Page 16 -The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, April 20, 1988
Men's volleyball club places
first in Midwest tournament
Softball takes Tartars
By BETHANY KLIPEC
Last weekend the Michigan
ntren's volleyball team continued its
domination of the Midwest region
.by- winning the Midwest
Tournament for the second straight
xThis year's tournament was held
at Bowling Green State University
in- Bowling Green, Ohio, and fea-
tured a field of 19 strong clubs. Fa-
vored Michigan topped Illinois
State, 15-12, 15-13, in a rematch of
last year's title game.
:The Wolverines bested squads
from Ohio Dominican, Michigan
State, and Wheaton College on
their road to the playoffs.
Seeded No. 1 in the playoffs,
Michigan faced Wheaton again in
the quarterfinals, thrashing them,
15-4, 15-4. In the semifinals the
Wolverines seized the opportunity
to avenge an earlier loss. In beating
archrival Notre Dame, 15-12, 15-
12, they advanced to the finals with
a spotless tournament record.of 10-
As Illinois State and Michigan
had split matches earlier this
season, the outcome of the final
match was unpredictable. Illinois
State, losing only one tournament
game, had compiled an impressive
9-1 record to Michigan's 10-0. The
Wolverines had to be on, and they
were, beating Illinois, 15-12, 15-
Top Michigan outside hitter
David Glaser won the Commis-
sioner's Award for his outstanding
performance in the final match. "He
was unstoppable all day long," said
coach Peg McCarthy.
As a result of its weekend wins,
Michigan qualified for the national
club championships, to be held at
the University of Maryland April
29-30. Michigan also qualified last
year, but was unable to attend due'
to a lack of financial support.
Coach McCarthy feels the team
has a chance to put in a strong'
showing at nationals. "We're peak-
ing at just the right time. We're
going to enter the tournament with
a great deal of momentum."
By STEVE COHEN
To be successful, it's important to answer
the door when opportunity knocks.
The Wolverines travelled to Wayne State
Monday, and when they let the door remain
unanswered, it cost them. The team played
unevenly and passed over some opportunities
to the Tartars, who were only too ready to
The Tartars entered the doubleheader with a
24-8 record, ranked third nationally in Divi-
sion II. The Wolverines were 17-10, with the
majority of their 10 losses coming in close
In the first game, the Wolverines won one
of those close games. Jenny Allard, who nor-
mally plays third base, pitched for the
Wolverines. Coach Carol Hutchins wanted to
give her two main pitchers, Michelle Bolster
and Andrea Nelson, some rest for today's dou-
bleheader against Central Michigan.
Allard led the Wolverines to a 3-2 victory
with her pitching as well as her batting. In the
fifth inning the score was tied, 2-2, with the
Wolverines up and runners on base. They
failed to capitalize. In the ninth inning, the
Wolverines received a second chance.
Allard, who has struggled at times offen-
sively, stepped up to the plate with a runner
on base. The game was over as soon as the
ball exploded off her bat into right field, one
of few long hits.
"Anytime it's really cold the pitchers be-
come more dominant, particularly powerful
pitchers," said Wayne State coach Gary Brice.
In the next game, the Tartars unloaded
pitcher Kelly Hawker, an All-American candi-
date, on the Wolverines. Hawker allowed only
three Michigan hits.
But Michigan's Nelson, after replacing the
injured Bolster in the first inning, pitched a
three-hitter herself. In a close 1-0 Wayne State
win, the difference as usual was timely hit-
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