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10 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, March 10, 1998

Ward heads south again

WBARD
Continued from Page 9
career, Ward's 6-foot-9 frame was put to the
test. Macco Baston's broken foot forced Ward
to assert himself as a big man and the results
have been evident.
IHe has attacked the glass with abandon since
,sliding into Baston's spot in the starting lineup
and is challenging shots with increased regu-
larity.
Sacrificing for the team's success has
brought Ward's game into the spotlight he shies
away from, but he understands why his versa-
tility is so important.
"I've never played in an NCAA tournament
game," said Ward, who watched Michigan's
first-round exits his freshman and sophomore
seasons from the bench thanks to knee compli-

cations. "If you want to make this a special
year, everybody has to be thinking the same
way."
And in this case, that means getting excited
about Atlanta and a Friday matchup with
Davidson.
For the Wolverines, ironically enough, that
will mean following Jerod Ward's lead.
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'M' tennis drops trio'
By Drew Beaver
Daily Sports Writer
Was it the heat of southern California? Could it have been the difficulty adjusting
to outdoor courts? Perhaps it was the quality of the opposition. Whatever it was, it
certainly was not a great weekend for the Michigan women's tennis team.
The 24th-ranked Wolverines (1-0 Big Ten, 4-4 overall) dropped all three of their
matches last week, losing to No. 21 San Diego State on Thursday and No. 10
Pepperdine on Friday before being upset by No. 30 San Diego on Saturday.
"I think certainly, this was a wake-up call," Michigan coach Bitsy Ritt said. "Theo
key is to come back tomorrow and work really hard."
The Wolverines began their swing across the west coast with a match against San
Diego State. The Aztecs took a 4-2 lead after singles play, despite three-set victories
by Erryn Weggenman and Alison Sinclair, at No. 4 and No. 6 singles, respectively.
The Wolverines needed to sweep the doubles matches in order to pull out a team
victory. They came up short, however, getting only one win from the No. 2 doubles
team of Weggenman and senior captain Sora Moon.
Pepperdine is the highest-ranked team Michigan has faced this season. Once again
the Wolverines fell behind 4-2, with Pepperdine sweeping the lower four flights. The
Waves took all three doubles matches for a 7-2 win.
The Wolverines' final chance for a victory came against San Diego, a team they
beat last year.
Danielle Lund was the only Wolverine to earn a singles victory against San Diego,
with a three-set win at No. 2 singles. The Toreros won the other five singles match-
es and the No. 2 and No. 3 doubles matches en route to a 7-2 victory.

Jerod Ward's
game has blos-
somed this year
- his first as a
completely
healthy
Wolverine.
MARGARET MYERS/Daily

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INVITATION
Continued from Page 9
round of the tournament before
falling to North Carolina State. With
a victory against UCLA, Michigan
would tie its season record for wins
and would then play the winner of
the Alabama-North Carolina-
Greensboro ganm. The Crimson Tide
received a No. 2 seed and host this

weekend's games.
For now, however, Guevara and
her squad are focusing on the
Br uins.
"Just the little (tape) I saw, they
were trying to (fast) break and thevi
were pressing," Guevara said.
"That's all I know."
Guevara just hope's she and the
Wolverines won't be crying tears of
fear after watching more tape.

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