Track and Tennis Building
vs. Western Michigan (DH)
Today 2 p.m.
Ray Fisher Stadium
The Michigan Doily
Wednesday, March 30, 1988
BY LISA GILBERT
The Michigan women's tennis
team bolstered its confidence level in
ending its non-conference season
with a bang yesterday, trouncing
Bowling Green State University, 9-
The win, the Wolverines fifth
over Mid-American Conference op-
ponents, raised their record to 11-4,
as they head into this weekend's Big
Ten matches against Indiana and
No. 1 singles player Tina Basle
easily handled Julie Banks in straight
sets 6-1,6-1. Basle, ranked No. 68 in
singles nationally, seemed satisfied
with her performance.
"It's always nice to win," said
Basle. "With the Big Ten schedule
right around the corner this is a good
Coach Bitsy Ritt shuffled the
line-up yesterday so everyone could
receive some match experience.
First-year player Ana Schork re-
placed Cathy Schmidt at the No. 6
singles position, beating Kelly
King, 6-2, 6-1. "At first I was a lit-
tle nervous," admitted Schork. "But I
settled down once I got into my
"I wanted to give Ana the oppor-
tunity to play and gain some confi-
dence," explained Ritt. "If anyone
gets injured she's the first one in.
She has to be ready to play."
Ritt also changed all the doubles
teams, giving the No.1 team of
Basle and Stacey Berg a rest. Ritt
moved her first two teams up a
notch and inserted Natalie Butler and
Susie Patlovich in at the number
Wendy Stross, Kristen Ashare and
Leslie Mackey all won both doubles
and singles matches. Ashare and
Mackey played at the No.1 doubles
position in beating Banks and Bon-
nie Oswald, 7-5, 6-2.
Falcon player Brenda Conley had
a few complaints after the
match."The surface favored Michigan
and the lighting wasn't very good,"
said Conley. "But they played real
steady and were one of the best
teams we've faced so far this year."
With Ohio State and Indiana on
deck this weekend, the Wolverines
are at the top of their game. Michi-
gan was recently ranked fifth in the
region after starting the season at
"We're anxious to start the Big
Ten," said Ritt. "I'm extremely
pleased with the way we've been
playing. There has been a definite
improvement in the last month and
we're ready to prove we deserve the
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