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Page 8.- The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 15, 1986

'M' thinclads take third at LSU

By EMILY BRIDGHAM
It was a tough a meet as they come
for the Michigan men's track team,
who managed to place third in the
LSU Inivitational. LSU easily out-
distanced the rest of the field, scoring
119 to Wisconsin's 36 and Michigan's
35.5. However, the Wolverines still
managed to grab their share of top
finishes.
The biggest surprise for the thin-
clads came in the 3000m where senior
Chris Brewster won in 8:23.60. What
made the victory surprising was
Brewster had not competed since the
NCAA Indoor Championships when he
had to pull out of the race due to injury.
"I WAS happy with Brewster. He
was questionable for the meet this
weekend," said head coach Jack Har-
vey. "His turnout in winning the
3000m was a big boost for us."
Brewster was followed in the race
by teammates John Chambers and
Joe Schmidt who finished third and
fifth, respectively. Schmidt, a junior
out of Grosse Point Woods, also took
second in the steeplechase in 9:09.88,
just four seconds off his career best.
Sophomore Rollie Hudson managed
to earn some points, taking sixth in

the 1500m in 3:55.81.
IN THE shorter events, Michigan
came up kicking with wins in both the
110 high hurdles and in the 400m.
Once again, senior Thomas Wilcher
cranked out a win over tough com-
petition in 13.6, just .08 off his best.
Todd Steverson ran equally well in the

400m, clocking in a 46.43. Steversen
was followed by Claude Tiller who
placed fourth and Bill Davis who took
fifth.
Tiller, a freshman out of Detroit,
later kicked-off the 4x400m relay..
that finished second. The quartet of
Tiller, Davis, Steverson and Omar

Davidson finished in 3:09.31. Other
Michigan finishers were Matt Butler
who took fifth in the 800m and David-
son, Steversen and Wiley Boulding,
who finished fourth, fifth, and sixth in
the 200m.
MAKING A successful move from
football to track, senior Mike Krauss
flung the shot 47-10% for fourth and
the discus 161-10 for fifth. Meanwhile
freshman J.J. Grant is finishing up
spring football practice and should be
back in full form in two weeks.
"When we get J.J. back, our field.
events will be stronger," said Harvey.
"We'll try him out in the discus as
well as tossing him back into the
shot."
In the jumping events, Butch Star-
mack took third, leaping 48-11 in only
two jumps and Scott Crawford jum-
ped 24-5 to take third in the long jump.
Crawford later tied for second in the
high jump, leaving the bar at 6-9%.
But the clincher race didn't come
until the 4x100m relay when the
Wolverines dropped the baton and lost
their chance at a second place finish
for the meet.

Harvey Brewster
... awaits Grant's return ... tops in 3000m

By PAUL DODD

Catch of the day Associated Press
St. Louis Cardinal rightfielder Andy Van Slyke goes to the wall to make the
catch on a ball hit by Gary Carter of The New York Mets. The Cardinals
went on to spoil the Mets' home opener with a 6-2 victory in 13 innings
yesterday. See story, page 7.

