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Page 2-The Michigan Daily - Sports Monday - April 20, 1992

'M' Sports Calendar
Monday, April 20
No events scheduled.
Tuesday, April 21
Softball vs. Eastern Michigan, 3 -p.m. (DH), Varsity
Diamond. -
Wednesday, April 22.
Baseball at Central Michigan, 3 p.m., Mount Pleasant.
Softball vs. Central Michigan, 3 p.m. (DH), Varsity
-Diamond:-
Thursday, April 23 ~
Men's Trackalid Field- at Penn Relays, all day,
Philadelphia.
Women's Track and Field at Penn Relays, all day,
Philadelp hia.-
..Men's Gymnastics at.NCAA National- Championships,
LiocoLn, Neb.- .
Friday, April 24 - --
Women's Tennis at Big Ten Championships, all day,
-Evanston. ~
Men's Track and Field at Penn Relays, all day,
Philadelphia.-
Womer's Track and Field at Penn Relays, all day,
Philadelphia.
- -Men's Gymnastics, at NCAA National Championships,
Lincoln, Neb.
Women's Gymnastics-at NCAA National"
Championships, St. Paul, MN.'"
Saturday, April.25
Baseball vs. Iowa, 1 p.m. (DH), Fisher Stadium.
Softball vs. Iowa, " p.m. (DH), Varsity Diamond.
Women's Tennis at-Big Ten Cha.mpionships,-all day,
- - Evanston. .
Men's Track and Field at Penn Relays, all day,
Philadelphia..
Women's Track.and Field -at Penn Relays, all day,
Philadelphia.,--
Men's Gymnastics at NCAA National Championships;
Lincoln, Neb. - - -
Women's Gymnastics at NCAA National
Championships, St..Paul, Minn.
Crew at Midwest Sprints, Madison.-
Sunday;.April 26 .
Softball at Indiana, 1 p.m. (DH}, Bloomington.
Women's Tennis at Big Ten Championships, all day,
- Evanston.- .

Love captures third Heritage Classic

HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. (AP) -
Love conquered all.
Again.-
Davis Love III yesterday became the first
golfer to win the Her-itage Classic. three times
and only the second to do so consecutively.
Love shot a final-round 3-0nder-par 68 for a
72-hole .total of 15-under 269 and a four-stroke
victory-over Chip Beck at Harbour .Town Golf
Links.
Beck, ,who began the day four shots back,
made a brief run on the backside, pulling within
two strokes. Beck also shot a 68 for a 273. .
* .Nick Price was third at.274 after his second
straight 66. Russ Cochran and Fuzzy Zoeller
. were at 275. .
But the day belonged to"Love - the hottest
PGA golfer this side of Fred-Couples, who
skipped the Heritage after his Masters victory
last week.
Love has won two - of his 'last three
tournaments and has finished in the top eight in
five of his last six. He also is second on the

money list behind Couples.
Love, who began the week by celebrating his
28th birthday, teed off Sunday to sprinkles,
which were intermittent andat times heavy.
He birdied the third hole to go 13-under fora
four-stroke advantage he maintained as he made
the turn to the back nine.
Noone got within three shots of Love - his
margin after thfee rounds - until Beck's brief
bolt up the leaderboard.
Beck, playing in the twosome-ahead of Love.
and Mark O'Meara, got within two strokes after
birdies at Nos. 12 and 13 and a bogey by Love at
the-13th.
It was Love's sixth and last bogey of the
tournament -- but only because he escaped
trouble on his next two holes. His tee shot on No.
14 hit the slope just inside a small pond and the
ball kicked back onto the green enabling him to
save par.
Then he drove the ball into the dirt and trees
just beyond the cart-path on the par-5 15th. After
taking a drop, Love maneuvered between- a gap

in the trees with his second shot and put his third
within four feet for a birdie.
. But Beck birdied No. 16 just seconds later to
remain two shots behind - for the moment.
Love sealed his victory on the.16th - a hole
he eagled on the first day and birdied Saturday.
His second shot was right at-the pin, leaving him
a five-foot birdie putt..
Meanwhile, up ahead, Beck was bogeying the
.17th, leaving Love with a four-stroke lead and
opening the door- to make it III for three-at the
Heritage for Love. - -
Love earned $180,000 for the victory;
Seven golfers have won the Heritage twice
-since Arnold Palmer-took the inaugural event in
1969.- But Love has cpme to make thii
tournament his own . .
He won his first PGA Tour event here in 1987
at 23, which made him the youngest Heritage
champion. Then he won last year, ending Payne
Stewart's two-year reign. -

Michigan Daily Ath lete-of-the-Week.

WHO: David.Kasg
TEAM: Men's Tennis
HOMETOWN: Columbus, Ohio
YEAR: Senior
ELIGIBILITY: Senior -

WHY:
This weekend, Kass closed out his senior season at Michigan
with two two-set victories in- matches against- Michigan State
and Penn State to -finish the Big Ten season a perfect. 9-0.
Kass defeated Spartan- Grant Asher, 7-5, 6-0, Friday, and
Nittany Lion Eduardd Abri-1, 6-3, 6-0, Saturday. -
BACKGROUND: -
. Three-year captain of the men's tennis team ... Split time
between Florida and Ohio in-high school, and won state
singles' titles in both locations.." aspires to a professiopal
tennis career .... born 6/17/70..

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