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The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, October 20, 1981-Page 11

Women's golf season ends early

By CHRIS WILSON
The Michigan women's golf team had
planned to finish its season this
weekend with the Kentucky In-
vitational, but the trip to Lexington was
cancelled when the hosts informed the
linksters that there wasn't enough room
left in the tournament for the Wolverine
squad. -
"WE were put on the wait list at the

beginning of the season, and thought we
would go," said junior golfer Elaine
Satyshur. But when no spots opened
up, we couldn't."'
WITH THE cancellation as a rather
anti-climatic conclusion to the season,
the players could only reflect on the
rest of the tournaments this fall. For
Satyshur this was a fairly easy task.
She finished the season by taking eighth

Club Sports Roundup
SAILING
The Michigan women's sailing team travelled to Ohio Wesleyan last
Saturday as one of four teams competing in the McDonald's Cup. Michigan
won, defeating Miami of Ohio, Xavier and Ohio Wesleyan.
The Wolverine sailors clipped to victory in both the A and B divisions.
Beth Borton skippered the A division boat while Kris Meyer crewed. In the B
division, Julie Scherer skippered with Liz Whalen as crew.
The women's next race will be this-weekend at OSU.
A Michigan man emerged victorious in the Men's Midwest Single-handed
Sailing Championships, which took place last Saturday at Northwestern.
Scott Ferguson won coming away with four firsts and two seconds. This
victory will send him to the University of British Columbia for the ICYRA
Single-handed Championships on November 6-9.
RUGBY
The Michigan rugby was once again dominant as it came away with a 24-3
win last weekend over the Detroit Tradesmen. The lopsided point total was
the result of the scoring efforts offive Wolverines.
Michigan's leading scorer against the Tradesmen was Mark Hoch, who
scored on one conversion (two points) and two penalty kicks (three points
each).. Four other Wolverines, Brian Van Deusen, Tony Menyhart, John
Hartrnan and Frank Falzetta each scored a try (four points).
"We've been playing really well this year, we had total control" said
Michigan's David Weber. "It's come to a point where we win every week."
Next week, most of Michigan's first team will be playing in an All-Star
match in Milwaukee. Eleven players, out of a side of 15, were picked to par-
ticipate in the match. Because of this, the second team will be used in the
Wolverines' match next weekend in Battle Creek. But according to Weber,
"They've been having a really good year, too."
UNDERGRADUATE SOCCER
The Wolverine undergraduate kickers walked off with a 7-1 victory last
weekend over w at Michigan's Bruce Davidson termed, "a rather weak
Adrian team." Four of Michigan's players contributed to the scoring.
Davidsn did his share, netting three of the seven Michigan goals. Tom
Park helped out by putting in two goals while Mark Camp and Dave Morgan
drilled in one apiece.
Davidson says that the Wolverine team is,"becoming awesome in
passing," and forsees no big problems in tomorrow's 7;30 p.m. game against
Michigan's graduate team in Ferry Field. "They have a good club, but if we
play as well as we've been playing we should win," he said.
Things look pretty good for the rest of our season," Davidson continued,
and with the team's 6-1 record, he says, "We're doing pretty good!".
WOMEN'SSOCCER
Michigan's Ann Schoene referred to last week's women's soccer game
against Purdue as "kind of a really boring game." Obviously, any game
ending in a 0-0 tie could be deemed boring.
One of the main problems, according to Schoene, is getting the same
people who show up for practices to show up for the games. But, she says,
"we're getting better." The Wolverine women proved they were indeed im-
proving as they achieved their first victory the previous week by downing
Ohio State, 2-1.
The women's next ganie will be October 31 against Michigan State at 2:30
p.m. at Mitchell Field. Schoen did find a bright spot in the tie with Purdue.
"At least we didn't lose," she said.
LACROSSE
Last Friday, behind the scoring of six Wolverines, the Michigan lacrosse
team netted an 11-4 victory over Toledo.
Steve Friedlander was the top scorer of the day with four goals. Bill Kalb-
fleish and Ken Lipshitz drove in two goals each while John Pintolerro, Matt
Dawe and Jeff Pinsky each accounted for one goal.
Michigan's next game will be with Michigan State at 7:00 pm this Friday.
The Club Sports Roundup relates briefly the activities of the
Michigan club sports during the previous week. This week's infor-
mation was'compild by Daily sports writer Tam Bentley.

place overall in the MAIAW tour-
nament in Mount Pleasant.
"That was a nice way to end it up,"
said Satyshur. "I had been struggling
with my game all season and con-
sidering the weather that weekend, I
was very pleased with the results."{
The team as a whole, however could
not boast of any similar satisfaction, as
the Wolverines placed 8th of the 15
teams competing in the tournament. It
was the linksters lowest finish of the
season..'
THE FALL "BEGAN nicely for the
linksters with a strong-first-place
showing in the Lady Wolverine In-
vitational in Ann Arbor. But once the
team ventured off its home turf, it ran
into trouble.
The Illinois State Invitational was the
occasion for the team's first venture on
the road. Te Wolverines placed sixth
among the nine teams taking part in the
event. However, the team showed signys
of improvement the next weekend when
it garnered fourth place in the Indiana

State Invitational in Terre Haute.
Paced by Satyshur and senior Karyn
Colbert, the Wolverines looked like con-
tenders.
But the linksters' hopes dimmed
when they could muster only a seventh-
place showing the following weekend in
the Michigan State Invitational. Only
Ball State sat between Michigan and a
last place finish on the East Lansing
course. A cancelled appearance in the
Purdue Invitationhl followed the next
weekend, and all that was left was the
MAIAW.
"Overall, it turned out better than I
thought it would," said Satyshur. "We
weren't as good a team as we were last
year, but we did the best we could."
The fairways may fill with leaves, the
summer greens may turn brown, and
\the hopes for the fall may turn to
dreams for next year, but certainly; no
one can ask for more than a team that
tries its best.

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