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Page 10 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, April 6, 1987
M' softball team,
takes three offour
from Ohio State

Tankers place sixth in NCAAs

By KENNETH GOLDBERG
And he huffed, and he puffed, and
old man winter, working overtime
into April, blew Vicki Morrow's
toss to first into right field. With
two outs in the top of the sixth, the
errant throw allowed Ohio State's
Karen Hyland to cross the plate
with the eventual game-winning
run in a 3-1 Buckeye victory.
Michigan was hurt by four
costly errors in what head coach
Carol Hutchins termed a "defensive
letdown," but bounced back to beat
the Buckeyes, taking the nightcap
3-0 to win the series three games to
one.
"We may have been complacent
after Friday's sweep," said
Hutchins, "but there's just no
reason for easing up."
"Our girls seemed more
concerned about the cold than
winning or losing. It showed on the
field in Saturday's opener. Vicki's
error was just a mental mistake. We
teach our pitchers to run the ball to
first if possible. If everybody's
thinking, we're out of the inning
with a tie ballgame."
THE WOLVERINES stand
at 3-1 in the Big Ten (11-8 overall),

with hopes of improving on their
fifth place finish of 1986.
"With our talent, we should
definitely contend for the Big Ten
title. Vicki (Morrow) and Michelle
(Bolster) give us a strong one-two
punch on the mound, and of course
there's Alicia (Seegert, a 1986 All-
American). Our girls do play with a
healthy attitude. It's just a matter of
desire. We have to develop a killer
instinct to compete with
Northwestern, Iowa, and Indiana."
On Friday, Michelle Bolster
struck out five and allowed just five
hits in blanking the Buckeyes, 4-0.
The second game turned into an 8-0
Michigan rout, with Morrow
pitching solid shutout ball.
AFTER THE letdown in
Saturday's opener, the Wolverines
ended the series on a positive note,
with Vicki Morrow getting the 3-0
victory.
Senior catcher Alicia Seegert
paced the Wolverines at the plate,
with nine hits in 13 at-bats for the
weekend.
Michigan will look to improve
its record this week with home
games Monday vs. Wayne State,
and Wednesday vs. Toledo

BY KENNETH GOLDBERG
Texas may be the Lone Star
State, but the men's swim team
paid little attention to that
nickname as eight Wolverines
starred and earned All-American
honors while the team finished
sixth at the 1987 Swimming and
Diving Championships in Austin.
It was the best finish for a
Michigan squad since 1970, and a
fitting end to a tremendous season.
"It's been a very rewarding year
for us," said Michigan head coach
Jon Urbanchek. "It was nice to see
the Big Ten well represented in
what is normally a meet dominated
by the Sunbelt."
IN FACT, Michigan was the
only team not from the Sunbelt to
crack the top ten. Stanford won the
meet with 374 points, while fifth
place Texas (257) easily
outdistanced the Wolverines (174).

The 400-yard freestyle relay team
of Joe Parker, Brent Lang, Greg
Varner, and Dave Kerska tied for
third-place with a final time of
2:55.97. Michigan's other two
highly-touted relays also qualified
for All-American status. Parker,
Lang, Kerska, and Mike Creaser
placed sixth in the 800-yard medley
relay (6:30.16), and the team of
Lang, Jan-Erick Olsen, Marty
Moran, and Kerska finished fifth in
the 400-yard medley relay
(3:15.71).
Pittsburgh native Marty Moran
swam to a fifth-place finish in the
200-yard butterfly in 1:45.75. Other
individual All-Americans were:
Olsen, sixth-place in the 200-yard
breaststroke (1:59.17) and fourth in
the 100-yard breaststroke (:54.67);
Kerska, seventh in the 100-yard
freestyle (:43.96); and Lee Michaud,
fifth in the one meter diving

Michaud Moran
... top Michigan diver ... fifth in 200 fly

(507.45 points).
Michigan's other points came as
senior co-captains Parker and
Kerska finished 13th and 14th,

respectively, in the 50-yard
freestyle, Parker took 12th in the
200-yard freestyle (1:36.80), and
Lang finished 14th in the same
event with a time of 1:37.55.

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The men's tennis team faced its toughest Big Ten challenge this past
weekend and emerged as the dominant power in the conference by
defeating nationally ranked Minnesota and Wisconsin.
"It is becoming more and more evident each year that the matches
between Michigan and Minnesota are so emotional that they are very
draining," said head coach Brian Eisner, who recorded his 274th and 275th
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football games."
Emotion was definitely running high against the 25th-ranked Gophers
when six out of the scheduled nine matches went to three sets. The
Wolverines triumphed in five out of those six matches to gain a 7=2
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competition had ended. Junior Ed Nagel triumphed over last year's All-
Big Ten performer, Chuck Merzbacher, in straight sets, 6-2, 6-4, at the
number one spot, and number six player Brad Koontz was also
instrumental in the victory as he defeated Jason Hall, 6-2, 6-0.
"If I had to name an MVP for the weekend, it would definitely be Brad
Koontz," said Eisner, whose team is now 16-2 on the year and possesses
a 10-match winning streak. "He lost only two games all weekend
(Koontz defeated Ryan Cooley of Wisconsin 6-0, 6-0 on Saturday),:I
can't ask for more than that."
Koontz and the rest of the Michigan lineup were forced to move ip
one slot on Saturday due to the injury of number two singles Dan
Goldberg against Minnesota. Goldberg pulled a muscle during his win
over the number 67th-ranked player in the country, Jonas Svenson. After
a defeat of Svenson and a doubles victory , Goldberg tried to warm up
Saturday for Wisconsin, but he experienced serious leg cramps and was
forced to sit out the match.
"WITH THE injury to Goldberg, we needed to use our substitutes
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Wisconsin provided a very worthy opponent for the Wolverines a mere
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match 8-1. "We're coming out of here very happy. We gave it a good
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