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SPORTS
The Michigan Daily Sunday, February 8, 1981 Page 9

Icers complete sweep, drub

Irish 8-4

By GREG DeGULIS
Four quick unanswered goals by the
Wolverine icers busted open a tight 3-3
deadlock leading the way to an exciting
8-4 victory over Notre Dame last night
in front of 6,247,partisans at Yost-Ice
Arena. The win completed a critical
sweep of the Fighting Irish of Notre_
Dame, giving the Wolverines an 11-11
WCHA record and one step closer to the
league playoffs in March.
"After tonight, we have enough wins
to make the playoffs," confidently,
-n stated Michigan coach John Giordano
in a post game interview. Notre Dame
drops to 6-15 in WCHA play and barring
a collapse by Minnesota-Duluth,
Colorado Collge, ,or Michigan, the
Fighting Irish, along with basement
dwelling Michigan State, will be left out
of the playoff picture.
In the early going last night, though,

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the rest of the Michigan icers may not
have been so confident. After Friday
night's 12-5 Wolverine massacre of
Notre Dame, the Fighting Irish came
into last night's contest with revenge in,
their eyes. Notre Dame matched
Michigan goal for goal in the first
period and for half of the second period
before the Michigan power play shat-
tered the 3-3 deadlock and the Irish
hopes of a split in the weekend series.
At 11:59 of the second period with
Notre Dame's Dick Olson in the penalty
box for interference, Michigan's
leading scorer, defenseman Steve
Richmond, recorded the first of two
perfectly executed power play goals.
With the Wolverines patiently
awaiting an opportunity to crack the
Notre Dame penalty killing defense,
senior center Roger Bourne found a
streaking Richmond breaking in behind

the Irish defense. Bourne then hit
Richmond's stick with a quick pass and
the junior defesneman easily beat the
startled Irish goalie to put Michigan up
4-3, a lead Wolverines never
relenquished.
Less than three minutes later, in a
similar fashion the Wolverine power
play discovered an open Richmond
giving the Irish goalie nightmares. This
time Ted Speers, skating around behind
the Notre Dame net, spotted the
breaking Richmond right in front of the
Irish goal and led Michigan's leading
scorer perfectly. Richmond transfor-
med the pass into another Wolverine
power play score giving Michigan a
more comfortable 5-3 lead.
Feeling a little more in command of
the game, Michigan found it ap-
propriate to add a couple more unan-
swered goals. In one of the most bizarre

goals all season, Wolverine freshman
Steve Yoxheimer dented the nets for
the first time this year. With sophomore
center Don Krussman riding on top of
Irish goaltender Bob McNamara as if it
were a rodeo, Yoxheimer picked up the
loose puck and calmly shoved the black
disc across the crease for Michigan
goal number 6. Not to be left out of the
scoring book, junior right winger Den-
nis May knocked the puck past the
befuddled McNamara at 2:34 of the
third period to put the game out of
reach for a 7-3 Michigan advantage.
With the explosion of goal scoring by
Michigan over the weekend (20 goals),

one man delighted to leave Ann Arbor
must be Irish goaltender McNamara.
The Notre Dame goalie left any sem-
blance of Irish luck back in South Bend
as many of the Wolverine scorers
generously added to their season totals.
Speers, who according to Giordano
"seems to be getting better," bettered
his totals with three assists and one
goal last night to up his numbers to 17
goals and 19 assists for 36 points. Senior
defenseman John Blum recorded his
100th career point in the second period
and added to his team leading penalty
minutes (67) with six minutes in the fir-
st period..

Richmond
... scores two

SPOR TS OF THE DAILY:
Women hoopsters fall

Irish Sweepstakes

Special to the Daily
OXFORD, Ohio - Heartbreakers
seem to be coming in bunches for the
Michigan women cagers, who were
edged by Miami (O.), 74-73 last night.
The Wolverines led for the first 37
minutes of the contest before the Red-
skins overtook them, 68-67, with just
under three minutes to play. Michigan
had a chance to tie the game when for-
ward Abby Currier was fouled as the
clock ran out, but Currier missed the
*first of two free throw attempts and
thus dashed any hopes that the game
might go into overtime.
COACH GLORIA Soluk's team
opened up an 11-point lead midway
through the first half and retained a 38-
32 advantage at halftime before the
Redskins began to gradually cut into
Michigan's lead.
It was Miami's eighth straight vic-
tory and its 11th in the last 13 contests.
The Redskins are 13-10 on the season.
Michigan dropped its mark to 7-13 with
the loss, its fourth setback in the last
five games.
Currier led four Michigan players in
double figures with 19r points. Diane
Dietz and K.D. Harte added 14 apiece,
while Lori Gnatkowski finished with 10.
Kris Livingston and Karen Kim split
scoring honors for Miami, as each
poured ir,16 points.
Th olverines have one more chan-
ce/o tune up for next weekend's Big
~en tournament when they face Grand
Valley State Tuesday night in Gran-
dville. The conference tourney will be
held in Evanston, where Michigan is
expected to be seeded between eighth
and tenth.
Synchro swimmers place
second
Special to the Daily
0 COLUMBUS-Michigan's syn-
chronized swim team fell short of Ohio
State for the third time this season, this
time at the Canadian Internationals at
Columbus.
Michigan, currently ranked third in
the country, accumulated 45.5 points in
the meet, second to the Buckeyes' 48.5.
Miami of Ohio with 15 points and
Bowling Green with six points rounded
out the field. The Canadian team failed
to show because they were snowed in.
Ohio State took the solo competition
with Michigan's Ruth Pickett finishing
second. The Wolverines' combination of
Kathy O'Brien and Pickett took second
in the duet competition, again trailing
the Buckeyes.
Mandlikova, Allen win
Special to the Daily
DETROIT - It will be the top seeded

