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Men's Swimming
vs. Illinois
Friday, 7:30 p.m.
IM Building

SPORTS
Tuesday, January 27, 1987

Wrestling
vs. #1 Penn State
Saturday, 7:30 p.m.
Crisler Arena

the Michigan Daily

Blue
Lines
By DARREN JASEY
For those of you who could not find a ticket
for Saturday night's Michigan-Michigan State
hockey game at Yost Ice Arena you missed a
classic. Both goaltenders, the Spartans' Bob
Essensa and the Wolverines' Warren Sharples,
controlled the game and the Spartans outmuscled
the Wolverines to win 2-1.
"That was a real good college hockey game,"
Michigan State coach Ron Mason said. "Tonight
the interest was there and the crowd was there."
"When you see a college hockey game end up
in a 2-1 score you know the goaltenders played
well," said Michigan coach Red Berenson.
"Tonight there were no soft goals."
The game was like a tough boxing match (as
if people don't already get the two sports
confused). The lightly regarded welterweight
against the powerful heavyweight.
First, the defending champion Spartans
delivered two first-period goals to stagger the.
Wolverines.
Then, in the second period, the home team
flurried and finally buried one past the tough
Spartan netminder. The scoreboard read Spartans
2, Wolverines 1.
Both teams exchanged glancing blows in the
third period but nothing damaging, and the
Spartans held on for the 2-1 victory.
The Esensa of Goaltending
Sharples and Essensa did a good job of
making Saturday night's game look like a boring
defensive affair. Both teams, however, generated
plenty of scoring chances in an action packed
game. Sharples saved 31 and Essensa 30.

Colorful action...
...in Blue-Green series
The win pushed Essensa's record this year to Maybe the Michigan fans were in shock after
16-0. The senior's 2.73 goals allowed per game seeing how well their team was performing
is lowest among all Central Collegiate Hockey against State.
Association goaltenders. The real shocker
Freshman Sharples has now played four Yes, for those of you who didn't see it on
strong games in a row in front of the Michigan PASS, it's true. Michigan beat Michigan State
net. In that span he has allowed eight goals and 8-2 Friday night at Munn Ice Arena. It was the
made 108 saves. most goals scored against the Spartans at Munn
"I think (Warren) is probably a little bit better since November of 1982 when Northern
than I was in my freshman year," Essensa said. Michigan scored nine.
"He's proved he can play in a situation where the The win came as no surprised to Michigan's
crowd's breathing down his neck and come up senior right wing Bruce Macnab. "This is
big." something that has been coming for a long
Go Green! Go White! Go Blue! time," he said. "We had seen little bits and pieces
Part of the excitement of Saturday's game was of it here and there. It all came together last
the sellout crowd at Yost Ice Arena. The mixture Saturday night (a 6-0 victory at Ferris State) and
of Michigan State and Michigan fans made it we just kept it going."
resemble an NCAA basketball tournament crowd. "(Michigan) played like a championship team
Special thanks to the couple thousand Spartan tonight," Mason said. "If they can continue that
fans who made the trip to Yost. Without them kind of play then they have a chance to win the
the Michigan fans wouldn't have known when to championship in this league."
start cheering. Keeping them in check
Mason was happy to see the Green and White Let's credit Berenson for much of Michigan's
colors in the stands. "They were as boisterous as recent success. After the two losses to Illinois-
the devil here tonight and that made a big Chicago he installed a new defensive system in
difference," he said. "They were leading most of which the forwards play a tighter checking game,
the cheers and Michigan was following." cover their zones, and get back quicker on
Michigan captain Jeff Norton was pleased defense.
with the Michigan fans. He feels that the "We're not getting trapped as much now," said
Michigan hockey following will grow as the Berenson. "Earlier when we wereforechecking we
team improves. "We've got to establish did a lot of good things, but then one player
something here first," said the junior from would make a mistake and get trapped and then
Acton, Mass. "I remember in my freshman year I we'd get a two-on-one against us or a three-on-
thought that both (home and away) games were one. (Friday night) we had very few two-on-ones
road games." against us.

