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SPORTS
The Michigan Daily 'Tuesday', November 25, 1980 Page7

AII-Ameritrunn

Harriers seventh in NCAA meet

By JOHN FITZPATRICK
Paced by a number of solid individual
efforts, the Michigan men's cross coun-
try team finished seventh in Monday's
NCAA meet at Wichita, Kansas, with a
total of 243 points. It was Michigan's
best finish ever in this meet.
The -winning team, the University of
Texas at El Paso, (UTEP), was led by
Tanzanian Suleiman Nyambui, a 29-
year-old junior, who won a race
dominated by foreign runners. UTEP
was a class above the other schools in
this meet, as the Miners garnered 79
points, far ahead of the 152 of second
place Arkansas.
Michigan's Dan Heikkinen ran what
Coach Ron Warhurst described as a

"super race" to finish as the second
American, in ninth place overall, thus
achieving All-American status for the
second consecutive year in this meet.
Teammate Brian Diemer also became
an All-American by virtue of his
placing among the top 25 American
finishers, in thirty-eighth overall.
Rounding out the top runners for the
Wolverines were Dave Lewis in 57th,
Gary Parenteau in 81st, and Bill
Weidenbach in 110th.
"We ran really well," said Warhurst.
"Last year we finished thirteenth and
that had been our best performance
ever in the nationals. To better that this
year is quite an achievement."
Taking advantage of a flat, fast cour-
se, which Warhurst described as
''several monotonous loops with a few
good hills thrown in", and a cool, sunny
day ideal for distance running, the lead
pack took off from the starting line at a
furious pace. The leaders passed the
mile mark in an eye-popping 4:16, with
Heikkinen (4:22) and Diemer (4:26)
right behind. Very few changes in
position took place in the latter stages

of the race, as the runners raced again-
st the clock more than each other.
Nyambui, a silver medalist in the
5,000 meters at last summer's Olym-
pics, and a seasoned international
competitor who has run the second
fastest 5,000 in history (13:12.3), had lit-
tle trouble handling the pressures of a
championship meet like this.

Rounding out the top ten teams were
Penn State in third (154 points), East
Tennessee in fourth (189), UCLA in fifth
(207) Western Kentucky in sixth (233),
Michigan, Clemson in eight (287),
Iowa State in ninth (303), and
Michigan's arch-rival, Indiana, in tenth
(305).

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By CHUCK JAFFE
The Michigan wrestling team, behind five sparkling in-
dividual efforts, placed second behind Ohio State in the Ohio
Open, held in Dayton last weekend. The grapplers were led
by Eric Klasson, Rob Rechsteiner, and Joe McFarland, all of
whom placed first in their individual weight classes.
Freshman McFarland was superb for the Wolverines,
defeating last year's junior college national champ on the
way to the finals. In the finals, McFarland stunned Doug
Smith of Western Michigan, in a 6 to 4 decision. Smith was a
national preseason favorite in the 118-pound weight class,
and is ranked among the top eight wrestlers in the nation.
AT 142 POUNDS, Mark Pearson placed fourth for the
Wolverines. Pearson, a junior, faced some of the stiffest
competition in the tournament.
The 177 pound competition was won by Rob Rechsteiner.
Rechsteiner, who is known as "the Rock," defeated Ed

Potokar of Ohio State in the finals, by a 3 to 2 margin.
Pat McKay placed third in the 190-pound class for the
Wolverines. McKay finished with the most pins of any
Michigan wrestler, putting his opponents down for the count
in four different matches.
Co-captain Eric Klasson was the winner of the
heavyweight division. Klasson defeated Jeff ,Golz of Ohio
State in the finals. This marked a rematch of last year's Big
Ten championship, in which Klasson defeated Golz. This
match also had national significance, because Golz is ranked
third in the nation, while Klasson is ranked fifth.
The Wolverines will face Michigan State in a dual meet
tomorrow in East Lansing starting at 7 p.m. In the meet, the
Wolverines will probably be without the services of Bob Siar,
who has been having problems making weight requirements.
Taking his place at 134-pounds will be either senior Jim
Mathias or freshman Bill Goodill.

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