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Page 2-The Michigan Daily- Sports Monday - March 22, 1993

'My Sports Calendar
Monday, March 22
No events scheduled.
Tuesday, March 23
No events scheduled.
Wednesday, March 24
No events scheduled.
Thursday, March 25
Men's Swimming and Diving at NCAA
championships, all day, Indianapolis.
Softball at National Invitational Tournament, all day,
Sunnyvale, Calif.
Friday, March 26
Men's Swimming and Diving at NCAA
championships, all day, Indianapolis.
Women's Golf at South Carolina Lady Gamecock
Classic, all day, Columbia, S.C.
Men's Golf at Kentucky Johnny Owens Invitational,
all day, Lexington, Ky.
Softball at National Invitational Tournament, all day,
Sunnyvale, Calif.
Men's Basketball at NCAA Tournament vs. George
Washington, TBA, Seattle (CBS).
Saturday, March 27
Men's Swimming and Diving at NCAA
championships, all day, Indianapolis.
.Baseball at Minnesota (DH), 1 p.m., Minneapolis.
Women's Tennis at Ohio State, 11 a.m., Columbus.
Women's Golf at South Carolina Lady Gamecock
Classic, all day, Columbia, S.C.
Men's Golf at Kentucky Johnny Owens Invitational,
all day, Lexington, Ky.
Softball at National Invitational Tournament, all day,
Sunnyvale, Calif.
Ice Hockey at NCAA Tournament vs. Miami-Wisconsin
winner, TBA, Detroit.
Sunday, March 28
Baseball at Minnesota (DH), 1 p.m., Minneapolis.
Women's Tennis at Indiana, 10 a.m., Bloomington.
Women's Golf at South Carolina Lady Gamecock
Classic, all day, Columbia, S.C.
Men's Golf at Kentucky Johnny Owens Invitational,
all day, Lexington, Ky.
Softball at National Invitational Tournament, all day,
Sunnyvale, Calif.
Men's Basketball at NCAA Tournament vs.
Vanderbilt-Temple winner, TBA, Seattle (CBS).
'M' men's lacrosse
conquers Pitt, 9-7

1993 NCAA Hockey Championship
El: Maine (37-1-2)

E4: Clarkson (20-9-5)
The Centrum
Worcester, Mass.
March 26
W5: Minnesota (21-11-8)

The Centrum
Worcester, Mass.
March 27

Bradley Center
Milwaukee
April 1

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W2: Michigan (28-6-2)
Joe Louis Arena
Detroit
I March 27

Bradley Center
Milwaukee
April 3

W3: Miami (27-8-5)
Joe Louis Arena
Detroit
March 26
E6: Wisconsin (23-14-3)

E2: Boston Univ. (28-8-2)

E3: Harvard (22-5-3)
The Centrum
Worcester, Mass.
March 26
W6: N. Michigan (20-17-4)

The Centrum
Worcester, Mass.
March 27

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W1: Lake Superior (26-7-5)

W4: Minn.-Duluth (26-10-2)
Joe Louis Arena
Detroit
March 26
E5: Brown (16-11-3)

Joe Louis Arena
Detroit
March 27

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by J.L. Rostam-Abadi
Daily Sports Writer
The Michigan men's lacrosse
team (6-1) rebounded from its loss to
Oberlin by defeating the University
of Pittsburgh, 9-7, Friday night in
one of the most exciting games of
the season.
"This is one of the most satisfy-
ing wins we've had in three years -
as satisfying as, believe it or not,
winning the Big Ten Championship,
because it's expected that we win the
Big Ten, but it's not expected that
we beat teams like Pittsburgh,"
Michigan coach Bob DiGiovanni
said. "What really won the game was
we played very aggressive de-
finse; we just pressed people all over
the field. You force them to try to do
things faster, at greater distances, and
therefore they make greater mis-
takes,"
Sophomore attackman Sten Carl-
son lead Michigan with five goals.
"I think we got some good
breaks, where against Oberlin we
didn't get any breaks," Carlson said.
"And the ball bounced our way a few
times, and we got some good shots
on the goalie. He was a good goalie
too. It was a chore to score on him,
it wasn't just dropping the ball in."
In the middle of the second quar-
ter, Michigan got physical when
freshman defenseman Dejon Hush
performed a successful leveling
check on his man.
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get some energy in people," Hush
said. "I hope this shows everybody
on our team that we can be aggres-
sive."
This was the type of team play
which the Wolverines lacked during
their recent match-up with Oberlin.
"We definitely pulled the inten-
sity level up from our Oberlin game;
we were a little flat for that for some
reason," said junior defenseman
Ethan Hackley, who was exception-
ally quick and agile running the ball
against Pittsburgh. "It was good to
see us get up there and hustle after
balls and start hitting people.
"I know how I play, and I think
it's like the rest of the team - once
you start getting in there and that
first hit or first time you get hit, it
gets you fired up and gets you more
into the game. It brings the level up,
and it's definitely to our advantage to
get out there and do that."
The second half featured an in-
crease in the already hostile envi-
ronment, yet the Wolverines kept
their offense energized and their de-
fense solid. Freshman attackman
Brian Stein, who has missed the past
few games due to an injury, made
his comeback against Pittsburgh.
"I've been in a slump lately. I
concentrated, I played hard, I really
wanted to get back in, break out of
my slump, and do some good for
the team," Stein said. Stein did con-
tribute by assisting in a big third
quarter goal.

THE FINAL FOUR
Louisiana Superdome
New Orleans
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Semifinal Semifinal
April 3 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP April 3
April 5
9 p.m.(CBS)
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WHO: Lara Hooiveld
TEAM: Women's swimming
HOMETOWN: Brisbane, Australia
YEAR: Sophomore
ELIGIBILITY: Sophomore
WHY: Hooiveld won both the 100- and 200-yard breaststrokes at the NCAA swimming
championships in Minneapolis this weekend. With her time of 1:00.32, Hooiveld set a new
NCAA and U.S. Open record in the 100 breaststroke. She was also part of fifth and seventh-
place .relays. For these performances she was named the NCAA Swimmer of the Year.

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The Australia native's two victo-
ries impressed the coaches at the
meet enough to have them vote her
the NCAA Swimmer of the Year.
Hooiveld's two victories led the
Wolverines, but the swimmer who
sparked the swing in momentum for
Michigan was Mindy Gehrs. The
senior tri-captain's victory in the 400

individual medley in the first final
Friday paved the way for the rest of
the team.
"I was really inspired by Mindy,"
Hooiveld said. "She's had a real
rough time (this season), and that
was a really tough swim for her
tonight."
Michigan swimming coach Jim
Richardson said he saw Gehrs' swim
as a catalyst for his team.
"(Gehrs' 400 IM) was a big

breakout," he said. "It certainly
helped to lift everybody to a higher
level."
Swimmers Tara Higgins, Beth
Jackson and Kirsten Silvester and
diver Carrie Zarse all placed in the
consolation finals.
"We came here and took advan-
tage of things that opened up for us,"
Richardson said. "And we stepped
up in a big way too."

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