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1. MICHIGAN (28) 25-3 893 11. Alabama 25-4 184
2. UCLA (8) , 24-4 836 12. Detroit 25-3 167
3. Kentucky (7) 25-3 775 13. Minnesota 22-3 158
4. Nevada-Las Vegas 14. Utah 22-6 139
(5) 26-2 743 15. Tennessee 20-9 133 ,
5. North Carolina (1) 25-4 638 16. Kansas State 23-7 117
6. Syracuse 26-3 40? 17, UNC-Charotte 24-3 100
?. Marquette 21-7 347 18. Arkansas 26-.2 98
. San Francisco 29-2 232 19. Louisvie 21-7 60
9. Wake Forest 23-6 226 19. vi 21-7 6
10. Notre Dame 21-6 185 20. VMI 26-3 36
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By DAVE RENBARGER
As the host university for lastI
weekend's NCAA Indoor Trackr
Championships at Cobo Arena,I
Michigan did all it could to as-!
sure its guests a pleasant visit.<
In fact, the Wolverines may1
have gone a bit too far, lettingc
the visitors walk off with the en-
tire meet without even saving at
point or two for themselves.
When the two-day, 18-event1
meet concluded Saturday after-
noon, the Blue thinclads foundt
themselves in a tie for 55th
place, without a single point. E
This marked only the second
time in the 13-year history of thet
meet that the Wolverines havea
been shut out.
"The best track people in
the nation compete in this
meet," said Michigan coach
Jack Harvey, "but we can
usually pick up a few points
here and there."
Last year the Wolverines tal-
lied seven points, finishing in a
tie for seventh place in the team
"The funny thing is that we,
had the potential to do at least
that well this year with the per-]
sonnel we have now," said Har-
vey. "We just.got a few too
many bad breaks.";
The most costly. blow to the
Blue thinclads was the first-
round knockout of their talent-
laden two-mile relay team.
In a strategical move, Har-
vey stacked his four top mid-
dle distance runners - Steve,
Elliott, Jim Baumgartner,
Dave Furst and Andy John-
son - on the same relay team
with hopes of winning the
The team, however, never
made it past the first prelimin-
ary heat. Leading the race into
the second leg, Baumgartner
was sent flying off the track as
an Adelphi runner attempted to
pass him. By the time the soph-
omore half-miler was able to re-
cover, Michigan was far out of
"That was a real bad break
for us," said Harvey. "I filed a
protest, but none of the inspec-
tors saw the foul."
The thinclads managed sev-"
eral near-misses, almost break
ing into the scoring column in
the pole vault and the distance
Vaulter Jim Stokes qualified
for the finals with a jump of
17 feet to equal his career
best. In the finals, however,
he failed at that height on all
three attempts to finish inj
sixth place. Only the first five
finishers were awarded pointsj
in the meet. a
The distance medley relay'
team also placed sixth in theF
finals. Tim Thomas, James
Grace, Greg Thomas and Greg
Meyer covered the two and one
half miles in 9:56.0.
While Michigan kept busy try-
ing to avoid laying a goose egg,
Washington State nosed out de-
fending champion Texas-El Paso
for the team championship, 25 -
Naw, wiih the indoor season
over and the outdoor season an-
other month away, Harvey plans
to get back to basics with his
"We'll be working on funda-
mentals like hill running and
weight training for a few
weeks and forget about com-
petition for awhile," said Hfar-
Despite the poor showing in
the indoor nationals, Harvey still
termed the indoor season a suc-
"We won the Central Colle-
giate Championships and almost
took the Big Ten (losing by a
single point)," he said, "That's
not such a bad season."
Michigan nine aims
at third straight title
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By BRIAN MILLER
While most of us enjoyed a r
laxing spring break, Michigan
baseball team was hard at wo
preparing for the start of
But don't feel too bad f
Coach Moby Benedict's crew.
doesn't hurt too much to wo
"WE ACCOMPLISHED wh
we wanted to," said Benedic
"We want the players to get
shape and we want to see w
our ballplayers are - who c
do it between the foul lines.'.
Michigan, Big Ten champi
the past two seasons, was nota
that impressive in Florid
sporting a 4-6 record. But Ben
dict is far from concerned.
