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*osen has success
with 2000 recruits
The Michigan volleyball team,
which is coming off it second NCAA
berth ever, landed a top recruiting
class for this season.
Coach Mark Rosen's first recruit-
ing class includes outside hitter
Chantal Reedus, middle blocker Erin
-Ooore and setter Lisa Gamalski. All
three are from out of state.
Reedus was a two-time All-
American and three-time all-state
selection. Moore was a top player in
the state of Ohio in both volleyball
and basketball, earning all-state hon-
ors in both.
Gamalski is praised as being an
outstanding athlete who played as an
outside hitter: throughout high
school.

Griffey traded to Cincinnati

CINCINNATI (AP) --- Junior has
come home.
Following three months of often dead-
locked trade talks, the Cincinnati Reds
reunited Ken Griffey Jr. with his father
and his hometown Thursday by sending
four players to the Seattle Mariners.
The final piece of the deal came when
Griffey agreed to a nine-year contract
worth S116.5 million, the richest pack-
age in baseball history. The pact covers
from 2000-09, and the Reds even have
an option for a,.10th season.
While Griffey boarded a plane to fly
to Cincinnati for a news conference,
euphoric fans honked horns on the
streets, put up "Welcome Home" signs
in their yards and reveled in the team's
most celebrated trade since Pete Rose
returned as player-manager in 1984.
"His name comes up like Pete Rose's
name as far as Cincinnati," said coach
Ron Oester, a native who played for the
Reds. "That's the magnitude he's at for
Cincinnati fans."
Cincinnati is the only place the 10-
time All-Star center fielder wanted to
play. And when spring training begins
later this month, his trademark backward
hat will have a "C" on it.
Pitcher Brett Tomko and outfielder
Mike Cameron were sent to Seattle for

GOPHERS
Continued from Page 10
Grant realizes that, above all else,
avoiding a major decision loss is
vital.
"It's going to be a tough match,"
Grant said. "I'm going out there to
win, but if what's supposed to happen
happens, I just have to hold on for the
team and not give up any extra
points."
The night's featured match will be
the 184-pound bout, between No. 6
Andy Hrovat and No. 3 Brandon
Eggum.
"If I win I'll probably be the No. I
seed going into Big Tens," Hrovat
said. "That's been on my mind a lot
lately. This match is huge."
Eggum bested Hrovat in a dual
meet in Minneapolis last season in a
8-3 decision. Hrovat has steadily
climbed in the rankings in his sopho-
more year while going undefeated in
dual meets.
"I want to change the way I look at
him when I wrestle him," Hrovat said.
"Last year he was No. I when I wres-
tled him and I was kind of scared. I

went into the match thinking he was
something awesome. Hie's above aver-
age, but he's just another wrestler."
The best news for Michigan is that
senior Joe Warren will finally return
to the mat Friday, after being. out
since December with a knee injury.
Besides being the team's leader,
Warren returns as the highest-ranked
wrestler for Michigan at No. 4 in'be
133-pound weight class.
"I've been working hard and my
conditioning and work ethic are
there," Warren said. "I know its the
end of my senior year and I'm ready
to go."
On Saturday, Michigan faces
Indiana, a team the Wolverines beat
18-16 at the Virginia Duals in early
January. The first meeting occured
before Michigan's top wrestler, Otto
Olson, went down for the season with
a knee injury.
Building momentum leading into
the post-season is the team's main
objective. Even if Michigan can't
steal a victory from Minnesota,
defeating Indiana is crucial because a
two-loss weekend would be mentally
devestating.

AP PHO
Cincinnati's newest Ken Griffey hopes to recapture the glory days that the Reds
enjoyed, while his father roamed the outfield for the Big Red Machine.

Kickoff Classic
selects matchup
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J.
(AP) - Penn State will face
Southern Cal. on Aug. 27 in the
Sickoff Classic at Giants Stadium,
e first rematch in the 18-year his-
tory of the event.
The announcement comes after
Michigan, the top choice of Kickoff
Classic officials, decided against
playing in the game.
It was believed that Michigan
did not want to play Virginia Tech,
which lost in the national title game.
Penn State will be appearing in
the Kickoff Classic for the fourth
me It is the third Kickoff Classic
'or Southern Cal., which topped
Syracuse, 34-16, in 1990.
Barkley reinstated
by NCAA
AMA ICA, NY (AP) -- St, John's
star point guard Erick Barkley today
was reinstated by the NCAA and will
' in uniform for Saturday's Big East
Conference game against Villanova.
On Tuesday, the NCAA suspended
Barkley for three games, citing an
infraction concerning the governing
body's general regulations.
St. John's filed an appeal and
today the NCAA Division I subcom-
mittee on student-athlete reinstate-
ment reduced the suspension to the
two games Barkley already had
issed.

Griffey, along with a pair of minor lea-
guers: infielder Antonio Perez and right-
hander Jake Meyer.
The Mariners had little hope of keep-
ing Griffey after this season. He was eli-
gible for free agency, and said he wanted
to be closer to his home in Florida.
He eventually limited his list of eligi-
ble teams to one - Cincinnati, where he
grew playing in the clubhouse during the

days when his father, Ken Sr., was part of
the Big Red Machine. Ken Sr. is now the
Reds' bench coach and may eventually
succeed Jack McKeon as manager.
Assured that Griffey would accept less
to play in his hometown, the Reds went.
ahead and completed the five-player
trade on Wednesday night, then asked the
commissioner's office for a 72-hour win-
dow to negotiate a long-term deal.

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