,The Michigan Daily Friday, Jan
By CHUCK JAFFE
Special to the Daily
The Lehigh wrestling team, ranked tenth in the nation, defeated a feisty but
depleted Michigan mat squad by a 25 to 18 score at Crisler Arena last night.
Michigan was competing without the services of two of their top wrestlers, John
Beijan and Larry Haughn, while a third, Jim Mathias, wrestled with a severe
Things started off well for the Wolverines, when Joe McFarland decisioned Bob-
by Weaver, the nation's seventh-ranked 118-pounder. However the next three
weight classes belonged to Lehigh. Mathias, who was not expected to compete, was
pinned by Tom Husted. At 134, Bill Goodill, subbing for Haughn, entered the third
period in a 4-4 tie. However, his opponent, Tom Sloand, scored a reversal and rode
out the rest of the match for the win.
In the 142-pound weight class, Mark Pearson faced the toughest challenge of the
night. He was facing Darryl Burley, who has been a national champion and runner-
up in his two years at Lehigh. After a close first period, Burley proved to be too
quick, and he used 10 takedowns to win a 27 to 10 superior decision.
Tim Fagan of Michigan totally dominated the 150-pound match. Fagan ran up an
18 to.5 lead before pinning Lehigh's Frank Vresics at the 5:24 mark.
Steve Pierce subbed for -Beljan at 158 pounds, and was part of the most exciting
match of the night. Pierce nearly pinned Lehigh's Benjy Dudek in the second
period, but Dudek evaded defeat when time ran out. Dudek then evened the score
in the third period, and when Pierce was penalized for stalling he captured a 9 to 8
The two teams split the remaining four matches, with Lehigh's Jim Reilly
defeating Nemir Nadhir by an 11 to 2 score, and Colin Kilrain, the nation's top-
ranked 177-pounder-although he moved up to 190 for this match-defeating Blue's
Pat McKay by an 11 to 3 count.
Michigan's Rob Rechsteiner won the 177-pound match over Lehigh's Tom Hen-
sler. Rechsteiner trailed 3 to 2 after one period and 8 to 3 after two, but he
dominated the third period to win by an 11 to 8 score.
Eric Klasson ended the match with a default. Lehigh's Drew Keiser would not
wrestle, and was penalized four times for stalling, which resulted in his
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struggles to escape from the
grasp of Lehigh's Tom Sloand.
Goodill was subbing for Larry
Haughn, a 134-pounder who was
an NCAA qualifier last year.
Goodill was defeated when
Sloand scored a reversal late in
the match. Michigan lost to
Lehigh, 25 to 18.
Daily Photo by BRIAN MASCK'.
MEN'S GLEE CLUB
* Blue finishes second in own meet
By LARRY MISHKIN
Following a strong second place
finish in its own tournament, the
Wolverine Invitational, and a three
week break, the Michigan men's gym-
nastics team kicks off their 1981 season
by travelling to East Lansing this
weekend to participate in the Big Ten
The Wolverine gymnasts will face
stiff competition from Eastern and
Western Michigan, Indiana, Wisconsin,
and Michigan State in a meet that will
feature only indgvidual competition.
COACH NEWT LOKEN said, "This
type of meet is a good opener for the
winter semester in that it relieves the
team pressure and allows the in-
dividuals to give 100 percent of their
concentration to their own performan-
9ces. Also, there will be unlimited en-
tries so we will be able to enter several
kof our freshmen and reserves.
"This will be good for them since it
provides great stimulation towards
their continued workouts even though
their prospects of joining the varsity
squad are somewhat limited," Loken
Loken also commented on the outlook
for the rest of the season. "We're all
yfoking forward to the '81 phase of the
season Everybody appears to 'be in
fairly good health. Hopefully, the long
break didn't reduce anyone's con-
ditioning since they all worked out here
and back at their respective high
schools and clubs," he said.
THE TEAM WILL still be without the
services of Mike McKee who suffered a
fractured hand in the Iowa meet. He is
expected to remain out for another
eight to 12 weeks and will be replaced
by Mike McNelis.
In the Wolverine Invitational, held-on
December 13, the Wolverine gymnasts
pulled up 10 points short of the first
place Penn State team.
Top performers for Michigan in-
cluded first place finishes by Kevin
McKee in the floor exercises, Nevin
Hedlund on the pommel horse, and
-Darrell Yee on the rings. John
Rieckhoff turned in a strong third place
performance on the pommel horse and
Marshall Garfield placed third with a
good showing on the parallel bars. Gar-
field also finished third in the all-
Loken said he was pleased with the
team's performance and enjoyed the
tournament very much. "We hope to be
able to make this tournament an annual
event. Everyone enjoyed themselves
as well as the university's fine
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