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April 11, 1990 - Image 9

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Baseball
vs. Minnesota
Friday and Saturday (Doubleheaders), 1 p.m.
Fisher Stadium

SPORTS

Women's Tennis
vs. Notre Dame
Thursday, 2 p.m.
Track and Tennis Building

The Michigan Daily
Stone, Harlock net
co-captain honors

Wednesday, April 11, 1990

Page 9

M'

- Huron matchup

by David Hyman
Daily Hockey Writer
At the annual Deker's Club
Hockey Banquet held this past Satur-
day, the Michigan hockey team
elected next year's team captains.
The returning players voted ju-
nior Don Stone as one of the co-
captains for the 1990-91 season.
That came as little surprise since
Stone ranked fifth on the team in
scoring this season, and will be one
of only four seniors on next year's
squad
However, heads turned when the
players voted first-year defenseman
David Harlock as the other co-
captain.
"I leave it up to the players for
whom they feel will be the type of
leaders they want on the ice,"
Michigan coach Red Berenson said.
"(David's) not future captain mate-
rial, but can lead right now, and ob-
viously the team felt that way also."
Naming a senior as captain fol-
lows tradition, but it is exceptional
when this honor is bestowed upon a
sophomore. However, the Wolver-
ines decided that Harlock is someone
they can rally around.
"I think it's great. He's good in
the lockerroom and the team all gets
along with him," Harlock's defen-
sive partner Patrick Neaton said. "He
might seem quiet at times, but he
usually has things to say before
games and between periods.
"It's a little unlikely for a
sophomore to be named captain. It
was an initial surprise, but if every-
one on the team voted, it was a good
choice," Neaton added.
Harlock himself was initially

somewhat awed.
"I was pretty much surprised. I
knew I had a few votes by speaking
to some people, but I wasn't too op-
timistic," Harlock said. "I was taken
aback by it at first, but if my team
had enough confidence in me, that
instills even more confidence in me
for next year."
In other selections, senior goal-
tender Warren Sharples earned his
second Hal Downes Trophy in three
seasons, the award given to the
team's Most Valuable Player.
He completed his final and finest
season with a 20-10-6 mark and 3.24
goals against average. The goalie
was also named team MVP after his
sophomore year.
Sharples received the Carl Isaac-
son Award for best student-athlete as
well.
First-year left winger David
Roberts also garnered two awards.
He earned the Doc Losh Trophy as
the team's top scorer, tallying 21
goals and 32 assists. He was also
rewarded as the most colorful rookie
by The Dekers Club.
Roberts will add these accolades
to his CCHA Rookie of the Year
honor, awarded by the league coaches
last month.
Senior Alex Roberts captured the
Vic Heyliger Trophy for the best de-
fenseman, as well as the Alton
Simms Trophy for most improved
player.
Senior center Mike Moes netted
the Howard Colby Award for
sportsmanship for the second
straight year.

washed out,
by Jeff Sheran
Daily Baseball Writer
Somebody up there must not
want the Wolverines to play Eastern
Michigan. For the second
consecutive week Michigan's
doubleheader with the Hurons was
rained out.
No decision has been made
regarding the rescheduling of the
games, but those responsible might
want to investigate the availability
of the Silverdome.
Michigan coach Bill Freehan had
hoped to experiment with several
non-starters during the twin bill, in
an attempt to reexamine his
struggling squad. The Wolverines
have a 14-14 record, but are 2-6 in

the Big Ten.
Freehan has repeatedly cited the
team's lack of concentration as the
cause for its woes, and he hopes to
find a cure before Michigan's next
conference match-up: a two-
doubleheader weekend series with
Minnesota at Fisher Stadium.
Senior righthander Rick Leonard,
who holds the fifth spot in the four-
starter rotation, was set to pitch
against the Hurons before the
rainout. Leonard should receive the
nod today, as long as the forecasted
snow decides to precipitate
elsewhere.
Today's action pits the
Wolverines against the University of
Detroit.

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Michigan left winger David Roberts skates for the puck earlier this
season against Western Michigan. Roberts netted outstanding rookie
and leading scorer honors at Saturday's Dekers Club banquet. Roberts
had already garnered the CCHA Rookie of the Year award last month.
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