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The Michigan Daily - Sports Monday - September 14, 1992 - Page 7

Edberg wins second

Lions continue to
roar in Silverdome

straight U.S.
NEW YORK (AP) - Quick at normal
the net, slick with his volleys, Stefan Edbe
Edberg captured his second straight repeat a
U.S. Open and regained the No. I Lendl v
ranking Sunday with a lot of help 1987. B
from a weak and uninspired Pete as well
Sampras. crushed.
Edberg's end to his arduous route "The
to the title was a 3-6, 6-4, 7-6 (7-5), there,"
6-2, a mere 2-hour, 51-minute were ten
*victory after three straight five-
setters that took a total of 13 hours, Edbe
43 minutes. hour 26
Sampras, the youngest Open Michael
champion when he won at 19 in whole to
1990 but looking much older and "I re
worn out after a night of sickness year," h
accommodated Edberg by blowing $500,00
several big opportunities. very h
"Play like you want it, Pete," a unbeliev
fan yelled out to him between serves and it h
in the first game of the fourth set. sharpest
Sampras looked annoyed, promptly hot and
lost the next point and eventually the Once I g
game, but it was a remark that in it.
reflected Sampras' lackluster effort. The
Serving for the set at 6-5 in the until the
pivotal third set, Sampras hit one of double-I
his 11 double-faults and was broken. backhan
He double-faulted again to fall droppe
behind 6-4 in the tie-breaker, then speared
lost the set when he swept a Sampras
backhand crosscourt wide. Edbe
"Last night I had a stomach of troubi
virus," Sampras said. "I left here four bre
around 12:30. I had a massage and one in t
went to sleep at 3:30. I got up at 8 in the
this morning. I had stomach cramps. more to
I'm not giving an excuse. I just several
didn't have enough today. Apr
"As the match wore on, to win e
especially in the fourth set, I was out to i
of gas. I'm mentally and physically the resil
very exhausted. I had a long night tournam
last night." Edberg %
Sampras also said he was fault, bL
bothered by pain in his shins during second s
the match, but that hardly accounted eight ac
for his double-faults and first-serves did aft
sometimes 30 mph slower than his breaker.
*FIELD HOCKEY a ay"I'
Continued from page 1 chance
smarter
Smith said. "We had to keep com- this wee
ing from behind, and to do that you
have to have the right attitude."
Inconsistency reared its ugly
head against William and Mary, as
Michigan found itself on the losing
end of a 3-2 score.
Kalli Hose scored her second
goal of the weekend, and freshman
Jennifer Lupinski added the first
goal of her career for the Wolver-
ies. But Michigan's failure to hold
off the Tribe after assuming the
early lead was the difference.
"We had a good first half and
then we just seemed to sit back,"
Smith said. "I don't know what
happened, but we let them dictate
play and they just scored when they
had to."
" The Wolverines will remain on
the road to take on Rutgers (1-2) at
7:15 p.m. tonight. For Smith, the
game provides an opportunity for
Michigan to bounce back immedi-
ately from the weekend split.
"I'm glad to have a game right

Open
120 mph shots.
erg became the first player to
s Open champion since Ivan
won his third in a row in
ut Edberg didn't play nearly
as a year ago when he
Jim Courier.
tennis wasn't that great out
Sampras said. "Both of us
ntative."
rg, who endured a record 5
minute semifinal against
Chang on Saturday, said his
urnament was "bumpy."
ally think I earned it this
e said after picking up the
0 winner's check. "I worked
hard. I've had some
vably tough matches here,
elped me today. I felt the
I felt all week. He came out
played well the first set.
ot the second set, I felt I was
second set went with serve
10th game, when Sampras
faulted at deuce, whacked a
d long for break-point, then
d the set when Edberg
a backhand volley that
couldn't touch.
rg had to keep digging out
Le in the third set, fending off
ak-points in the first game,
he fifth game and two more
seventh. The problem had
do with his serves, including
foot faults, than with
s' returns.
r Sampras wasted the chance
he set at 5-4, Edberg showed
ience that helped him the
ent. At 30-30 on his serve,
was called for another foot
gt he followed it on his
erve with the seventh of his
es. Edberg held, as Sampras
erward, then won the tie
fter the weekend," Smith
rn looking forward to it as a
to show that we can play
and tougher than we did
kend."

x

PONTIAC (AP) - The Detroit
Lions got two special teams touch-
downs and one from the defense in a
31-17 victory over the Minnesota
Vikings. Detroit extended its win-
ning streak to 11 games in the
Silverdome and handed Dennis
Green his first loss as coach of the
Vikings.
Detroit's Mel Gray scored on a
58-yard punt return, Melvin Jenkins
on a 56-yard return of a blocked
field goal and Jerry Ball returned a
fumble 21 yards for a touchdown.
Rodney Peete threw a 16-yard
TD pass to Willie Green and Jason
Hanson kicked a 35-yard field goal
for Detroit.
The Vikings didn't manage a
touchddown until the fourth quarter,
when Terry Allen scored on a 3-yard
run and Anthony Carter caught an
11-yard scoring pass from Rich
Gannon.

Gray fielded Harry Newsome's
punt at the 42 and veered right
through a gap in Minnesota's cover-
age. Gray shook a tackle by New-
some at the 25, got a block from
Sheldon White at the 15 and broke-
another tackle inside the 10 before,
stumbling into the end zone.
The Vikings got a 52-yard field
goal by Fuad Reveiz on the fourth
snap of the second quarter. On their
next possession, the Vikings were at
the Lions' 24, where Reveiz at-
tempted a 40-yard field goal. Marc
Spindler blocked it and Jenkins
scooped up the loose ball and raced
56 yards for the score.
On the first play of the third
quarter, Allen fumbled after getting
sandwiched by Detroit's Michael
Cofer and Kelvin Pritchett. Ball, the
rotund nose guard, grabbed the fum-
ble and rumbled for the score.

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Running away
Michigan's me-n's and women's cross country teams began their seasons
Friday by hosting the Wolverine Open. The women swept the top three
spots in the 5,000-meter race, led by all-American Amy Buchholz, who won
with a time of 18:14. Michigan's Matt Smith captured the top spot in the
men's 8,000-meter race, running a time of 25:30.

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