Volleyball Women's Swimming and Diving
vs. Iowa vs. Michigan State
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Cliff Keen Arena SOT Canham Natatorium
The Michigan Daily
Wednesday, October 14, 1992
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three-point shot of all point guards,
including Livingston ... It's not like
he's got to develop physically; he's
already a man."
There had been concerns that the
Wolverines would have trouble land-
ing big-name recruits this year.
Because the Fab Five still have two
years to play after this season, it was
thought that players would be hesi-
tant to join a program where playing
time might be limited. However,
Crawford indicated he was not wor-
"There'll only be two (actually
four) guards returning next year,"
Crawford said. "And Jalen can play
almost any position. I have to im-
prove, and I'll get some minutes."
Crawford only recently overcame
an injury which reduced his playing
and practice time the past two
months. During the Phoenix
National Tournament in early
August, he was kneed in his left
thigh, and calcium deposits built up
when Crawford ignored the ailment.
"It's fine now," Crawford said. "I
went to rehabs and did some exer-
cises to build my leg up. It's at 100
Fisher and his staff cannot com-
ment on any recruits until they re-
ceive a signed national letter-of-in-
Water polo wades
by Erin Himstedt
Nobody likes to lose, but some-
times a loss or a tie can be a valuable
learning experience. The Michigan
men's water polo team may have
finished with a disappointing record
last weekend at Northwestern, but it
was definitely not discouraged.
After soundly defeating Ohio
State in their first game of the tour-
nament, the Wolverines suffered
losses to Northwestern and two non-
collegiate Chicago teams. A tie with
Wisconsin finished the weekend,
bringing Michigan's season record
Despite having a losing weekend;
Michigan coach Scott Russell was
pleased with the overall effort of his
"Northwestern is always ex-
tremely tough in their home pool,
but we only lost by one point,"
Russell said. "I never like to lose,
but I really like where we are at this
point in the season."
The Wolverines were missing
several of their more-experienced
players due to the GRE exam, yet
the younger players rose to the
"A lot of guys really stepped up
... it was a good learning tourna-
ment," commented first-year student
and starter Ben Ewy. "It says a lot
about the level of depth on the
Russell is looking forward to this
weekend's Wolverine Invitational.
"In spite of their age, (the
players) have the ability to play very
well together," Russell said. "I think
we will be extremely difficult to beat
in our home pool."
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by Paul Barger
Could a top-25 ranking be on the
horizon for the Michigan men's golf
team?ThehWolverines made a strong
bid for that distinction this past
weekend in Columbus at the Buck-
The team battled against a tough
16-team field and ended the weekend
with a solid third-place finish. The
strong showing is even more im-
pressive considering that the Wol-
verines No. 1 golfer, Bill Lyle, had a
troublesome time, placing 49th
Senior co-captain James Carson
picked up the slack and led all
Wolverine scorers with a 75.3 aver-
age, good enough for seventh place.
Michigan coach Jim Carras was very
pleased with the play of his team.
"We're getting much closer to
what I think we are capable of,"
Carras said. "I've got some real good
feelings about this team. If we play
well again next week, I think people
will notice that we are a good team."
Going into the last round Carson
(75-72-79) was only two shots off
the pace and had a legitimate chance
of winning the individual crown. In
addition, the team was only down by
nine heading into the final round.
Considering that there were three
highly-ranked teams in the tourna-
ment (Kent State, the eventual win-
ner, Ohio State and Colorado) the
Wolverines have a right to be opti-
Anthony Dietz (76-75-78), Bob
Henighan (75-76-79), and Carl
Condon (79-77-84) all turned in a
solid performance for the team.
Henighan finished 12th in his first
outing of the year.
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