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Wolverine Sluggers
swing into Ball State
by Matt Rennie
Daily Baseball Writer

The Michigan Daily - Friday, March 23, 1990 - Page 11
Swimmers place

The winter hibernation officially
ends for the Michigan baseball team
this weekend in Muncie, Indiana
when the Wolverines play four
games with the Ball State Cardinals,
a doubleheader on both Saturday and
Sunday.
The series with the Cardinals
represents the first games for the
Wolverines in the Midwest this sea-
son. The team has already played in
the Las Vegas Classic and made a
trip to Florida, compiling a record of
7-6.
Michigan's strength to this point
has been pitching. While the current
team ERA (3.91) is not equal to last
year's mark (3.15), Michigan coach
Bill Freehan has received fine per-
formances from a trio of starters.
Senior righthander Rick Leonard,
junior lefthander Kirt Ojala, and
sophomore righthander Jason Pfaff
have combined for 46 and 1/3
innings in 6 starts and have a
combined ERA of 1.94.
Ojala is the most experienced
hurler from last year's Big Ten
runner-up. The southpaw, who was
3-2 last season, has been named the
co-captain of this year's squad.
Although he has yet to win this
season, he boasts an ERA of 2.02.
Sophomore Todd Marion has
been shutting the door on Wolverine
opponents without fail. Marion has

not allowed a run in his 9 and 2/3
innings while striking out 13.
Whoever is on the mound for the
Wolverines will have his hands full
with the Cardinals, who return 12
lettermen from last year's team that
went 27-27 and finished fourth in the
Mid-American Conference. Senior
rightfielder Brad Stewart brings his
.352 average back to the Ball State
lineup. Stewart earned an honorable
mention spot on the All-MAC team
for his performance.
"Brad's a veteran performer," Ball
State coach Pat Quinn said. "He
gives us an experienced bat in the
number three spot."
Another top returnee for the
Cardinals is senior centerfielder Barry
Godown. Godown played only 16
games last year after transferring
from Kishwaukee Junior College.
The speedster stole 18 bases during
that short span and led the team in
batting average, hitting .400.
"Barry Godown will be a full-
time performer for us in centerfield,"
Quinn said. "I look for him to be a
very solid, very exciting centerfielder
this year."
Quinn has inserted last year's
MAC rookie of the year Louis
Williams into the starting rotation.
Last season, the reliever averaged 7.2
strikeouts per nine innings.

FILE PHO0TO
Pitcher/first baseman Jason Pfaff follows through on his swing in a 1989
game. Pfaff looks to take on a leading role as Michigan travels to
Muncie, Indiana this weekend for a four-game series against Ball State.
The Wolverines have compiled a 7-6 record and the Michigan pitching
staff has recorded a 3.91 ERA thus far this season.
Shipwrecked?

3rd after f
by Theodore Cox
Daily Sports Writer
The Michigan men's swimming
and diving team started strong in the
NCAA Championships in
Indianapolis, Indiana yesterday,
placing 3rd behind the University of
Texas and U.S.C. in the opening
round.
Texas led the pack with a overall
score of 163 followed by the
Trojans' 146 talley. The Wolverines
finished with 107.5. Florida and
Stanford placed 4th (95) and 5th (89)
respectivily.
Michigan set several new varsity
records in the meet. Co-captain Brent
Lang set the first one in the 200
freestyle relay with a individual time
of 19.36 seconds. Overall, the team
placed 6th at 120.25.
Mike Barrowman also set a
varsity record in the 200 individual
medley with a time of 147.25.
However, Eric Namesnik placed

irst day
higher in the meet than Barrowman.
Barrowman's time was done in the
consolation match, where he tied for
first, but placed 9th overall.
Namesnik time of 147.26 gave him
5th place overall in the event.
Eric Wunderlich also scored will
in the medley. He tied for third in
the consolation match at 147.57,
giving him an 11th place standing.
Brent Lang won the 50 yard
freestyle with a time of 19.4
seconds. And in the 400 medley,
Michigan set the final varsity record
for the day with a time of 313.58,
earning the Wolverines a 5th place
spot.
Diver Mike Bayerl holds 5th
place from the platform going into
tomorrows competition.
"We came in here hoping for a
4th to 8th finish," Michigan diving
coach Dick Kimbal said. "We were
really pleased with the first day
results. Hopefully, we can hang in
their and finish just as strong."

Baseball pass with :01
sets up win for UConn

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J..
(AP) - Tate George took a length-
of-the-court pass with one second
left and hit a 12-foot jumper as
Connecticut, after blowing a 19-
point lead, stunned Clemson 71-70
Thursday night. The win advanced
Connecticut to the East Regional

Final in the NCAA tournament.
Clemson, which overcame a 19-
point deficit against La Salle in the
second round, seemed ready to pull
off another amazing rally after David
Young's three pointer game the
Tigers a 70-69 lead with 11 seconds
left.

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