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The Michigan Daily-Sports Monday- December 7, 1992-Page 7

Women tankers

Steve Duttenhoffer and the Michigan swimming and diving team cruised in this weekend's Speedo Collegiate Cup at Canham Auditorium. The
Wolverines amassed 1,065 points overall, nearly 400 more than second-place Iowa, while setting three Canham pool records in the process.
Men sweep past field in record-setting weekend

by Brett Johnson
Daily Sports Writer
Just right of the 10-meter diving
platform in Canham Natatorium is a
board listing the POOL RECORDS.
Three on the men's side are in need
of an update after this weekend's
Speedo Collegiate Cup.
In a show of complete domi-
nance, the Michigan men's swim-
ming and diving team destroyed the
field beating second place Iowa by
almost 400 points. In the process,
three Canham Natatorium records
fell.
"That was good (breaking three
records) considering they had Big
Ten's here four years ago," Michi-
gan assistant coach Alex Braunfeld
said. "Breaking those records four
years later and not one kid shaved
on the team, that's really good."
The Wolverines (1,065 points)
took a commanding lead on Thurs-
day and kept extending it throughout
the entire competition. There was
nothing Iowa, Bowling Green, or
Wright State could do.
The Michigan 200 yard medley
relay team started the record break-
ing performance in the first event on
Friday night. The team of Greg
Gooch, Eric Wunderlich, Tom Hay
and Gustavo Borges came in at
1:32.71 breaking the old record held
NIYO
Continued from page 3
And think about transportation,
too. I almost forgot about that.
How's this, Barry? You've got 162
games to play next year - unless
you guys go on strike against those
evil owners or something - and you
know what you could do? You could
buy a brand new Lexus automobile
after every game and still have some
money left over for gas. Drive to the
game in red. Go home in white. And
for the seventh-inning stretch they
could raffle off your old car to some
lucky fan.
If you get tired of cars, Barry,
you could always buy some cable
cars. They'll run you about $15
million apiece, so you could buy one
every couple of years.
While I'm thinking of it, though.
here's some other nice civil service
things you could do, Barry:
- You could buy 179,175
Swatches (they're on sale at
Hudson's here in Ann Arbor for $40
in a variety of colors). A nice gift for
kids, and then all the impressionable

by Oakland University by 2/10's of
a second.
In the next men's race, the
Wolverines senior co-captain Eric
Namesnik broke the record in the
400 yard individual medley. In the
process, Namesnik met the NCAA
championship qualifying time
allowing him to swim at the NCAA
championships in Indianapolis.
"For me, qualifying was the
goal," Namesnik said. "I didn't
know if I would be able to do it. The
times are pretty hard to do. I felt af-
ter the first day of the competition,
in the 200 IM, I swam a pretty good
time. I thought that I might have a
chance to make the cut. Making the
time now is definately a bonus."
Namesnik also won the 200 in-
dividual medley and was able to
meet the NCAA consideration time
with a win in the 1,650 freestyle.
Because of his previous qualification
in the 400 IM, Namesnik will also
be able to swim this event in the
NCAAs if he chooses.
The final record fell on the last
day of competition in the 200 back-
stroke. In the morning qualifying
heats, Jim Josberger of Wright State
broke former Michigan swimmer
Steve Bigelow's pool record. How-
ever, Josberger had a little less than
eight hours to saver it. In the cham-
schoolchildren can know when to
turn on the TV to watch you play.
- Or you could buy 143,340,000
pieces of bazooka gum (5 cents) and
drive around in your Lexus throwing
them to the Little Leaguers.
- You could buy 653,327 copies
of the latest CD from Marky Mark
and the Funky Bunch ($10.97) and
have the front-office hand them out
at the will-call window.
- You could help finance a dome
for Candlestick Park. That way you
won't have to play in the cold, and
those fly balls will be much easier to
track down. (You've got to keep
your own interests in mind, Barry. It
won't look good if you're dropping
pop-ups out there.)
p You could buy 5,555,813 boxes
of Rice-A-Roni ($1.29), the San
Francisco treat, and feed the
homeless in the Bay area. (You and
your family could eat quite well, I'm
sure, off the interest.)
- You could probably buy
Alcatraz. (I don't know. Probably be
a great place to throw a party.)
- You could buy out the new
manager's contract if you don't like
him.

pionship finals, Michigan freshman
Royce Sharp beat Josberger and his
record by well over a second.
"That was great (the record),"
Sharp said. "That was good for this
time of the year. That is my best un-
shaved time. So I'm happy with
that."
In addition to the pool records,
many other Michigan swimmers had
good weekends. Sophomore
freestyler Gustavo Borges won three
individual events and anchored two
winning relays. Eric Wunderlich
also came up big, winning the 100
and 200 breaststrokes and swimming
the breaststroke leg on two relays.
Two individual wins by senior co-
captain Brian Gunn also helped pro-
pel the Wolverines to the victory.
The rest of the teams did not
challenge the Wolverines. Iowa's
Rafal Szukala did have an impres-
sive meet. Szukala won both the 100
and 200 butterfly.
Even though the Wolverine
swimmers coasted to the win, they
still have a long way to go before the
NCAAs.
"Seeing the results from other
meets around the country there were
a lot of fast times in comparison to
ours," Namesnik said. "Maybe that
will motivate the guys to do a better
job preparing for a meet."
" You could buy the Hartford
Whalers. I think they're worth
somewhere between $40-50 million.
- Or you could buy up all the
You could buy a brand
new Lexus automobile
after every game and
still have some money
left over for gas. Drive
to the game in red. Go
home in white.
tickets from the people in Tampa
Bay who bought season tickets
thinking that the Giants were
moving there.
The possibilities are endless. But
here's one last idea:

