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The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 21, 1998 - 25

3 more recruits for

issued for former
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M men's
TRACK
Continued from Page 23
the 1,500 or the 800," said Harvey.
"The only other person that might
qualify is Charles DeWildt in the
pole vault.
"Those guys won't (be trying to
qualify) at Penn because they will be
running the relays. But normally,
they'll be running their same events
each week for the next two or three
weeks."
'M' LANDS THREE MORE
PROSPECTS: The men's track and
field team has received commit-
ments from three more high school
athletes, raising to four the number
of prospects that have signed nation-

track
al letters of intent to compete at
Michigan.
The Wolverines filled holes in the
sprints and jumps with sprinter Ike
Okenwa and triple and long jumper
Oded Padan.
Derek Applewhite, a nationally-
ranked sprinter and hurdler, signed
his letter of intent during the early
signing period.
Distance runner Mark Pilja round-
ed out the group of promising fresh-
men-to-be.
Michigan also hopes to receive
some help from incoming freshman
Justin Fargas, a highly-touted foot-
ball recruit who is also the reigning
California state champion in the
100-meter dash.

Lisa Simes and the Wolverines were disappointed with their showing in LA.'s
national championship meet, but the season was a successful one.
Gymnasts' season a success

Women's tennis closes
in on Big Ten title

do at the Big Tens after its first event.
Following a disastrous score of 47.675
on the beam, it was clear that the
Wolverines would have to be near per-
fect for the remainder of the event if
they had any hopes of a respectable fin-
ish.
The team came together in its next
three events and finished the day with
.grace as all-American Nikki Peters
'cored a perfect 10 on the floor exer-
cise.
Michigan averaged nearly a 49.1 in
its last three events - good enough for
a second-place finish at the conference
tournament.
On the surface, the Wolverines' sec-
ond-place finish at Big Tens appeared
t be a disappointment, considering
they were the reigning conference

NETTERS
Continued from Page 22
son. Iowa and Indiana also currently
have four losses, and if the Hawkeyes
finish the season with a record iden-
tical to the Wolverines' mark, they
will earn a higher seed again - due
to their win over the Wolverines dur-
ing the dual-meet season.
Losing both of their weekend
matches could drop the Wolverines

out of the top five in the conference
standings. Last year, the WOlverines
won the Big Ten.
They would then be forced to start
the Big Ten Tournament a day early
- something they are hoping to
avoid.
A split in their weekend matches
would virtually assure the
Wolverines a top-five seed, and a slot
in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten
Tournament.

Although nationals were an obvious
disappointment, do not forget that
Michigan did qualify - an accom-
plishment only I 1 other teams in the
nation can boast.
Surely, all of the teams whose sea-
sons ended in either the conference or
regional championships would agree -
'tis better to fare poorly at NCAAs than
to not compete at all.

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