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tennis team. Starting time
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Today's men's tennis match vs.
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The Michigan Daily
Saturday, April 2, 1983
TRIUMPHANT IN BIG TEN OPENER
Ne ters smash Wisconsin
By DOUGLAS B. LEVY
Michigan men's tennis commenced its Big Ten season
yesterday with a crushing, 7-2, victory over Wisconsin.
"I told you the other day that we were prepared for this
match," said a pleased Michigan coach Brian Eisner.
THE WOLVERINE singles players jumped all over the
Badgers led by senior captain Mark Mees. Mees annihilated
Steve Lovett, 6-0, 6-1 at first singles in a match that surprised
both coaches. "Steve's been playing very well recently," said
first year Badger coach Pat Klingelhoets.
"Lovett just came up with a bad match," said Eisner.
"That happens, but he's a good player. Today he was just
nervous and Mark played well."
At third, fourth, fifth and sixth singles the story was the
same. Tom Haney, who was not expected to play third singles
due to arm problems, downed Dan Arends, 6-3, 6-2. Eisner,
however, was so pleased with the senior's performance that
Haney will play second singles today against Minnesota.
FRESHMAN JIM Sharton continues to play well in the
fourth spot where he defeated Tom Annear, 6-4, 6-4. "Jim
played a good, mature, solid match today," said Eisner.
Rodd Schreiber blasted John Wayne at number five, 6-4, 6-
2. Last year in the Big Ten tournament Wayne defeated
Schreiber at number six singles, but the Michigan junior
from Flint is on top of his game. "Rodd just overpowered
Wayne," said Eisner.
"I shouldn't lose to anyone at fifth singles. I have so much
confidence that all I have to do is play my game. If I play my
game then I don't have to worry," said Schreiber.
FRESHMAN HUGH Kwok is also playing sound tennis as
he defeated Beany Welch, 6-2,6-2.
Michigan won two out of the three doubles matches to wrap;
up the victory. Mees and Haney beat Andy Ringlien and
Arends, 6-0, 7-5 at first doubles while Schreiber and Kwok
knocked off Wayne and Annear, 6-1, 6-4.
This afternoon Michigan hosts Minnesota at the Liberty
Racquet Club at 1:00 p.m. Two years ago the Golden Gophers
tied Michigan for the Big Ten championship and last year
tried to intimidate the Wolverines before the Minnesota home
"LAST YEAR was a real dirty affair. They tried to humble
us in front of their fans," said Schreiber. But Michigan won
an emotional match. "We proved to them who the class of Big
Ten is and let them crawl back into their holes. It's definitely
a good rivalry," said Schreiber.
Michigan is now, 6-10, 1-0 in the conference.
Mees believes that things are looking up for the Wolverines
as he said, "We took our lumps during the pre-conference
season, but it prepared us well."
Daily Photo by DAVID FRANKEL
Tom Haney shows noill-effects from an arm injury as he puts everything in-
to his forehand. Haney, as well as the Wolverines, had little trouble
registering the win.
Women n etters to meet
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By STEVE HUNTER
It's the old good news, bad news
situation for the women's tennis team
Good news; Michigan plays Notre
Dame today (1:00 p.m.) and Purdue
tomorrow (10:00 a.m.), and is the
favorite in both matches. Bad news; in
addition to Marian Kremer, Michigan's
previous number one singles player,
the current number two, three and four
singles player, and half the number two
doubles team are injured (Stephanie
Lightvoet, Paula Reichert, Jill Hertz-
man, and Juliet Naft, respectively).
ASIDE FROM Kremer, who will be
out for an indefinite period of time,
Lightvoet has the most serious injury
with inflamed knee ligaments. Coach
Ollie Owens considers 'her "doubtful"
for today's match, but thinks she may
Of course, Michigan has more good
news on its side, because Notre Dame
has injuries too. Number one singles for
the Irish, Susie Panther, has been suf-
fering from a bad back and is expected
to play at number five because of it.
Also, the number three for Notre Dame
has been out of a cast for only a short
Add the fact that the Irish are a
division II team in women's tennis and
have no seniors and only one junior in
their starting lineup, and things look
good for the Wolverines.
OWENS, HOWEVER, is not so sure of
victory. "I don't think it's going to be a
cakewalk or anything."
On the other hand, when asked if she
considered her team an underdog,
Notre Dame coach Sharon Petro
laughingly responded, "I think so. If we
can play some good tennis...I'll be hap-
Tomorrow's match against Purdue
will in all likelihood be a greater
challenge to the Wolverines.
OWENS SEES Purdue as an ob-
stacle, but not an insurmountable one.
"We're definitely going to have to be
ready to play." he said, but added "If
our lineup is healthy we should be able
Purdue, which finished fifth in the
Big Ten last year, is described by both
coaches as having good depth. Purdue
coach Carrie Meyer predicted "We'll
have some matches where we'll give
(Michigan) very good competition."
With all the injuries at Michigan and
the line-up shuffling at Purdue no one is
exactly sure where these good matches
will be, though, but one with great
potential is at number three singles.
HOPEFULLY, THE Wolverine's
Lightvoet will be healthy to square off
against Deb Mackey of the Boiler-
makers. What makes this match in-
teresting is that Mackey recently beat
Lightvoet's sister, who plays for EMU.
Lightvoet seems to take this in stride,
but said "I guess I sort of want to beat
the girl. It changes it a little."
As a team, Meyer described Purdue
as "eager", and Michigan seems to feel
the same way. Lightvoet predicted "I
think we'll do well in the Big Ten", and
with the conference schedule getting
under way for both teams, there will be
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