PQge 12 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, February 17,1
for women's basketball coach Gloria
Soluk, there is nothing she would like
,,More than a spring break. A break in
der team's ten-game losing streak, that
;The Wolverines travel to Illinois today
itqtake on the Fighting Illini, a team
tot beat them 67-66 three weeks ago at
Crisler Arena. On Sunday Michigan
,tavels to West Lafayette to take on the
,Purdue Boilermakers. The Boiler-
makers topped the Wolverines 64,49 at
Crisler last month.
The Wolverines entertain two of the
top teams in the conference next week.
The Indiana Hoosiers invade Crisler
February 24 for a 7:00 p.m. contest and
Ohio State will battle the Wolverines on
February 26 at 2:00 p.m.
- ROB POLLARD
Michigan men's swim coach Jon
Urbanchek is taking his team's meet
Saturday against Michigan State very
lightly. In fact, Urbanchek is almost
ignoring the meet against the cross-
state rival Spartans.
"State does not have a very strong
team and we are cutting back on our
yardage in preparation for the Big Ten
Championships," said Urbanchek.
"Most of our athletes won't even be
swimming their own events in this
Urbanchek expects to go into the Big
Ten Meet, March 1-3 in Indianapolis
with a 6-1 dual meet record including
wins over Iowa, Ohio State, and
- MIKE REDSTONE
"The gals are starting to yell and
scream and hoot," said swim coach
Peter Lindsay, who is preparing his
team for the Big Ten Championships in
Milwaukee next weekend.
Michigan figures to place anywhere
between second and sixth, behind
favored Ohio State. The Wolverines will
draw their strength in diving, the in-
dividual medley, and the medley relay.
Senior Susan Cahill has s shot for a Big
Ten title in the 400-individual medley if
she can hold back OSU's Theresa
As for the rest of the team, they get to
pig out on cookies, pancakes, and pasta
as part of a carbohydrate diet to get the
energy up for Milwaukee. "But no
brewery tours," said Lindsay. "That's
not part of my taper."
- PAULA SCHIPPER
The women's gymnastic team will
travel to Bloomington Saturday for a
7:00 p.m. meet vs. Indiana before jour-
nying to Baton Rouge to meet LSU on
Indiana is 5-13 this year, but is on a
comeback trail after injuries hurt the
team early in the season. Both Indiana
and Michigan are looking for a spot in
the regional tournament this March 23
and 24. Michigan will be seeking
revenge because; as coach Sheri Hyatt
said, "We'd like to do well at Indiana as
they edged us out last year for
- SUSIE WARNER
While the men's gymnastic team will
join the hordes of students heading
south for spring break, the Wolverines
won't be hitting the beaches.
Instead they will be competing again-
st the Southeastern Conference's finest,
traveling to Georgia on Feb. 18 and LSU
on Feb. 24.
"These two meets provide a chance
to test ourselves outside the Big Ten."
said coach Bob Darden. "This will be
the culmination of our preparatio'ns; fo
Big Ten Championships (March 10);-
- DAN COVEN
The Michigan women's softball team
will head off to the sunny skies and
beaches of California on Sunday to
begin a six-day, 10-game tour against
some of the best of the West. The
Wolverines will confront U.S. Inter-
national, San Diego State, Dominquez
Hills, UCLA (ranked second in th
nation) and San Diego in a series of
Of prime concern for Michigan will
be getting a set lineup for the regular
season. Coach Bob DeCarolis will be
doing a lot of juggling of players and
positions, particularly on the pitching
mound. The Wolverines currently have
three Freshman and one transfer
student trying to make the starting
- TIM MAKINEN
The Michigan wrestling team has a
busy vacation ahead of it, but what bet-
ter way to spend it than sweating, wat-
ching your weight and wrestling. The
fun begins Saturday night when they
host Ohio State at 7:30 p.m. and con-
tinues through the weekend, when they
face Wisconsin on Sunday, also at
Crisler at 2:00 p.m.
"Ohio State is a solid team, but I
think our guys should be able to handle
them," said Michigan head coach Dale
Bahr. Wisconsin, on the other hand,
looks to be much tougher. Michigan
captain Joe McFarland describes them
as "a good team" adding, "they were
ranked as high as third nationally
earlier in the year."
After that, its on to the Big Tens
(February 25-26) where the Wolverine1
hope to vie for the upper division of the
conference and send as many wrestlers
as possible to the NCAA tournament.
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