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Synchronized Swimming
Saturda'y, 1p.m.
CCRB

SPORTS

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

The Michigan Daily

Wednesday, January 21, 1987

Page 7

Tankers destroy EMU

By MARC C. PARRISH
The men's swim team won 11
of 13 events as it sank Eastern
Michigan 139 to 78 last weekend at
the Olds IM pool in Ypsilanti.
Michigan dominated the
competition despite leaving some
of its best performers at home.
Absent from the meet" were All-
Americans Joe Parker, Michael
Creaser, and Jan-Erik Olsen.
"This was a meet where we tried

Kerska and Nygren
spark Blue attack

Hawkeyes
nested m
first place
CHICAGO (AP) - Big Ten
basketball coaches agree that Iowa's
Hawkeyes deserve their No. 1
national ranking in view of their
"unbelievable" parlay of successive
victories at Illinois and at Purdue.
At the weekly telephone
conference of Big Ten coaches
yesterday, Illinois' Lou Henson
0pressed it best.
"They must be living right in
addition to being a great ball club,"
said Henson of the undefeated
Hawkeyes.
IOWA WENT to Illinois and
fell behind by 22 points before
rallying for a 91-88 overtime
victory last Wednesday night. The
Hawkeyes then went to Purdue
Monday night and came away with
a 70-67 triumph despite losing Roy
Marble in the first half with a
;scratched cornea. In addition, the
Hawkeyes committed 30 turnovers.
"It's unbelievable," said Henson,
whose Illini are ranked No.9. "Do
you know what the odds are of a
team coming to Illinois and
winning after trailing by 22 points
and going to Purdue to win with
Mvfarble out?
"In all my years I've never been
ahead by 22 points and lost a
g4 e," said Henson. "Once in 32
years, that's remarkable."
GENE KEADY , whose Purdue
Boilermakers are No. 5, said he'd
raiher forget his team's loss to
Iowa.

Baseball America's Pre-Season Top 25
(1986 records)

to give as many people as possible
a chance to swim their events," said
head coach Jon Urbanchek.
The Wolverines were led by two
double event winners, team captain
Dave Kerska and sophomore Mats
Nygren.
Kerska won the 100- and 200-
yard freestyles in times of 46.27
and 1:42.07.
Nygren stroked to close wins in
the 500- and 1,000-yard freestyles.
In the 500, the Sweden native
bested Eastern swimmer Eric Miller
by 1.02 seconds with a time of
4:33.59. Nygren swam his season
best in the 1,000 with a time of
9:22.79 to top Eastern's Dave
Cetlinski by 1.25 seconds.
Other victories were logged by
juniors Ron Melnyk in the 200
breaststroke (2:08.26), and, Alec

Campbell in the 200 butterfly
(1:53.07).
Michigan freshman Rick
Wilkening was second in two
events, the 200-yard free (1:46.44)
and the 200-yard backstroke
(1:57.25), to add momentum to the
Wolverine victory.
"I'm really pleased with the
performances," said Michigan
assistant coach Fernando
Canales."We were very tired from
working hard all week, and we still
had some very good times."
Canales, a former Michigan
swimmer and All-American, said
the team is now looking toward the
most important part of its season,
which includes the Big Ten
conference meet and the NCAA
championships in the next two
months.

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Oklahoma State
Miami (Fla.)
Pepperdine
Georgia Tech
. Loyola Marym'
. Indiana State
. UC S'ta Barbara
. Wichita State
Clemson
Arizona
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Georgia
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MICHIGAN
Baylor
Oral Roberts
Hawaii
Old Dominion
Arizona State

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Michigan, the defending Big
Ten champion, is ranked 20th by
Baseball America. Wolverine
freshman outfielder Greg
McMurtry, who also starred on
the football team, was named
second team All-America.
McMurtry was a first round
draft pick of the Boston Red Sox
in 1986.

Nygren
... two first places
Scores
College Basketball
Kansas 71, Missouri 70
Louisville 84, Virginia Tech 62
Iowa State 91, Nebraska 75
Providence 92, Miami, Fla. 88
Cleveland State 52, Marist 49
Fordham 79, Columbia 77
UJAB 79, Va. Commonwealth 70

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Davis
... team hits No. 1

" "Offensively we're not good,"
said Keady, "but maybe Iowa's
defense had something to do with
that. Right now, Iowa's the best
team in the country. Indiana would
have to compete with them. When
a~team has 30 turnovers it must be
going a lot of other things right."
Rebounding would be that key.
The Hawkeyes outrebounded Purdue
43-24. They also controlled the
boards against Illinois.
WISCONSIN Coach Steve
Yoder said he was suprised with
Iowa's recent success.
"In this league, when you go on
the road, the Illinois-Purdue trip is
a rough as it can get," Yoder said.
To go to Illinois and win after
being down by 22 points is a major
achievment. Purdue wins 80 percent
of its home games and to win there
is a major achievment. You have to
give Iowa a tremendous amount of
credit."
Yoder's Badgers not only had the
misfortune of playing Iowa,
Illinois, Purdue and No. 3 Indiana,
bt they played those teams in
succession. Pressed on picking the

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