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The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 10, 1996 - 9A
M' women's golfers look to defend title in Lexington

By Evan Braunstein
For the Daily
The Michigan women's golf team
will attempt to defend-its title at the
4ady Kats Invitational in Lexington,
en. this week-
end.
The 18-team There
tournament p riua
begins tomor- partA dlar
row and contin-
ues through that C
Sunday. E e
Coming off a team. EVE
strong third- to play wi
place finish into
eir previous rder for
tournament, the
Wolverines Wid"!
hope to carry
their solid play
into this week- Michigan womE
end.
Lexington
native Sharon Park will lead the
Wblverines this weekend.
UCLA
coach's son
involved in
Car deal

Park has been on a
recently, recording a

hot streak
career-low

round of 74 en
score ever in
Tournament Sep
is no one
rperson
arry this
ryone has
all in
uisto
Kathy Teichert
en's golf coach

route to her lowest
the Lady Badger
t. 28.
Park finished
first in the tourna-
ment, only the
second such finish
of her career.
"Sharon is a
very solid player
with a great short
game," Michigan
coach Kathy
Teichert said.
Seniors Molly
Vandenbarkand
Wendy Westfall
will join Park in
Lexington.
All three

Junior Nicole Green and sopho-
more Sarah Lindholm will also tee
off for the Wolverines.
Although Park has been depend-
able of late, Teichert is not looking
toward any one player to handle most
of the pressure.
"There is no one particular person
that will carry this team," Teichert

said. "Everyone has to play well in
order for us to win."
However, Teichert is optimistic
about her team's chances to repeat as
champions.
"We are going in (to the match)
looking to defend our title," she said.
"The kids want to win and they will
give it their best."

The Wolverines will have some
tough competition in the field with
the likes of Purdue and Michigan
State.
In the Lady Badger Tournament,
Purdue finished four strokes ahead
of Michigan, while Michigan State
was only six strokes behind.
The Wolverines will also face

Vanderbilt, Cincinnati, Memphis,
Southern Illinois, Tulane, Western
Kentucky, Ohio and Eastern
Michigan.
This is the final tournament of
Michigan's fall season.
Last year, it became the first ot
three tournament wins for the
Wolverines.

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LOS ANGELES (AP) - Glenn
Harrick, son of UCLA basketball
coach Jim Harrick, said his involve-
ment in selling his father's car to the
sister of a key recruit was "much
more innocent than it looks" in pub-
lished reports.
The sale came two days after the
.woman's brother gave a verbal com-
mitment to play for the Bruins.
"Being in L.A. and UCLA, people
always assume the worst," Glenn
Harrick said.
"But it's much more innocent than
it looks like in today's paper. It was
just foolishly handled."
Harrick was interviewed Tuesday
by the Los Angeles Times.
The Bruins' basketball program is
-eing investigated by the Pacific 10
onference and UCLA after the
newspaper reported that Glenn
Harrick sold the car to Lisa Hodoh
Sept. 20.
4l-odoh is the older sister of Baron
Davis, a 6-foot-I point guard who
committed to UCLA.
the transaction is a possible
N AA violation. NCAA rules pro-
hibit financial aid or other benefits
the recruit or the recruits' rela-
tiyes or friends by any "institution's
stiff member or any representative
of its athletics interests."
~"The UCLA Athletic Department
and the Pacific-10 Conference are
jointly investigating the Bruins
men's basketball program after alle-
gations were brought to our attention
by the Los Angeles Times," athletic
director Peter Dalis said Tuesday.
"Until the conclusion of the investi-
tion process, there will be no fur-
ther comment(s) from the
University."
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