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Women's Basketball
vs. Mexican National Team
Sunday, 2:00 p.m.
Crisler Arena

SPORTS

Hockey
vs. Ohio State
Tonight, 7:30 p.m.
Yost Ice Arena

The Michigan Doily,
Tune up meet for
women swimmers
by Steven Frai berg in the nation - Stanford, Florida,
[Daily Sports Contributor an Texa -,
a The Wolverines will continue " swam the fastest 400 medley
their quest for an NCAA title this relay we've ever swam during the
Friday when they face Illinois and season," said Richardson. "In fact,
EMU at Canham Natatorium. right now it may be the fastest in
"We want to see how strong the country."
some swimmers are in their own The team also knocked off the
events," Michigan coach Jim Wildcats Lori Holmes, last year's
Richardson said. He plans to use the Big Ten champion in the 1000 yard
upcoming meet to see how several freestyle, by placing both number
swimmers fare in events outside one and two in the event. Michigan
their specialty. defeated Northwestern 78-34.
Despite the dual meet, "Northwestern is a tremendous
Richardson refuses to let the team rivalry. I have a lot of respect for
iest. "We can't take four or five days them, I have a lot of respect for their
ff, or we won't get the things done coach," Richardson said. "We just
we need to," he said. swam a very aggressive meet."
"We're looking forward to see The combination of the positive
what we can do while we're in this results from the Northwestern meet
shape," said senior Stephanie and the positive feelings among
Leibner. "It's a nice change to have team members has Richardson
meets instead of all the workouts." believing that this could be a banner
The meet will also serve as an year for the Wolverines.
indicator for the Wolverines "This team has excellent team
upcoming trip to the Grand Prix cohesiveness," said Richardson. "The
Invitational in Los Angeles. Five freshmen clicked.
out of the top seven teams will "It was a smooth transition for
compete there from December 1st to both the upperclassmen and the
the 3rd. freshmen acclimating themselves,"
said senior Stephanie Liebner.
Coming off an emotional win at "At this point we are ahead of
Northwestern, this team has the any previous season," said
potential to crack the top three teams Richardson.
Men swimmers unveil
new 400-medle relay

Friday, November 17, 1989

Page 10

Icers face improved Buckeyes
,mDbi Hockey Writer

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This weekend the Michigan hockey team (6-3-1) will face an improved
Ohio State squad (4-5-1, 4-3-1 in the CCHA) in a home-and-home series.
Last season the Buckeyes had problems with injuries and other maladies
to produce an eigth-place finish in the CCHA with a 7-20-5 record. Such
performances caused the team to be looked down upon but their play so far
this season have caused the critics to reconsider.
"They're a much improved team," Michigan coach Red Berenson said:
"The first time we played them last year they hadn't won a game yet, nov
they have four. They're in a pretty good race to stay in the upper echelon of
the league."
Presently, Ohio State is in fifth place and two of the reasons for the
jump are the play of two new-comers, goalie Mike Bales and center Eddie
Choi.
Bales was inserted into the lineup when incumbent Todd Fanning
dislocated his shoulder two days before the season opener. He has responded
with four wins and a 4.34 goals against average.
Choi has provided a spark for a punchless Buckeye offense. In eight
CCHA games Choi has 10 goals and seven assists. His 17 points lead the;
team.
"Youth has been a good part with this year's class but not the solution,"
Buckeye coach Jerry Welsh said. "They're not the answer but just part of the
solution."
Last season Ohio State had to play 13 of its first 16 games on the road
while this year, the Buckeyes were at home for seven of their first 1Q
games. The increase in early season home games and the decrease in injuries,
have formulated a more successful Ohio State squad.
As far as Michigan is concerned the key word is change. Coach Berenson
has switched some of the lines around in order to find the proper chemistry.
"We're instilling some playmaking and we're looking for players to
complement each other," Berenson said.

