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Page 10 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, January 26, 1987
GRAPPLERS CRUISE IN EAST LANSING 28-8
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Michigan mashes MSU
By DOUGLAS VOLAN "Any time you put more points right off the bat that we were ther
After losing two of their last on the board than a decision gives to wrestle."
three meets, the wrestling team you, it's a real booster to the Michigan lost at 142, the
stormed into East Lansing with team," said Bahr. Wolverines ripped off four more
something to prove. Freshman Dave Dameron victories in a row as Tony Lator;
They proved it well, stomping followed up Moore's impressive decisioned Chris Root 4-2, to star
Michigan State 28-8. performance with a 6-3 decision the barrage.
It was all Michigan as the over the Spartan's Brian Smith at Joe Pantaleo, now 28-3-1 an
Wolverines took eight of the ten 128 pounds. ranked sixth in the country at 158
weight classes, including the first John Fisher then gave the then decisioned Eric Jenseen, 15-7
three. "We just took it to them and Wolverines a commanding 12-0 "Boy, I can sure count on hin
didn't give them a chance to lead with a decision over All- (Pantaleo) to be a stopper for us,
wrestle," said head coach Dale Bahr. American Dan Matuch. said Bahr. "You can look to '58 a
SOPHOMORE JOHN AFTER FISHER'S win, a win and put it in the W column
Moore, filling in for the injured Michigan was in the drivers seat. He hasn't lost a dual meet all year.
Doug Wyland, started the onslaught "We demonstrated our dominance in Michigan's Mike Amine an
with a technical fall, crushing the first three meets, and it carried James Dye then won the third an
Darron Ensign of Michigan State over to the rest of the match," Bahr fourth matches respectively of th
19-1. said. "We showed Michigan State Wolverines four straight wins.
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Coach's antics lift-Badgers
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The wolverine victory was so
dominating that Michigan State
coach Phil Parker made his team
get back into their warmups after
the competition, and practice again.
Next for Michigan is number
one Penn State on Saturday.
at CA MPUS BIKE & TOY

By SHELLY HASELHUHN
Picture a female Bobby Knight. That's what
spectators saw at Crisler Arena yesterday afternoon as
Michigan lost to Wisconsin 65-57.
Wisconsin head coach Mary Ellen Murphy's
dramatic coaching style, which brought her two
technical fouls in the first half for badgering the
referees and throwing a clipboard, is the "emotional
lift" she says her team needs to win.
"We're the kind of team that
needs that kind of thing," said
Murphy, a first-year head coach.
"I understand that people do not
want to be bored at a basketball
game. (We) want to go out there
and get revved up and have a
good time."
"THAT POSITIVE,
dynamic coaching shows us that
she cares," said Wisconsin's
Verdell Hale, the game's high
scorer with 22 points. "As a
team, she wants us to win, and
she puts out a lot for us, so we
want to put out a lot for her."
The story behind the final
score was Michigan's second-
half shooting, 50 percent from Mur
the foul line and 26 percent from ... boltt
the field.
"Time and time again," said Michigan head coach
Bud Van De Wege, "we came down in the second half
with the lead and the position to keep the lead, then
we would consistently miss a layup, an inside three-
quarter, a wide-open 15 footer. It's very discouraging
when you get yourself in a position to score and you
don't put the ball in the basket."
THE WOLVERINES came out of the locker
room strong after leading 33-28 at halftime.

Michigan's patience led to baskets by freshman
Tonya Powell and senior Sharon Sonntag. Sonntag
went on to score two more points on an over-the-
shoulder shot after Vonnie Thompson's steal at 14:48
to give Michigan a 41-37 lead.
During a Wisconsin timeout at 12:27, Murphy
told her team to "pull yourselves together."
Apparently those words inspired a Badger oneback.
Hale grabbed a Michigan
rebound, drove to the basket, and
threw an underhand pass to a
teammate, drawing a foul from
Michigan's Sarah Basford. Hale
sunk a one-and-one free throw to
tie the score at 45-45.
WISCONSIN controlled
the last five minutes of the
game, allowing only Wolverine
forward Lorea Feldman (team
high 16 points) and Basford (10
points) to score six and two
points, respectively.
Feldman also led the
Wolverines in rebounds (nine),
followed by Sonntag (eight), and
Powell (seven).
rphy Michigan is now 1-6 in the
the chairs Big Ten and 8-8 overall, while
Wisconsin improved its record to
2-6 in the conference, 7-9 overall. Included in
Michigan's eight losses is a 86-57 home loss to
Northwestern last Friday. Van De Wege is concerned
about his team's three-game losing streak.
"Right now, the team is going to have to do some
searching within themselves to decide what they want
to do with the rest of the season," said Van De Wege.
"We definitely have a confidence problem now. These
are teams we should have beaten on our own court."

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