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8 - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, March 27, 1995


Blue netters topple Wisconsin

By Brett Krasnove
Daily Sports Writer
While most Michigan students were
rolling out of bed yesterday, the men's
tennis team was busy disposing of Wis-
consin at the Liberty Sports Complex.
The Wolverines (3-1 Big Ten, 8-6
overall) defeated the Badgers, (0-2 ,
2-10) 5-2.
MichiganjuniorsPeterPusztai and
John Costanzo led the charge for the
Wolverines. Pusztai defeated Wiscon-
sin junior Jason Zuckerman, 6-2,6-3,
at first singles while Costanzo demol-
ished Mike Goldstein, 6-0, 6-3, at
second singles.
Pusztai and Costanzo also teamed
up in first doubles to blank Goldstein
and Zuckerman, 8-0, contributing to
Michigan winning the doubles point

with a sweep in all three matches.
"It was the highlight of our day,"
Costanzo said of the shutout.
There was some disappointment,
however for Michigan freshman
David Paradzik, who lost to Wiscon-
sin freshman John Thomsen at No. 3
singles, 6-1, 4-6, 6-4.
"The rest of the team played a lot
better than I did," Paradzik said. "(The
Badgers are) better than their record
The only otherMichigan loss came
at No.5 singles, in whichjuniorGeoff
Prentice lost to Jared Miller, 6-4, 6-7,
Costanzo felt the team should have
win by a bigger margin, but he'll
definitely take any kind of victory.
"We expected to win by a higher

score than 5-2, but it's nice to win a
match you're supposed to win,"
Costanzo said. "Any time you win a
Big Ten match, it's important. It shows
you how much depth you have in the
conference when a team like Wiscon-
sin can play as tough as they did."
One player who perhaps has been
overlooked with the success of the top
players is senior Grady Burnett, who
has won nine matches in a row, includ-
ing a 6-2, 6-4 victory at No. 6 singles
overTony Pederson. He also teamed up
with Paradzik at No.3 doubles to defeat
Miller and John Henschel, 8-3, to com-
plete the doubles sweep.
"He's been playing extremely
well," assistant coach Dan Goldberg
said. "He's very happy with how he's
been playing."

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Brzezinski said. "(This situation) did
play a role in (our late-season slide).
The freshmen were more on her side,
while (the upperclassmen) tried to
stay neutral."
Despite the meeting, DuBois'
playing time hardly increased. She
did play a season-high seven minutes
against Purdue Feb. 3, but her Wol-
verine career ended barely a weep
"I roomed with (Maritza) the
weekend before she quit," sophomore
Amy Johnson said. "Things seemed
to be working out for her."
DuBois faced harassment from
Roberts when it came to academics as
well. According to DuBois' father,
when Roberts learned that DuBois
had enrolled in chemistry courses,
she allegedly said to Maritza, "Yotoo
really don't want tq play basketball,
you want to learn chemistry."
Roberts has had a tangled history
in her three-year tenure as head coach.
In December 1992, former Michigan
player Tannisha Stevens lost sight in
her right eye during an accident on a
road trip. Stevens is suing the Univer-
sity for negligence in transportation
with the players.
Molly Heikkinen, who played two
years (1992-93) under Roberts, left
the team after Roberts alleged that
Heikkinen and Stevens were having a
lesbian relationship.
Players' parents have sent a peti-
tion to University President James J.
Duderstadt, the board of regents and
the state legislators, urging them to
"immediately arrest the many abuses
perpetrated on our children."
Regent Rebecca McGowan (D-
Ann Arbor) did not comment on the
issue, stating that she had not yet seen
the petition.
Although she has left the team,
Maritza has no plans to leave the
"I do love Michigan and I really
love the sport," DuBois said. "My
parents feel very strong about (me
staying at Michigan)."

John Costanzo beat Mike Goldstein, 6-0, 6-3, in the second singles match1
of Michigan's 5-2 victory over Wisconsin yesterday.

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