Page 2- The Michigan Daily -Sports Thursday-January 11, 1990
The Wolverines lost Bo Schembechler's final game as Michigan
coach, 17-10 to the University of Southern Cal in the Rose Bowl on
January 1st. Complete Daily Sports Coverage begins on Page 1.
Bo Schembechler was named the President of the Detroit Tigers
organization and will take a leave of absence as Athletic Director at
Michigan. Complete Daily Sports Coverate in the News section of the
Michigan starting guard Mike Griffin left the game with an injury to a
ligament in his left hand.
December 30, 1989
Michigan 107 Eastern Michigan 83
The Wolverines closed out their non-conference schedule with an
easy win against their Washtenaw County rivals, 107-83. Mike Griffin
sat out the game nursing an injury to his non-shooting left hand but
Michael Talley and Demetrius Calip rose to the occassion. Talley,
making his first collegiate start, tallied 11 points and Calip came off the
bench to score 20 points as the Wolverines looked forward to a week
off before their next game in Bloomington.
-By Daily Basketball Writer Mike Gill
The Michigan men's swim team returned Tuesday from a two-week
stay in Baca Raton, Florida. The trip hardly qualified as a "vacation,"
however. As head coach Jon Urbanchek said, "We weren't sight-
The focus of the trip was an intense training camp, which
culminated with the Mission Bay Invitational Meet last weekend. The
practice nature of the camp was emphasized by not keeping scores
during the final meet.
"The competition wasn't that important," Urbanchek explained.*
"But the training was excellent, and the team was tremendously
-By Daily Sports Writer Douglas Donaldson
The Michigan hockey team hoists its Great Lakes Invitational trophy after
defeating Michigan State, 6-3, in the championship game.
The Michigan hockey team tied and lost a series of games on
January 5-6 to the Lake Superior State Lakers, by scores of 4-4
and 4-3. Complete Daily Sports Coverage begins on Page 1.
On December 28-29, Michigan co-hosted the Great Lakes
Invitaional tournament at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit. After beating
Northern Michigan 7-1, the Wolverines upset the then top-ranked
team in the country, Michigan State, 6-3, in the championship.
Four Wolverines were named to the All-Tournament team. Frosh
forwards David Roberts and Mike Ouimet, senior defenseman Todd
Copeland, and goaltender Warren Sharples - who was named
Sharples performance earned him co-CCHA Player of the Week
with Miami forward Craig Fisher.
Denny Felsner suffered a knee injury against Northern Michigan
and missed the championship game and the series against the
Lakers. He is doubtful for this weekend's series against Bowling
Don Stone reached the 100-point plateau at Michigan by scoring
two goals and two assists in the tourney.
Complete Daily Sports Coverage of the GLI is on page 8.
On December 15-16, the Wolverines swept a pair of games
from the University of Illinois-Chicago, posting 6-3 and 13-4 wins
respectively. Sophomore Denny Felsner and frosh David Roberts
each collected five points in the 13-4 pasting, as Michigan gained its
900th win in 68 years of varsity hockey competition. Felsner's
weekend performance earned him CCHA Player-of-the-Week
honors. Vacslav Nedomansky scored once in both games, his first
goals of his collegiate career.
-By Daily Sports Editor Mike Gill
Loy Vaught skies one over a helpless Northern Michigan defender,
notching two of his 20 points during Michigan's 102-74 rout on December
The Wolverines opened Big Ten action Monday night with a 69-
67 loss to the Indiana Hoosiers. Complete Daily Sports Coverage
begins on Page 1.
Also, before Big Ten action opened the Wolverines ran their non-
conference record to 10-1, notching victories over Marquette, Seton
Hall, Northern Michigan and Eastern Michigan.
A quick summary:
December 16, 1989
Michigan 82 Marquette 73.
Center Terry Mills scored a career high 31 points to lead the
Wolverines to a 82-73 victory over the Marquette Warriors at the
Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wisconson. Mills superior offensive
performance was enough to hold off a late Warrior rally as he hit on 13
of 22 shots and contributed nine rebounds.
"He was sensational," Michigan coach Steve Fisher said.
December 23, 1989
Michigan 91 Seton Hall 86
In Las Vegas, they termed it "The Duel in the Desert," a rematch of
last year's thrilling national championship game. Seton Hall though is
a different team, with a new starting lineup. Michigan looks the same
this year, minus Glen Rice. And the game looked the same too. After
Michigan took an early lead, Seton Hall fought back and grabbed a
lead of its own. But the Wolverines stymied any hopes of an upset,
and turned away The Hall, 91-86.
December 28, 1989
Michigan 102 Northern Michigan 74
Michigan ran its unbeaten string to nine with an easy 102-74 wire
over Division II school Northern Michigan at Crisler Arena. However,
Michigan did watch a 22-point lead sink to 12 with 8:36 left before
again turning on the after-burners. Loy Vaught led the Wolverines
with 20 points. Terry Mills had 18.
Wolverine guard Tempie Brown works the ball against Minnesota en
route to a 70-53 victory over the Gophers. Michigan dropped its next
contest 65-54, to Iowa, splitting its Big Ten homestand.
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