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6-4, 4-6, 6-2.
Half of this weekend's bad news for the women's tennis Sunday, the
team came before the bus even pulled out of Ann Ar- country and coa
bor last Friday. The other half came in two crushing Big of Wisconsin. R
. Ten losses to Minnesota and Wisconson. Badgers humbl
In j u re d Due to a pulled deltoid muscle she injured against Ohio losses put Mich
University last week, sophomore Erin Ashare, one of the Reichert blai
Wolverines hottest players recently, had her arm in a first set before
l1nsling and missed the three-match road trip. 5, 6-4.
MICHIGAN GOT the weekend rolling well enough LYNNE WISI
Friday with an 8-1 crunching of hapless Marquette jury, made a s
University in Milwaukee. Tricia Horn, returning from a Yahr, 6-4, 7-5.t
s backinjury, defaulted to Sheila Murray after losing the more than two s
first set, 6-1, for Marquette's lone win. Before injur
The Wolverines bussed down the Interstate to Madison, overhead, Asha
wherethey met Minnesota Saturday. Without regulars matches. This
2-Horn, Ashare, and Tina Basle in the lineup, the Gophers t subles lineup
beat Michigan 6-3. Basle came1
This time it was senior co-captain Monica Borcherts doubles agains
who withdrew because of an injury after leading Anna
o n to u a h Halgren, 6-3, 1-0. Paula Reichert, Michigan's other co- playing No. 2n
0O1 liughHa
captain, posted a 4-6, 6-3, 6-3 win over Nancy Rost at num- cm akfo
ber one singles. best performan
" MICHIGAN COULD have won the meet, but it lost With her foot
ro a ( *t P several key matches. No. 2 starter Leslie Mackey went full-time duty.
three sets with Anne Gord before losing, 5-7, 6-3, 6-3. Susie doubles and wa
Patlovich, recently thrust into a starting singles spot with Her role will be
the team's rash of injuries, was outlasted by Darcy Jones, return to the lin

netters met the 23rd-ranked team in the
ach Bitsy Ritt's alma mater, the University
itt's return was anything but happy, as the
ed the ailing Wolverines, 9-0. The weekend
igan at 9-11, 1-6 in the Big Ten.
nked Plymouth native Wendy Gillis in the
succumbing in a tough three-set loss, 0-6, 7-
E, who has finally recovered from a foot in-
olid start at No. 6 singles, but fell to Kris
Other than Reichert, no Wolverine lasted
sets.
ing the muscle in her back hitting an
are had won 11 of her previous 12 doubles
was a feat in itself, considering how the
has been shuffled due to the glut of injuries
back from her pulled hamstring to play
st Minnesota Saturday, while Horn was
doubles with Mackey Sunday. Borcherts
mi Saturday's default to turn in Michigan's
ce Sunday, losing to Lisa Fortman, 7-6, 6-4.
now healthy, Wise has been pressed into
She teamed with Mackey Friday at No. 2
s at the sixth singles spot for the weekend.
doubles player again if Ashare is able to
eup against Michigan State Wednesday.

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By LIAM FLAHERTY
Poor play, lack of concentration,
and the elements all conspired to give
the Michigan men's golf team a thir-
teenth place finish in the eighteen
team field at the Marshall In-
vitatiorial.
Head coach Jim Carras was "not
happy at all" with his teams perfor-
mance in the Huntington, West
Virginia Tournament.
The problem was not the two top
scores, as seniors John Codere and
Peter Savarino turned in their usual
solid performances. Once again it was
the last three scores that dragged the
Wolverines down.
Especially damaging was the mid-
dIe round in which coach Carras said
he witnessed "the worst scores I've
seen in my eight years here at
Michigan. We had to take three
eighties and at this level its im-
possible to win like that. We just had a
total mental breakdown. It was ab-
solutely horrendous. I let them hear
about it and I don't expect it to happen
again."
According to Carras the weather
was a factor in his team's dismal per-
formance. "It's a long time to be out
there, especially with the cold and
windy weather we were experien-

cing."
Although the Wolverines have not
been impressive up to this point,
Carras has not lost hope for th
season. "We .started off badly last
year, and came back. We were also
without one of our top players (senior
Chris Westfall)."
Westfall is now ready to play,
making Carras' main concern the
erratic play of his freshmen. Bob
Papp and Hersh Patel are two main
sources of frustration for Carras. "I
was not at all pleased with their play this
weekend. I don't know if it's that they
are pressing too much or what. I kno4
they want to play well and I think
eventually they will on a consistent
basis. There's no question about their
talent."
Something must come together soon
for this team. The rugged Big Ten
season is rapidly approaching and
Michigan's main rivals seem to be
ready. In fact the winner of the Mar-
shall Invitational was Ohio State, with
Purdue and Michigan State both
finishing ahead of Michigan. i
Meanwhile coach Carras remains
optimistic. "We'll have Chris back
next weekend. Maybe he'll be a
catalyst. We jut need some consisten-
cy." And quick.

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