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Men's Tennis
vs. Notre Dame
Today, TBA
Liberty Sports Complex

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Baseball
vs. Eastern Michigan
Today, 3 p.m.
Fisher Stadium

Softball splits twinbill with Eastern
Smith leads 'M' to victory in opener; Eagles earn shutout in second

By JOSH KARP
DAILY SOFTBALL WRITER
Both the Michigan and Eastern
Michigan softball teams had a major
problem during yesterday's double-
header at Alumni Field -- scoring
runs.
The Wolverines (19-17) and
Eagles (22-11) combined for a mere
five runs and left a total of 26 runners
on base in splitting the twinbill.
In the first contest, the teams
headed into the bottom of the sixth
inning scoreless. With nobody out,
pitcher Kelly Kovach (9-8) blooped a
single on a 1-2 pitch into right-
centerfield. LeftfielderLesa Arvia then
sacrificed pinch-runner Tracy Taylor
to second.
Next up was catcher Jennifer
Smith, who was batting .190 coming
into the game.

Smith quickly got behind 1-2 to
pitcher Marci Kelley (16-5). But after
fouling off a few pitches, she came
through for Carol Hutchins' team,
singling home Taylor with the game's
first run.
"We had people on base every
inning," Smith said. "Hutch had told
me before to go out there and do it
myself, and not wait for somebody
else to do it. So Ijust kind of got really
mad, and all I was focusing on was the
ball."
Then, with two outs and Smith on
third, shortstop Mary Campana hit a
ground ball to Eagles' shortstop Traci
Haydu, who watched the ball go un-
der her glove for an error. Smith scored
Michigan's second run.
Michigan failed to cross the plate
again, as Eastern had one last chance
to score in the seventh. Catcher Val

Canfield walked to lead off and pinch-
hitter Sherry Harper singled to left,
moving Canfield to second base.
Then, leftfielder Teresa Turner's
sacrifice bunt attempt failed, as the ball
hither leg outside of the batter's box for
the first out.
Centerfielder Toni Flood then
grounded out to Wolverine second
baseman Kathryn Gleason, moving
the runners over to second and third.
With Wendy Watson pinch-run-
ning for Harper, Eagle second baseman
Dawn Godfrey hit a grounder to third
baseman Tracy Carr, and the game
seemed to be over.

But first baseman Michelle silver
dropped Carr's throw, and Canifield
scored. Because the ball rolled away
from Silver, Watson attempted to
score, but Silver recovered and made
a perfect throw home. Smith 1*igged
Watson out to end the game.
"I wasn't really thinking," Smith
said of the tag. "The ball was in the
dirt, and I just picked it up. It was kind
of a reaction. I thought (Watson) was
going to take my head off."
Although happy with the voictory,
Hutchins was not pleased with her
team's production.
See SOFTBALL, Page 14

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