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Page 8 -The Michigan Daily - Sports Monday - December 10, 1990

CAGERS
Continued from page 1
came off the bench to score a career-
high 12 points.
'We were outplayed in
every facet of the
game, including
scrappiness and
aggressiveness'
- Bud VanDeWege
Michigan coach
"We decided to give her a
chance," VanDeWege said. "She's an
aggressive player, and she goes to
the boards hard, two things she did
well tonight."

As in Thursday's loss to the
Chippewas, Michigan established a
lead in the early-going, holding a 9-7
advantage with 14:44 left in the first
half. But center Trish Andrew picked
up her third foul with 10:19 remain-
ing in the first half and was ineffec-
tive the rest of the way. She scored
six points on the night.
"You lose one of your leading
scorers," VanDeWege said, "and it
hurts. We really needed her out there,
and we just had to tough it out."
With Andrew out of the lineup,
the Wolverines fell behind by as
much as 11, but closed to within
three by the half, 38-35.
"The last two games, we played
like the young team that we are,"
VanDeWege said. "It's easy to get
shaken when you're young. You
have to grow up in a hurry."

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MICHIGAN (b6)
Pfaver TMG FT R A PP TP
Durand 5-12 3-4 1042 13
B-audry 3-6 5-8 7 1 4 11
Andrew 2-8 2-3 6 0 5 6
Szczochowski 3-10 1-3 3 2 5 8
Wooldridge 2.7 2-2 1 3 0 7
Vans= 0.1 2-2 3 0 0 2
WcCA l 2.3 0-2 0 0 0 4
Nuanus 1-8 0-0 0 0 2 3
Jones 4-10 4-7 5 0 1 12
Hall 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0
Shaw 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0
Jokisch 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0
Totals 22-65 19-31 35 10 19 66

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Standings are compiled through football
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Zeta Beta Tau (ZBT)

3-pt' goals: 3-8 (Nuanes 1-4, Szczechowski 1-1, Leah
Wooldridge 1-3). FG%-.338, 3-pt. FG%-.375,sFT%-.613.
Biks: 3 (Andrew 2, Nuanes 1). Turnovers: 24. Steals: 5
(Szczechowski 2, Andrew 1, McCall 1).
YOUNGSTOWN STATE (75)
Player TFG FT R A PF TP
Sompie 10-18 3-7 7 0 5 23
Woodward 4-7 2-3 5 4 1 10
Robminsn 0-3 2-6 4 4 2 3
Rappach 5-10 2-4 3 9 3 14
Rees 0-3 0-0 3 2 2 0
Wertz 01 0-1 2 2 2 0
Gabrielsax' 2-2 0-0 1 0 2 4
Cowley 3-8 4-4 1 1 0 10
DEjrovic 5-9 1-1 4 0 S 11
Tmamas 0-0 0-0 2 0 1 0
Totals 29-61 15-26 32 22 23 75
3-pt. goals: 2-6 (Rappach 2-6). FG%-.475, 3-pt. FG%-
.333, FT%-.577. Blks: 6 (Somple 4, Djorovic 2).
Turnovers: 19. Steals: 16 (Rappach 7, Somple3.Woodward
2, Djcrovic 2, Robintson 1, Cowley 1).
Halftme: Youngstown State 38-35
in a solid performance for the
Wolverines. In winning the 200-yard
backstroke in 1:49:40, he narrowly
missed the NCAA qualification time
of 1:49:19.
Noel Strauss was another
standout sophomore, taking second
in the 100-yard freestyle at 46:28 and
swimming on the 400-yard freestyle
team.

7.
8.

Sigma Nu (EN)
Chi Phi (X(D)

9. Evans Scholars

10.
11.

