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Netmen crush K
By SCOTT SALOWICH
Aggressive tennis is back in town now
that Michigan's men's tennis team has
returned from Texas to sweep
Kalamazoo College clean in its home
"I was very, very pleased with our
performance," said coach Brian
Eisner, "not just that we won 9-0, but
with the way we competed."
EISNER SAID HE had been concer-
ned about his team's emotional level
during the Texas trip but that playing
at home helped raise the Wolverines'
Team captain Ross Laser shared
"It feels good to be back," Laser said.
"The team has a lot of enthusiasm and I
feel real positive about our program
and the guys on the team."
LASER, playing number-two singles,
defeated NCAA Division III All-
American Todd Bottorff in straight
sets, 6-2, 6-1, and saidthe team's en-
thusiasm has "made a real difference"
in his game.
There was no shortage of emotion in
the number-four singlesbmatch either.
Wolverine Rodd Schreiber beat Phil
Harrington in a hotly-contested, hard-
hitting match between two power
players. Schreiber and Harrington ex-
changed call disputes, verbal outbursts
-and booming serves before the
Michigan senior clinched the win, 6-2, 1-
I came out with a virus and felt kind
of flat," said Schreiber, "and this
frustrated me at the beginning. But
when I use my temper positively, it
works for me and that's what happened
JIM SHARTON, Michigan's first
singles player, overcame an early
scare to defeat Kalamazoo's other
division III All-American Tim Corwin.
Corwin came out fast and took the first
set 6-1 before Sharton got back on his
game to take the next two, 6-2, 6-3.
"I was a little tight today at the start
and he just took it better," said Shar-
ton. "He's a very good player, and if
you don't get off to a good start against
a very good player you're in trouble."
Sophomore Hugh Kwok, playing
number-six singles, and freshman Todd
Cohen, at number five, impressed
Eisner with their easy victories. Kwok
displayed great quickness and agility in
blowing out Chris Stokes, 6-0, 6-1, and
Cohen also won handily, 6-2, 6-2.
"I got off to a good start today and
moved my feet well, said Cohen. "My
confidence is moving up."
Women netters at EMU
When Michigan and Eastern
Michigan tangle this afternoon in
women's tennis, the pressure will be on
The Wolverines are 2-6 and need a
win to get their seven-match road trip
started on a winning note. Eastern, 4-0
after a rain-soaked Florida trip, will
feel added pressure from playing a Big
Ten team. The match begins at 3 p.m.
in Ypsilanti at Chippewa Valley Raquet
"WE ALWAYS look forward to
playing Michigan," said EMU's fourth-
year head coach, Claudie Wasik.
"Michigan is always a tough team. I'm
anxious to see how we respond to that
At No. 1 singles, Michigan's Mary
Mactaggart will go against longtime
rival, -Kathy Horton. The two seniors
have met twice in their college careers
and a few times earlier in junior tennis
competition. Mactaggart has won
every time without yielding a set.
"You can never be too confident with
Kathy," Mactaggart said. "She's a
good player." Horton is 3-1 this year
and Mactaggart is 8-5.
At No. 2 singles, the Wolverines'
Paula Reichert (5-8) will meet un-
defeated junior, Stacy Lightvoet, sister
of former Wolverine, Stephanie Light-
Tomorrow's match against Calvin
College has been cancelled and is being
rescheduled. -PHIL NUSSEL
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By CHRIS GERBASI and1
High hopes, fond memories and a
few regrets will follow Michigan'
track and cross country coach Fran-
cie Goodridge when she leaves her
duties here to take a similar position
at Wake Forest in the fall.
Goodridge and her husband, John,
will coach the men's and women's
cross country and distance relay
teams for the Deacons. Goodridge
will remain at Michigan through the
outdoor season and Olympic
training, but the coming move won't
be an easy one.
"I KNEW that my husband had
wanted to get back to college
coaching since last summer. It was
a family decision, I wouldn't want to
leave this program or this team,
otherwise," she said. "I'll not only r
be leaving the team, which is like a
second family to me, but I'll also be
leaving my home, because I was
born and raised here."
The Goodridge's are looking forward to
taking over young, developing
teams at Wake Forest, and -the
Deacon's athletic director, Dr. Gene
Hooks, is pleased to get the pair.
"We feel great to get them and feel
we were fortunate to land them," he
Goodridge announced her decision
to the team on the bus ride back
from the Big Tens two weeks ago.
"I think it was a shock to
everyone," said sophomore Joyce
Wilson. "She had just gotten the job
a few years ago. It came all of a sud-
den. She helped me and gave me
confidence along with (assistant-
coach) James Henry. She had a good
relationship with everyone."
rTve learned as much under her
as I would have under anyone else,"
said Henry. "she's given me the oppor-
tunity to use a lot of my ideals, but
she also showed me a lot."
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