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Page 12 --The Michigan Daily--Friday, February 12, 1988

Indiana
featured at
last swim
meet in
Matt Mann

By TAYLOR LINCOLN
Only one Big Ten school has an
all-time winning record against the
men's swimming team - Indiana.
The Hoosiers have been a constant
nemesis to the Wolverines through
the years, leading the series, 27-20.
It is fitting, then, that Michigan
will swim their final meet at Matt
Mann Pool against Indiana, at 1
p.m. tomorrow. Michigan hosts
Michigan State tonight at 7:30.
"It's been very close between
Michigan and Indiana the last 30
years. It's kind of ironic that we'll
be closing up Matt Mann Pool

against them," said coach Jon Ur-
banchek.
Also ironic is the fact that Indiana
is the last team to beat Michigan in
a dual meet. The Hoosiers defeated
the Wolverines, in Bloomington, in
1984. It was Michigan's only loss
in a dual meet in Urbanchek's six
years as head coach.
Neither MSU nor Indiana is ex-
pected to give Michigan much trou-
ble this weekend. But both meets
should feature some good races.
"There will be some good one-on-

one swimming," said Urbanchek.
The final event against Indiana
- the 200-yard breaststroke -
promises to be one of the best races
of the season. It will match Michi-
gan's Mike Barrowman against the
Hoosiers' Sergio Lopez.
Each is in his first year of NCAA
competition, and each has adapted to
college swimming with amazing
ease. Lopez is ranked No. 1 nation-
ally in the 200 breaststroke, Bar-
rowman is ranked No. 2.

Tardy 'M' wrestlers
edge Fighting Irish

Women 's swimmers face EMU

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The women's team will take to the
road tonight, but they don't have far
to travel. The trip will be a short one
-- east on Washtenaw Avenue to Olds
Pool on the EMU campus.
Olds Pool is not foreign to the
women's team. Over vacation, they
split workouts between Matt Mann
Pool and Olds. The team has exten-
sively used of the pool's 50-meter fa-
cility and the 10-meter diving board.

The meet has the added bonus that
the fast pool will provide Michigan
swimmers with fast seed times for the
Big Ten meet, which runs next
Thursday through Saturday.
"Our people don't always get to
swim these events - so quality
swims at EMU will put them right in
the thick of things at Indianapolis,"
said coach Jim Richardson.
-STEVE ROEDER

By RICHARD EISEN
Well, at least they didn't take
Northwest Orient.
The Michigan wrestling team's
bus was late Wednesday, causing
the team to arrive only twenty
minutes before its match with
Notre Dame, and the tardiness took
its toll. Thanks to the bus, No. 14
Michigan had great difficulty
beating unranked Notre Dame, 24-
16.
"We all felt a little
lackadaisical," said Michigan's
Mike Amine. "We only had five
minutes to warm up and then we
had to wrestle. Normally we do a
lot of exercises and then rest for an
hour. Our preparation was terrible."
In addition to the lack of
preparation time, the Wolverines
were exhausted, coming off a
debilitating weekend road trip
against top-ranked Iowa State and
Minnesota.
If you haven't already guessed,
this one wasn't very pretty.
"I was disappointed with the
results," said Michigan coach Dale
Bahr. "We won, but not by the
margin we had anticipated."
The luck of the Irish showed in
full force Wednesday, because all
the things that usually go right for
Michigan went wrong.
Usually, 118-pounder Willian

Waters gets Michigan a quick lead,
but against the Fighting Irish he
lost. Waters, in order to get his
weight down for the match, lost
seven pounds in vigorous workouts
the day before. Waters lost to Andy
Rodenbaugh, 7-5.
Usually, the Wolverines have a
lead going into All-American John
Fisher's match. This time, they
were tied at three.
Usually, John Fisher wrestles
for the team. Against, the Irish, he
didn't.
Fisher could not wrestle on
Wednesday because of an NCAA
rule stating that a wrestler can
wrestle only so many times in a
21-day period. Since Fisher wrestled
in an all-star match last week, he
could not wrestle last night.
Usually, Michigan comes out of
Fisher's match with a big lead. But
because Fisher's replacement, John
Moore, was pinned at 4:46, the
Wolverines were down, 9-3.
But from then on in, the luck of
the Irish turned maize and blue.
Larry Gotcher, Sam Amine, and
Mike Amine all won their matches,
giving the Wolverines the lead for
good. Heavyweight Bob Potokar
sealed the win for Michigan with a
pin at 2:55 in his match.
Michigan faces Indiana Sunday
at Crisler Arena.

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