player against the Cinderella of the
tournament this afternoon in the finals
of the Detroit Avon Tennis Champion-
ships.
Leslie Allen, who is unseeded,
defeated Barbara Potter in the opening
semifinal match, 2-6, 7-6, 6-4.
"I~HAD A HARD time anticipating.
Once I got her shots timed I became
more aggressive," said Allen after her
first meeting with Potter.
In the other semi-final match, Hana
Mandlikova, the top seed, trounced
Pam Shriver, the number three seed, 6-
0, 6-2, in a match that lasted only 30
minutes.
"I wasn't mentally prepared to play
and in a match like this that's all the
advantage Hana needed," Shriver said.
,M'gymnasts host OSU
By BARB BARKER
All teams like to finish the season on a
high note, but Michigan's men's and
women's gymnastics teams will need to
be at their best to accomplish that feat
when they host Ohio State in a co-ed
meet, the final home contest for both
teams, this afternoon at 1:30 p.m. in
Crisler Arena.
The Buckeye men's team holds a
three-year victory jinx over the
Wolverines and currently leads the Big
Ten in team scoring, having posted a
league-high score of 271. Michigan's
season high of 264 came against
Michigan State eight days ago.
"WE WILL certainly have our hands
full," said Michigan coach Newt Loken.
"Ohio State is the strongest team in the
Big Ten. They beat us earlier in the
season at their invitational and we'd
really like to turn the tables. But it's
almost a David and Goliath situation."
Ohio State presents an equally strong
women's team. The Buckeye women
hold downt he 17th spot in the national
rankings and sport an 8-2 meet record
(Michigan is 4-4 on the season). Their
lowest score of the season - 130.90 -
ties the Wolverines highest mark.
Senior Donna Silber, the 1979 Big Ten
individual all-around champion, leads a
Buckeye squad that includes several
outstanding freshman performers.
SCORES
College Basketball
DePaul 77, Ala.-Birmingham 66
Tennessee 87, Kentucky 71
Duke 55, Maryland 54
Wake Forest 86, Georgia Tech 56
North Carolina 79, Furman 64
syracuse 81, Providence 67
Georgetown 75, St. Johns 68
Louisville 82, Florida St. 73 (OT)
Missouri 70, Iowa SA 56
WCHA
Michigan Tech 5, Colorado College 0
Minnesota 4, Michigan State 2

FIRST PERIOD
Scoring: 1. ND-Bjork (unassisted) 2:11; 2. Mich.-
Reid (Blum) 3:08; 3. ND-Brownschilde (Rothstein,
Higgins) 17:43; 4. Mich.-Speers (unassisted) 18:50._
Penalties: ND-Brownschilde (roughing) 4:36;
Mich.-Blum (tripping) 4:41; ND-Rothstein (trippint)
9:56; Mich.-Blum (high sticking) 12:14; ND-Poulin
(high sticking) 13:40; Mich.-Hampson (high
sticking) 18:13; ND-Collard (high sticking) 18:13;
Mich.-Bourne (roughing) 18:33; ND-Humphrey
(roughing) 18:33; Mich.-Blum (hooking) 19:22.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: 5. Mich- Tippett (Speers) 1:15; 6. ND-
Bjork (Logan, Poulin) 3:53; 7. Mich- Richmond
(Bourne, Speers) 11:59; 8. Mich- Richmond
(Speers, Blum) 13:03.

Penalties: Mich- Hampson (roughing) 2:39;
Mich- Reid (tripping) 7:12; ND- Olson (inter-
ference) 10:09; ND- Brownschilde (cross-checking)
- 12:26; Mich- Perry (interference) 13:40; ND-
Rothstein (tripping) 19:50.
THIRD PERIOD
Scoring: 9. Mich- Yoxheimer (Richmond, Tip-
pett) 1:52; 10. Mich-May (HampsonBourne) 2:34;
11. ND- Bellamy (Rothstein, Brownschilde) 8:58;
12. Mich- Milburn (Krussman, Manning) 13:46.
Penalties: ND- Olson (cross-checking) 4:55;
ND-Collard (elbowing) 17:54.
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