CCHA
CCHA Standings
(Overall) W L T
Michigan St. (24-6-1).,21 5 0
B. Green St. (25-4.1)..19 4 1
Lake Superior (17-11-1).16 9 1
Illinois-Chi. (13.14-1).11 12 1
Western Mich. (16-14).11 13 0
Ohio State (13-16-1)... 9 14 1
MICHIGAN (10-20)..... 9 17 0
Ferris State (12-20). 8 18 0
Miami (6-25) .........6 18 0
WMPL Hockey PF
(first place votes) W L I
1. North Dakota (8).. .24 6 0
2. Harvard (1)......45 1 0
3. Boston College......19 5 0
4. Bowling Green( 1).25 4 1
5. Minnesota............23 8 0
6. Mchigan State....24 6 1
7. Maine ..............16 7 2
8. Denver...........1611 2
9. Wisconsin............17 12 1
10. Colgate...............14 3 0
Also receiving votes: Lake
Superior, Denver, Colorado Col
CCHA LEADERS

Page 7
Scorecard

Paul Yeaert, BGSU.....24 14 35 49
Wayne Gagne, WMU.......24 9 40 49
s. Kevin Miller, MSU........26 13 32 45
Pauni Pullo, WMU........23 9 36 45
Goaltending
GP GA Avg. Sav Pct
B1. Essensa, MSIL.1S 38 2.73 305 .889
G. Kruzich, BGU...19 60 3.26 414 .873
B. Ryan, UIC. 9 .. 3.53 24 .75
D. DepInto, UIC.....9 30 3.552 216 .979
R. Exelby, LSSC-..17 50 3.5$ 339 .$71
M~. Greeniay, LSSC.I0 32 3.60 193 .857
Friday's Results
MICHIGAN 8, Michigan St.te 2
Bowling Green 4, 111,nois-Chicago 3
Lake Superior 4, Western Michigan 2
Ohio State 3, Ferris State 2
Saturday's Results
Michigan State 2, MICHIGAN 1
Bowling Green 4, Illinois-Chicago 3
Western Michigan 7, Labe Superior 5
Ohio State 5, Ferris State 4
Alaska-Anchorage 4, Miami 3
Sunday's Result
Alaska-Anchorage 8, Miami 5
Friday's Games
MICHIGAN at Western Michigan
Bowling Green at Ferris State
i Lake Superior at llinois-Chicago
Ohio State at Miami
lTeam Canada at Michigan State (Pass

Scoring
15RAI JONES, M..,.... .26
Mitch Messier, MSU..26

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By MARC C. PARRISH
- Maintaining their perfect records,
the Michigan men's and women's
swimming teams both romped over
the weekend. The men's team
traveled to The Purdue Invitational
and dominated the two-day meet
which featured four other Big Ten
schools (Purdue, Ohio State,
Indiana, and Michigan State). The
women swept a home meet against
Wisconsin and Indiana.
The men's team (9-0) racked up
806 points to beat second-place
Indiana by 125 points.
Strong overall performances
were given by Wolverines Dave
Kerska, Dan Dewhirst, and Martin
Moran.
KERSKA WON two events,
the 100-yard free (45.28) and 200-
yard free (1:40.65), and gave a
season's best performance in the
500-yard free placing second with a
time of 4:32.11. The team captain
also swam the fastest time of the

meet in the 50-yard free (20.99),
but was entered as an exhibition,
and therefore scored no points.
Dewhirst swam three season-best
times at the competition, placing
second in the 400-yard individual
medley (4:04.20), third in the 200
breastroke (2:07.24), and third in
the 100 breastroke (59.97). He also
gave a strong performance ir the
200-yard individual medley
(1:56.25).
Moran proved once.again that he
is the odds-on favorite to dominate
the Big Ten conference meet in the
butterfly events by winning the 100
and 200-yard distances in times of
50.69 and 1:50.06, respectively.
Another notable of the meet was
Jan-Erick Olsen. Olsen won the
200-yard breastroke (2:03.40), and
placed second in the 100 breastroke
(58.37) as well as the 200-yard
individual medley (1:54.34).
Michigan coach Jon Urbanchek
was not convinced that the meet

k Big T
was a preview of the Big Ten
championships in five weeks. "This
meet was more of an indication of
where each team is at the moment,"
said Urbanchek. "I think that we'll
get a lot of good swims from the
Iowa and Indiana teams at the
conference meet."
THE WISCONSIN and
Illinois women's swimming
coaches, though, picked their
Michigan rivals as the Big Ten
favorite after the Wolverines
defeated the Badgers 71-42 and
Hoosiers 74-39 Saturday. The
women's team ran its record to 8-0
with the wins.
"Michigan has the best team in
the Big Ten," said Wisconsin coach
Carl Johansson. "They've got the
most depth and the most good
swimmers. If they swim OK at the
conference meet, they'll win. If
they swim well they'll win by a
lot. All they have to do is keep
healthy."

n rivals
Highlighting the performances
of the women's meet was
Michigan's Candice Quinn, who
won the 200-yard breastroke in
2:22.68. Quinn cut two seconds off
of her previous best time in that
event. She also had a career best in
the 200-yard individual medley
(2:10.65) in which she finished
third.

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