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The Michigan Daily - Friday, March 20, 1998 -13
'Brady to start at B, for now

PRACTICE
Continued from Page 11
The spring is an ongoing competitive
situation."
With the first game more than five
months away, Brady's job is far from set
'n stone as Carr has just reached the
Snt where he can evaluate Kapsner on
a level playing field with Brady and
Dreisbach.
"Jason Kapsner has improved," Carr
said. "But he needs to show he can lead
a team. For a quarterback, that means

getting your team into the end zone."
Kapsner, who redshirted two years
ago when Griese and Dreisbach split
time and rarely played last season, is
finally at the point where he knows the
offense and is able to "react," Carr said.
"He doesn't have to do as much think-
ing as a guy who just walks in," he said.
Unfortunately for him, that guy who
is about to walk in - Brighton senior
Drew Henson -- is one of the nation's
top quarterback recruits. Carr refused to
stamp out the possibility that Henson
could win the job, but remained cau-

tious about naming anyone other than
Brady.
"You have to be willing to change as
the situation dictates," he said. "I'm not
ruling out anything."
Michigan coaches are restricted to
just 15 practices with their team over the
next few weeks. One of those is the
spring game, which will take place at
Michigan Stadium on April 18 at 1 p.m.
"It's just one day," Carr said. "It's the
most fun day for the players. But it's just
one of 15 in terms of what we're trying
to accomplish.'

SWIMMING
Continued from Page 11
"She swam a great race," Richardson said. "She was so
close, only half a stroke away."
In addition to Eberwein, Michigan also placed its 200
medley relay team on the podium with a second place fin-
ish. The time of 1:30.35 was a team record.
Eberwein swam the 50 backstoke, senior Talor Bendel
the 50 breaststroke, Jennifer Crisman in the butterfly, and
Shannon Shakespeare in the 50 free.
"We're really excited," Bendel said. "It was a great swim
for us cause it broke the pool record and was our fastest
time ever. It's just the best."
For the Cardinal, Fox won the 50 free and led off the 400
medley relay. Ordinarily, most swimmers are content with
winning first place in an event, but Fox isn't an ordinary
champion.
"I wanted to go faster," Fox said. "But then I always want
to go faster. However, I really can't complain about first
place.
"What can I say? I like to win."
While Richardson said he. was pleased with Michigan's
results todaty, he said he believes his team can swim faster.
"Shannon (Shakespeare) is a little under the weather,"
Richardson said. "We just have to have her healthy again,
and we could really swim fast."
In today's events, the Wolverines will showcase their
200-medley team, which is bringing in the third best time in
the nation.

RESTLING
Continued from Page 11
Palmisano of Rider before narrow-
ly decisioning Ben Perkins of Iowa
State, 5-4.
Despite the victories, Michigan
coach Dale Bahr was not completely
satisfied with his team's wrestling.
"Both Lacure and Catrabone just
shut down at the end of their match-
es," Bahr said. "They got an early
lead and sat on it, and you can't do
that at this level.
"They know that. If they wrestle
like that in the tomorrow they're not
going to win.
Lacure will face the fifth seed,
est Virginia's Mike Mason, while
Catrabone squares off against fourth-
seeded Casey Strand of Arizona
State.
"Both are tough matches so they
better get in gear because they are
going to be challenged," Bahr said.
At heavyweight, second-seeded
Richardson recieved a win by default
over Rider's Marc DeFrancesco, five
mutes into his match. He went on to
efeat Ricker Krieger of Lock Haven,
10-2, to advance. Richardson will
wrestle Illinois' seventh-seed Karl
Roesler later today.
Warren will try to defeat Purdue's
126-pound wrestler Josh Hutchens.

The eighth-seeded Warren must win
to remain in the tournament.
"I'm very pleased with the way Joe
is wrestling," Bahr said. "They key
for him now is to stay in the tourna-
ment. He has to continue to win to
gain All-America status."
In order to be named an All-
American, a wrestler must place in
the top eight of his weight class.
The tournament continues through
tomorrow.
Read SportsMonday for full
Michigan wrestling NCAA coverage.

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