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Page 2-The Michigan Daily- Sports Tuesday - January 21, 1992

Michigan Sports
Calendar
A compilation of Michigan sporting events for the upcoming
week. Any club sports wishing to be put on the calendar
should drop off their schedulestatthe Daily at 420 Maynard.
Tuesday, January 21
Wrestling vs. Michigan State, 7:30 p.m., Keen Arena
Men's Basketball at Indiana, 7:30 p.m. (ESPN),
Bloomington
Wednesday, January 22
No events scheduled
Thursday, January 23
No events scheduled
Friday, January 24
Ice Hockey at Ohio State, 7:30 p.m., Columbus
Women's Basketball vs. Minnesota, 7:30 p.m., Crisler
Arena
Men's Swimming & Diving vs. Michigan State,
7 p.m., Canham Natatorium
Saturday, January 25
Ice Hockey vs. Ohio State, 7:30 p.m.,-Yost Arena
Men's Basketball vs. Wisconsin, 1 p.m., Crisler Arena
Men's Gymnastics at Illinois, 7 p.m., Champaign
Men's Track & Field vs. Ohio State, Michigan State &
Penn State, All Day, Indoor Track Building
Women's Track & Field vs. Toledo & Kent,
All Day, Indoor Track Building
Women's Swimming & Diving at Ohio State, 2 p.m.,
Columbus
Wrestling at Northwestern, 7:30 p.m., Evanston
Sunday, January 26
Women's Basketball vs. Iowa, noon, Crisler Arena
Women's Gymnastics at Ohio State, 2 p.m.,
Columbusr

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CARDINAL
Continued from page 1
swimmers ever. They are the No. 1
team and swam like No. 1."
The Cardinal jumped out to an
early lead with impressive victories.
In the 400-meter medley relay, the
team of captain Jeff Rouse, Tyler
Mayfield, Brad Budney and Brian
Retterer broke the first of several
Canham Natatorium records with a
winning time of 3:49.33.
Coupled with a Chris Baskett
victory and a Alex Kostich second-
place finish in the 800M freestyle,
Stanford jumped out to a 28-8 lead.
This event was also significant be-
cause illness started to affect
Michigan's Brian Gunn. He only
managed a third-place finish in the
200M butterfly and dropped to last
place in the 400M freestyle.
"Gunn was really sick," Ur-

banchek said. "He was physically
not sound to be swimming, and I
should have pulled him after the
first event."
The divers for Michigan were es-
pecially impressive, sweeping the
top three places in both the 1-meter
and 3-meter diving events, enabling
the Wolverines to keep the meet
close for a short period of time.
In the next event, Rodney Van
Tassell scored the first of his two
victories, taking the 200M freestyle
with a pool-record time of 1:53.78.
The triumph closed the scoring gap
to 40-34 and seemed to revive the
Michigan team's spirit.
The biggest surprise of the day
came in the 50M freestyle as Stan-
ford's Eric Maurer defeated Michi-
gan's Gustavo Borges with a time of
:23.47. Borges closed fast to finish
in :23.54.
"It was the biggest upset of the
meet," Stanford head coach Skip
Kenney said. "We felt going in to
the meet Michigan could win all of
the freestyle events. The 50 free was
the highlight for us."
Maurer, swimming in front of
his parents, surprised himself by
setting a lifetime best in the event.
"The meet was still pretty tight,
and I knew Michigan was looking
toward Borges for a victory," Mau-
rer said. "I just tried to get up and
have a quick start. It's special to fi-
nally defeat Michigan."
The 200M butterfly featured a
matchup between two of the event's

top swimmers in the Cardinal's Ray
Carey and the Wolverines' Brian
Gunn. However, Carey took the
event handily in 2:04.43, with
Michigan's Eric Bailey taking sec-
ond and Gunn fading to third.
Borges showed why he is the
1991 Pan-Am Games 100M
freestyle champion, storming back
to blow away the field with a time
of :51.05 in that event. The closest
competitor, Stanford's Kevin Hen-
derson, was more than two seconds
behind.
Borges felt going into both of
his races that he needed to win for
Michigan to be competitive in the
dual meet. However, he was not up-
set with his performance in either
the 50M or 100M freestyle events.
"I was happy with my time in
both of the events," Borges said. "I
had just come back from nationals in
Brazil and was just trying to swim
fast."
Cardinal sophomore Retterer,
expected to challenge for the top
spot in the event, was held out of
the event due to an elbow injury.
This enabled Rouse, the world-
record holder in 100M backstroke,
to capture the 200 meter event in a
pool record 2:02.92. Michigan's top
backstroker, Steve Bigelow, could
only manage a third place finish in
2:03.48.
Michigan rookie Steve West
came up with a swim that Kenney
labeled as "just awesome" in the
200M breaststroke. Even Urbanchek

labeled West's performance as "the
best one-on-one race of the day."
West, who was in fourth place
halfway through the race, finished
with a strong kick enabling him to
overtake Stanford's all-American
Mayfield and win in 2:24.07, to
Mayfield's 2:24.40.
"I anticipated on Tyler Mayfield
being out ahead because I have swam
against him before," West said. "I
thought that they (the other Stan-
ford swimmers) would be faster
than they were."
The Cardinal completed their
domination of the day, breaking yet
another pool record in the 400M
freestyle relay, with a blazing
3:27.99. Michigan's A Team of Van
Tassell, Noel Strauss, Dan Abruzzi,
and Borges, took second in 3:30.97.
Kenney was pleased with his
team's performance in the dual
meet.
"This was exactly what we
wanted and needed," Kenney said.
"Our freshmen class came through
and a big win like this gives us prac-
tice swimming well inside on the
road."
Urbanchek seemed to look at the
positive aspects of the meet. "It was
a tune-upfor ausover Olympic dis-
tances," -Urbanchek said. "Also, it
hurt not having our redshirts to
compete against them."
"It would have been a different
meet with the redshirts," Kenney
agreed.

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