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Wrestling
vs. Central Michigan and Morgan St.
Saturday, 12 p.m.
Varsity Arena
The Michigan Daily

SPORTS
Thursday, March 1, 1990

Women's Basketball
vs. Illinois
Friday, 7:30 p.m.
Crisler Arena

Page 7

'M' tankers to defend title

by Tom Kent
Daily Sports Contributor
The Michigan swimming and diving
team will try to give an encore
performance to their dominating victory in
the Big Ten Championships a year ago.
Expectations and energy are high as the
Wolverines defend their title in the Big Ten
Swimming and Diving Championships
beginning this afternoon at Canham
Natatorium.
Co-captain Brent Lang said, "the team is
excited and ready to roll, we want to build
excitement and try to dominate from the
beginning."
In other words, the team's goal is to
repeat last year's performance. Behind a
strong all-around team effort, the tankers
finished 182 points ahead of second place
Iowa.
Michigan expects most of its

competition to come from the likes of
Iowa, Indiana and Minnesota. Iowa senior
Arthur Wojdat, who finished two seconds
ahead of Lang last year, will be defending
his 200 yard freestyle crown.
Minnesota senior Sean Quackenbush
will also be attracting attention in the 200
yard butterfly.
Michigan, ranked 5th in the country, is
undefeated in the Big Ten this year and is
13-2 overall, suffering setbacks only to
USC and UCLA early in the year. The
team has the potential to qualify 12
swimmers and divers for the NCAA
Championships later in March.
"The NCAAs are on a lot of the senior's
minds, we need strong performances from
our freshman in the Big Tens," Lang said.

Lang added that one of the keys to
victory is "strong performances in the 400
and 800 yard relays." Sophomore all-
American Eric Bailey will pace the 400
yard relay.
Michigan hopes it can give the same
strong home performance as the team did in
January in defeating the then top ranked
Stanford Cardinal. A Big Ten champion-
ship would round out a clean sweep for the
fourth consecutive year in which the men
and women have shared the title of
champions.
The championships will last for three
days, starting today at noon and ending
Saturday night. Preliminaries will be held
each of the three days at noon, and daily
finals will be held at 7 pm.

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Jeni Hescott displays her balance on the beam. The Michigan women's gymnastic team
faces league leading Minnesota this weekend before heading out west to compete.
Gymnasts face No.
by Dan Zoch gymnastics is really making a mark on the Bi
Daily Sports Writer Ten this year. It makes you feel really goo
The gymnastics team has its toughest because they're a young team."
midterm exam this Friday night when it hosts The meet with Minnesota will b
No.1 Minnesota. Afterwards, the team heads Michigan's first since their tough home losst
westward for California to compete in the Wisconsin two weeks ago by less than a poin
Stanford-Hobie Invitational and a separate meet Last week the squad had to postpone their tri
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Standings
TEAM (OVERALL) W L
Michigan St. (30-5-3)* 26 3
Lake Superior (28-7-3)*24 6
BGSU (23-13-2)* 20 10
Mich. (21-11-6)* 16 11
W. Michigan (14-22-2) 12 18
Ohio State (11-22-5) 11 17
Miami (12-22-4) 8 21
Ferris State (11-21-6) 6 20
UIC (10-27-1) 7 24
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NAME GP G
Kip Miller, MSU 32 36
Nelson Emerson, BGSU 32 17

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Pat Murray, MSU
Jim Dowd, LSSU
Darryl Noren, UIC
Jeff Jablonski, LSSU
Jeff Green, WMU
Craig Fisher, MIAMI
Derek Higdon, OSU
Shane Redshaw, WMU
Doug Weight, LSSU
Peter White, MSU
Rob Blake, BGSU
Shawn Heaphy, MSU

32 17
32 16
32 24
32 27
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32 29
32 25
32 24
32 14
32 15
30 17
32 22

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Goaltending
NAME Q E
D. Madeley, LSSU 20
M. Gilmore, MSU 11
J. Muzzatti, MSU 21
B. Reed, LSSU 15
W. Sharples, UM 29
A. Libertucci, BGSU 21
Mike Power, WMU 21
Todd Fanning, OSU 19
Mike Williams, FSU 25
Mike Bales, OSU 16
Paul Connell, BGU 13
Rob Laurie, WMU 16

QA A
44 2.37,
28 2.69
59 2.79
45 3.40.
91 3.48.
75 3.89
91 4.73.
88 4.91.
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73 5.05.
62 5.16
67 5.19

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with Sacramento State.
The Wolverines (4-4 overall, 1-3 Big Ten)
are underdogs against the powerful Minnesota
squad, but with steadily improving all-around
scores in the last few weeks, the team can't be
dismissed.
The squad has shown tremendous fortitude
by being able to continue their upward climb,
despite the loss of junior Christine Furlong
,,who suffered a severe neck injury three weeks
ago. Replacements Kim Crocker and Tiffany
Kinaia have picked up much of the slack.
"The experience that they gain from these
meets is something they need to do," assistant
coach Dave Kazara said. "Michigan women's

to Illinois State due to the hazardous weather.
Michigan is facing a Minnesota team that
placed four gymnasts on the all-Big Ten team
last year, all of whom have returned this
season.
Senior Marie Roethlisberger won the Big
Ten all-around competition last year with a
combined point total of 38.20, as well as
setting a Minnesota school record at the
NCAA Central Regional Championships with
a score of 38.75.
"Nobody is out of our reach," Michigan
head coach Beverly Fry said. "When it comes
down to the Big Ten Championships (in late
March), our kids are going to be hungry."

Friday's results
Michigan 6, Miami 2
Michigan St. 4, Lake Superior 3
Ohio St. 6 UIC 4
Ferris State 3, Western Michigan 0
St. Cloud 3, Bowling Green 2 (OT)
Saturday's games
SAME

Saturday's results
Michigan 7, Miami 5
Lake Superior 3, Michigan St. 2
Ohio St. 3, UIC 2 (OT)
Western Michigan 8, Ferris St. 5
Bowling Green 8, St. Cloud 5

Friday's games
#5 W. Michlagn at #4 Michigan
#6 Ohio St. at #3 at Bowling Green
#7 Miami at #2 Lake Superior
#8 Ferris St. at #1 Michigan St.

Sunday's games (if necessary)
SAME

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