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Page 10-The Michigan Daily- Friday, February 21, 1992
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Men start spring break road swing
by Dan Linna

Daily Sports Writer
The Michigan men's volleyball
team is gearing up for a second-half
surge beginning with its spring break
road trip which starts Saturday.
The Wolverines (8-3 overall)
kick off their four-date tour in
Lamoni, Iowa, at the Big G
Collegiate Classic hosted by
Graceland College. Michigan co-
captain Rico Latham expects the
eight-team field to provide fierce
competition for the Wolverines.
"This is like a 'Super Eight'
tournament," Latham said. "No dogs
allowed. This will.be a good chance
to gain experience and fine tune our
game."
Michigan coach Tom Johengen

said he hopes the strong competition
will push his team up to another
level.
"These are probably the strongest
teams we will see all season,"
Johengen said. "This should get us
battle ready for the Big Ten, MIVA
(Midwest Intercollegiate Volleyball
Association) and National
Championships."
Monday, the Wolverines will
take on the Park College varsity at 7
p.m. before travelling to Normal, Ill.,
where they will face Illinois State
Wednesday. Johengen and assistant
coach Pam Griffin will not be at
these matches, leaving the team
without a coach.

at Big G Classic
"It'll be hell," Latham said. "It's
always hell playing without anyone
to run the club. But it will be fun and
we will gain a lot of experience."
Johengen feels his team will
handle the situation and it can only
help in the development of the club.
"Everyone is very familiar with
the offense and they know what they
have to do," Johengen said. "They'll
just have to keep from getting
wrapped up in the match and be able
to take a step back and evaluate
things."
Griffin and Johengen will rejoin
the team Thursday on the last stop of
the trip when the Wolverines face
Notre Dame.

Wrestlers
clash with
Buckeyes,.
Badgers
.by Shawn OnDU Fresno

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Michigan middle hitter Tim Werner and the Wolverines will go on the
offensive at the Big G Classic at Graceland College over break.

In its final dual meets before the
Big Ten championships, the sixth-
ranked Michigan wrestling team (5-
0-1 Big Ten, 13-2-1 overall) squares
off at Cliff Keen Arena against fifth-
ranked Ohio State (3-0, 15-4) Sat-
urday and seventh-ranked Wisconsin
(5-2, 12-5) Sunday.
The matches could be
comparable to the national team
duals held two weeks ago. The
Wolverines feasted on the Badgers,
22-14, at the meet, but they were
clipped by the Buckeyes, 19-18.
Six Michigan wrestlers are
ranked in the top 20 of their weight
class. Joey Gilbert (134 pounds) is
ranked third, while Sean Bormet
(158), who will be competing
against OSU's eleventh-ranked Mike
Schyck, is ranked seventh. Ninth-
ranked Lanny Green (177) will be
connecting with third-ranked Buck-
eye Kevin Randleman.
Brian Harper (150) is ranked 11th
in his class and will be challenging
the No. 1 seed, OSU's Ken Ramsey.
Wolverine James Rawls (142) is
ranked 13th and Jason Cluff (126) is
20th.
While the Buckeyes are weak in
the lower weight classes, five of
their grapplers are ranked in the top
15. Likewise, Wisconsin has five of
its starters in the top 15, including
reigning national champion Matt
Demaray (158), who plans to
compete at 150.
"Both matches are toss-ups,"
Michigan coach Dale Bahr said. "I
think each one will be decided by
five points or less."

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