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Women's Softball
vs. Ohio State
Friday and Saturday
Varsity Softball Diamond

SPORTS
Wednesday, April 1, 1987

Women's Tennis
vs. Michigan State
Today, 3:00 p.m.
Track and Tennis Building

The Michigan Daily

Page 9

FRESHMEN HURLERS LEAD BLUE OVER BOWLING GREEN

Falcons fall: Blue

By ADAM SCHEFTER
Coming into the season, Michigan baseball
ccrach Bud Middaugh was worried about the
pitching staff. Junior Jim Agemy was a big
y question mark after being sidelined for most of
the 1986 campaign with arm troubles, Chris
Lutz was still fighting a bout with mono -
nocleosis, and the coach had a host of young and
inexperienced freshmen on the mound.
Yesterday, those fans who managed to brave
subarctic temperatures saw two of those rookies
step forth to relieve Middaugh of some of his
worries, leading Michigan to two wins, 4-1 and
6-1, in a doubleheader against Bowling Green.
Ross Powell pitched five and one-third
innings in the opener, giving up two hits and
allowing one unearned run, while his frosh
teammate Tim Lata went five innings, giving up
no runs and striking out eight. Quite impressive
numbers for two pitchers who both gained their
first collegiate wins.
"IT'S NICE to know that you have a
couple of freshmen that can go out and throw
like they did today," Middaugh said. "Powell

pitched well. His problem was the long innings
in between.
"Lata really threw well, also. That forkball he
throws is a tough pitch and he was getting his
fastball and curve over the plate. He really helped
us in the second game. I'm very happy with their
performances, being freshmen and against an
experienced club like Bowling Green."
That experience, however, failed to shine
through on the bitter cold afternoon. The Falcons
committed ten errors, five in each game. Two of
those enabled Michigan to break 1-1 games wide
open.
In the opener, after Kourtney Thompson
walked, shortstop Tim Hatem booted Darrin
Campbell's grounder enabling the Wolverines to
put runners on first and second. Jim Durham,
who opened the game hitting .652, singled to left
to capitalize on the Bowling Green mishap.
FALCON PITCHER Chuck Steward then
promptly threw a pick off attempt into center
field, allowing Campbell to move to third. From
there, fleet-footed center fielder Greg McMurtry
drove him home with a sacrifice fly, putting
Michigan up, 3-1.

akes two
Greg Everson came on to pitch the final
inning and two-thirds to record his first save.
In the second game, with the score knotted at
one in the second inning, Chris Gagin hit his
fifth double of the year. He moved to third on a
passed ball and scored on an error to third
baseman Todd Dues. That run would be the only
other run the Wolverines would need, as Lata's
pitching took command of the game.
"It feels great to get the first win," Lata said.
"All of my pitches were working today. The
defense played well and we got some runs. It's
been a long time since I won a game. Not since
high school days."
It might appear that Middaugh can finally
breathe a sigh of relief, except that his team has
to travel to Western Michigan today for a tough
doubleheader.
"I'm concerned about Western," he said. "I
can't pitch who I want to pitch because Iggy
(Mike Ignasiak) pitched Saturday and (Jim)
Abbott Sunday. To bring them back (today)
would be too fast. Two years ago we went into
Western with an awful good club and lost a
doubleheader because of the same reasons."

Daily Photo by JOHN MUNSON

Ross Powell delivers a pitch in the first game of yesterday's
doubleheader against Bowling Green. The freshman pitched five and one-
third innings and gave up no earned runs as he earned his first victory as
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Chris Gagin dives back to first on a pick off attempt by the Falcons. Gagin ignited a rally in the second game which provided the winning run.

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