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Page 8-The Michigan Daily-Sports Monday- February 10, 1992

BIG TENS
Continued from page 1
with Minnesota's Paul Kaump with a time of :50.13.
The result was a swim-off between the two foes to
decide who would take the eighth and final spot in the
evening's finals. Bigelow clocked a school record of
:49.48 for a place in the next round.
The Wolverines finished their day with a victory
in the 800 freestyle relay. The group of Van Tassell,
Noel Strauss, Kevin Glass and Borges finshed in a
time of 6:28.59, which was 2.44 seconds ahead of
Indiana.
With only one day remaining, Michigan was on top
of the standings with 449 points. First-day leader,
Minnesota, was second with 419.
Saturday, Borges set a Big Ten record in the 100
freestyle with a winning time of :43.14.
The Wolverines won one other race besides Borges'
record-setting performance. The 400 freestyle relay
team of Van Tassell, Strauss, Thomas Hay and Borges
came out on top in a time of 2:56.44.
Along with the strong performances from divers
Rob Silverman (second) and Eric Lesser (third) on the
platform, the Wolverines managed to add another
prize to their trophy case.
"You win it with new people each year,"
Urbanchek said. "And this year's team was not the
same. All 20 people counted more this year than the
past. The team picked it up, dug in and gave more."

Wymer leads gymnasts
in victory over Illinois

By Andy Stabile
Daily Sports Writer
It may be early in the season for a case of
the mid-season blahs, but the Michigan
women's gymnastics team had to overcome
something of that nature against Illinois
Saturday.
The Wolverines (3-0 Big Ten, 5-0 overall)
squeaked past a winless Illini team,184.95-
184.15. The score marks Michigan's lowest
output of the season, but the team's perfor-
mance was not a surprise to co-captains Diane
Armento and Laura Lundbeck.
"It's that time of the season where you
mentally take a break," Lundbeck said. "We
held back on some of our routines, and we did
what we wanted to do: we won, and we didn't
have any injuries."
After performing well in spite of injuries
for much of this season, the Wolverines saw
the meet against the winless Illini team as an
emotional pit. stop for the rest of the season.
"You just can't be on a high all the time,"
Armento said. "That doesn't mean you need a
down to have an up, but all we needed from
this meet was to stay healthy and win."

Further distracting the Wolverines from
Saturday's contest may have been next week-
end's meets against nationally ranked squads
such as Louisiana State and Missouri.
"We've got those big meets coming up,"
Armento said. "And we will definitely have a
stronger lineup this weekend."
An integral part to that lineup will be.
rookie Beth Wymer. Although she did not
break any of the records she is quickly becom-
ing accustomed to breaking, Wymer again won
the all-around Saturday.
She has now claimed that title in all of the
Wolverine's five meets. Against Illinois, she
took top honors on each apparatus, scoring
9.65 on the vault, 9.80 on the uneven bars, 9.80
on the beam and 9.75 on the floor exercise. In
doing so, Wymer outdistanced her nearest
competitor, teammate Ali Winski 39.00-37.5.
Now the Wolverine's focus will be unob-
structed as they eagerly await Friday's meet
against Northern Illinois and LSU, followed
by Sunday's contest against LSU and
Missouri.

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Debbie Geiger and the women's gymnastics squad improved to 3-0 in the
Big Ten with a victory over Illinois Saturday.

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