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Page 20-Friday, September 10, 1982-The Michigan Daily
ROOKIE COACH LECLAIR'S SQUAD OPENSTODA Y
Women invade the links

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By JESSE BARKIN
For rookie women's golf coach Sue LeClair, a wait-
and-see attitude is the only kind she could possibly have
as the lady linksters open their season today and Satur-
day in the Illinois State Invitational at Normal, Ill.
LeClair, a Michigan grad and Ann Arbor native, takes
over the coaching position that was vacated when Tom
Simon retired this summer after five years at the helm
of the Wolverines. Simon's retiring in the summer did
not give Athletic Director Don Canham much time to
look for a replacement, but he quickly decided on
LeClair, who has been a member of the Detroit Women's
District Golf Association for 34 years.
WHEN ASKED what she expects from the team this
year, LeClair optimistically replied, "I think the girls
are going to have a good time . . . and win some tour-
naments."
The latter will be decided as the season goes on, but for
now LeClair has little way of gauging her team's poten-
tial. After all, she has only been active for a week.
"I saw them for the first time Tuesday for nine holes,"
LeClair said, "and they played 18 today (Wed.). The
freshmen are very nervous coming to a new school,
trying to make a college team with college competition,
and everything (that goes with being a freshman)."

OF THE THREE returnees, senior Caryn Colbert is
expected to be the squad leader. Last season Colbert led
the Wolverines in scoring at two of the team's five tour-
naments, the Indiana and Spartan Invitationals, and
finished in a tie for 27th at the Michigan Association for
Intercollegiate Athletics for Women's Championships
with a score of 171.
"I only saw her yesterday for nine," said LeClair,
"but she's got a beautiful golf swing. I think she'll do
well this year."
Sandy Barron and Doris Gallo are also ex-
pected to add experience and LeClair said she likes what
she's seen from them, especially the hard work put in by
Barron. "Sandy worked hard on her swing all summer
and should do well," predicted LeClair.
GOING INTO today's match, LeClair decided to use
freshmen Luane Cherney, Julie Fremuth and Jean
Schuster to round out the team.
Even with the team's inauspicious beginnings, LeClair
is very high on her appointment, and said she is serious
about improving the women's golf program. "My objec-
tive is to bring Michigan's women's golf team up to the
same competitive level as other University of Michigan
athletic teams.
"The golf program hasn't done much yet," she con-
tinued, "and I'm hoping to do something about it. I think
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Mike Schmidt (right) sends Ryne San-
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(left) lays low.

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