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Men's Lacrosse
vs. Toledo
Tomorrow, 7:00 p.m.
Tartan Turf

SPORTS

Women's Tennis
vs. Michigan State
Tomorrow, 2:30 p.m.
Track and Tennis Building

The Michigan Daily Tuesday, April 15, 1986 Page 7

Michigan out to

flatten Ferris State

By SCOTT G. MILLER
"You don't get much sleep when
you get beat," said a yawning
Michigan coach Bud Middaugh in his
office yesterday.
Middaugh has reason not to rest
easily. His squad was less than im-
pressive in splitting a pair of
doubleheaders this past weekend ver-
sus Big Ten foe Purdue. The two
losses, coupled with a 7-2 'drubbing by
Minnesota last Monday on ESPN,
completed a tough 6-3 week.
"IT IS HARD to explain why but at
this stage you go through a period of
I time every year that your club doesn't
play that well," said Middaugh. "I
think this week was a week we didn't
play well."
Good play and an opponent like
Ferris State may make Middaugh
sleep comfortably. The Bulldogs enter
today's doubleheader with a 10-21

mark. However, the team is in first
place of the Great Lakes Conference
with a mark of 5-1.
While Michigan is playing some of
its worst baseball of the season,
Ferris is playing at its best. The
Bulldogs swept two doubleheaders
this past weekend from Northwood
Institute and Saginaw Valley. .
SENIORS BOB Hegbloom, Ken
Kramer, and Scott Kelly form the
Ferris State nucleus. Hegbloom, a fir-
st baseman and catcher is hitting .364
with three home runs. Left fielder
Kramer has a .340 average and three
home runs, and third baseman Kelly
has a .361 average and four home
runs.
Despite their solid hitting, the
Bulldogs will need quality pitching to
contend with the Wolverines. "You
can take the smallest school in the
world and give them a good pitcher
and they can be in the ball game,"

'You can take the
smallest school in
the world and give
them a good
pitcher and they
can be in the ball
game.
- Bud Middaugh

Middaugh said.
Unfortunately for Ferris, it is doub-
tful the team has such a pitcher. Scott
Hunt will take the mound in game one.
Hunt is 0-1 with a 10.84 earned run
average this season. Game two will
feature Craig Etelamaki. The junior
is 1-4 with a 6.43 ERA.
WITH THEIR scarcity of pitching,
the Bulldogs take a realistic approach
into today's games. "The talent isn't
there like it is on Michigan, but we
aren't going down there not to beat
them," said assistant coach Russ
Bortell. "Michigan is right there with
Central Michigan as the top programs
in the state.
"Michigan may be the top program
in the Midwest. We always look for-
ward to playing against Division I
teams to make a name for ourselves.
Michigan seems to be a more
prominent name than any of the other
schools we play."
Michigan's prominence will be in
danger if its poor fielding continues.
The team committed 14 errors against
Purdue, which cost numerous runs.
The pitching must also improve.
Freshman Chris Lutz was the
Wolverine most effective hurler
against the Boilermakers. Lutz pitc-
hed a four hitter and struck out seven
to beat Purdue Sunday, 6-1.
TODAY'S likely starters are Paul
Wenson (1-0) and Jerry Wolf (0-0).

Tomorrow against Eastern Michigan
Dave Karasinski (3-0) and John Gret-
tenberger (1-1) will get the starting
assignments. Ace Scott Kamieniecki
is lost indefinitely with a sore elbow.
Both doubleheaders start at 1:00 at
Ray Fisher Stadium.
While the pitchers have been slum-
ping, outfielder Casey Close shows no
signs of stopping his amazing offensive
place. The senior was Michigan's
nomination for Big Ten player-of-the-
week for his.8-14 performance at the
plate against Purdue. He also scored
nine runs and slugged four home runs.
His season slugging percentage is now
1.000 for 31 games with 105 total bases
in 105 at bats.
"I don't know what we would have
done without Close this weekend,"
said Middaugh.
Other Wolverines swinging a big
stick are Hal Morris, who was 8-16
versus Purdue, and Billy St. Peter,
who had three hits on the weekend.
This weekend's opponents will be first
place Indiana. The Ferris and
Eastern games will serve as tuneups.
"The Hoosiers seem to have as many
things going well as we do wrong right
now," said Middaugh. "We can't af-
ford another bad weekend, or we
could be out of the Big Ten race after
only two weeks."
A prospect that could cause Mid-
daugh many more sleepless nights.

Daily rPhoto by DAN HABIB
Outfielder Casey Close gives the thumbs-up sign after reaching third
while head coach Bud Middaugh stands nearby. Close currently leads
the team with a .467 batting average.
'Unniraculous' Mets lose

NEW YORK (AP) - New York
Mets' third baseman -Howard Johnson
let Tito Landrum's ground ball boun-
ce through him for an error that
allowed two runs to score inthe 13th
inning and gave the St. Louis Car-
dinals a 6-2 victory yesterday.
Johnson's error with the bases
loaded and none out broke open the
game between the two National
League East teams that battled to

the final weekend of last season
before the Cardinals won the division.
Starting pitchers Dwight Gooden of
the Mets and Ricky Horton of the Car-
dinals each pitched well although
neither got a decision. Horton went
seven innings and gave up one run on
two hits, while Gooden worked eight
innings, yielded two runs on five hits
and struck out six.

Michigan third baseman Matt Siuda kneels in the dirt ,while waiting for
a throw. Siuda and the rest of the Wolverines will face the Ferris State
Bulldogs in a doubleheader today..

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