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JOSE JUAREZ/Daily
Ryan Pardoski skates along the boards during the 1988 Great Lakes
Invitational.
Pardoski suspended for academics
Wednesday, Michigan coach Red Berenson announced that senior left
winger Ryan Pardoski was on academic leave from the team.
"Ryan is suspended until he shows that he's doing a better job in school.
He's having trouble in a couple of classes so we're taking him out of the
line-up," Berenson said.
"He's still eligible to play but we don't want hockey to be an excuse for
him to be out at Michigan."
In his 118 career games at Michigan Pardoski has 19 goals and 22
assists. However, in 10 games this season Pardoski has played sparingly and
has only one assist.
- Peter Zellen

Last weekend Berenson switched defensive lines so Doug Evans would
play with Chris Tamer and the two seniors, Alex Roberts and Todd
Copeland would skate together.
This series marks the return of senior right winger Brad Turner who has
been out all season with a broken wrist. He will join the line of Jim.
Ballantine at center and Mark Sorenson at left wing.
In looking to improve on the offense, Berenson has also moved left
winger Denny Felsner back with his old linemate Don Stone. The center
will be newcomer Mark Ouimet.
The series will start Friday night at Yost and will be completed Sunday
in Columbus.

by Douglas Donaldson
Daily Sports Contributor
The Illinois' swimmers head into
Ann Arbor tonight for a showdown,
with the Wolverines. Michigan's
coaching staff is unsure of what to
expect from the Illinois squad, a
team whose high expectations have'
gone unfulfilled.
With their meet record at a perfect
4-0, Michigan will continue to keep
an eye on the future while focusing'
on the present. Michigan's preseason
oaml was an NCAA cham innchin

For tonight's meet with Illinois,
the team will unveil a new lineup
for the 400-yard medley relay event.
The new team of Steve Bigelow,
Mike Barrowman, Brian Gunn, and
Brent Lang, is "ourfastest yet,"
according to Noetzel.
At this point in the season, the
team has been getting impressive
performances from its better
swimmers. However, that has not
been enough to satisfy the coaching
staff.

Women's cross country gets
at-large bid to national meet

Hurry! Last opportunity to
turn in Griddes predictions
Don't forget to turn in your Griddes picks by 5:00 today at the Student
Publications Building at 420 Maynard Street. If you are lucky enough to
correctly predict the most winners in this weekend's games, we will fly you
and your friend to glorious downtown Ann Arbor. Once there, you'll be
treated to a free lunch or dinner for two courtesy of O'Sullivans Eatery and
Pub on South University.

and head coach Jon U rbanchek and w r one no ws , e hve w
his staff are constantly making world-record holder, everyone knows
changes aimed at achieving that bout our big guns, said Notzel.
goal. "It's just a matter of putting together
"The feeling is that we still have enough good swimmers to make a
a lot of work to do to contend for the run at the (NCAA) title."
title," assistant coach Mark Noetzel The hope is that those
said. "Everyone's working really swimmers who haven't yet produced
hard to make sure we qualify as will start to do so by the Longhorn
many swimkersasossil e afyrthsInvitational Meet to be held in two
many swimmers as possible for the weeks in Austin, Texas.
NCAAs."

by Judith Droz
Daily Sports Contributor
The best birthday gift women's
cross country coach Sue Foster could
have received was a bid for her team
to participate in the NCAA Meet on
November 20th.
Foster's gift was granted when
her team was invited to compete
with the best runners in the nation at
the U.S. Naval Academy in
Annapolis, Maryland.
The participating teams were
chosen from eight districts in the

nation with the two top teams (from
each district) receiving automatic
bids. Six at-large bids are given out
to round out the field.
Michigan received its bid on
Tuesday along with Big Ten
champion Indiana, Minnesota and
Iowa.
The Wolverines are anxious to
prove that a disappointing fourth
place finish at districts last Saturday
was not indicative of the team's
capabilities.
"I'm out for blood," said All-
American runner Mindy Rowand.
"I'm personally shooting for the top
ten. As a team we should finish in
the top ten also."
An excited Foster believes her
team deserves to be at the
tournament. "If they run the way
they should we can finish inthe top
15. We have the ability to win."
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