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TRACK
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second and third in the mile and
3,000-meter run, respectively, but
she was not completely satisfied
with her performance.
"I think the efforts were out there
today, but I think we just had a hard
week of training," McGregor said.
"We went and did the best we could
do today - definitely not our best,
but the best we could do today, which
is all you can ask for.
"No matter what you run, it's never
going to be good enough, but a lot of
people are running far from their
(personal record's). It's time to get
rolling, and hopefully, we'll do that
next week."
If sophomore Sarah Hamilton con-
tinues to improve, she will have
nothing to worry about when Big
Tens come around. Hamilton fin-

fished first in the 800 with a time of
2:13.89, while freshman Lisa Ouellet
came in third.
Ouellet won the 800 at last week's
Red Simmons Invitational, but
Saturday she may have been feeling
the effects of competing in the mile
run earlier in the day, in which she
also finished third.
Considering that Ouellet and
McGregor probably did not run up to
their full potential at the Michigan
Interregional, the distance crew may
prove even more dominant down the
stretch. This is good news for a
young Michigan track team, which
will need consistent scorers as its
large number of contributing fresh-
men continue to adapt to college
competition.
"We're really young, both in the
distances and across the board with
the rest of the track team - it's a
team that's going to grow," said

Michigan assistant coach Mike
McGuire, who is in charge of the dis-
tance runners. "We need our upper-
class leadership. We need some peo-
ple to come to the floor and be the
coaches on the field."
McGuire has accepted the promi-
nent role the distance runners will
have in the fate of the Wolverines but
cautions about placing too much
emphasis on their importance - yet.
"We take pride in doing our part
and making a contribution to the
team," McGuire said. "There's an
expectation that goes with the terri-
tory. We may have percentage-wise
scored more points, but someone like
({sprinter) Maria Brown can impact a
bigger race right now better than a
lot of people.
"It's important for us to improve as
track athletes, so that when the next
cross country season rolls around,
we're that much more confident."

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Wtmen's Swim/Dive vs. Notre D~ame, E.' M ichigan,
Cah tm Natatorium 3, pM.
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