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Ice hockey
vs. Ohio State
Friday, 7:30 p.m.
Yost Ice Arena

Tuesday, November 20, 1990

vs. Northwestern
Friday, 7:30 p.m.
Keen Arena


The Michigan Daily

Page 9

Women runners
*17th at NCAAs


by Jim Foss
Daily Sports Writer

All that was missing from the
1990 women's cross country Na-
tional Championships was Gomer
Pyle standing at the finish line
yelling "surprise, surprise, surprise."
Although the favorite won the race,
ost of the remaining places could
'ot have been predicted very accu-
rately before the meet.
The Michigan team finished in
17th place with 335 points at the
meet, held in Knoxville, Tenn. Top-
ranked Villanova captured first place
with 82 points, far ahead of second-
place Providence (172).
The surprises came when No. 2-
ranked Indiana finished in 13th place,
end Wisconsin, which placed only
Tourth in the District IV Meet, fin-
ished tenth.
SWe should have
gotten out better
- Sue Foster
Women's x-country coach
Although setting a pre-race goal
of 10th place, Michigan coach Sue
Foster was still pleased with the
team's performance over the 5,000-
meter course.
"The team ran really well," she
said. "The tough part was getting
Sophomore Molly McClimon
garnered All-American honors and
led the Wolverine runners, finishing
n 35th place with a time of 17:04.
my Buchholz was close behind in

47th place with a time of 17:13.
Seniors Amy Bannister and Chris
Tyler ran together, finishing in
106th and 11th places with times
of 17:46 and 17:49, respectively.
First-year runner Kristi Wink was
the final scoring Michigan runner,
taking 142nd place in a time of
18:22. "Molly (McClimon) ran a re-
ally good race," Foster said. "Also,
Kristi Wink really came through
when we needed her."
Michigan had been successful at
the Big Ten meet and the District IV
Qualifying Meet by starting slower
and then moving up through the
pack. However, this strategy was
harder to utilize at the NCAA meet
because of the size of the field. "We
should have gotten out better," Fos-
ter said. "We started slow, then we
didn't move up as quickly as I had
At the NCAA meet, going out
slow was a relative term because the
individuals who were leading the race
went through the first mile in about
4:50, an almost unheard of pace.
Many Wolverine runners recorded
their fastest times of the season at
this meet.
The NCAA meet should serve as
a solid foundation for the squad to
build on next year. The season was
also encouraging because the team
was relatively young.
"We had a great season and next
year we should be even better," Fos-
ter said. "We will definitely be
shooting for at least second place in
the Big Ten and the top ten at

by Phil Green
Daily Basketball Writer
Like many people before him,
Michigan coach Steve Fisher has
struck it rich in Texas. Last year, he
signed Rich McIver from Freeport,
Texas; last week, Jimmy King, from
Plano, committed to Michigan; and
yesterday, 6-foot-5 Ray Jackson,
from Austin, signed his letter of in-
tent to become a Wolverine.
"I liked Michigan for the longest
time," Jackson said. "Once I was up
there it all fell into place."
His coach, Mike McShane, has
known him since Jackson was three
years old and added some perspective
to Jackson's reasoning.
"He's always liked Michigan, I
don't know why," McShane said.
"Georgetown made a strong run at
him, but when he went on his visit

(to Ann Arbor) he really liked the
campus and they treated him really
well. He stayed with his heart.
"I'm excited for him, and I had
been telling him all along that he'd
be at his best at Michigan," he
added. "He can see himself playing
there, and they signed some other
good people."
Jackson made the Texas all-State
team as a junior while leading Lyn-
don B. Johnson High School to the
state's Final Four. By signing early,
he hopes to repeat his high school
success. So far this idea has worked,
as his team is undefeated in the sea-
son's early going and he is averaging
25 points and seven assists per
"I can prepare for my senior year,
and this year we'll hopefully win the




state championship," Jackson said.
Jackson has played every position
in high school, bringing high praise
from coach McShane.
"I haven't seen a player better in
Texas," he said. "King may be better
in one thing, but Ray is more versa-
tile. He can pass, rebound, and block
shots. I think he'll be an immediate
impact player. He's got all the
"It'll take a little time to adjust,
Jackson added, "but I'll be ready. It
really doesn't matter where I play;
I'll probably be on the wing, either
two (shooting guard) or three (small
Besides his life-long love of the
Wolverines, Jackson also liked the
academic situation in Ann Arbor.
He, like fellow Texan King, plans to

study business.
tickets stolen,
Roughly 300 tickets in Crisler
Arena's gold section were stolen
from the ticket office Sunday'
evening. According to Sports Infor-
mation Director Bruce Madej, almdst
all of the tickets were for the non-'
conference games, and the athletic
department knows exactly which
tickets are missing.
He added that the department.
would be reprinting the tickets with
a slight difference. He warned people
not to buy their tickets on the street,
explaining that they will not be al
lowed into the game if they possess
a stolen ticket.

