The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, January 24, 1996 - 11
Icers lose freshman for 4-6 weeks as a result of knee injury
By Nicholas J. Cotsonika
Daily Sports Writer
About the only thing that can stop the
Michigan hockey team these days is
Not the class.
Freshman winger Justin Clark in-
*ed his knee over the weekend and
underwent arthroscopic surgery Mon-
day to repair a torn miniscus.
Michigan coach Red Berenson said he
expects Clark to be sidelined for 4-6
weeks. The Wolverines hope Clark will
be able to return for the playoffs in March.
Freshman guard Ann Lemire's con-
dition has improved since undergoing
fgery three weeks ago on her torn
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take more than nine shots, and he has
to take them in the paint. The fade-
aways he tried against Indiana work
only as a complement to his post
his should be about Louis Bul-
k.Instead it is about foul trouble.
Taylor, Traylor and Maceo Baston
had a combined 12 fouls. Taylor and
Baston each had two before the game
was seven minutes old.
"They did some things that we
couldn't do," Traylor said. "They were
getting away with things that we
couldn't get away with. They got calls
we weren't getting. But it's some-
thing you have to expect on the road."
*his should be about Louis Bul-
About how Bullock had the best
game of his career. Instead, it is about
a wasted effort.
"It felt good," said Bullock about
his shooting performance. "It would
feel better if we had won."
- Michael Rosenberg can be reached
over e-mail t email@example.com.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) -
*rida State's football program re-
ceived good news from the NCAA Tues-
dayjust two weeks before high school
players can sign national commitments
for college scholarships.
The NCAA found no major viola-
tions or lack of institutional control
after a yearlong investigation into a
1993 incident where several Semi-
nole football players accepted free
rchandise from a local sporting
"The university satisfied its respon-
sibility by declaring the involved stu-
dent-athletes ineligible when it rea-
sonably had information to take such
actions," wrote Dave Berst, the
NCAA's assistant executive director
for enforcement and eligibility ap-
"We are delighted," said Florida State
ident Talbot "Sandy" D'Alemberte.
owever, school officials including
tball coach Bobby Bowden will meet
next month to discuss a secondary vio-
lation outlined by the NCAA in a letter
of official inquiry.
"I am pleased that we are coming to
the conclusion of the NCAA's investi-
gation," Bowden said. "I am also very
pleasedthat the NCAA's report showed
no major violations, although we must
Address the allegation of a secondary
anterior cruciate ligament.
"I'm just now getting off my
crutches," Lemire said. "I'm walking
well and doing a lot of rehabilitation."
Despite her fresh-
man status, Lemire
was a significant'
suffering the sea- UC
She was averaging Notebook
22 minutes and 10
points per game.
Junior forward Sil-
ver Shellman re-
turned to practice n
yesterday after missing this past
weekend's contests against Illinois and
Ohio State due to a knee injury.
Shellman is expected to play Fri-
day when the Wolverines host Min-
- Dan Stillman
Problems with one of last year's re-
cruits have reaped unexpected dividends
for the Michigan wrestling team and
coach Dale Bahr.
When the recruit proved unable to
meet Michigan's academic require-
ments, the team was suddenly left with
an open scholarship.
Seeking to add some depth at the
190-pound and heavyweight positions,
Bahr and his staff turned to Lanre
Olabisi, who graduated last spring but
had ayear ofeligibility left. Olabisi had
taken a redshirt season.
The scholarship spot was offered to
Olabisi, who became eligible to com-
pete Jan. 10, the day classes started.
When 190-pound sophomore starter
Frank Lodeserto went down with a knee
injury, Olabisi was able to step into his
spot. He won his first match Friday
against Central Michigan in a match the
Wolverines would otherwise have for-
"This is really Lanre's chance to
shine," Bahr said.
Bahr added that he expects some
tough competition between Olabisi and
Lodeserto when the latter returns from
"It'll, be hard to dislodge him once he
gets settled (at the 190 spot)," Bahr
- Will McCahill
The Michigan women's swimming
team is switching gears in its training
As the Wolverines enter the second
part of the season, their training regi-
men is evolving as the postseason looms
on the horizon.
Until now, Michigan has been con-
centrating on building up its stamina.
Day in and day out, the swimmers have
been made to endure long, strenuous
Currently, Michigan coach Jim
Richardson is integrating a new com-
ponent into the practice program.
"What we're trying to develop now is
more speed and power," Richardson
said. "But we still want to maintain
With the Big Ten Championships
coming up in about a month, swimmers
and coaches are working on the swim-
mers' skills in specific events.
INJURY UPDATE: The Wolverines have
been healthy for most of the season.
However, the team has been unable to
avoid the injury bug entirely.
Junior Rachel Gustin and sophomore
Kim Johnson have both been sidelined
with shoulderinjuries. Johnson has since:
returned to the pool. Gustin is still out
but is expected to return in a matter of
Junior Lisa Butzlaff, who has been
out with a severe leg injury, will be
given a medical redshirt.
- Chris Murphy
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