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'Legends'
Dy Kevin Raeenfleld
Daily Sports Writer
Set to enter the third tournament of its
young season, the Michigan men's golf
team heads to Franklin, Ind., tomorrow
for the two-day Legends of Indiana.
Faced with a young and inexperienced
*am, Michigan coach Jim Carras plans
to start his third different lineup in as
many tournaments. Sophomore Nicholas
Lossia, making his first collegiate
appearance, will be added to a lineup of
Michael Harris, Andrew Matthews, Scott
.;Hayes and Brian Seipke. Only Harris and
Hayes are returning from last year's
squad.
$nyder, 'N
By RaphaelGoodetein
For the Daily
The Michigan men's cross coun-
try team is showing that there is life
after Kevin Sullivan.
The Wolverines were victorious
in their first-ever appearance at the
Lehigh Paul Short Run Saturday. The
venth-ranked Wolverines tied no.
Michigan State for the title, beat-
ing such traditional eastern powers
as Villanova and Georgetown.
Michigan and Michigan State
both finished with 90 points, and
No. 20 Georgetown finished in third
with 145 points.
The title was significant because
it showed that the team can bounce
back from poor performances and
hold its own against the Big Ten's
r d nation's best, and compete at the
Ten Championships - an event
the Wolverines will host Nov. 1.
"This tournament gives an idea of
what we have to do. We are a better
team nationally because of our expe-
rience," said senior John Mortimer.
The Wolverines ran without
senior Don McLaughlip.
"Considering the circumstances I
Jought we ran well. We were one
an down so we needed our sixth
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"We're still trying to find out who our
team is,' Carras said. "We just don't
know who's going to surface each week,
but somebody needs to step up"'
The Wolverines have struggled during
their opening two tournaments, includ-
ing a sixth-place finish at last weekend's
Iowa Invitational. Harris, Hayes and
Matthews all tied for 20th at 12-over-par,
nine strokes behind the individual win-
ner.
"As a team, we have yet to play up to
our capabilities," Carras said. "We do
have some talented players, but it's
important we have consistency at the top
of our lineup and get solid production
I'm 8K
man to become our fifth man,"
Mortimer said.
Two Wolverines placed in the top
five and two more finished in the top
20. Senior All-American Todd
Snyder won the event with a time of
22:44.15. Runner-up Stephen
Ondieki, from Mt. St. Mary's, ran a
time of 22:44.42 in the eight kilome-
ter race.
The win was Snyder's first indi-
vidual title. Last year he earned all-
Big Ten second-team honors after an
11th place showing at the Big Ten
Championships.
He also finished fourth at the
NCAA Regional Championships and
21st at the NCAA National
Championships.
Fellow All-American John
Mortimer finished in fourth place
with a time of 23:50:96.
Other Michigan finishers were
Steve Lawrence in 15th place
(24:15.03), Jay Cantin in 19th
(24:19.36), Mark Pilja in 51st
(24:44.09), Mike Wisniewski in
66th (24:53.30) and Chris Bunt in
91st (25:12.49).
The Wolverines return to the east
this Saturday to run in the Murray
Keating Invitational.

from the four and five spots as well."
Coming off a sophomore season in
which he captured two tournament vic-
tories during the fall season alone, Harris
continues to lead the team but has strug-
gled during the first two tournaments.
Harris has yet to post a top-10 finish.
"Mike hasn't gotten off to the same
start but he's obviously the strength of
this team,' Carras said. "The important
thing is that the other guys don't try to
rely solely on Mike. They can't just sit
back and think Mike can do it all on his
own.
"Everybody has to make a contribu-
tion.'
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