Ohio Wolverines find.
a home in Ann Arbor

by Eric Lemont
Daily Football Writer
There is the rivalry, the tradition
and, now, the controversy. The hype
surrounding the week before the
Michigan-Ohio State game took on
a new dimension yesterday when
several Wolverines offered candid as-
sessments of the Buckeye football
Five Wolverines, all from Ohio,
described their displeasure with Ohio
State's recruiting process, former
coach Earl Bruce and current coach
John Cooper. Fullback Jarrod
Bunch, quarterback- Elvis Grbac,
receiver Desmond Howard, and
cornerback David Key all found
different reasons for the abundance of
Ohio natives on Michigan's roster.
"I was just fed up with the whole
Ohio State scenario," Bunch said. "I
was fed up with the way they re-
cruited me. If you're from Ohio they
just assume you're going to Ohio
Key said: "I feel the same way
Jarrod does. It's just assumed you're
going to go to Ohio State. Some
players who started at Ohio State
mentioned to me that if they had the
chance to choose over, they would
do so differently."

Grbac, who played high school
football in Willoughby Hills, Ohio,
with Howard, said he was recruited
for a short time by former Buckeye
coach Earl Bruce before Coope
replaced Bruce.
"I've seen him (Cooper) on films
waving a towel, in the direction bf
the fans," Grbac said. "I don't thiilk
a coach should be doing that. I thiik
he should be coaching his teadn.
There were just some things I hear'd
about Cooper that I'm sure you ii
the media have heard of."
Howard also decided to say "ye
to Michigan after being turned offby,
the instability in OSU's coaching-
situation. --
"I kind of left Ohio State alone -
because they were getting rid of {
Bruce, and Cooper was coming in;"
Howard said. "I didn't want to be a
part of that or their rebuilding pror
cess. I was just going to let thet
get their act together."
Perhaps Key best summed up the.
foundation for Michigan's successijn.
luring players out of Ohio. ,
"I liked the way Michigan wnt
about recruiting me," he said. "They ,
were straightforward. No promises,,,
Nothing flashy."

Wrestlers use Ohio Open
to prepare for season

by Josh Dubow
Daily Sports Writer

This past weekend, the Michigan
wrestling team competed in its sec-
nd preseason tournament, the Ohio
pen. Coach Dale Bahr likes to use
the preseason tournaments to set his
lineup for the regular season.
"This is one of the best early sea-
son tournaments," Bahr said. "It al-
lows us to look at both our starters
and our backups. This also helps us
judge our team against other
Over 500 wrestlers from about 30
*chools competed. Many Big Ten
schools were in attendance, along
with smaller schools from Michi-
gan, Ohio, and Illinois. National
powers Pittsburgh and Clemson also
made the trip.
The Wolverines sent their starters
and two carloads of frosh to com-
pete. The first-year wrestlers com-
peted unaffiliated with the team.
This gives Bahr the option of red-
hirting them.
Michigan's top performers this
weekend were Lanny Green, who
placed second, Joey Gilbert, who
placed fourth, and James Rawls, who
placed fourth.
Along the way to his fourth-place
finish, Rawls beat first-year team-
mate Mike Ellsworth. Ellsworth, af-
ter losing his first match, won five
n a row before losing to Rawls.

"James was very impressive,"
Ellsworth said. "I think he will have
a really good season. Last year, he
was expecting to redshirt and then
was forced to wrestle, but this year
he will be ready."
Ellsworth also talked about the
differences between high school and
college wrestling.
"There is a lot more work in-
volved in college," Ellsworth said.
"You need to spend a lot more time
on setups and positioning."
Bahr's lineup for the regular sea-
son is almost set. Senior Salem Yaf-
fai beat out sophomore Jason Cluff
for the 126-pound position. Cluff
will have to drop down to 118.
The rest of the lineup will con-
sist of sophomores Gilbert (134),
Green (177) and Rawls (142), red-
shirt rookies Sean Bormet (150) and
Brian Harper (158), senior Fritz
Lehrke (190), and junior Phil Tomek
(Hwt.). Every position is set but
167, where frosh Kevin Williams is
battling transfer student Brian
Murcer. Murcer will not be eligible
until the second semester.
Bahr may redshirt Williams,
which would open up the 167 posi-
tion for another wrestler before
Murcer is eligible.
The Wolverines have two more
tournaments, the Northern Open and
Las Vegas Classic, before they open
their season Dec. 8 at home.

Michigan senior fullback and Ohio native Jarrod Bunch prepares to face
Ohio State this Saturday. Bunch turned down an offer to play for the
Buckeyes, opting instead for the Wolverines.

Continued from page 1
Saturday's Ohio State game and,
according to coach Gary Moeller,
Michigan's bowl game as well.
Either Dave Ritter or Otis Williams
will replace Welborne.
Team physician Dr. Gerald
O'Connor performed arthroscopic
surgery on Welborne's right knee
yesterday and determined that addi-
tional surgery will be required next
week to repair torn ligaments.
"It would be my guess at this
time that he will never play another
game at Michigan," Moeller said.
An emotional Welborne, who re-
cently broke Michigan's school
record for punt return yardage in a
season, told his teammates Saturday,
"there's only one thing I want you

to do. I want you to win the last
game ... I want everybody to come
through for me, all right?"
Sports Information Director
Bruce Madej said O'Connor inti-
mated that Welborne's NFL career is
not in danger. "He told me that what
was broken can be fixed," Madej
Welborne twisted the knee after
returning a Dean Kaufman punt 31
yards up the right sideline to the
Minnesota 20 midway through the
third quarter.
"Our defense is just going to
have to play better and with more
emotion," Moeller said. "You're
taking a big-play guy out of there. .
We can expect his replacement to
play hard but maybe not make the
exceptional plays."

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