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The Michigan Daily - Monday, December 5, 1988 - Page'13

Michigan swimmer Eric Wunderlich helped Michigan to a
first-place finish this weekend at home.

Heat
Michigan takes
third in meet
at Canham
Natatorium
Continued from Page 11
State came to the meet to win.
"They needed to prove that they
were ranked what they were,"
Michigan's Stefanie Liebner said.
"You're not going to come all the
way out here to fool around."
Arizona State's 794 points easily
outdistanced Tennessee (725) and
Michigan (622). Northwestern,
Colorado State and Eastern Michigan
rounded out the field.
Michigan's strongest performance
came in the diving competition,
where senior Clara Trammell swept
the one-, three-, and ten-meter events.
Amy Hansen finished second in the
one- and three-meter competitions.
Michigan head coach Jim
Richardson had hoped his team would
finish higher, but was still able to
put the meet into perspective.
"We rested a little bit, but not
enough to swim really fast,"
Richardson said. "I was kind of
hoping that some of our swims
would be a little faster, but I can't be
disappointed when you think of how
close we're coming to NCAA times.
Liebner qualified for the NCAA
championships with a second-place
time of 16 minutes 36.54 seconds in
the 1650-yard freestyle. Teammate
Gwen DeMaat picked up third in
16:42.71.
In the 500 freestyle, DeMaat's
4:49.84 took second, while Liebner
(4:54.13) finished third.
DeMaat also qualified for the
NCAA championships with a
second-place time of 4:23.86 in the
400 individual medley.
"The pressure's kind of off,"
DeMaat said about her qualifying
time. "But I should have been going
as fast as they (Arizona State) were."
Michigan's Ann Colloton, who
placed third in the 100 and 200
breastroke, also expected the team to
swim better than it did. "The
competition is a lot tougher than it
usually is," she said. "After the first
few events, we usually know we're
going to win."
Perhaps Liebner summed up the
outcome of the meet the best. "I
think it's exactly what we need right
now. We have to see that we can't
just float on our past successes."

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Continued from Page 11
freestyle. They were the first of many
strong finishes for the Wolverines.
The Wolverines scored another
first with Eric Wunderlich's finish in
the 200 individual medley.
Tennessee proved to be
competition for Michigan in other
events as well, winning the 400
medley realy. The Volunteers'
Melvin Stewart swam especially
well, finishing first in the 100
butterfly and the 100 backstroke. In
the 200 butterfly he was second.
Saturday, Namesnik returned to
finish first in the 400 individual
medley with a time of 3 minutes
55.27 seconds, just missing the
NCAA qualifying time of 3:55.08.
"I should have had (the NCAA cut
time) this weekend," Namesnik said.
"Hopefully the next time that I swim
it, I should make it. I just wasn't,
there."
m On Sunday, the Wolverines swam

another day full of strong races.
Michigan swept the top three
places in the 1650 freestyle.
Namesnik was first (15:37.23), Scott
Ryan took second (15:44.85), and
Bill Kopas was third (15:54.95).
"Namesnik put in an awesome
meet," men's coach Jon Urbanchek
said.
Wunderlich earned a first-place
finish in the 200 breastroke,
finishing at 2:02.01. Marty Moran
(1:50.65) and Namesnik (1:50.84)
almost beat out Tennessee's John
Kramer(1:50.61) in the 200 butterfly
- instead Moran was third and
Namesnik was fourth.
The diving team contributed to
the win with their fine showing in
the one-, three-, and 10-meter events.
On the one-meter board, Mike Bayerl
(461.70) was second, and Rob
Silverman (449.35) was third.
In the three-meter competition,
Michigan captured the top four spots.
Two divers, Bayerl (499.30) and
William Hayes (468.85) earned
NCAA cut-off scores. Rob
Silverman and Tim Petsche were
third and fourth.
On the 10-meter board, Bayerl
(517.90) was first and Silverman
(428.00) was second.

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