Club Sports Roundup,
"We started out really good but we had some injuries," said Michigan's
Jon Reed. "Now we're falling off because some of our top bgwlers are gone."
The club posts a 56-42 record to date which places the team in second place
in the out-state division.
Last Sunday's meet saw the Wolverines downed by Michigan State.
"The scores were really low because of the lane conditions," explained
Reed. "The conditions were atrocious."
The club consists of seniors Mike Blied, who averages 188, John Blake
and Mark Hassig, both averaging 193, and Dave Witty. Jon Reed is the only
junior member of the team and posted an average of 201 prior to the
Michigan State match. Joe Wander and Ken Clayton are the sophomore
members of the team and Ray Wright is the only freshman on the club. Chris
Nesbitt was another freshman member of the Wolverine club and boasted a
196 average before he went out with a broken collarbone. Chris Wu represen-
ts the only graduate student in the club.
The team will soon compete in a Michigan Intercollegiate Bowling Con-
ference and also has a Sectional Qualifier scheduled for February 12 and 13.
According to Reed, "Everybody in the state of Michigan and Ohio come to
"Everybody comes to the meets and you bowl against two teams," ex-
plained Reed. "You bowl against two opponents with a win worth two points
and a tie worth one point. The total pins are added up and the highest team
gets the appropriate amount of points. This is done twice against each team.
"Some of the tougher'competitors in the league," continued Reed, "are
Michigan State, Saginaw Valley State, Wayne State, (sixth in the nation) and
Michigan's Dearborn campus team."
The men's volleyball club had this past weekend off but is scheduled to
participate in a quadrangle tournament at Purdue in the near future. The
team will compete with Cincinnati, Ball State and Purdue in the tourney.
"We've played Purdue and Cincinnati, and they were no problem," said
McFadden. "Ball State will be the most challenging team."
The club's second squad has a quadrangle meet scheduled at Notre
Dame, which matches them up against the Fighting Irish, Bowling G'reen,
Calvin College and Oakland University. "The main challenge will probably
be Notre Dame and Bowling Green," said Michigan's Martin McFadden.
"We're really looking forward to it."
The racquetball team came out on top last Saturday over Michigan State
and Eastern Michigan in a Michigan Intercollegiate tournament sponsored
Michigan posted a total point score of 36, Eastern came in second with
28, and Michigan State fell to last with 26 points.
Larry Fox took first place in the first singles category, Lee Bentsen
walked away with a first place at second singles, and Vince Mack and Mark
Richardson took a first place in the doubles category.
The women's team also competed in the tournament. Kim Boylan came
away with a second place in the first singles competition, Sue Saccaro took
third in the second singles, and Nancy Glass and her partner came up with a
third in the doubles competition.
The Club Sports Roundup relates briefly the activities of the
Michigan club sports during the previous week. This week's infor-
mation was compiled by Daily sports writer Tam Bentley.
SPOR TS OF THE DAIL Y
chigan Daily-Tuesday, January 26, 1982-Page 11
Wrestlers take weekend
By JEFF QUICKSILVER
The Michigan grapplers extended
their record to 8-2 and successfully
completed a weekend sweep over
Illinois and Purdue by turning back the
Boilermakers, 25-19, Sunday afternoon.
As had been the case less than 24
hours earlier against Illinois, the grap-
plers were again forced to depend on
late victories by seniors Pat McKay
and Eric Klasson to pull out a come-
from-behind win. McKay decisioned
Curt Angell, 10-9, in the 190-pound
weight class to knot the team score at
19-19, and heavyweight Klasson
followed by pinning ,John Zordani at
4:17 in the decisive match for the
SOPHOMORE All-American Joe
McFarland opened the meet for the
Wolverines by pinning Purdue's Dave
Oros at 1:32. McFarland, ranked third
in the nation in the 118-pound weight
class, will be a starter on the East team
in the East-West All-Star Meet held in,.
Bethlehem, Penn. on February 1.
Junior Larry Haughn (126 pounds)
increased the Wolverine lead to 9-0'with
a 6-3 decision over the Boilermakers'
Ted Patacsil. After sophomore Bill
Goodill (with a 9-7 slate this season)
lost a superior decision to Purdue's Jeff
Tolbert at 134 pounds, junior Lou Milani
suffered his second loss of the weekend
in a 9-0 major decision to Purdue's Pete
Feldmeir. The superior and major
decision victories by the Boilermakers
in the 134- and 142-pound weight classes
erased the Michigan lead, tying the
score at 9-9.
JUNIOR JOHN Beljan (10-6) then put
OHIO STATE, Jan. 28, 8:00 p.m.
at Illinois, Jan. 30, 4:05 p.m.
EASTERN MICHIGAN, Jan. 26,
WAYNE STATE, Jan. 30, 2:00 p.m.
at Western Michigan, Feb. 2
BOWLING GREEN, Jan. 29, 7:30 p.m.
at Bowling Green, Jan. 30, 7:30 p.m.
at Michigan State, Jan. 29, 7:30 p.m.
at Indiana, Jan. 29, 7:30 p.m.
