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The Michigan Daily-Friday, December 4, 1987- Page 15
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swimmers open year at EMU

By TAYLOR LINCOLN
The men's swimming team will
have its first opportunity to
showcase the entire '87-'88 squad
when it travels to Ypsilanti this
weekend for the Eastern Michigan
University Invitational.
The invitational field of Kenyon,
Oakland University, and host school
Eastern Michigan is not expected to
give Michigan much of a test. The
Wolverines return all but two
swimmers from last year's Big Ten
championship team and are ranked
sixth nationally in the N C A A
coaches poll. They should win
handily this weekend.
The meet begins at 6 p.m. at
EMU. It will continue Saturday with
starting times at 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.

SO FAR, the team's only
action has been an intra-squad meet
in Ann Arbor, and a Big Ten relay
meet held at Northwestern. Michigan
won five of 10 events in Evanston,
with Iowa winning four and
Wisconsin taking the other.
Though the Wolverines will not
face stiff competition this weekend,
the meet will provide an opportunity
to qualify some of their top
swimmers for the NCAA meet, to
be held in early April.
Swimmers can qualify for the
national meet at any time during the
year-based solely upon satisfying a
set time requirement. Most
swimmers who qualify for nationals
do not do so until the Big Ten meet
(March 3-5), but head coach Jon

Urbanchek hopes to get some
qualifications out of the way early.
"We're shooting for season-best
times (to date), and to qualify a few
for the NCAAs."
AMONG THE prominent
returnees from last year's team who
hope to meet NCAA qualification
times this weekend are sophomore
Brent Lang (50, 100, and 200-yard
freestyles, and 200-yard individual
medley), junior Marty Moran(100
and 200-yard butterflies), and senior
Jan-Erick Olsen (100 and 200-yard
breathstrokes).
All three swimmers hold school
records and all three finished in the
top 15 nationally last year in at least
one event. Moran reached the
consolation finals in the 100 and

200-yard freestyles. Olson was
fourth in the 100-yard backstroke,
and Moran fifth in the 200-yard
butterfly.
Mike Berrowman, a first-year
swimmer from Potomac, Md., enters
the program with a world of
promise. He is already flirting with
Olsen's school records in the 100
and 200-yard butterflies.
THE ONLY PLAYERS
missing from last year's squad are
freestylists Dave Kerska and Joe
Parker. Parker holds school records
in the 50 and 100-yard freestyles,
while Kerska won the Big Ten in the
100-yard freestyle. Both have
remained with the team as graduate
assistant coaches.
Parker said the main goals of this
year's team are to improve on its
sixth place national ranking and to
repeat as Big Ten champions. Iowa
and Indiana are expected to be
Michigan's most formidable
challengers.
Michigan will see its first strong
competition over the holidays in the
U.S. Open Championship in
Orlando. Fla. Four top ten teams,
including No. 1 ranked Texas, will
join Michigan at the invitational.
Following that meet, the
Wolverines will continue to train
intensely, until mid-February, when
they will begin tapering down their
training routine-priming
themselves for the Big Ten meet in
Indianapolis.
WEEKEND
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south for
By MICHAEL SALINSKY
The women's basketball
team's trip to North Carolina this
weekend will be a welcome escape
from the harsh weather of Ann
Arbor.
It will also be a welcome
change of scenery from Crisler
Arena and the memory of the 92-
70 mauling at the hands of
Oakland University, Tuesday
night.
The Wolverines hope they can
regroup at the Lady Tar Heel
Invitational tonight and tomorrow
in Chapel Hill. The field, i n
addition to Michigan, includes
Iowa State, Northeastern, and host
North Carolina.
Although the south should
present some nice weather, the
Wolverines won't be whistling
Dixie to face North Carolina
tonight in the opening game. The
Lady Tar Heels, 1-1 on the year,
have received five consecutive
NCAA tournament bids. Last
year's squad finished at 19-10,
third in the ACC.
NORTH CAROLINA is led
by senior forwards, Tia Poindexter
and Chryss Watts, who are
averaging 17 and 15.5 points per
game, respectively. Poindexter
also leads the team in rebounds
with 19.
"We have several players who.

to urney
are especially gifted," said North
Carolina head coach Sylvia Rhyner
Hatchell, "and those gifts have
been overshadowed in the past
three years." Rhyner Hatchell was
alluding to last year's all-ACC
center Dawn Royster who
graduated after averaging 18.7 ppg.
The Lady Tar Heels, unlike the
Wolverines, are an experienced
squad. Senior center Kathy Wilson
(14 ppg.) joins Poindexter and
Watts for an all-senior front line.
The leader in assists, guard Jenny
Yapp, is a junior.
MICHIGAN, on the other
hand, has started one senior, three
sophomores, and one first-year
student during its 1-1 start. Senior
guard Vonnie Thompson leads
Michigan with 12 assists.
The Wolverines, played well in
their opener, topping.Indianapolis
by 16 points. Tempie Brown,
Michigan's leading scorer, tallied
25 points in the game. Tuesday's
game, however, was a disaster.
"We were outplayed in every
aspect of the game," said Michigan
head coach Bud VanDeWege after
the Wolverines shot .378 from the
floor and turned the ball over 32
times in Oakland's 22-point
victory.
Iowa State (12-16 last year)
faces Northeastern in the other
opening round game tonight.

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Michigan's Marty Moran is one of many returning veterans on the men's swimming team. The Wolverines lost
only two swimmers from last year's squad.

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