The Michigan Daily - Sports Monday - November 30, 1992- Page 7
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Despite this effort by Jehad Hamdan, the Wolverine wrestlers came back down to earth this weekend at the
Northern Open after dominating two weeks ago in tournament action.
*Wrestlers tire at
by Bob Abramson quarterfina
Daily Sports Writer tual champ
This isn't Ohio anymore. Sean Bo
After rolling through the Ohio Open in its first in- pounds and
dividual meet of the season, the Michigan wrestling won the aw
team managed only one individual championship this time at the
weekend at the Northern Open in Madison. The big
The tournament, which lasted 14 hours, took its toll pounds, w
on the Wolverines. Besides one individual champi- the tourna
onship, the grapplers took three third places and two wrestling a
fifth places. "It was
"We had a few kids who wrestled a little tired," disappoint
coach Dale Bahr said. "Even though the placings make champion.
it, look like we didn't do that well, we had five guys wrestling a
who only had one loss against some high-class competi- "I don't
tion. The deal with this tournament is that if you lose Green said
before the semifinals, the best you can do is fifth place." ment and I
Michigan's lone championship came at 126 pounds, cause I lik
where senior Jason Cluff defeated Wisconsin's Rocco out and cut
w Marchionda, 6-2, to claim the title. In the h
"That's as well as I've ever seen Jason wrestle," lost in the
Bahr said. "He is normally an offensive type of landed a th
wrestler, but he only gave up one takedown the entire the country
tournament. This is very unusual considering that there Coach
were some top notch teams at the tournament." served as
Jesse Rawls, who dropped to a 134 pounds from a wrestlers.
142 last year, took third place. Joey Gilbert, who is be- "At Ohi
ing redshirted this year, went to the tournament on his "But this t
own and grappled his way to a third place finish at 142 of our guys
pounds. r we have to
Brian Harper, who had been plagued by the flu all were right
week, squeaked through for a fifth place. Leading in the our matche
continued from page 3
Deputy commissioner Steve
Greenberg, filling in for the ousted
SFay Vincent, said Thursday he was
upset about the eerie silence.
"Short of any official action,"
Greenberg told reporters, "people in
baseball should stand up and say that
what has been printed is absolutely
contrary to baseball policy and what
baseball believes in. Everyone has g
been saying that privately and they
should be saying that publicly."
Atlanta Braves vice president
-!ank Aaron, who is now baseball's
second-highest ranking Black ex-
ecutive, is one person who has spo-
ken out publicly. He called for im-
But for every Hank Aaron, there
are droves of Bud Seligs Selig, the
owner of the Milwaukee Brewers,
told the Associated Press Thursday
that "it would be inappropriate to
comment at this time."
Woof. Good boy. Sit.
Of course, Selig was probably.on
line when Schott said what she said.
Aaron, baseball's home run king,
says "You don't need people like
this in the game."
Selig sat quietly, as if Schott de-
serves to be protected from her own
lifetime of words and actions.
Baseball's executive council Order your Jc
(chaired by Selig), which has the Stop by and se
power to suspend Schott or fine her Monday, Nov
up to $250,000, will meet Dec. 7 in 1100 8
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ils, 7-2, he ended up losing 10-7 to the even-
ion for his only loss at 150 pounds.
ormet lost his first match of the year at 158
d ended up grabbing third place. Bormet also
ward for the most pins in the least amount of
ggest shock of the tournament came at 167
here all-American Lanny Green went 2-2 in
ment and didn't even place. Green had been
t 177 pounds the last two seasons.
really a suprise," Bahr said. "We were really
ed because we thought he could of been the
I think he is having second thoughts about
t think I'm going to wrestle at 167 anymore,"
J. "I didn't wrestle very well at this tourna-
don't think I can train as well for meets be-
e to do weight training. It's too hard to work
t weight at the same time."
eavyweight division, Michigan's Steve King
semifinals to Rulon Gardner of Nebraska and
ird place finish. Gardner was ranked No. 2 in
Bahr said he felt that the Northern Open
little bit of a wake-up call for some of his
o, we weren't pushed that hard," Bahr said.
ournament demonstrated to us that a couple
s have to get a little bit tougher. I think what
do is raise our intensity to another level. We
there with the kids from Iowa in a couple of
s, but we have to put them away."
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