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The Michigan Daily - Sports Monday - April 20, 1992- Page 7
,J -. - U... N $+111..I Women's golf takes fifth at Purdue

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by Dan Linna
Daily Sports Writer
Senior Erica Zonder's 153 led the
Michigan women's golf team to a
fifth-place finish yesterday at the
Boilermaker Invitational.
Iowa State (634) won the tour-
nament and was followed by
Wisconsin (639), Michigan State
(643), Purdue (648) and the
Wolverines (650).
The tournament did not begin
well for Michigan or the other 16
teams. The first four holes were
played in a driving rain which even-
tually forced play to be delayed
when the greens became flooded.
The Wolverines were not playing
well at the delay, but came back
strong to finish the day.at 323, good
for a. fourth-place tie with Purdue.
"I think the rain delay helped us
all;" Zonder said. "We all relaxed

coach Sue LeClair felt the Wol-
verines had a good shot at winning
the tournament at that point.
However, Michigan's 327 was
not enough as Iowa State, which was
sixth after the first 18 holes, blis-
tered the course with a 310 to take
the crown.
Zonder again paced the Wol-
verines in the second round with a
76, for a total of 153, good for sec-
ond medalist. She was edged out for
top honors by Heather Deke of Iowa
State, who shot a 152. Kristen
Beilstein (161), Wendy Bigler (165)
and Tricia Good (171) rounded out
the scoring for Michigan.
"Erica has really turned it
around," LeClair said. "She was
really concentrating out there and

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"I think the whole team played
better. We've got our confidence
back. We've all got that taste again
of how it feels to score well."
After playing well in the fall sea-
son, back-to-back 14th place finishes
welcomed Michigan to the spring
season. While poor weather pre-
vented the Wolverines from seeing
the course as often as they would
have liked early in the season, the
last two weeks were much kinder.
"They've been able to get out and
play," LeClair said. "They are all
hitting well. I knew it was there
somewhere, it was just a matter of
getting it going."
Although the. Big Ten Cham-
pionship are just two weeks away,
the Wolverines were not concerned
that the three other Big Ten teams in
the Boilermaker Invite all out-
distanced Michigan.
"We're not phased by it," Zonder
said. "We have beaten these teams
before and we'll beat them at Big
Tens. I think we'll peak at Big
Tens."-

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and played with more confidence." that may lave been the difference."
The 'third round of the tourna-
ment was .canceled and the Wol- - 'Ive -got my -swing back,"
verines trailed leader Wisconsin by - Zonder said. "I played with much
.only-four shots going into the secon.d. more confidence. I just went.out and
and final round yesterday. Michigan played golf. -

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