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Wrestling
vs. Michigan State
Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.
Crisler Arena

SPORTS

Men's Basketball
at Ohio State
Tonight, 9:30 p.m.
ESPN Cable

The Michigan Daily

Monday,_January 18, 1988

Page 9

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16-12 overall. The sixteen victories give Beren-
son the most in his four-year tenure as Wolverine
coach.
Sophomore goalie Warren Sharples thwarted
repeated Flame attempts in both Friday and Sat-
urday's contest. Sharples, who made 65 saves on
the weekend, turned back numerous breakaways
and close-range shots, receiving rave reviews
from everyone involved.
"Sharples did it for them," said Flame winger
Sheldon Gorski, who was stopped five times
from point-blank range on the weekend. "I've
never been stopped on two breakaways in one
game before. At least, if it's happened, I can't
remember when."
"ANYTHING less than great could not be
bestowed upon him," said Illinois-Chicago head

harp-Ies saves M
coach Val Belmonte, whose team droppea to L- /- center Rob Brown with two goals and left wing
1 at home this season. "He was the difference. He Don Stone with a goal and two assists. Senior
was terrific the whole weekend." right wingers Brad McCaughey and Billy Powers,
Two five-on-three goals early in the second both returning from injuries, scored as well in
period gave Wolverines a 3-1 cushion. Michigan the Saturday triumph.
scored six power-play goals on the weekend, Friday night was dominated by sophomore
converting on 40 percent of its man-advantage winger Bryan Deasley, a first-round Calgary
chances. Flames draft choice. Deasley recorded the first
While Michigan was utilizing its power-play Michigan hat trick of the season and the first of
chances, the Flames squandered theirs. Illinois- his career.
Chicago went a paltry two of 12 in its man-ad-
vantages, while aggravating Belmonte with the Wolverine assistant coach Larry Pedrie gained
penalties taken. some sweet revenge over the Illinois-Chicago,
"We dominated them until we took some his previous employer.
stupid penalties," said Belmonte. "Five on five, "While I hate to see these kids lose," said
the teams were even, but five on three, we were Pedrie about his former team, a Michigan
beaten badly." weekend sweep "is the kind of hurt that I can live
THE WOLVERINE scoring was led by with."

ichigan icers

'This weekend gave me
a real good feeling. This
is the best that I have felt
since I have been at
Michigan. This is t he
high point of the Michi-
gan hockey p r o g r a m
since I have been here.'
-Red Berenson

WOLVERINES GAIN REVENGE

'M'

grapplers take down foes

S Y MPOSI U O N

the

By RICHARD EISEN
The 13th-ranked Michigan
wrestlers opened up their Big Ten
season this weekend at Crisler
Arena, looking to avenge their 1987
losses to Illinois and Purdue. The
Wolverines did so in grand fashion.
Saturday night, the Wolverines dis-
patched the Fighting Illini, 32-6, and
on Sunday, they whipped the Boil-
ermakers, 30-13.
Last season, it was Illinois and
Purdue who did the whipping,
catching the Wolverines at the end of
an extended road trip. The two
losses helped ruin the Big Ten sea-
son for the Wolverines, and Michi-
gan coach Dale Bahr never forgot it.
"This makes me feel a lot better,"
said Bahr after the meets. "Normally,
I don't think this way. I don't worry
that we lost or we beat somebody
last year. But, I thought we had a
chance to. have a good season last
year and it all went down the tubes
in that road trip."
IRONICALLY ENOUGH,
the Michigan wrestler that made the
most impact this weekend was
someone who was not even around
last year, first-year athlete S am
Amine. The 150-pound Amine,
added to the Michigan roster just this
week, wrestled in his first collegiate
dual against Steve Hankenson of
Illinois, and beat him decisively, 11-
4.
Amine wrestled well against Pur-
due, too. Down 3-1, with two min-
utes left to go in his match with Pat
Hoy, Amine fought back impres-

sively and won, 4-3. The rookie im-
pressed Bahr with a show of charac-
ter.
"He has an inner confidence and
self confidence that's hard to beat,"
said Bahr of Amine. "Somebody else,
might get shaken in that situation,
but he didn't."
The most dominating perfor-
mance of the entire weekend was
given by Michigan's John Fisher.

FISHER PURPOSELY let
his opponent, Illinois' Erik Mueller,
escape his takedown, giving Mueller
one point, just so he could take
Mueller down again for two points
and try for the pin. Later in the
match, Fisher accidentally let
Mueller out of his grasp and Mueller
crawled for safety out of the circle.
Just as Mueller was about to
leave the circle, Fisher grabbed
Mueller's ankle with one hand and,
in an awesome demonstration of
power and strength, pulled him back
in to take him down for another two
points. Fisher ended up superior de-
cisioning Mueller, 20-6.
Fisher was just as impressive
against Purdue, pinning Tim Mc-
Clellan at 3:31 in the match. Twen-
tieth-ranked Purdue, a much tougher
opponent than Illinois, found itself
in an immediate 6-0 hole in team
scoring because senior William Wa-
ters, a 118 pounder who was added to
the roster with Amine, pinned Pur-
due's Mark Sanfilippo
"We'll never beat you at 118,"
conceded Purdue coach Bill Trujillo
the Tuesday before the meet.
NEXT, PURDUE found itself
in a deeper hole when they had to
forfeit the 126 match because their
126-pound wrestler injured himself

the night before against Michigan
State. Then Fisher took over and
pinned his opponent to give Michi-
gan a 18-0 advantage in team scor-
ing..
As Bahr expected, Purdue's Joe
Urso at 177 caused Michigan prob-
lems by superior decisioning Justin
Spewock, 17-2. Another bright spot
for Purdue was heavyweight Cal
Vande Hoef, who pinned Bob Po-
tokar in the last match of the meet.
Purdue coach Trujillo is already

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