Phi Delta Theta (<DA®)
Theta Chi (EX)

4. Sigma Alpha Mu (EAM)
5. Alpha Delta Phi (AA(D)
6. Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEI)

648.33
638.5
607.58
595.83
589.33
588
581.33
542
516
494.58
462
460.5
445
444.5
441
440
438.33
433.5
433
445.33

TANKERS
Continued from page 1
It was a sign of things to come
for Namesnik. He tied with
sophomore Brian Gunn for top
individual scorer honors with 77.0
points, winning the 1650-yard
freestyle and coming in second in the
200-yard breaststroke, in addition to
his 200 IM win.
He should not feel ashamed about
his second-place breaststroke finish,
though, since Michigan's Eric
Wunderlich came in first.
Wunderlich, a world-class breastroker
who Michigan coach Jon Urbanchek
described as "explosive," qualified for
the NCAA championships with his

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released
by IFC
From Staff Reports
Standings through Dec. 4 have
been compiled for the 35 competing
teams in the Interfraternity Council's
Intramural Sports program.
Continuing its reign at the top of
the chart is Delta Tau Delta.
However, Sigma Phi Epsilon has
cut into their lead, jumping over
Zeta Beta Tau into second place.
Delts had held a 22.75 point lead
over ZBT after golf standings were
released, but Sig Eps trimmed the
lead to less than 10 points with the'
conclusion of the football season.
Also reflected in the standings are
revised golf results, which were
updated by the Intramural Sports
Department.

winning time of 2:00:90. He also
helped the 400-yard freestyle relay
team to a second-place finish behind
Oakland University. Oakland
dominated this event, also winning
the 200-yard freestyle relay Friday
night.
.Michigan's sophomores excelled
at the Invitational. Gunn, who
Urbanchek termed "the workhorse of
the event," beat out teammate Eric
Bailey with a late surge to win the
200-yard butterfly. It was a virtual
replay of Friday's 500-yard freestyle
race, where Gunn won going away
and Bailey took second. On Sunday
night, Gunn came in second in the
1650-yard freestyle and swam on the
400-yard freestyle relay team.
Sophomore Steve Bigelow turned

12. Triangle
13. Phi Kappa Psi (ODK'.)
14. Tau Kappa Epsilon (TKE)

15.
16.
17.

Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI)
Delta Sigma Phi (AoED)
Alpha Tau Omega (AT)

18. Delta Kappa Epsilon (AKE)
19. Beta Theta Pi (BBI)
2M. Sigma Alpha Epsilon (EAE)

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Balanced Michigan attack sinks competition

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by Jason Gomberg
Daily Sports Writer
Five different Michigan swim-
mers captured two victories apiece
this weekend at the Michigan
Invitational, as the women's swim
team torpedoed Oakland University
and Allegheny College. The
Wolverines scored 1969.5 points,
compared to Oakland's 774.5 and
Allegheny's 546.
Karen Barnes stood out in quali-
fying for the 1991 NCAA
Championships in the 1650-yard
freestyle yesterday.
Running away from the field
with her aggressive, attacking style,
Barnes consistently maintained one;

minute splits for each 100-yard in-
terval. She fell off pace briefly after
1000 yards, but regained her form to
finish in 16:29.15, four seconds be-
neath the NCAA standard.
"She told me this morning that
she would make the cut," Michigan
coach Jim Richardson said. "I
thought she had a chance. She swam
real hard last week and had a strong
500 free on Friday.
"It was a good way to get tonight
started."
On opening night, Barnes started
the individual competition with her
500 free victory. She pulled away
early, winning in 4:51.33.
Sophomore Kathy Deibler outclassed

the field as runner-up, finishing in a
career-best 4:53.55, five seconds
ahead of third place.
In a hotly contested 50 free final,
Oakland senior Lisa Guilfoyle out-
reached Wolverine junior Jennifer
Love for first-place, 23.81 to 23.92.
In Saturday's 200 medley relay,
Michigan relied upon frosh Tara
Higgins and sophomore Mindy
Gehrs to rally the Wolverines from
one half-second behind over Oakland.
Utilizing rapid stroke turnover,
junior Lisa Anderson sped to a huge
lead in the 400 IM. She coasted to
victory in a time of 4:27.66, earning
only praise from Richardson.
"She had a very aggressive swim,

her best in-season swim ever,"
Richardson said. "I think she's found
another strong event for herself."
Deibler won the 200 free with a
gutsy effort. She shot in front with a
blistering 53.6 opening 100, and fin-
ished inl:49.40. Barnes stayed a
body length behind but never chal-
lenged for the lead. Afterwards,
Deibler sat exhausted by the diver's
pool
"I was exhausted and a little dis-
appointed that I missed the cut by a
half-second," Deibler said. "Without*
having done any sprint work yet,
I'm really happy to be swimming
this fast this early."

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