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Basketball
vs. North Carolina
Friday, 8 p.m.
Seattle Kingdome, Ch. 2

SPORTS

Basketball
Midwest Regional
Friday and Sunday
Pontiac Silverdome

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The Michigan Daily

Wednesday, March 23, 1988

Page4

Baseball
Wolverines
triumph in
home opener
Continued from Page 1
sharp. The senior right-hander struck
out four in three innings of work and
allowed only one ball out of the in-
field.
"I thought our pitching was very
mediocre," said Middaugh, "But Iggy
threw really well."
IGNA SIA K worked out of a
jam in the first. A single by Smith
put Grand Valley runners on first and
third with only one out. Ignasiak
proceeded to strike out cleanup hitter
Jeff Terpstra on a major league
curveball before Mike Kolo flied out
to right.
The major league curveball was
noticed by several major league
scouts in attendance, who also
clocked Ignasiak's fastball early on
at 88 MPH.
The Wolverine batters seemed
energized by Ignasiak's heroics.
Michigan pounded Grand Valley
hurlers Gary Smith and Tim
Schuppe for 11 runs in the first two
innings.
Junior catcher Darrin Campbell
led the charge with four ribbies, on a
two-run homer in the first and a sin-
gle in the second.
ABBOTT provided the most ex-
citement in the latter part of the
lopsided second contest, getting his
first two hits ever after coming in as
DH. He squibbed one down the first-
base line in the third and lined one
past the second baseman in the fifth.
Grand Valley could only garner
five hits for the game, matching its

output for the first game.
In that first game, the Wolverines
jumped out to a 2-0 lead with single
runs in the first two innings off
Grand Valley starter Mark Potter.
The Wolverines answered the
Lakers' two runs off Abbott with
three of their own in the bottom of
the third. Gene Haeger led off the
inning with a triple followed by a
walk by Campbell, the star of the
first game. Tom Brock and Doug
Kaiser both lashed RBI singles to
give Michigan the lead for good.
BROCK was the hitting star of
the game. The senior right fielder
was three-for-three, coming up just a
home run short of the cycle. Brock
also had two runs and two RBIs -
to go along with three more RBIs he
got in the nightcap.
Ross Grimes finished up to earn
his first save of the year.
Michigan's two rookie first
basemen both had fine days. Greg
Haeger went two-for-four with two
runs and an RBI, and Dan Ruff,
playing DH, was almost identical,
going two-for-four with two runs
and two RBIs.
"The younger guys are the ones
that are hitting well," said Mid-
daugh, adding that he's been disap-
pointed with some of the veterans.
Middaugh, though, was pleased
with his team's fielding after some
rough times on Michigan's spring
trip. Shortstop Steve Finken turned
in some sparklers while also keeping
his batting average above .500, go-
ing two-for-three for the day. The
Lakers, on the other hand, commit-
ted only three errors thanks to some
generous scoring decisions.
The Wolverines' winning streak
goes to six with the sweep. They
stand at 7-5 heading into a pair of
weekend twinbills against Ball State.

ESPN

SCHOOL
1. Oklahoma
2. Texas
3. Stanford
4. Miami (Fl
5. California
6. Fresno St.
7. Mississipp
8. Texas A&r
9. Nebraska
10. USC
11. Louisiana
12. Cal-Full
13. New Orl
14. Washingt
15. Arkansa
16. Loyola M
17. Clemson
18. Arizona
19. Florida S
20. Wichita
21. MICHIG
22. BYU
23. Houston
24. S. Alabar
25. Florida

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TOP 25
W-L-T L2.
t. 16-1-0 1
30-5-0 3
18-6-0 4
25-3-0 2
23-8-0 6
25-6-0 13
St. 13-4-0 5
26-5-0 7
15-2-0 14
23-7-0 &
St. 15-4-0 10
ton 20-9-0 12
ns 16-5-0 18
St. 14-4-0 23
16-6-0 15
24-7-0 7
18-4-0 9
26-8-0 20
17-6-0 11
8-4-0 22
N 5-5-0 16-
11-5-0 19
22-5-2 28
1 19-6-0 25
20-8-1 NR

Daily Photo by ELLEN LEVY

Michigan shortstop Steve Finken slides safely into second base during the Wolverines' doubleheader sweep
over Grand Valley.

Grand opener
First game
Grand Valley 002 001 0 3 5 2
MICHIGAN 113 010 x 6 10 0
Potter, Clark (5) and McTaggert; Abbott, Tanderys (4), Grimes and
Gillette. W-Abbott, 2-1. S-Grimes (1). L-Potter, 1-2.
Second game
Grand Valley 000 020 0 2 5 1
MICHIGAN 560 001 x 12 14 1
Smith, Schoppe (2) and McTaggert; Ignasiak, Powell (4), Lata (6) and
Campbell, Dodge. W-Ignasiak, 2-1. L-Smith, 1-1. HRs-Michigan,
Campbell (1).

ANNOUNCEMENT
The Office of Minority Affairs, University of Michigan,
will host Dr. Jeff Howard, noted Psychologist and
President of the Efficacy Institute, as a Martin Luther King/
Cesar Chavez/Rosa Parks Visiting Scholar,
March 29 through 31,1988.
Dr. Howard will give a public lecture on "Advancing
the Intellectual Development of Minorities: A Framework
for Analysis and Action" at the Institute for Social
Research, Room 6050, on Tuesday March 29,
beginning at 3:30 p.m.
The lecture will be followed by a reception
from 5:00-6:00 p.m.
We encourage students, faculty, and staff to meet
with Dr. Ijoward during his visit here.
For information regarding his schedule of activities
and available meeting times please call
Valerie Munson at 936-1055.

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