"Records are not important
Florida," he said, "because v
don't play (the games) like
would if it were the regular se
BILLIIOA R D
For all you Kayak fans, the
Michigan Kayak Club hosts a
pool slolom contest, to be held
at the North Campus Rec Pool
March 20, from 8:30 a.m.
until 12:30 p.m. The event will
be open to the public.
' We want to take a look at j Although the Wolverines s.re
e- our players - see who can play the defending conference cham-
's and where. As a result, you lose pions. Benedict had little to say
rk games you'd normally win. But about his team's chances this
its remember, we don't try to lose season.
either." "It's hard to say who's the
for (pre-season) favorite this year,"
or FROM WHAT he saw, Bene- explained Benedict. "Iowa and
It dict was mostly satisfied with Minnesota always field good
rk the squad on the whole. teams. Not only that, I don't
"All our pitchers did well with know about any of their fresh-
the exception of (Tom) Owens. men. You know, one or two good
ct. He was a little disappointing. freshmen and any team could
i Our fielding was fine, butwe'take.off and leave the rest be-
Inddhave some problems at sec- hind."
aond base. And we are still look- WITH THE regular season set
ing at our outfielders. Rick to begin on April 5, at Toledo,
Leach didn't have a particular- Benedict plans on practicing
on iy outstanding trip in center every day.
all field." "I hope the weather stays
a, BENEDICT expressed great I nice," said Benedict. "I'd sure
Ie: satisfaction over the perform- hate to take the team indoors
ances of outfielder Mark Gren- after being outside."
in I koski, infielder Greg Lane, But if the past two Big Ten
shortstop Jim Berra and the seasons are any indication of
we whole catching staff. what's to come this year. Bene-
we "Grenkoski had an excellent dict could care less about what
a- trip south and we played Greg the weather is like.
(Lane) at two spots where he "Just hope things stay nice
- did well," he said. for us," he laughed.
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Rickey, Hub grab honors
DAYTON - Rickey Green and Phil Hubbard of Big Ten
champion Michigan and Butch Lee and Bo Ellis of Marquette
have landed spots on the coaches' NCAA District Four collIge
Joining the foursome on the six-man first unit were Mike
Thompson of Minnesota and Kent Benson of Indiana.' Hubbard
and Ellis tied in the voting for the fifth spot on the squad, said
Dayton Coach Don Donoher, chairman of the selections committee.
Hubbard is a sophomore, Thompson and Lee juniors and
the rest seniors.
Named to the four-man second team were Billy McKinney of
Northwestern, Larry Byrd of Indiana State, Matt Hicks of North-
ern Illinois and Walter Jordan of Purdue.
On the third squad were Terry Tyler of Detroit, Bruce King
of Iowa, Ray Williams of Minnesota, Bob Miller of Cincinnati
and Dave Corzine of DePaul.
Lacrosse team ready
Michigan's Lacrosse club claimed two victories over spring
break. The games were pre-season contests preparing the Wol-
verines for a March 19 season opener in Cincinnati.
Georgia fell first to Michigan in a hard-hitting contest in
Athens on March 9, 12-11. Steve Bissell led the Wolverine attack
scoring six goals plus assisting on three others. Michigan's do-
fence proved to be the deciding factor in the win.
The Wolverine moved on to Atlanta and had an easy romp
over Georgia Tech on March 12. Leading the Blue stickmen
in the 20-2 win were Al Langnas and Pete Lindquist with five
goals each. Jeff Haroldson chipped in with three.
For the past three years, Michigan has held the University
Division Championship in the Midwest Club Lacrosse Association.
The Wolverines' firsthome game is on March 27 at 2 p.m. against
'Ohio State, at Ferry Field.
Tiger rookies impress
CLEARWATER, Fla. - Rookie Tim Corcoran belted a two-
run homer in the 11th inning yesterday to give the Detroit Tigers
a 3-1 exhibition baseball victory over the Philadelphia Phillies.
Corcoran's homer came after loser Ron Schueler -walked
Jerry Manuel with one out. Corcoran picked a 1-0 pitch and drove
it over the right field wall.
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The victory was Detroit's
-fourth in seven outings. The
Phillies are 2-4.
Starting pitchers Dave Roze-
ma of the Tigers and Larry
Christenson of the Phils both
were on the mound for their sec-
ond outings of the siring.
Rozema, a non-roster pitcher,
went four innings, walking one
and striking out three. Christen-
son allowed one hit in five inn-
ings, and also struck out three.
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