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The Michigan Daily-Friday, January 12, 1990 -Page 11
Wrestling Scorecard

Michigan vs. Lehigh

Weigrht Result

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Len Combes(L) drew with
Jason Cluff(M).
Rich Hartman(L) major dec.
over Phil Norwick(M), 19-8.
Joey Gilbert(M) pinned John
Epperly(L), 3:37.
James Rawls(M) dec. Jason
Hackett(L), 9-5.
Lane Pendleton(L) dec.
Larry Gotcher(M), 6-2.
Sam Amine(M) pinned
Adam Smith(L), 5:34.
Lanny Green(M) dec. Rob
Patten(L), 7-2.
Justin Spewock(M) major
dec. Cliff Chapman(L), 13-4.
Fritz Lehrke(M) pinned Jim
Benson(L), 6:59.
Phil Tomek(M) dec. John
Morris(L), 7-1

Michigan 2,
Lehigh 2
Michigan 2,
Lehigh 6
Michigan 8,
Lehigh 6
Michigan 11,
Lehigh 6
Michigan 11,
Lehigh 9
Michigan 17,
Lehigh 9
Michigan 20,
Lehigh 9
Michigan 24,
Lehigh 9
Michigan 30,
Lehigh 9
Michigan 33,
Lehigh 9

'M' Wrestlers in the
Top Ten
134- Joey Gilbert 9th
150- Larry Gotcher 5th
158- Sam Amine 5th
190- Fritz Lehrke 6th
HWT- Phil Tomek 6th
national rankings according 1o
Amateur Wrestling News
AWN Top Ten
1. Arizona State
2. Oklahoma State
3. Iowa
4. Nebraska
5. Indiana
6. Oklahoma
7. Iowa State
9. Penn State
'10. Northern Iowa
*Other Big Ten teams
ranked: Minnesota, 11;
Northwestern, 12: Ohio
State, 15.

Michigan forward Ryan Pardoski attempts a shot on Michigan State goaltender Jason Muzzati in the Great
Lakes Invitational. The Wolverines tackle Bowling Green on Friday and Saturday .
'M' eyes playoffs vs. BGSU

by Eric Lemont
Daily Hockey Writer
If the past few meetings between Michigan and
Bowling Green are any indication, expect two close
games between the schools this weekend.
Last year, the Wolverines won three out of four
against the Falcons but lost 6-5 in triple overtime in the
first round of the CCHA playoffs. Having split their
two games earlier in the season, Bowling Green (12-8
CCHA, 24 pts.) and Michigan (10-8-2, 22 pts.) again
find themselves fighting for playoff position.
"Whenever you play a team next to you in the
standings, (the game) is more pivotal. It takes on added
importance and this series certainly fits that criteria,"
Bowling Green coach Jerry York said.
Wolverine coach Red Berenson feels nothing less
than a sweep of the third place Falcons would be
satisfactory."We don't want a split because there will be
no change in the standings," he said.
0 Berenson stressed better defensive play as a key to
the series and believes that Michigan cannot give up
four goals or more at home and expect to win. The
Wolverines allowed Lake Superior State to score four
goals in a 4-4 tie and a 4-3 loss last weekend.
The player he is most concerned with is the Falcons
leading point scorer Nelson Emerson (17 goals, 26
assists, 43 points). The senior center recently recorded

his 156th career assist to break Mark Wells' club mark
set in 1979.
"Nelson Emerson is a dominant player," Berenson
said. "If he picks up a lot of points, their team will do
well. He's their key player on the power play."
Left winger Matt Ruchty ( 19-14-43) adds scoring
strength to Bowling Green's front line while Rob
Blake, whose overtime goal knocked the Wolverines out
of the playoffs last year, anchors the defense. Blake,
(13-18-41 overall, 12-15-27 CCHA) is currently the
league's highest scoring defenseman.
Even though Michigan will be without their leading
goal scorer, center Denny Felsner, who remains side-
lined with an injury to his right knee, York is concerned
with the Wolverines' ability to score goals.
"Offensively, they present a lot of problems because
they're very, very balanced... They have the offensive
firepower to come at us and we've got to control them.
But we're going to come at them and we'll have to see
how they're going to stop us," York said.
York said he expects an extremely "fast, quick type
game with lots of skating...I think the team that can
keep up that pace for six periods will come out on top,"
he said.


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