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March 27, 1985 - Image 7

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Men's Tennis
vs. Eastern Michigan
Sunday, 1:00 p.m.
Huron Valley Tennis Club


Women's Tennis
vs. Miami of Ohio
Friday, 7:30 p.m.
Huron Valley Tennis Club

The Michigan Daily Wednesday, March 27, 1985 Page 7
Batsmen bust rand alley in opener

It wasn't Texas and it wasn't 80
degrees, but the change in scenery
didn't seem to hurt the baseball team a
bit yesterday. Strong pitching and
decent hitting allowed Michigan to
waltz through a doubleheader with
Grand Valley at Ray Fisher Stadium.
The Wolverines picked up 5-3 and 7-
victories to run their record to 11-0.
Head coach Bud Middaugh used the
twinbill as an opportunity to continue
testing his younger players and
juggling his lineup, as 25 Wolverines
saw action, including five pitchers in
the second game.
"We used an awful lot of people, and I
.. want to continue to give as much ex-
perience to the younger players as I can
x right now," explained Middaugh.
IN THE FIRST game, sophomore
';. Dave Karasinski made his second start
of the year and picked up his second
win. Laker Greg Suhajda tagged
Karasinski for his fourth home run of
the year in the first inning, but that was
the only hit the left hander yielded in his
three inning stint.
Grand Valley's lead was then erased
f in Michigan's half of the first when Ed-
die Woolwine led off with a single, and
after Barry Larkin walked and 'Ken
Hayward dribbled an infield hit to
short, scored when Casey Close lofted a

short fly to center. Larkin went to third
on the same play, but the Wolverine
rally was cut short when Larkin was
caught at the plate in an attempted
double steal to end the inning.
Michigan scored all the runs they
would need in the second inning. After
Dan Disher flied out, Matt Siuda
reached on an error and went to third
on a perfect hit-and-run single by
second baseman C.J. Beshke.
SIUDA SCORED on a Randy Wolfe,
bounce out, Woolwine walked, and he
and Beshke pulled off a double steal to
set up Chris Gust's two RBI single. Gust
was out trying for second.
Freshman Jim Agemy came on to
pitch for Michigan in the fourth and
proved to be a little nervous in his home
debut. Agemy gave up lone runs in the
fourth and sixth, and had to be bailed
out in that sicth inning when he loaded
the bases and walked a run in. Greg
Everson came on in relief and escaped
further trouble to earn his first save of
the season.
"He was in front of the home crowd,
and he was just overthrowing," said
Middaugh of Agemy. "He might have
just tightened up in the wind, but he was
throwing with better velocity than down
THE AFTERNOON'S second game
was over nearly before it started.


Siuda then drilled the game's big hit
when his single ended up clearing the
once-again full bases.. Dan Disher
scored all the way from first when the
Lakers tried to get Siuda going to
second and Disher beat the relay to the
plate. Casey Close and Jeff Minick
scored in front of Disher.
Michigan later added single runs in
the second and sixth innings on RBI
singles by Beshke and Barry Larkin.
WATTERS finished his perfect after-
noon by scoring three runs and adding
two singles and a triple to his leadoff
Starting pitcher Paul Kasper led a
strong parade of pitchers to the mound
for Michigan. The sophomore allowed
only three hits in four innings while
striking out three and walking none.
Hayward followed in the fifth,
sophomore John Grettenburger in the
sixth, and Paul Wenson and Kevin
Gilles closed in the seventh. Wenson
lost the shutout when Rob Brunelle
touched him for his first home run of
the year'leading off the final inning.
Middaugh was reservedly pleased
with today's victories. "I was happy
with the results, but we didn't really
play as well and swing the bats as well
as I would have hoped. We've just got to
continue to play'well and to play good
D," said the sixth-year head man.

... two-RBI single
Michigan exploded for five runs in the
first inning, three of them unearned, as
two Grand Valley errors opened the
flood gates.
Mike Watters began a perfect four-
for-four afternoon by doubling to the
rightfield wall. Kurt Zimmerman
singled, and Barry Larkin walked to
load the bases. Hayward drove in the
first run with a sacrifice fly, and suc-
cessive errors by the third baseman
and first baseman allowed another run
to score.

Bland Valley
.Grand Valley ........ 100 101 0 3 4 1
MICHIGAN............130 100 - 5 6 0
Grand valley: Spangler and Greco
M: Karasinski, Agemy (4), Everson (6), and Wolfe,
Betz (4)

Doily Photo by DAN HABIB
Sophomre starter Paul Kasper eyes the plate as he hurls toward a second
Michigan victory. The win now gives the 18th-ranked Wolverines an 11-0

W.P.: Karasinski (1-0) L.P.: Spangler (0-3)
Grand valley.........000 000 1 1 4 2
MICHIGAN............510 001 - 7 11 0
Grand valley: Dewey, Bowman (4), and Greco
M: Kasper, Hayward (5, Grettenberger (6), Wen-
son (7), Gilles (7) and Sanders
W.P.: Kasper (2-0)1 L.P.: Dewey (2-1)

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Red Wings

DETROIT (AP) - John Ogrodnick
scored his team record-setting 53rd and
54th goals 1:43 apart early in the final
period last night to lead the Detroit Red
Wings to a 5-1 National Hockey League
victory over the Minnesota North Stars.
The triumph lifted Detroit one point
ahead of Minnesota into third place in
the Norris Division.
OGRODNICK, who has led the Red
Wings in goals in each of his five full
seasons, took Ron Duguay's pass bet-
ween the face-off circles and beat North
Star's netminder Roland Melanson with
a slapshot at 2:36 to snap a 1-1 tie.

The all-star leftwing was credited
with his 54th goal moments later when
his pass intended for Duguay glanced
off Minnesota defenseman Dave
Richter and slid past Melanson.
Ogrodnick broke the previous club
mark for goals in a season, 52, set by
Mickey Redmond in 1972-73.
BOB MANNO added a breakaway
marker at 5:00 to cap the three-goal-in
2:24 span and give Detroit a comman-
ding 4-1 margin.
Darryl Sittler added his 11th goal for
Detroit with one second remaining in
the game.

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Daily Photo by DAN HABIB

Junior Mike Watters' arm was on target yesterday as he throws a Grand Valley batsman out at first. Walters went four-
for-four in the second game, including a double and triple.


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