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Page 14-The Michigan Daily- Friday, December 4, 1992

Blue makes mark at Speedo Cup

by Brett Johnson
and Wendy Law
Daily Sports Writers
Qualifying for the NCAA cham-
pionships is every college athlete's
goal, swimmers and divers are no
different. It is especially fulfilling
when one qualifies in the first big
meet of the season.
Yesterday at the Speedo Col-
legiate Cup East, some members of
the Michigan men's and women's
swimming and diving teams were
able to accomplish this goal. The
first day of the meet was highlighted
by the diving teams.
In the men's one-meter spring-
board competition, four of the Wol-

verines' best qualified for the
NCAA qualification meet in March.
Alex Bogaerts won the competition
with 514.60 points. His mark was
almost fifty points above the qualifi-
cation standard. Michigan divers
Jeff Jozwiak, Abel Sanchez, and
Eric Lesser placed in the three
through five slots.
"The guys dived really well,"
Michigan diving coach Dick Kim-
ball said. "Certainly Alex had a
great performance for him. But all
four of them making it and getting it
out of the way is really good."
The women's team dove in the
three meter springboard event. The

Wolverines had the top five divers,
four of whom reached the qualifica-
tion meet. Senior Margie Stoll led
the way with 492.70 points and ju-
nior Cinnamon Woods placed sec-
ond, 18 points behind. Junior Martha
Wenzel and freshman Carrie Zarse
were the other qualifiers.
"The girls - I was real pleased,"
Kimball said. "That's the first time
Martha's made it. The other two
girls had made it before."
In addition to the divers, junior
swimmer Kathy Deibler met the
NCAA standards for the 500-yard
freestyle with a time of 4:46:80.
This accomplishment entitles Deib-
ler to swim at the NCAA champ-
ionship meet also in March.
"I'm ecstatic," Deibler said. "I
had my best times and I wasn't re-
ally expecting life-time best times,
but we had really good training this
fall. Not all of us are rested, but the
six of us that rested, we just decided
to see where we were. It looks like
we are doing really well."
Michigan swimmer Alecia
Humphrey also met NCAA stan-
dards in the backstroke of the 400-
yard medley relay.
The three-day event continues
today with the diving finals at 3:30
p.m. and the swimming finals at
6:00 p.m. The men currently have a
large lead and the women are run-
ning neck and neck with Arizona
State. Point totals were not available
at press time.

The Michigan women's basketball team will be looking for its first victory of
the season when it plays Indiana State Saturday. The Wolverines are 0-1.

Tear hosts annual ski swap and sale

by Jennifer Tianen
Daily Staff Writer
Does that winter air invigorate you? Are you anx-
iously awaiting the first real snowfall? Are you ready to
don those skis and hit the slopes? If you are, the
Michigan ski team is ready, willing and able to assist
you at its annual Ski Swap sale.
This Saturday, Dec. 5, the Ski Swap will be held at
the Sports Coliseum from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
"We have ski equipment from a dozen ski shops in
Michigan, as well as a couple from Ohio," said Mike
Johnson, captain of the ski team. "Private individuals
also bring in things to sell for cash."
The Ski Swap features new and used skis, boots,
poles, as well cross-country equipment. In addition,
such ski-related clothing as parkas and Patagonia pull-
overs will be available for purchase.

"This is our major fund-raiser for the year. We sell
the equipment on consignment and take a percentage,
which finances our trips for the season," Johnson said.
All members of the ski team are required to help out
at the swap.
"The members act as customer service reps during
the swap. They are generally knowledgeable on how to
set up novice skiers," Johnson said.
In past years, the Ski Swap has drawn between 2--
3,000 ski enthusiasts.
"We are the largest ski swap in southeastern Mich-
igan and the second largest in the state. It's a great place
to get a deal on new or old stuff or to get rid of old
equipment," Johnson said.
The Coliseum is open from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. today
for individuals to bring in old equipment to sell.

cagers go
after first
by Jaeson Rosenfeld
Daily Basketball Writer
Indiana State coach Kay Riek
will be glad when Michigan senior
Trish Andrew graduates.
Last year, the 6-foot-3 center tore
apart the Sycamores' defense, scor-
ing 23 points and grabbing 19
boards, leading the Wolverines to a
69-58 triumph..
This year, Andrew poses even
more of a matchup difficulty for
Indiana State. The Sycamores have
to fill the shoes of graduated star
Angie Eichorst, who answered
Andrew's performance with 20
points and 10 rebounds of her own
in last year's matchup.
Six-foot senior center Tonya
Hamilton and 6-foot forward
Stephanie Stewart will likely be
faced with stopping Andrew.
"Andrew is a good player in the
middle and her shot-blocking ability
causes problems for us offensively,"
Riek said. "She creates problems for
us at both ends of the court."
While Michigan will hold a deci-
sive offensive advantage on the in-
side, the Sycamores' offense poses a
threat to the Wolverines from the
perimeter. Indiana State excelled
from three-point land, hitting on five
of eight in its season-opening 63-62
loss at Evansville, an area where
Michigan's defense struggled
'This is a game we can
definitely take if we
want it. We're looking
forward to a chance to
improve ourselves.'
-Trish Andrew
against Toledo. The Rockets hit on
nine of 28 triples, including three by
Kathy Lennartz in a second half-run
that doomed Michigan. The Wol-
verines must not allow the Syc-
amores to burn them with open
"We spent most of our practice
today working on our defense, put-
ting more emphasis on some of the
things we were doing wrong against
Toledo," Andrew said.
The Wolverines' endurance will
also be tested. Michigan will again
dress only nine players Saturday and
will face a wide-open offense along
with pressure defense.
"We really are at our best on the
fast break," Riek said. "We've got to
take advantage of our full-court
pressure to create more easy buckets
for ourselves."
The Sycamore fast-break offense
is run by a pair of talented guards,
sophomore Amy Walker and senior
Hazel Olden. Walker averaged 7.5
points per game last year and scored
10 in the season opener. Olden, a
Detroit native, averaged 12.9 points
per game last year, while pacing the
team with 13 against Evansville.
In addition to running a full-court
press, Indiana State will try to put
additional duress on the Wolverines

by running a pressure man-to-man
defense. Michigan coach Trish
Roberts thinks that this will be to her
team's advantage.
"I hope they run the man-to-man
defense. Our offense is such that if
they run the man-to-man we'll have
a lot more people getting a lot more
shots," Roberts said. "We can isolate
some people and get some one-on-
one matchups. We don't shoot well
against the zone."
Andrew fully agreed with her
coach's analysis.
"This is a game we can definitely
take if we want it," Andrew said.
"We're looking forward to a chance
to improve ourselves."



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