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The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, January 17, 1990 - Page 13

'M' tennis
star gains
*national
ranking
by Eric Berkman
Daily Sports Writer
Michigan sophomore David Kass
was ranked 17th nationally in the
recently-released 1990 Volvo
Tennis/Collegiate rankings.
The Columbus, Ohio native was
an All-Big Ten selection as a first-
~year player last year with an overall
singles record of 20-6. In addition, as
a doubles performer, Kass recorded
an overall record of ten victories and
no defeats.
"David is one
of the 10 or 12
players in the.
country that will
have a run at ther
national singles
championship -
he's as good as .
anyone in the
U.S.," men's MseA
coach Brian Eisner
said. "It's great
that he's ranked
17th, but I don't Kass
*pay much atten-
tion to rankings at
time of the year. I know what he's
capable of achieving."
coThe computer-based rankings,
compiled by the Intercollegiate
Tennis Coaches Association, are
based on fall play in all ITCA
sanctioned tournaments.
This fall, Kass reached the
quarterfinals of the Volvo All-
American Tournament (one of four
collegiate Grand Slam tournaments),
and won the Sectional Tournament
at Notre Dame. Kass also won one
of three matches at the National
Clay Court Championships in
Hilton Head, South Carolina, the
second Grand Slam event, despite
being unable to practice on clay
~>prior to the tournament.
"Whatehe has achieved doesn't
startle me," Eisner said. "The fact of
the matter is that he was regarded as
one of the finest in the nation
coming into college. He'd played in
a number of pro events as an
amateur and had been very
successful."

Central Collegiate Hockey Association
Scorecard

Standings
TEAM (OVERALL)
Michigan St. (22-4-1)*
Lake Superior (20-4-2)*
BGSU (16-10-0)
Mich. (14-10-2)
W. Michigan (11-14-1)
Ohio State (8-15-3)
Ferris State (8-13-5)
Miami (8-14-4)
UIC (5-20-0)
*-clinched playoff spot

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19 2
16 4
14 8
10 10
9 10
8 10
4 13
4 13
4 18

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Saturday's results
Bowling Green 9, Michigan 8
Michigan State 6, Western Michigan
Lake Superior 3, UIC 1
Ferris State 8, Miami 7
Ohio State 3, Alaska-Anchorage 3
Friday's games
Michigan at Ferris State
Michigan State at Bowling Green
Ohio State at Western Michigan
(PASS-Live-7:40 p.m.)
Miami at UIC
Lake Superior at Maine

Scoring
NAME GP G
Kip Miller, MSU 22 24
Pat Murray, MSU 22 13
Darryl Noren, U1C 22 21
3 Nelson Emerson, BGSU 22 13
Jim Dowd, LSSU 22 9
Shawn Heaphy, MSU 22 19
Derek Higdon, OSU 20 18
Matt Ruchty, BGSU 21 19
Don Oliver, OSU 20 14
Peter White, MSU 22 10
Shane Redshaw, WMU 20 20
Rob Blake, BGSU 2014
Jeff Green, WMU 20 14
Jeff Jablonski, LSSU 22 16
Brett Harkins, BGSU 19 9
Paul Polillo, WMU 20 11

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26
29
19
27
29
16
17
14
19
23
12
17
17
14
21
18

Pts.
39
34
28
22
19
18
13
11
8
Pts.
50
42
40
40
38
35
35
33
33
33
32
31
31
30
30
29

Murray
Goaltending
NAMEt
D. Madeley, LSSU
Mike Gilmore, MSU
J. Muzzatti, MSU
B. Reed, LSSU
W. Sharples, UM
A. Libertucci, BGSU
Marc Felicio, FSU
Mike Williams, FSU
Mike Bales, OSU
Rob Laurie, WMU
Mike Power, WMU
P. Connell, BGSU
Mark Michaud, MIA
D. DePinto, UIC

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2.62
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WRESTLING NOTEBOOK
Gotcher can't weight
for conference season
by Jeff Sheran
Daily Sports Writer
Outstanding individual performances from wrestlers such as Jqey
Gilbert (134 lbs.) and Fritz Lehrke (190 lbs.) have bolstered the Michigan
lineup, but unexpected slumps have hindered the team's overall
performance. Foremost among them, All-American 150-pounder Larry
Gotcher has compiled a 1-3 dual meet record for the Wolverines.
Gotcher cited that problems with maintaining his weight has been the
reason for his ineffectiveness. He added that his knee has not yet fully
recovered from an injury sustained several weeks ago and has hampered his
ability to burn off extra weight.
"From now on, I'm just gonna be stricter about my weight," Gotcher
said. "It's not gonna be easy."
The senior co-captain has increased his practice schedule to stay in
better condition for the Big Ten season. Conference rules dictate That
wrestlers are allowed only a two-pound leeway, one pound less than "was
allowed in their previous competition.
"Me and (167 pounder) Lanny Green are working out twice as musi as
before," Gotcher said. "We're working out in the morning before running,
and at night after afternoon practice."
Teammates have noted the increased workload. "Gotcher will get bck
on track," first-year redshirt James Feldkamp said. Ironically, it 'as
Feldkamp who relinquished his starting position at 142 lbs. to fellow
redshirt James Rawls because "cutting weight was taking time away from
school." Feldkamp will now serve as a backup for Gotcher at 150 lbs.T
Apparently, Gotcher is not worried about preparing himself for the Big
Ten season. "There's no question in my mind that I'm gonna win the iBig
Tens," he said.
EYE HATE THIS STUPID THING:126-pound junior Salem Yaffai
will have to wear a protective face mask for the remainder of the season,
because of an injury to his eye two weeks ago. After being poked in'the
eye during practice, it was found that Yaffai's tear duct was seveshad.
Doctors inserted a small plastic tube as a replacement.

Friday's results
Bowling Green 5, Michigan 2
Michigan State 11, Western Michigan 2
UIC 4, Lake Superior 2
Ferris State 3, Miami 1
Alaska-Anchorage 10, Ohio State 4

Saturday's games
Michigan at Ferris State
Bowling Green at Michigan State
Ohio State at Western Michigan
Miami at UIC
Lake Superior at Maine

'M' seniors expected to

pace women'
by Jill Ory
Daily Sports Contributor
The main goal for the women's
track team this season, according to
coach James Henry, is to stay heal-
thy so that the team can compete
under normal circumstances.
"If we can compete with as much
good luck as in the past we had
unfortunate luck, we should be a
contender," Henry said.
The team should also be strong
because it is composed of a veteran
squad, including a dozen returning
seniors. Only two Big Ten runners
graduated last year.
"It's difficult to point to one or
two," Henry said, but rather, "all are
expected to contribute significantly
to the team."

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track team

He did, however, single out
returning three-time All-American
distance runner Mindy Rowand as
one reason that the team will be
strong this season. He expects her
to once again contribute greatly to
the team's success.
. In addition, the team has a few
rookies to watch out for. First-year
student Ronda Ricketts from
Uniondale, New York recorded a
high-school best long jump of 20
and 1/4 feet.
The team will also look for
significant help from first-year
students Molly McClimmon, one of
the top Michigan cross country
runners this fall, and Julie Victor in
the discus and shot put.

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