Braunfeld also thought the
Wolverines have to improve.
"We need to be a little bit better
in the morning," Braunfeld said. "In
the big meets, unless you swim well
in the morning, you don't swim at
all at night. We need to be a little bit
better on relays."
The large point disparity was also
helped by the performance of the
divers. Four Michigan divers quali-
fied for the NCAA zone meet in
both the one and three meter compe-
titions. Alex Bogaerts won the one-
meter springboard and Eric Lesser
pulled out the three-meter. Both
qualified for the NCAAs along with
Jeff Jozwiak and Abel Sanchez.
Iowa diver Vico Hidalgo also quali-
fied in both events by placing sec-
ond in the one-meter and third in the
three-meter.
"It was a good meet for us,"
Michigan diving- coach Dick Kim-
ball said. "We needed a meet before-
exams. We already have five divers
that have qualified for the NCAA
zone meet. This year will be a real
good year."
The team now trains until Jan-
uary where it start the bulk of the
season with dual meets against Stan-
ford and California as well as Big
Ten foes.
Oear -S'etaB arry:
I have been a verjgoodbo
this year. I have stu ied hard
have even gone to class some.
So here is what I &ant for
Christmas:
/ want Lou to Pay my out-o,-
state tition for next seMester. Is
onlyj 7,449. (Ho'd still have 7,159,551
left tor the rest or your Christmas
shopping 4nd I bet you could get a
loan if you needed it.)
Thanks, Garry. I//lleave a late
or cookies and a glass or Milk for
you. Oont get hurt in the chimney.
And I promise I wont try to see
ou when you come Christmas Eve.
ll be asleep. I promise. Cross my
heart.
Say hello to Mrs. OIats Bonds
and Pudolph for me.
four tJo. fran,
John

cruise to
by Wendy Law
Daily Sports Writer
Records fell at Canham Natato-
rium over the weekend as the Michi-
gan women's swimming and diving
team took first place in the Speedo
Cup East Invitational last Thursday
through Saturday.
In all, 10 pool records were bro-
ken during the competition. The
Wolverines accounted for six of
them, while Arizona State grabbed
the other four.
Not surprisingly, Michigan won
the competition with 907.5 points.
ASU took second with 866 points.
Bowling Green, Wright State, Iowa,
and Northern Michigan placed third
through sixth.
For the Wolverines, three swim-
mers qualified for the NCAA meet in
several events. Kathy Deibler met
the standard in the 500-yard freestyle
Thursday with a time of 4 minutes,
46.80 seconds. Alecia Humphrey
earned the 100 backstroke spot in the
400 medley relay with a :55.14 per-
formance. Friday, Lara Hooiveld
qualified with a 1:02.30 clocking in
the 100 breaststroke.
Humphrey also qualified in Fri-
day's 100 backstroke finals in
:54.76, bettering her earlier NCAA-
qualifying time of :55.25 in prelim-
inaries. With her performance in
both the preliminaries and the finals,
Humphrey twice broke her 1991
Canham pool record of :56.48.
Both Hooiveld and Humphrey had
outstanding performances Saturday
as well. Hooiveld qualified in the
200 breaststroke in 2:13.20, break-
ing Wolverine Ann Colloton's 1989
pool record of 2:14.64. Humphrey
made NCAA cuts in the 200 back-
stroke with a time of 1:57.30, break-
ing the new Canham pool record she
had set earlier that day with 1:59.03
in the preliminaries.
Humphrey, Deibler, Hooiveld,
Mindy Gehrs, Beth Jackson, Jennifer
Almeida and Kirsten Silvester also
made NCAA qualifying times in
several events.
The Wolverines said they were
very pleased with their performances.
"I'm so happy about what's go-
ing on because this means that I
don't have to concentrate on making
cuts," Hooiveld said. "It just takes
the whole pressure off."
Coach Jim Richardson made sim-
ilar remarks about his team's per-
formance.

,up title
"Last time we had this meet was
three years ago," Richardson said.
"Arizona State came in there and
swam really, really fast, while we
swam kind of OK. This year, we
just swam so well.
"I don't think we would have
swum that fast if Arizona State
hadn't given the performance that
they did. It's the kind of situation
that lifts everybody up to a higher
level when you have that kind of fast
swimming."
Richardson also expressed plea-
sure with the number of records set
in the meet.
"We just had the guy in this last
week re-doing the record board be-
cause we wanted it up to date for the
Hooiveld
meet, and the women's side of the
board has just been destroyed again,"
Richardson said. "We're going to
keep that guy over there in Plant
Operations busy this year I hope."
The Michigan divers also per-
formed well. Margie Stoll, Cinna
mon Woods, Martha Wenzel and
Carrie Zarse met the NCAA qualify-
ing standards in the three-meter board
competition. Stoll, Woods, Zarse
and Jennifer Rotondo also qualified
for the NCAA-qualifying diving
meet in the one-meter board.
In the platform event, Woods,
Wenzel, Stoll, Zarse, Rotondo, and
Erin O'Connor took first through
sixth place, respectively.
Coach Dick Kimball compli-
mented the divers after the meet.
"This is one of those meets
where you just try to get your score
to (make cuts)." Kimball said. "But
I'm real pleased with (the divers)."

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