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Page 18 -- The Michigan Daily-- Wednesday, April 22, 1987


Blue to battle
By GREG MOLZON between C
It's been an eventful week for baseball coach Bud Jim Abbott
Middaugh who passed one coaching milestone last innings.
weekend and will probably reach another one today THE
when the Wolverines host Cleveland State in a double- Clevelandc
header at Ray Fisher Stadium at 1 p.m. series with
Middaugh notched his 700th career victory during Howeve
the four-game weekend sweep of Ohio State and one 29-7 Michi
more win will place him second on the list for most Collegiatel
career wins at Michigan. "I haver
Middaugh's 345 wins as the head man at Michigan Michigan.'
tie him with his predecessor, Moby Benedict. While Viking hea
Benedict gathered his victories over a 17-year reign, Clevela
Middaugh has reached the mark in only eight years. the opener.
LEGENDARY Wolverine coach Ray Fisher has a pre-seaso
the most wins in the school's history with 637. The Vik
The modest Middaugh said he didn't even know Mike Win
about the records until he was told about them after the (.388), and
Ohio State series. Then he proceeded to spread the After th
credit around to others. will play s
"I'm honored by the attention I've received," he said. weekend o
"But at the same time, I feel it's just because I've been Wolverine
blessed with good kids and assistants." victories a
Middaugh will send one of those "good kids," right- Adrian will
hander Mike Grimes, to the mound in the first game respectivel
today. He plans to split the rest of the pitching duties Sunday.

hris Lutz, Mike Igansiak, Greg Everson, and
t, who has thrown 20 consecutive scoreless
ODDS appear to be stacked against
State, 12-9-2 this year and 0-14 in the career
the Wolverines.
r, the Vikings aren't intimidated by the the
gan squad, ranked 12th in the country in the
Baseball/ESPN Top 30.
.'t put any fear into my players concerning
We're going to try to go up there and win,"
id coach Fernando Arrango said.
nd State will throw its ace, Scott Asch in
The left-hander, 3-2 with a 4.40 ERA, was
n honorable mention All-American.
king offense will be led by first baseman
tersteller (.392), left fielder Sam Spehar
designated hitter Doug Olgiate (.348).
e Cleveland State twinbill, the Wolverinfes
ix games in the next four days. With the
ff from Big Ten action, Middaugh and the
s should be able to rack up a few more
gainst smaller schools. Siena Heights and
I travel to Ann Arbor tomorrow and Friday,
y, and Michigan will play at Toledo on

Softballers sweep pair

Daily Photo by JOHN MUNSON
Sophomore pitcher Jim Abbott is expected to pitch in today's doubleheader against Cleveland State. With
a victory today, the Wolverines will make Coach Bud Middaugh the second winningest baseball coach
in Michigan history.

From staff reports
The Michigan softball team
swept a double-header from Wayne
State University yesterday afternoon
with the entire team contributing to
the victories.
In the first game, Michelle
Bolster pitched a two-hit shutout to
lead the Wolverines to a 9-0 defeat
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walked and outfielder Beth Mueller
followed with the game-winning hit
in the form of a two-run triple.
Taking advantage of a shaky
Wayne State pitching staff, the
Wolverines put many ducks on the
pond, getting 10 hits and drawing
10 walks.
The second game was a lot
closer with Michigan winning 2-1.
The Tartars took a 1-0 lead in
the top of the sixth inning when
they scored on a wild pitch by
Michigan's Julie Clark.
But the Wolverines countered
with two runs in the bottom of the
sixth to win the game. After
Bolster walked, and Mueller and
Sara Dyksterhouse both reached on
errors, Nan Payne hit a sacrafice fly
to score Bolster. Vicki Morrow
then rapped a pinch-hit single to
score Mueller for the game-winning
Michigan raised its record to 25-
12 and is in second place in the Big

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