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Page 16-The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, April 20, 1993

Women's golf looks to
bloom in April showers

Gridders face new
schedule in fall

by Jaeson Rosenfeld
Daily Sports Writer
The Michigan women's golf team
continues to defy the laws of probabil-
ity.
The Wolverines experienced their
fourth straight weekend of foul spring
weather, continuing their tradition as
" rain-makers" that they established in
the fall. In a related story, meteoroligists
across the United States are shunning
weather maps, and are simplying track-
ing the Michigan womnen's golf team as
an indicator of bad weather.
After facing less than ideal condi-
tions nearly every weekend, the Wol-
verines are finally beginning to feel
right at home in the rain. The Wolver-
ines shot rounds of 329 and 325 in the
rain-shortened Lady Lion Invitational,
finishing second to Methodist.
Methodist beat the Wolverines out
of the top spot for the secondtime of the
year by shooting 323-321-644. In the
fall, Methodist bested Michigan in the
James Madison Invitational.
Though Michigan went into the
weekend hoping to win, Coach Sue
LeClair said she was heartened by her
team's performance.
"I think they did a great job consid-

ering what we played in,"LeClair said.
Michigan's first day efforts were led
byfreshman ShannonMcDonald who's
79helped the team to fourth place at the
halfway point.
The Wolverines hopped from fourth
to second place on Sunday, thanks
mostly to the contributions of the se-
niors. Tricia Good's final-round 78,
along with WendyBigler's81 and Mar
Hawkins 83 warranted lauding from
LeClair.
"I think the seniors are really com-
ing into their own," LeClair said.
If the seniors are coming to their
own for the Wolverines, it is none to
soon. TheLadyLion Invitational marked
the last tune-up tournament before the
Big Ten championships, May 7,8, and 9
at Iowa City. With the biggest tourna-
ment of the year fast approaching,
LeClair and the Wolverines have set a
goal for themselves.
"We talked about it on the way home
and the girls feel fifth is very realistic,"
LeClair said. "They're all starting to get
close to the under-80 mark. If things gel
together we may move up another
notch."

from staff reports
The Michigan football team will
experience something completely new
October 16: middle Pennsylvania.
The Wolverines, who finished 6-0-2
in the Big Ten and 9-0-3 overall last
year, make their first-eer mo rip it)
Penn State for just one of the highlights
of the 1993 campaign, one which sees
them make a run for an unprecendented
sixth straight Big Ten title.
Michigan begins with five straight
weeks at home, starting with the Sept.4
opener againstWashington State. Notre
Dame, an open week, Houston, and
Iowa complete the home stand. Michi-
gan f&st takes to the road Oct. 9 to face
Michigan State.
However, the Wolverines spend the
middle portion of their scheduleon the
road ,finally ending when they host

Illinois for homecoming Oct. 23.
The season concludes with two of
three at home in November, ending in
Michigan Stadium Nov. 20againstOhio
State. in a 12 noon contest.

9/4
9/11
9/18
9/25
10/2
10/9
10/16
10/23
10/30
11/6
11/13
11/20

Washington State
Notre Dame
OPEN
Houston
Iowa
at Michigan State
at Penn State
Illinois (homecoming)
at Wisconsin
Purdue
at Minnesota
Ohio State

EVAN PETRIE/Daily
Jenny Zimmerman strokes one for the Michigan women's golf team. Both
the men's and women's teams conclude their campaigns in coming weeks.

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go to see amovie which is anticipated to
be a winner and it is.
The Michigan men's lacrosse team
left for Northwestern last Friday in
search of victory. When they returned
late Sunday night, they were notempty-
handed. In addition to bringing home

three-year reign as the Big Ten Club
Lacrosse champion'-. winning for the
fourth consecutive year. The Wolver-
ines have now won the last five of six
titles.
Saturday morning, Michigan was
pitted against the fourth seed in the
West, Northern Illinois. By the time the
final seconds had run out, the Wolver-

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Attackman Doug Henke led the
Wolverines with eight goals and one
assist, while freshman Jason Rogers
managed duties in goal for Michigan.
'We played excellent.'
- Ranjiv Advani
'M'lacrosse Co-captain
"We played well, but we could have
playedbetter," seniorco-captain Ranjiv
Advani said. "Jason (Rogers) played
goalie well all game."
Michigan faced Northwestern, the
second seed in the West, next.
The fourth quarterbegan with Michi-
gan leading 8-6. Northwestern scored
making it a nail-biting 8-7.
'We did no play that well," Advani
said. "We spent a lot of time in the
penalty box which really hurt us."
However, the Wolverines soon
scored three consecutive goals, pulling
through to an 11-7 victory, which ad-
vancedthem tothe championshipmatch
Sunday afternoon.
"'Theywerealotbetterandthegame
was a lot closer than we expected,"
Advani said.
Leading scorers for the Northwest-
ern game included junior attackman
Stevan Simich(4 goals), Henke(3), and
sophomore attackman Sten Carlson(2).
Sunday afternoon, the Wolverines
suited up to play Purdue for the title.
"Weplayed excellent," Advani said.

Ten club title
"(Purdue) was one of our best games all
season. We played great team defense
and great team offense. Everyone was
hustling. It was a great game to end my
Michigan lacrosse career with."
Henke once again led the Wolver-
ines on offense with five goals. Carlson
followed with four of his own.
"We were in control of the game for
the most part," Advani said. "But we
never really felt comfortable with our
lead until the fourth quarter."
One thing in particular added to the
excitement of the Michigan-Purdue
game. Starting goalie Kennon
Broadhurst twisted his knee right after
halftime and was out for the remainder
of the game. Rogers came in to finish
the job and keep the Wolverines alive.
"I didn't expect to play in the cham-
pionship game at all," Rogers said. "I
was pretty nervous when I saw Kennon ,
go down."
The third quarter was a rough one
for Michigan, as their defense began to
fall apart. But following a brief timeout
and the conclusion of the quarter, the
Wolverines pulled it together in the
fourth after Rogers stopped a key shot
from Purdue.
"It (Broadhurst's injury) was a defi-
nite turning point in the game," fresh- -
man defenseman Scott Van Aman said.
"It was a real test of our desire to win."
The Boilermakers scored three goals
in the third quarter, but Rogers shut out
Purdue in the fourth. Rogers ended up
with a game total of seven saves.

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