Page 14-The Michigan Daily- Friday, October 11, 1991
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by Dan Linna
The Michigan women's golf
team's fall season comes to an end
this week, as it competes in the Penn
State Lady Lion Invitational.
Rain forced the cancelation of
the Wolverines' previous tourna-
ment, and they hope to continue the
play that brought them a sixth-
place finish in the Lady Northern
two weekends ago.
"I think it has keyed them up
more," coach Sue LeClair said of the
effects of the layoff on her team. "I
think they are more ready to play
"We'd like to finish on a high
note," senior Erica Zonder said.
"We've been playing pretty well
this fall, and we'd like to continue
that good play and give ourselves
something to think about over the
The tournament is being held on
the 6,007-yard, par-73 Penn State
Blue Course. The 12-team field will
begin play tomorrow with 36 holes
and finish the final 18 holes Sunday.
Host Penn State - the only other
Big Ten team - is the defending
"I think we will finish way up
on top somewhere," LeClair said,
"at least in the top three. I don't
know a lot about some of the teams,
but we have beaten Penn State, Iowa
State, and Bowling Green before.
South Carolina has a new coach and I
don't know what they have, but the
southern schools usually have good
The Wolverines have been led
this season by the play of juniors
Wendy Bigler and Kristin Beilstein,
who are sporting 79.1 and 79.3
stroke averages, respectively. Bigler
has led the Wolverines in scoring
twice and Beilstein once through the
first three tournaments. Tricia Good
and Zonder have followed close be-
hind, giving the Wolverines a strong
foursome. Jenny Zimmerman and
Maura Hawkins, who have posted
top-four scores for the Wolverines
this season, will also travel to Penn
"I'm looking for us all to do
well and really come together in
this tournament," Good said.
"Sometimes some of us don't play
well and others play really well,
and their scores compensate for the
other ones. This should be our best
tournament. We have been steadily
improving and hopefully everything
will come together this weekend,
and this will be our best finish."
The Wolverines have cited confi-
dence as an important factor in their
quest to establish themselves as one
of the top teams in the Big Ten.
"Once we have the confidence
that we will do well every time we
play," Zimmerman said, "we will
do well every time we play. We
need to realize that we are one of the
better teams when we go to a tour-
The 36 holes to be played tomor-
row will make for a very long day
for the Wolverines.
"Playing 36 holes in a day is
tough," Good said. "You need to re-
ally concentrate for eight or nine
hours. I'd rather play 18 each day be-
cause you know you only have to go
around once and the day is over with.
But the most important thing to
remember either way is that you
have only one shot at a time. If you
are thinking about how many holes
are left or how many hours are left
you won't be concentrating on what
is happening now."
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by Chad Safran
The Michigan softball team will
be hosting the Fall NSK/Wolverine
Invitational Softball Tournament
tomorrow, beginning at 10 a.m. at
Mitchell Field. In addition to the
Wolverines, the exhibition tourna-
ment will feature teams from Cen-
tral Michigan, Bowling Green, De-
troit-Mercy, and Wayne State.
The teams will each play three
games tomorrow, beginning at 10
a.m., 12 noon, and 2 p.m. The tour-
nament will continue Sunday with
games at 12 noon and 2 p.m.
The Wolverines are coming off a
season in which they finished with a
record of 36-19. Their 15-9 confer-
ence record was good for a third-
place Big Ten finish. The team was
ranked 19th in the final NCAA
coaches poll last season.
With the loss of four-time all-
Big Ten selection Bonnie Tholl,
Wolverine assistant coach Cathy
Wylie expects fellow all-confer-
ence selection Patti Benedict to lead:
"She's a great hitter," Wylie
said of the junior, who led the team
with a .345 batting average.
Other important cogs in the
Michigan machine are pitchers
Kelly Forbis and Julie Clarkson.
Forbis finished last season with a
record of 8-6 and an 1.33 ERA to go
along with 37 strikeouts. Clarkson
fanned 46 batters while posting 0
1.09 ERA and a 13-7 record with 3
"The fall tournament was de-
signed for the underclassmen,"
Wylie said. "It will give them some
experience and some playing time
this fall before the spring season
begins. It gives us a chance to find
out what we need to work on the
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