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COED Gymnastics
vs. Illinois
Sunday, 2:00 p.m.
Varsity Arena

SPORTS
Wednesday, January 24, 1990

Men's Basketball
vs. Michigan State
Saturday, 3 p.m.
Crisler Arena

The Michigan Daily,

Page 10

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Wrestlers improve to 3-0 in Big Ten after 25-12 win over MSU for volleyball coach

by Jeff Sheran
Daily Sports Writer
In its first close conference dual
meet matchup of the season, the
Michigan wrestling team defeated in-
trastate rival Michigan State, 25-12.
Michigan pulled away from a 9-9
tie with the Spartans at the halfway
point, to up its Big Ten dual meet
record to 3-0.
Both coaches and players agreed
that the pivotal match occurred in
the 167-pound class, where Mich-
igan first-year redshirt Lanny Green
defeated Roy Hall, 4-1.
"The key match was Green's -
no doubt about it," co-captain Fritz
Lehrke said. "(Sam) Amine's win
was big, but Lanny's sealed it up."
Tied with Hall in the third period,
Green scored a takedown to make the
score 3-1, which, combined with a
substantial riding time advantage,
resulted in a 4-1, decision for the
Wolverines.
"Lanny really gutted it out, and it
really turned the momentum of the
match," Spartan coach Phil Parker
said.
Michigan coach Dale Bahr agreed.
"Green turned the tide, and gave
Justin (Spewock) an impetus to do
well," he said
Spewock (177) followed suit
with a 10-2 victory over junior
Jamie Richardson. Though Spewock
led 7-2 heading into the third period,
the score did not reflect how close
the match actually was.
In the final minute of action,
Spewock turned Richardson on his
back, scoring a near fall. The match
ended with Spewock still trying to

by Theodore Cox
Daily Sports Writer
The Michigan athletic admini-
stration will begin interviewing
prospective volleyball coaches in the
upcoming weeks. The job was
vacated after Joyce Davis resigned
December 4th and the athletic board
is clearly stating that a decision has
not been made.
Interim athletic director Jack
Weidenbach and the associate director
of women's athletics, Phyllis Ocker
have stated that they are committed
to finding a quality coach. They will
have to weed through the fifty or so
applications they have received. The
application deadline was January 15.

. Prospective coaches from every-
where in the nation have shown
interest in the job. Michigan has
received resumes from coaches in.
California, Florida, Pennsylvania,
and even one from Nebraska. The
athletic board is hoping they will
have someone named by February so
the new coach will have a chance to
be a part of the recruiting process.
The volleyball team has not
posted a winning record since 1984,
and has never finished above .500
against the other Big Ten Teams.
Under Davis, Michigan compiled an*
overall record of 50-83 over four
seasons. More disappointing was her
conference record of 8-64, including
a 1-17 finish this year.

CCHA SCORECARD

Michigan wrestler Joey Gilbert (bottom) prepares to flip Pete Schulte of MSU early in last night's match.
Gilbert won 10-4 as the Wolverines defeated the Spartans 25-12.

pin his opponent, instead recording a
major decision.
"My concentration was a lot bet-
ter tonight," Spewock said. "(Grad-
uate Assistant) Bill (Elbin) kept
telling me before the match 'Focus',
because that's been my main
problem all season."
Sparking the Wolverine runaway
was Amine (158), who notched his
team-leading 13th fall of the season

with a 15-0 technical fall over Mike
Krause. Amine boosted his record to
26-3-1, 5-0-1 in dual meets.
"I knew we needed points, so I
just went in there and pounded him,"
Amine said.
Also posting impressive victories
were Joey Gilbert (134) and Lehrke
(190), who remained the only two
Wolverines with perfect dual meet
records, each at 7-0.
Lehrke (26-6 overall), continued
his pummelling of Big Ten oppon-
ents with a 15-2 major decision over
Mark Zenas. In three Big Ten meets,
the 190-pound co-captain boasts two
major decisions and a pin.
"Fritz is always a mauler, and to-
night was no different," Parker said.

"I like his style."
Gilbert remained unblemished by
trouncing Pete Schulte, 10-4. The
standout frosh upped his overall rec-
ord to 29-5, holding the most wins
of any Wolverine, and drawing praise
from Parker.
"By my estimation, Gilbert's an
all-American this year," the Spartan
coach said.
In a mild surprise, true frosh
Greg Jackson (150) battled Wolver-
ine all-American Larry Gotcher to a
2-2 draw.
"If Green was (Michigan's) top
guy, I'd have to say our most val-
uable guy was definitely Jackson,"
Parker said.

Standings
TEAM (OVERALL)
Michigan St. (23-4-2)*
Lake Superior (20-5-3)*
BGSU (16-11-1)
Mich. (16-10-2)
W. Michigan (12-15-1)
Ohio State (9-16-3)
Miami (9-15-4)
Ferris State (8-15-5)
UIC (6-21-0)
*-clinched playoff spot
Scoring
NAMEt
Kip Miller, MSU
Pat Murray, MSU
Nelson Emerson, BGSU
Darryl Noren, UIC
Derek Higdon, OSU ;
Jeff Green, WMU
Jim Dowd, LSSU
Shawn Heaphy, MSU
Matt Ruchty, BGSU ;
Peter White, MSU

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20
16
14
12:
10'
9
5
4
5

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2
4
9
10
11
11
14
15
19

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2
2
1
2
1
2
3
5
0

Pts.
42
34
29
26
21
20
13
13
10
Pts.
53
48
43
42
39
38
38
36
35
35

Goaltending
NAME GP GA Avg.
D. Madeley, LSSU 11 23 2.22
Mike Gilmore, MSU 9 22 2.62
J. Muzzatti, MSU 15 46 3.A
B. Reed, LSSU 12 38 3.31
W. Sharples, UM 21 68 3.66
A. Libertucci, BGSU 14 51 3.91
Todd Fanning, OSU 10 37 4.25
Mike Williams, FSU 17 69 4.53
Marc Felicio, FSU 12 42 4.55
Mike Power, WMU 13 59 4.87

Pct.
.91
.89
.879
.872
.875
.868
.859
.856
.861
.842

GP G
24 26
24 14
24 13
24 21
22 20
22 19
22 9
24 19
23 21
24 10

A
27
34
30
21
19
19
29
17
14
25

Friday's results
Michigan 5, Ferris State 2
Michigan State 5, Bowling Green 4,
Ohio State 4, W. Michigan 3
Miami 7, UIC 2
Lake Superior 5, Maine 5 (OT)
Saturday's results
Michigan 6, Ferris State 5 (OT)
Michigan State 4, Bowling Green 4 (OT)
W. Michigan 7, Ohio State 5
UIC 5, Miami 4
Maine 7, Lake Superior 3
Saturday's gaunes
Ohio State at Michigan (PASS
Bowling Green at Lake Superior
Western Michigan at Miami
Ferris State at UIC
Mich.- Dearborn at Michigan State

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