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The IVichigan Daily - Wednesday, April 22, 1992- Page 19
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women run in eiays

by Rich Mitvalsky
Gaily Sports Writer
In its last meet before intense fi-
paexaminations commence here in
Anti Arbor, the Wolverine women's
track team travels today to the illus-
trious Penn Relays, where they will
run headfirst into some of the stiffest
competition in the country.
Annually, the Penn Relays are
regarded as one of the premier track
events in the country, as the top
athletes from the eastern and south-
tern regions of the nation compete.
"Much attention will be focused
one the results of this meet,"
Michigan assistant coach Mike
McGuire said. "The ACC, SEC, and

most of the good teams east of Texas
will be well represented here."
Many Wolverine distance runners
will make the trip to Philadelphia to-
day, to compete in the "distance
marathon" held Thursday evening.
Included in tomorrow's events are
the 3000, 5000, and 10,000-meter
runs, and the distance medley.
"We are really looking forward to
this meet as a team, because of the
level of competition," senior Carrie
Yates said. "Most ofstheathletes
here are of national caliber, and for
anyone who can't run at nationals,
this is the chance to run with the
best."

:":..::micngan
September -
12 at Notre Dame
19 vs. Oklahoma St.
26 vs. Houston
October -
3 vs. Iowa
10 vs. Michigan St.
17 at Indiana
24 vs. Minnesota
31 at Purdue
November -
7 at Northwestern
14 vs. Illinois
21 at Ohio State

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by Bruce Inosenclo
Daily Sports Writer

Philadelphia is the,destination for the men's track
team this weekend, as the City of Brotherly Love hosts
the Penn Relays. The meet will be held at Penn
Thursday through Saturday.
Riding a wave of momentum, the Wolverines are
expecting strong performances in the field events once
again. Frosh javelin thrower Stan Johanning won last
week with a toss of 232-11 at the Purdue Relays.
Johanning set the school record for the third straight
week and now holds the Big Ten record as well. Other
field event hopefuls for this weekend include Luke
Gentles in the triple jump, Dan Reddan in the high
jump, and Brad Darr in the pole vault.

The track events are looking stronger as the season
progresses, with the 4x100 relay team nearing the 42-
second mark. Also in the shorter distances, Mike
Eccleston will look for anfirst-place finish in the 100-
meters for the second consecutive weekend.
The distance squad also has confidence on its side,
as Chris Childs won the 1500 and Tony Carna won the
5000 last weekend. Gradually, the times in the shorter
distances are becoming lower. Michigan's times in the
longer distances are becoming faster at the - pace
Michigan needs to peak late in its season.
The Penn Relays meet is traditionally very competi-
tive, bringing in talent from across the country.
Michigan will finally get a first-hand look at some of
the competition they may face later this spring.

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