MSU team in scoring and has a 9.6 ppga while hitting .618 at the free throw line. Kathleen McLaughlin is this year’s Kodak All-America candidate setting MSU records in total, rebounds, free throws, and
rebound average. As a fourth year starter playing 104 games she has been All-Conference twice. Marty Rustan, a first year starter holds an 8.3 ppga with a season high, 18. She is ranked 3 on the MSU team for rebounds. Other team members include a senior lettcrcr Jennifer Bosley, a 5T1" forward Nora Smith, a 5’10" forward Teresa Dean, and a 5’11" guard Theresa Kelly.
Coaching the team for the 1986 season was Gary Schwartz. Schwartz made his way from the Univesity of North Dakota to Bozeman leaving a trail of winning teams behind him hoping to continue his successful coaching career. In one season he turned the struggling ’Cats from a deep valley of scoring last season to the peaks of the playoffs with a surprising 1986 season.
Remaining undefeated in their first four home games was the first of many surprises the Lady ’Cats exhibited this year. They won the third place position in the eight
team University of Nevada-Reno tou lament, and came in the top-half of the M in-tain West Athletic Conference play. W h a definite height disadvantage, the ’(ats dusted the monsterous Idaho Vandals ar-tling them with a winning score 80-78.1sir biggest and best surprise was their abili to make the MWAC standings in the “Fi ial Four." The other three finalists were n-tana, Idaho, and Eastern Washington.
The contest for fourth place narrows to an exciting stand-off game between h SU and Boise State. At half-time the score as tied 29-29. The second half was nip ’n ck with a score running neck and neck at 6 62 with 40 seconds remaining in the g te. Tracy Hill hit a 15-foot jumo shot and he ’Cats had a 64-62 victory, fixing their fo ih place position in the championship pla fs.
by Gail Anne H irt
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