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Page 10-The Michigan Daily- Wednesday, March 11, 1992
[ YN EBOOK ICers prepare to repeat

by Josh Dubow
Daily Hockey Writer
Yesterday, the Michigan hockey
team continued its preparations for
this weekend's opening-round play-
off series against Ohio State.
Michigan coach Red Berenson is
hoping his squad will get back on
track after last weekend's break. The
last time the Wolverines had a week
off, they followed it with consecu-
tive losses at Lake Superior.
Berenson is also worried about
the prospect of playing Ohio State
this weekend. After viewing the
tapes of the four victories against the
Buckeyes this season, Berenson
realized how closely the squads are

"When you see the games, you
realize how well Ohio State played,"
Berenson said. "When the games
were on the line, the puck went in
for us and not for them.
"In one game (Jan. 25 at Yost),
we were up 4-1 after the first period,
but were totally outplayed."
The two schools also met in last
year's first round at Yost with
Michigan sweeping the series, 5-4,
and, 9-4. However, in the 9-4
clincher, the Buckeyes battled back
from a 4-0 deficit to tie the score be-
fore the Wolverines triumphed with
five unanswered goals.
squad was once again not at full
strength. Exams have hit the Wol-

verines this week - senior forward
Ted Kramer missed yesterday's
practice because of an exam and
Mark Ouimet and Mike Helber
missed most of Monday's practice.
Also, walk-on Vaclav Nedoman-
sky has quit the team because he has
not been happy with his limited
playing role.
IN THE POLLS: Michigan re-
mained in the third spot in the nation
in all four major polls - NCAA
Selection, Albany Times Union,
WMPL and Hockey USA. Maine is
ranked No. 1 and Minnesota follows.
In the NCAA poll, the Wolverines
are followed by fellow CCHA teams
Lake Superior and Michigan State,

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getting ready to perform knowing and hearing the sup-
port of your teammates behind you. The coaching staff
is wonderful, too."
Fry is just as happy with Wymer.
"She is going to be an All-America," Fry said. "Her
execution and dedication are phenomenal."
But Wymer's abilities represent a much larger asset
for Michigan.
"(Wymer) will do wonders for our recruiting of
other athletes," coach Fry said. "It's been a 180-degree
turnaround. Three seasons ago we were last and now we
are contending for the Big Tens. The kids are now call-
ing us."
Wymer's decision to attend Michigan was easy.
"I was definitely attracted to the academics, but
when I saw the unity of team, and how I got along with
the team right away, I knew (Michigan) was the best of
everything," she said. "I came home and called Utah
and told them I wasn't coming to visit."
Now Wymer has made up her mind about what she
expects the team to accomplish this season.
"We hope to take Big Tens, go to regionals, and
qualify for nationals," she said.


Rookie gymnast Beth Wymer, Michigan's standout in
the all-around competition, performs the floor exercise.

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