INDIANA, Jan. 30, 2:00 p.m.
at Ohio State, Jan. 29-30
Windy City Invitational, at Chicago,
C Jan. 30
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Western Michigan Relays at
College Association Meet at Ohio State,
Jan. 30, 9:00 a.m.
the grapplers back on top, 12-9, with a
rallying triumph over Frank Patacsil,
at 150 pounds. Beljan fell behind early,
5-0, but fought back to edge Patacsil, 6-
But Bahr and his wrestlers did not
- have long to celebrate their regained
advantage. After taking an early 5-2
lead over Purdue's Dave Lilovich in the
158-pound class, senior Nemir Nadhir
was forced to default due to a rib injury.
WITH THE Wolverines now trailing,
15-12, freshman Scott Rechsteiner
proceeded to turn in his finest perfor-
mance of the season. Rechsteiner (8-10-
1) took a 9-0 major decision over
Boilermaker freshman Joe Skryd. The
win put Michigan ahead, 16-15.
Although freshman Richard Zboray
dropped a 17-7 decision to Purdue's
John Marley at 177 pounds to give the
Boilermakers the lead once again at 19-
16, the victories by McKay and Klasson.
clinched it for the Wolverines.
Women cugers lose big
The Michigan women's basketball
team wound up last week's three-game
road trip with consecutive blowout
losses to both Kentucky, 98-71 on Satur-
day and Notre Dame, 78-41, on Sunday.
One of the few bright spots for the
Wolverines during the weekend was the
scoring of forward Peg Harte, who led
the team with efforts of 27 and 12 points
against the Wildcats and Fighting Irish,
Michigan coach Gloria Soluk had only
kind words for her standout freshman.
"No matter what the score," the coach
said, "even if we come up on the short
end, she's always a winner because she
gives 110 percent." -DAVID FORMAN
Women trackers win
Michigan's women's track team con-
tinued on its successful pace Saturday,
as it raced to victory in the Western
Michigan Invitational. The Wolverine
thinclads accumulated 145 points, 26
more than the second-place Broncos
and 28 better than Eastern Michigan,
which finished third.
IN THE distances, Michigan came
away with a first-place tie in the 1,500-
meter run and a fifth-place finish in the
5,000-meter run. Juniors Melanie
Weaver and Sue Frederick crossed the
finish line together in 4:32.56 to win the
1,500. Graduate student Julie Clifford
finished the 5,000 in 18:13.34.
Besides Weaver and Frederick, four
other Wolverines and two relay teams
Senior Penny Neer, formerly a
basketball player and normally a
discus thrower, heaved the shot put
44'7" to win the event and set a new
Other Wolverine victors included
long jumper Lorrie Thornton, who
leaped 19'7/4", Dawn Woodruff, who
finished the 600-meter dash in 1:37.73,
and Brenda Kazinec, who registered a
time of 40.08 in the 300-meter dash.
The winning Wolverine relays were
the 4x200-meter team of Cathy Sharpe,
Melody Middleton, Thornton, and
Kazinec, and the 4x400-meter team of
Frederick, Woodruff, Kathy Kampen-
and Kazinec. The 4x200 team finished in
1:43.56, while the 4x400 team was
clocked in 4:00.37.-
- -JIM DWORMAN
Beckwith leads gymnasts
For the second consecutive week,
sophomore sensation Kathy Beckwith
captured firsts in every event and won
the all-around competition, as the
Michigan women's gymnastics team
defeated Western Michigan and. Kent
State last Saturday at Kalamazoo.
The win raised the Wolverines'
record to 9-1, but more importantly,
their total of 135.5 marked the highest
point total for an away meet this
season. This distinction is critical
because it is the combined score of a
team's best home total and its best
away mark that determines whether or
no: it qualifies for regional competition,:
Women tankers win three
Wisconsin may be beating up o0V
Michigan's major sports teams this
year, but the Wolverine women tankers
came through for'the Maize and $he
with a 77-72 win over the Badgers op;
Saturday. They then went on to a pair of
Sunday victories, one over North-,
western, 87-60, and the other versus thti
Schroeder Swim Team, 90-59.
TWO MORE double-winners, Melit-
da Copp and Tami Paumier, saved the
Wolverines from defeat with -their;
stong performances. Copp took first'
in the 400-yard individual medley and,
the 200-yard backstroke, while Paumia;
arrived ahead of the packs in the 5Q-
yard and 200-yard breaststroke events.
The- strong diving of Diane Dudeck
and Vicki Kimball was also instrume -;
tal in the tankers' win, as Dudeck ani
Kimball finished 1-2 in the one-meter
competition, and Kimball won th$
three-meter competition with Dudeci
capturing a third.
Lloyd swam all-time personal beso
in both the 100-yard and 200-yard
breaststrokes -KARL WHEATLEY:,
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2. North Carolina (20) 14-1 1,134
3. Virginia (9)........... 18-1 1,101
4. DePaul ................ 16-1 995
5. Texas (1) ..............14-0 949
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7. Kentucky ............ 12-3 730
8. Oregon St............ 14-2 695
9. San Francisco ........ 17-2 621
10. Minnesota ............12-3 618
11. Idaho................ 16-1 524
12. Arkanss ............ 13-2 512
13. Alabama ......... 14-2 477
14. Kansas St............14-2 428
15. Tennessee ............. 13-3 338
16. Tulsa .................. 13-3 334
17. North Carolina St....... 15-3 211
18. Wake Forest .........13-3 157
19: Fresno St............. 15-1 69
20. Villanova ...,.....13-3 66
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Georgetown 72, Villanova 56
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7. Oregon St................ 14-2
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