Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, March 15, 1989
AFTER FIRST VICTORY, WOMEN TRY TO KEEP MOMENTUM GOING
BY MARK KATZ;
The Michigan women's tennis
team follows up their first victory of
the season with a home meet today
against Bowling Green at the Track
and Tennis Building at 2 p.m.
After giving Toledo a 9-0 thrash-
ing last Wednesday, the Wolverines
(1-7) take on a squad which Mich-
igan coach Elizabeth Ritt called
"probably a little weaker than Tol-
edo, but still a good opponent."
Ritt feels that the team's record
does not accurately represent its per-
formance on the court to this point.
"We've faced some really tough
opponents in our first seven
matches," Ritt said.
She added: "We've played two
netters to face BGSU
strong Big Ten opponents (North-
western and Wisconson) as well as
three really strong teams from the
Southeastern Conference (Alabama,
Aburn and Mississippi State). At
times we've played well, but because
of our competition, our record is
According to Ritt, the Wolverines
must play a strong match today to
get some momentum for this up-
coming weekend's back-to-back
matchups with Western Michigan
and Eastern Michigan.
"The real key will be to play well
in doubles. Last week, although we
ended up winning, we just weren't
agressive and sharp enough there,"
Sophomores Stacy Berg and
Wendy Stross appeared strong in
doubles as well as singles last week.
Despite those two individual efforts,
Ritt looks for the team to play well
together as a whole.
"Everyone has to play well
against Bowling Green so we'll be
strong going into the matches this
weekend. (Today's) match really
gives us a good opportunity to get
in a solid match in before playing
two really good schools this week-
end," the fifth-year coach said.
Although the match is scheduled
to be held at 2 p.m. today, it may
have to be moved to 12 noon to
accomodate for a high school track
meet later in the day.
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Ch. 2 to show 'M' game
BY STEVE BLONDER
Channel 2 will televise Michigan's NCAA Southeast Regional
basketball game Friday against Xavier. Game time is 12:07 p.m., at the
Omni in Atlanta.
If the Wolverines win, Channel 2 will also show their second round
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- Michigan is leading the nation this season in shooting percentage,
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