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Page 2- The Michigan Daily -Sports Monday -April 2, 1990
Michigan Sports
Calendar
A compilation of Michigan sporting events and
information for the coming week.
Monday, April 2
No events scheduled
Tuesday, April 3
Baseball doubleheader vs. Eastern Michigan, 1:00 p.m.
Wednesday, April 4
Baseball at Central Michigan, 3:00 p.m.
Softball at Detroit
Thursday, April 5 No events scheduled
Friday, April 6 vs. Minnesota at 3:00 p.m
Saturday,April 7
Softball vs. Minnesota at 1:Oo p.m
Women's Tennis vs. Wisconsin at Track at Tennis Building,
11:00 a.m
Men's Gymnastics at East Regional at Penn State
Men's Tennis vs. Northwestern, 1:00 p.m
Women's Track at Miami of Ohio at Oxford, Ohio
Baseball doubleheader vs. Iowa at Fisher Stadium 1:00 p.m.
Men's Lacrosse vs. Northwestern at 2:00 p.m
Sunday, April 8
Men's Tennis vs. Iowa, 1:00 p.m
Women's Tennis vs. Northwestern at Track and Tennis
Building 10:00 a.m.
Baseball doubleheader vs. Iowa at Fisher stadium , 1:00 p.m
Men's Lacrosse vs. Wisconsin at Northwestern, 2:00 p.m

Cyclists
finish 6th
In team s
first race
by Andrew Brown
Daily Sports Writer
The Michigan Cycling Club
opened its season yesterday,
finishing 6th in the Michigan
Criterium Bike Race at Runway
Plaza off I-94.
Fifteen schools showed up with a
total of 135 riders in the race. Ball
State finished 1st overall with a total
of 234 points. Purdue placed 2nd
with 118 points and Miami of Ohio
came in 3rd with 94 points. Michi-
gan finished with 43 points.
"Overall, it went pretty well,"
said Scott Robinson, president of the

club.

a

JOS JUAREZ/Daily
Reuben Ceballos competes on the pommel horse earlier this season. Michigan performed well on the horse and
most other events last weekend in winning the Michigan Invitational.

Senior Editors
Mike Gill.
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Photo Editor
Jose Juarez
Answer to Sports Monday Trivia
Juan Marichal, Jim Palmer and Jack Morris

GYMNASTS
Continued from page 1
synergism was there."
The floor competition ended with
Michigan's Ceballos scoring a
career-best 9.75, and Tony Angelotti
following with a career-high, and
possible team record, 9.85.
S"I felt like I was gonna jump up
to the moon!" Angelotti said.
The crowd played a big factor,
continually applauding and rooting
their squad on, reaching their loudest
levels of the year.
Although the crowd died down
after the floor exercise, the initial
surge of adrenalin it provided the
Wolverines was enough to put
Michigan over the top.
In the pommel horse, Glenn Hill
came back from a disappointing 8.55
two weeks ago to score 9.65, and
Eliot Kim added his career-best 9.40
as the Wolverines scored what would
turn out to be their lowest event
total of the evening, 45.20.
Ceballos and co-captain Jim
Round tied season-bests with a 9.55
and 9.60, respectively, as the Wol-

verines continued strongly with a
45.65 on still rings.
The team at this point was on
pace to score 274, but throughout
the year it has scored highly on the
first four events, only to fall apart
on the parallel bars and the
horizontal bar. But tonight Michigan
would not crumble
After a 45.85 on the vault, the
Wolverines went out and had every
performer score above 9.00 as
Michigan scored another 45.85 on
the parallel bars. 9.30's by both co-
captains Round and Shawn Martin,
paced the Wolverines to a 45.45 and
their final score.
After the meet, members of the
team felt they had performed to their
potential.
"It just took us a while to hit our
peak. We had it in us the entire
time," Angelotti said. "It just took a
long time to iron out all the creases
we had."
"I'm real happy," Round said.
"It's a lot better to go as a team than

a bunch of individuals."
Illinois-Chicago finished second
to Michigan at 273.50, followed by
Kent State, Western Michigan, and
Eastern Michigan.

'It just took us a while
to hit our peak. We
had it in us the entire
time. It just took a
long time to iron out
all the creases we
had'
- Tony Angelotti
UIC's third competitor on the
floor exercise, Gilbert Gido, started
off the meet on a sour note when he
dislocated his right ankle on his final
pass. He was rewarded a 9.00 for his
effort through his injury.

In the Men's A division, Ball
State outclassed the competition
with phenomenal teamwork. "They
took the field apart and shut every-
one else down," Robinson said.
Michigan, in the A division
placed 4th overall. Aaron Balkany,
who placed 7th, was the Wolverines'
top finisher. "Aaron rode well and
put in a great effort," Robinson said.
In the Men's B division@
Michigan placed 6th overall, which
was also dominated by Ball State.
"Our B riders were all beginners
and were very inexperienced," Rob-
inson said.
Finally, in the women's division
there were only fifteen riders overall
of which Michigan entered three.
Marnie Hanig was tops for Michigan
finishing 10th.
"The women put in a good effort
for the lack of riding experience they
have," said Robinson.
While optimistic about the over-
all performance, Robinson expressed
concern about the lack of support for
the team.
"Only about 200 spectators came
out for the event. We definitely need
more fans, and more riders would not
hurt either," he said.
However, the race in general was
a big success. "The race ran very
well, and the riders from the other
schools were very impressed. The
race had quite an impressive field and
the ability level was 100 percent
better than any of the races last
year," he said.
The team feels confident about
improving upon this past weekend's
performance. "We are looking to
move to top 4 overall and to move
past Indiana and Ohio State who
finished 5th and 6th respectively,"
said Robinson.
The bikers next race is April 8th at
Purdue.

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