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The Michigan Daily

Tuesday, April 13, 1982



Badgers end netters' win streak


A Michigan win streak of 34-
consecutive Big Ten matches has been
brought to an end by the Badgers of
Wisconsin as they downed the
Wolverine netters, 5-4, in Wisconsin's
Nielsen Tennis Center Saturday.
"We have not been doing the job in
singles," said Michigan coach Brian
Eisner. "When it got right to the point
where we had to cash in to win the mat-
ch, we were very tentative and it's very
PLAYING IN the number-one singles
spot against Wisconsin was Mark Mees
who went down in a three-set defeat to
Steve Lovett, 6-4, 3-6, 6-4.
Senior netter Michael Leach came
through for Michigan, though, as he
defeated Wisconsin's Andy Ringlien, 6-
4,7-6. .
The tide turned 'back towards
Wisconsin for the next three matches,
however, as Paul Van Walleghem over-
took Michigan's Bill Godfrey, 7-5, 4-6, 6-
4. Next, the Wolverines' Ross Laser suf-
fered a loss at the hands of Dicky
Browne, 6-4 4-6, 6-3, and senior Ihor
Debryn also lost to Badger Dan Arends
by the score of 4-6, 6-4, 7-5.
MICHIGAN'S Rodd Schreiber pulled
out another win for the Wolverines from
the sixth singles spot by overturning
John Wayne, 7-6, 4-6, 7-6.
Tom Haney was absent from singles

action against Wisconsin as a result of
an ankle he injured in Michigan's mat-
ch against Minnesota (played the
previous night).
It is questionable whether Haney will
be ready to play singles for tomorrow's
match -against Michigan State. He is
presently only seeing doubles action.',.
"THERE IS no question that we
missed Tom Haney in our singles lineup
and he was only playing about 50% in
his doubles," said Eisner, "but we still
should have beaten Wisconsin."
In the doubles matches the number
one team of Leach and Mees were
dominant and defeated Wisconsin's
Van Walleghem and Ringlien with a
sweeping two-set score of 6-2, 6-2.
In the'number-two spot Haney and
Debryn did not fare as well as they went
down to Lovett and Wayne, 6-2, 6-4.
MICHIGAN'S number-three team of
Godfrey and Schreiber held their own
against the Badger twosome of Arends
and Clint Watson and emerged vic-
torious with a score of 6-3, 6-4.
"All four singles matches that we lost
were three setters and all were very
close.," said Eisner. "Again, like the
Minnesota match, we put ourselves
down 4-2 after the singles and you can't
expect all three doubles teams to bail
you out every time."
The last time Michigan lost a Big Ten
match was on April 16, 1978 when it lost
to Wisconsin in a battle that mirrored
Saturday's with the Badgers coming
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out on top by the score of 5-4.,
Saturday's match was only Eisner's
fourth Big Ten loss. His Big Ten career
mark now stands at 109-4.
Women netters win
To say that the Michigan women's
tennis team beat Ohio State last Sunday
would be an understatement, indeed.
Regardless of whether matches, sets or
games are counted it all adds up to the
same thing-a Michigan rout.
The Wolverines won all nine matches,
18 of 19 sets and outscored the Buckeyes
109-44 in games. The win upped
Michigan's record to 6-2, 4-2 in the Big
AT FIRST singles, Marian Kremer
impioved her season's record to 8-0
with a convincing 6-2, 6-2 victory over
Ohio State's Kathleen Coleman. At the
number'two position, Mary Mactaggart
routed the Buckeyes' Christie Turdo, 6-
2, 6-0. Mactaggart's record now stands
at 7-1.
The Wolverines' third singles player,
Jill Hertzman, came as close to perfec-
tion as a player can, as she dropped but

one game against Nan Koran,6-1, 6-0.
At the fourth singles slot, Michigan's
Jane Silfen also blanked her opponept
in the second set, but-did not win the fir-
st set as convincingly as did Hertzman.
Silfen downed CathyBrown,6-4,6-0. ,
KAREN Milczarski lost more games
than any other Michigan singles player,
yet still won convincingly over Linda
Saumby, 6-2,6-4.
Juliet Naft completed the Michigan
sweep in singles by beating Becky
Webb, 6-2, 6-2.
Kremer and Silfen teamed at first
doubles to trounce Coleman and Turdo,
6-3, 6-2. Mactaggart and Robbie Risden
kept the Wolverines on their winning
ways by downing Koran and Saumby,'-
1, 7-5.
And then there was the third doubles
match which brought an end to
Michigan's shutout. Not in matches, but
in sets. The Wolverines' Betsy Shapiro
and Lisa Noferi took the first set again-
st Webb and Kelly Custenborder, before
dropping the next set 1-6. But the
Buckeyes' success was -short-lived as
Shapiro and Noferi came back to win
the final set, and the match, 6-3.

Daily Photo by JEFF SCHRIER
MICHIGAN'S IHOR DEBRYN, shown here April,5, against Miami (O.),
did not fare too well in Saturday night's meet with Wisconsin. Debryn not
only lost in singles competition to the Badger's Dan Arends, but also teamed
with Tom Haney to drop a doubles match to Wisconsin's Steve Lovett and
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