Michigan Relays track meet today
Track and Tennis Building
Prelims 1 p.m., Finals 7 p.m.
Crisler Arena, 2:00 p.m. today
The Miehigan Daily
Saturday, January 21, 1984
By KATIE BLACKWELL
Special to the Daily
KALAMAZOO - A misdirected puck
straight from a broken play floated
between the pads of Michigan goalie,
Mark Chiamp, to notch a 5-4 overtime
victory for Western Michigan last night'
at Lawson Arena.
Sophomore Chris Seychel sent the
game into overtime with a twelve-foot
slapshot that rang the bell with fourteen
seconds left in the battle.
THE OPENING period marked an in-
tense duel for control between the
Wolverines and the Broncos. Rough
play, late hits, and cheap shots marred
the action. As the period went on, the
firework3 intensified with three
Michigan loses in
Michigan-Western altercations on the
ice that followed an on-target slapshot
by Michigan's Jim McCauley that was
snagged by Bronco goalie Glenn Healy.
In between scuffles, McCauley found
the net again, this time to chalk up the
first goal of the game at 12:52 into the
The bell rang, ending round one with
scoreboard showing Michigan clearly
in control of the game despite the 1-0
BRONCO RIGHT winger Dan Dorian
tied the game at 9:38 and extended his
scoring streak to 30 games. Dorian took
a pass from Troy Thrun and danced his
way, unscathed, past Michigan defen-
der John DeMartino to put the first
Bronco goal of the period past Chiamp's
Ray Dries countered with a goal from
the left corner a minute later, only to
see his effort shown up by Lance John-
ston. With the Michigan players headed
toward Bronco territory Johnston
found himself in the middle of a pass.
There was clear ice to the Michigan
goal. The Western Michigan center
skated at Chiamp and faked him out at
the right side, slipping in another tying
The first two periods saw thirteen
penalties assessed, eight of which were,
THE THIRD period calmed down,
but saw the Broncos take charge with
two straight goals giving them the lead
for the first time in the evening, 4-2. At
15:31,; Ray Dries, waiting at the right
corner of the net, found the puck at his
skates and hooked it in to pull the
Wolverines to within one.
Seychel's slapshot sent a breathtaker
into overtime and seemed to give the
Wolverines the momentum once again.
In the overtime stanza, Michigan flir-
ted with the Bronco net. Several oppor-
tunities to clinch the game were stolen
by fine defensive play from Healy. The
junior goaltender robbed Dries of a hat
trick by an outstretched glove that nab-
bed a hard slapshot.
Credit for the game-winning goal
went to Ypsilanti native Troy Thrun,
who was cut from Michigan's squad in
Fall of 1981.
Thnrun-ed for a loss
Scoring: 1. M-McCauley (dries, Seychel) 12:52.
Penalties: WMU-Culhane (highsticking) 3:51;
WMU-McDonald (cross-checking) 4:27; M-Mclntire
(roughing after whistle) 6:39; WMU-Johannesken
(roughing after whistle) 6:39; M-Seychel (inter-
more to come...
Scoring: 1. WMU-Doron (Thrun, Johannese"
9:38; 2. M-Dries (McCauley. P. Goff) 10:36;_,-3
WMU Johnston (unassisted) 17:51.
Penalties: M-Kobylarz (roughing) 11:39;
WMU-Ryan (roughing) 11:39; M-McNab
(roughing after the whistie) 8:40: WMU-Orhin
(roughing after the whistle) 8:40; M-Stiles
(slashing) 15:03; WMU-Ryan (hooking) 15:03:
M.P. Goff (roughing) 19:50; WMU-Crossmn
Scoring: 3. WMU-Crossman (Gagne, CulhaIn)
8:41; 4. WMU-Johnston (ThrunBryden) 13:453.
M-Dries (Brauer, McCauley) 15:31; 4. M-Seychel
(McCauley, Bjorkman) 19:46.
Scoring: 5. WMU-Thrun (Dorian, Gagne) 4:34.
Mc(aulev and Dries
. .. early scores negated
Streaking AP Photo
Red Wings' goalie Greg Stephan managed to deflect this shot by Minnesota's Dino Ciccarelli, but Detroit lost anyway,
8-5. The loss was the eighth in a row for theWings. See story, page 8.
WOMEN TAKE FIRST:
Blue gymnasts improve
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Strong all-around performances by Merrick Horn and
Gavin Meyerovitz helped the young Michigan men's gym-
nastics team to its best performances of the season as the
Wolverines put out a fine effort in losing to Big Ten power
Although Michigan finished second to Minnesota in every
} event, the tumblers finished with a season high composite of
261.45, Minnesota finished with 268.35.
SENIOR AND team captain Horn finished third overall,
taking a first in the parallel bar and floor exercise. Team-
mate Meyerovitz finished a hair behind Horn to take fourth
overall including a second in vaulting. Meyerovitz scored a
perfect 9.5 on a handspring-front in the vaulting and finished
strong on the other events.
Women gyrmnnasts grab first
The Michigan women's gymnastics team had its second
and last home meet last night, taking first place from
Wisconsin and Eastern Michigan with a total score of 170.45.
Wisconsin finished with a total of 161.65.
Coach Hyatt was pleased with the team's overall perfor-
mance, saying it was their best performance of the season.
She did add'that she would have liked their score to be a little
higher at this point in the season to make sure the team
makes it to the Regionals.
Hyatt said part of the reason that the score was lower than
their average of 173.00, was that the women were competing
in front of friends and family. Hyatt said, "The girls get
really nervous at home, overnervous. This doesn't happen on
Kathy Beckwith, took first place in vaulting on the beam
and in the all-around events. She also placed second in the '
parallel bars with an overall score of 35.3. She was extremely
happy with her performance, especially on the floor.
Michigan's Andrea Scully also took first place in the floor
exercises with a score of 8.95.
- Susan Warner
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