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Women's Basketball
vs. Michigan State
Friday, 7:30 p.m.
Crisler Arena

SPORTS
Wednesday, January 22, 1986

Hockey
vs. Michigan State
Saturday, 7:30 p.m.
Yost Ice Arena

The Michigan Daily

Page 7

WYLAND, RICHARDS, AND HILL GET PINS

Grapplers smear State,

42-4

By PETE STEINERT
How sweet it is. The Michigan
wrestling team simply manhandled
archrival Michigan State last night at
Crisler Arena, 42-4.
In between two Spartan forfeits at
118 pounds and heavy-weight, the
Wolverines won all but one match
with Doug Wyland (126), Steve
Richards (167), and Kevin Hill (177)
all registering pins.
HILL'S MATCH against Dave
Mariolanwas supposed to be a real
battle and it lived up to all expec-
tations. Hill, down 6-1 at one point,
finished off Mariola with :2'9 left,
pleasing the home crowd.
"Mariola has better technique than
Hill," said MSU coach Grady Peninger.
"What can you say? Hill may have won
the battle but not the war. The war is
yet to come at the Big Ten Champion-
ships."
"Getting behind and finally coming'
back felt really good," Hill said. "I
can't remember beating State that

bad. It was a great feeling - I was
happy as heck.
"This is our biggest rivalry of the
year. Although we wrestle teams that
are better than they are, I don't think
there is any match more intense than
this one," the senior co-captian ad-
ded.
"WE CAME into it expecting to win
all of our matches, and that's the way
we wrestled," said Michigan head
coach Dale Bahr. "Our kids performed
at a high level.
"If there were any disappointments
at all, it would be the fact that we
didn't wrestle all ten matches.
William Waters (118) and Kirk Trost
(heavyweight) are two of our very

best kids, and I wanted the crowd to
see them."
At 167, Richards' win was par-
ticularly gratifying because he is a
native of Lansing. Richards, who has
given MSU fits in the past, has
wrestled behind Mike Amine this
season, and he took full advantage of
the opportunity.
"COMING FROM Lansing, this
meet has always meant a lot to me,"
explained Richards. "I always get
psyched up for it." Richards pinned
the Spartans' Mike Bunce at 1:33 of
the final period.
Along with Hill, Trost and Waters,
Scott Rechsteiner (190) and Tony
Latora (150) remain unbeaten in the

Big Ten. Rechsteiner won his match,
11-4, and Latora shut out his man, 4-0.
Freshman Joe Pantaleo also held
his own at 158, edging senior Charles*
Root of the Spartans, 7-6. Root scoredl
a two-point takedown in the final
moments, but it was only in vain as
time had already run out.
"THERE'S NO ifs, ands, or buts
about it, Michigan just has the better
team," noted Peninger.
"We're just real happy with the
win," said Bahr. "When I first came
to Michigan, we were getting beat,
but we've slowly turned the tide."
Last night's match concluded a
successful homestand for the
Wolverines which saw them go 5-1.

Daily Photo by MATT PETRIE
Senior 150-pounder Tony Latora controls State's Erick Jensen en route to a
4-0 victory: Last night's Michigan win raised its record to 5-2.

ALEXIAN
BR4JFHERS

,

A

Eisner
praises
netters'
effort
By PAUL DODD
After a second place showing at the
Michigan State Tennis Facility
Inaugural last weekend in East Lan-
sing, Brian Eisner is feeling positive
about the upcoming season for the
men's tennis team.
"I was very pleased with our total
team effort, especially the play of our
singles players," said the veteran net
mentor, now in his 18th season. "For
our first team match, I was very hap-
py with our play."
THE WOLVERINES edged Texas
A&M, 5-4, Saturday to advance to
Sunday's championship match with
defending national champion
Georgia. Five victories in the six
singles matches clinched the win over
the 15th-ranked Aggies.
While singles play carried Michigan
* to victory on Saturday, only freshman
Dan Goldberg at number two and
senior Jim Sharton at number one
could post individual wins against
Georgia. The four other singles
players lost handily to the 'Dawgs,
who Eisner sees as one of the top ten
teams in the country by the end of the
season.
Jon Morris and John Royer teamed
up for the lone doubles victory as the
Wolverines fell to the Bulldogs, 6-3.
"We actually played better against
Georgia than we did against Texas
A&M," Eisner said. "We were very
closely matched with Georgia, and
they had a great day.
"Goldberg and Sharton were just
sensational this weekend, but
everyone gave a great effort," Eisner
added. "I have a lot of positive
feelings about our team after this
meet."
*Women lose two at MSU
Even after a pair of losses at the
MSU Tennis Facility Inaugural last
weekend in East Lansing, women's
tennis coach Bitsy Ritt was en-
couraged with the play of her team,
especially in doubles.
Texas A&M, the 25th-ranked team
in the nation, handed the Wolverines a
sound 8-1 defeat Saturday, while the
host Spartans secured third place in
the four-team field with a 6-3 triumph
over Michigan Sunday.
"OUR DOUBLES play has improved a
lot over last year," said Ritt. "It has
really hurt us in the past, but after
this weekend I'm encouraged."
Sophomore Tina Basle registered
the lone victory in Saturday's match,
scoring a 6-4, 6-3 win over Aggie Kim
Labuschagne.
Two doubles teams posted wins in
the State match. Basle and Paula
Reichert came from behind for a 3-6,
6-2, 6-4 victory, while Tricia Horn and
Erin Ashare notched a 6-4, 6-4 trium-
ph.
The Wolverines are 1-4 going into Big
Ten play against Ohio State Feb. 8.
"Our goal this season is to move up
a couple of spots in the league," Ritt
said, noting Michigan's eighth place
finish last spring. "State is a little
stronger than they were last year, but
I think we'll be improved, too."

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