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Page 18-The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, April 20,1993

Men's golf looks for
consistency, leadership

Mariners end
Tigers' streak at

by Elisa Sneed.
Daily Sports Writer
The Michigan men's golf team has
three more chances to prove that it has
all the potential it thinks it does -the
BnceFossom-Spartan Invitational, the
Wolveine Invitational, and the Big Ten
Championships.
"We're a better team than we're
playing to," Michigan coach JimCamas
said. "If we can get out and play before
the Spartan Invitational ... we'll get
better and better."
But that may be a little difficult
because, once again, the Wolverines are
not entirely in control of their ability to
getoutandpractice.Besides the weather
this time, there are also exams to con-
tend with.
"Finals are coming up," Cams said.
'L.egally, we can't even practice and
play starting with Thursday. Our em-
phasis is getting ready for exams."
After all the testing is over, the Wol-
verines will have some work to do,
including more qualifying.Although he
was not completely dissatisfied with
Michigan'sperformancein theFirestone
Invitational, Caras said he still did not
find his first team.
"We'll try to qualify next Thursday
and Friday (for the Spartan Invita-
tional),"Carrassaid. "Thequalifier will

be for one spot"
Further down the road for the Wol-
verines is the Wolverine Invitational,
May 8 and 9. Their home course, while
theU of M course is under construction,
is Raderick Farms. There the Wolver-
ines will host 17 other teams.
It will be a strong field including
Ohio State, Kent State, Marshall, and
Ball State-all teams which have done
well this season.
And unfortunately for the Wolver-
ines, they won't have the home course
advantage.
"It should be an advantage but it
isn't," Carras said. "We haven't even
been out there ourselves."
The last tournament for the Wolver-
ines will be the Big Ten Championships
May 14 -16.
'There are a lot of good teams in the
Big Ten this year," Carras said. "Finish-
ing in the top half of the conference is
going to be difficult this year. If we play
with mediocrity, we-won't be in the top
ten."
And playing well hinges on the
Wolverines' ability to practice, and they
can't really do that until after school
gets out.
"School'll be out in a week," senior
co-captain James Carson said. "Then
we can concentrate on golf."

DETROIT(AP)-Ke
two of four Seattle hom
Hanson keptDetroit's awe
in check as the Mariner
sweep with a 10-6 victoryl
snapped the Tigers' five-g
streak.
Griffey also scored fou
Mariners, outscored 33-10
20-3 Saturday-in the firs
of the series. The victory en
four-game losing streak.
Hanson (2-0) beat Deg
aging nearly eight runs per
the fifth time in seven care
He allowed three runs o
_.struck out five and walked
3 innings. Dwayne Hen
Seattle pitcher, got his firs
AP PHOTO Pete O'Brien added
homer and Tino Martinez
fter and Jay Buhner drove in t
rs JohnDoherty (1-1)allo
in 4 2-3 innings, includin
homers. The Mariners ha
runs for the second straigi
Seattle gotconsecutivet
ers from Griffey and Ma
first inning. But Detroit g
double from Kirk Gibson,r
with three RBIs, to tie theg

n Griffey had half of the inning.
ers, and Eric Seattle made it 4-2 in the third, with
someoffense an error by second baseman Lou
rs avoided a Whitaker accounting for one run and
Monday that Buhner's sacrifice fly scoring another.
ame winning Griffey chased Doherty with a two-
out homer in the fifth, his fourth of the
ir runs for the year. The ball landed halfway up the
-including right-centerfield upper deck and was
tthreegames estimated at 470 feet.
nded Seattle's Rich Amaral's RBI grounder made
it 6-2 in the sixth.
roit - aver- Rob Deer hit his third homer, a 450-
rgame -for foot shot in the eighth.
er decisions.
In eight hits, Buhner added a run-scoring single
3 three in 7 2- and O'Brien a long three-run homer to
ry, the third right off John Kiley in the ninth.
st save.
a three-run The Tigers got to Swan in the ninth,
a solo shot, with Cecil Fielder driving in two runs
wo runs. on a bases-loaded single off the wall in
wed fiveruns left. Gibson followed with an RBI
ng three solo grounder to the mound, scored a single
d four home when Swan slipped on the grass soaked
ht day. by rain which fell over the last two
wo-outhom- innings.
rtinez in the
ot a two-run Henry came on with two runners on
who finished base and retired Rob Deer on a fly ball
game in their to end the game.

Detroit Tigers starter John Doherty stands dejected on the mound a
giving up a second home run in the first inning to the Seattle Marine
yesterday. The Mariners went on to beat the Tigers, 10-6.

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good luck o n finals nd a happyl
summ'rer. Lok .foar our Kickoff '93
football preview wh~ien; you return this
fall. It will hit Dail newsstands before
Mllichigan's Seprt. 4 opener vs..
Washington state, when the
W11olverines begin their quest for a sixth
straight Big Ten title.:.

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