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The Michigan Daily- Friday, March 20, 1992 -Page 11

RESIGNED
Continued from page 1
tive in May, VanDeWege will re-
main with the Athletic Department
through August 31, and will coach
his basketball camp this summer at
Crisler.
"Bud has been a loyal Michigan
man for all these years and we ex-
pect his continued support for the
program," Associate Athletic
Director Peggy Bradley-Doppes
said.
VanDeWege said in a released
statement that his future plans are
uncertain.
Bradley-Doppes said that the
search for a new coach is already
'1 have a tremendous
sense of relief that
the best thing has
taken place.'
-Bud VanDeWege
underway. The Athletic Department
*has placed an advertisement in an
NCAA publication and will accept
'applications until April 20.
Bradley-Doppes also plans to
attend the Women's Final Four in
Los Angeles to speak with various
;coaches. She hopes to have a new
coach by the end of June.
Assistant coaches Kathy La-
Barge and Nikita Lowry will re-
main at Michigan, until a new
*'coach is selected. He or she will
have the option to replace them.
"I expect that both of them
would be under consideration (to
stay at Michigan)," VanDeWege,
"but that will be determined by the
administration."
"The administration was very
supportive," VanDeWege said.
"We had a couple of tough years,
but I never felt as though I didn't
have their support.
"This is a very positive parting. I
would have liked to have left after a
better season, but I leave with no
bitterness or disappointment."

Tankers let good times roll
Relay finishes fifth, sparks 'M' to eighth place at NCAAs

by Kim DeSempelaere
Daily Sports Writer
The Michigan women's swim-
ming and diving team had a great
start yesterday at the NCAA
Championships in Austin, Texas,
finishing eighth overall after the first
day of competition.
Junior Mindy Gehrs had the best
showing of the day in preliminary
competition, placing seventh in the
200-yard individual medley in two
minutes, 12 hundredths of a second.
Gehrs fell one place in finals compe-
tition, finishing eighth in 2:20:85.
Stanford's Summer Sanders captured
first in the event in 1:55:54.
The second individual to qualify
for the finals was senior Katherine
Creighton, finishing 13th in the 500-

yard freestyle in 4:51:26. Moving up
to the 10th position, Creighton cut
her time to 4:49:48. The senior
freestyler has yet to compete in her
best event, the 200-yard freestyle.
The final Wolverine swimmers to
advance to the finals qualified in the
200-yard freestyle relay and the 400-
yard medley relay. The medley relay
was made up of Gehrs, senior co-
captain Jen Love, and rookies Alecia
Humphrey and Lara Hooiveld. The
foursome finished eighth in prelimi-
nary competition in 3:43:76. Kirsten
Silvester took over for Love in the
finals and lead the relay to a fifth-
place finish in 3:41:70.
Capturing the 14th spot in pre-
lims, the 200-yard freestyle relay
made up of Love, Silvester,

Hooiveld and senior co-captain Mic-
helle Swix finished in 1:34:36. The
relay bettered its time significantly,
but fell one spot, to 15th, in the
finals.
Senior diver Lisa Cribari finished
eighth from the one-meter board
with 391.70 points. Chereil.Santini
from SMU took first with 426.40.
Day one ended with Texas on
top, finishing well ahead of its clos-
est competitor, Stanford. Right be-
hind Stanford were SMU, Florida
and UCLA, taking third through fifth
place, respectively.
Though Michigan is currently in
eighth, the team hopes to have even
better days today and tomorrow. The
Wolverines expect to qualify for fi-
nals competition in most events.

Michigan swimmer Kirsten Silvester placed 19th in preliminary competition
of the 500-m freestyle at the NCAA Championships in Austin, Texas.
'M' spikers face Tn-State

by Dan Linna
Daily Sports Writer
With the Midwest Intercollegiate
Volleyball Association (MIVA)
Championship one week away, the
Michigan men's volleyball club has
been looking at this weekend's
matches as a tuneup.
However, the Wolverines will
have little time to regroup because
Saturday's tri-match with Cincinnati
and Western Michigan has been
canceled. Michigan will now have to
do all of its fine tuning against Tri-
State tonight at 7:30 p.m. at the
CCRB.
"We started to turn it around last
weekend," Michigan coach Tom
Johengen said. "We just want to con-
tinue to build momentum and I'd
like to see the same effort and inten-
sity that we showed last weekend."
Michigan doesn't know much

about the Tri-State squad except that
the program has recently gained var-
sity status. The move means the
team is able to gain more practice
time and is now able to support a
more experienced coaching staff.
Johengen said the Tri-State play-
ers are not big, but what they lack in
size, they make up for in discipline
and hustle, which is the cornerstone
of their strong defense.
"They can be really explosive if
you let them get on a run," Michigan
co-captain Rico Latham said. "We
just want to go out, give 100 percent,
and then enjoy the rest of the week-
end off."
The Wolverines will again be
without the services of junior outside
hitter Chris Peirce, who may not be
ready in time for the MIVA
Championships.

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