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Page 8-The Michigan Daily- Thursday, March 19,1992

:key ticket information
is for the March 27 and 29 NCAA tournament
t lottery being held by the Athletic Ticket Office.
i ticket holders, and students can only order one
:udent ID and a check for $40 made out to the
.
d's games, lottery results will be posted Monday
e Athletic Ticket Office. If the team does not ad-
I tomorrow, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., and Saturday, 10
Hockey Association tournament at Joe Louis Arena
;an plays its semifinal game at 4 p.m. Saturday. If
I play in the championship final Sunday at the
ifinal, it will play in the consolation game, to be
being provided, and tickets can be purchased at
further information on either basketball or hockey
4-0247.

'M' hitters get into the cold
Baseball stays north searching for second victory

by Ryan Herrington
Daily Baseball Writer
Contrary to popular belief, some
college students actually don't mind
being out of the sun.
The Michigan baseball team has
played 10 of its first 11 games
against warm weather teams in
Florida and California, and has not
fared well, as nine consecutive
losses and 10 all told would suggest.
The Wolverines hope to end their
slide this weekend when they travel
to Wright State in a doubleheader
Saturday and conclude their four-
game weekend with single contests
against Wright State and Dayton
Sunday.
Michigan has been at a disadvan-
tage this season against its oppo-
nents from the South because these
schools have been able to practice
since January and had played as
many as 20 games prior to facing the
Wolverines. The experience gained
from their early start is an intangible

that Michigan coach Bill Freehan
feels his squad is still in the process
of acquiring.
"We try to look at every game as
just learning more about a lot of our
young people," Freehan said. "We
knew we had a young, inexperienced
team in a lot of cases. We've been
looking to find out who can and who
cannot contribute. We've been
looking at the early part of this sea-
son, before Big Tens started, as a
time to find out who could play.
Hopefully, we will have some an-
swers by the time Purdue (Big Ten
opener) rolls around."
Freehan's job does not get any
easier with the departure of out-
fielders Nate Holdren and Pat
Maloney, and pitcher Todd Collins.
The trio will leave the team for the
next few weeks to participate in
spring football practice, which began
on Monday.
"(Losing the players) is no sur-

prise," Freehan said. "However, it
will hurt to the extent that both Pat
Maloney and Nate Holdren were
starters. Nate was hitting in the
fourth position and Pat in the second
position.
"We're just going to have to play
some other people. It's going to give
us the opportunity to see what some
other people can do."
Freehan said that he is uncertain
who will start in place of Maloney
and Holdren.
One of the things Freehan has
stressed this week is a change in atti-
tude. "What we don't want to dwell
on is a record in and of itself,",
Freehan said. "We just have to ad-
dress the problems that we've got.
"(The Big Ten championship) is
not something I feel, nor does our
team feel, is out of reach," he added.
"We just have to work on the little
things which we have failed to do
thus far."

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