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facility coming next year
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University regents approve Spring 2001 projects What they've said over the years
By Joe Smith which currently holds 6,343.
DAiy SpNtsWriter "Funding will be provided by the Athletic 1986: "/ guarantee we
Department to be repaid through ticket sales over a will beat Ohio State and
The University Board of Regents approved two four-year period," Martin said. be in Pasadena."
major additions to the athletic campus yesterday - Those who commit to make monetary contribu-M- Michigan's Jim Harbaugh
a S1.4 million, 300-seat expansion ofYost Ice Arena tions to the hockey program will get the opportuni- Final Score: 'M' 26, Ohio State 24
and the $3.2 million construction of a new women's ty to purchase tickets in the balcony. The money will R
gymnastics facility to be located adjacent to the fund the project and future hockey scholarships. 1994: "1 want to get
Varsity Tennis Center Both projects are planned so Berenson said the new balcony also may open up Coach Cooper fired."
begin this spring. more seats in the lower bowl for students, which will - Michigan's Walter Smith
After the previous renovation to Yost in 1996, make the atmosphere at Yost better. Final Score: Ohio State 22, 'M'6
where the press box was extended to hold 85 mem- "It will make the building more intimate and add 1995: "Michigan is nothing"
bees, the result was the loss of nearly 900 seats. to noise level and closeness to players,' Berensoss1995:n-Mhi ot e n n
Since then, Michigan coach Red Berenson and said. "It will add a little pizazz to the whole arena." - Ohio States Terry Glenn 3
retjred Senior Director of Athletics Keith Molin Although the design of the featured seats are not Final Score:'M'31, Ohio State 23
hive worked tirelessly to add more seating to the finalized yet, Molin said he expects that they will
bplding. include backs, instead of regular bleachers, and
It's a win-win situation for the rink, the building more comfortable padding.r defese ar FILE PHOTO clicking, we should
as the fans," Berenson said. Michigan Athletic The short construction will commence on April John Cooper is 2-8-1 as head win by two or three touch- rim PHata
Ilirector Bill Martin said that the addition of a new 23 and will be completed by the beginning of the coach against Michigan. downs." Lloyd Carr is 4-1 against Ohio State since tak-
upper balcony in the east side of the arena, above the next hockey season on Oct. 2, 2001. - Ohio State's David Boston ing over as head coach of Michigan.
soudent section, will add 300 more seats to the arena, See PROJECTS, Page 11 Preview, Page 12. Final Score:'M' 20, Ohio State 14
CREATION AND EXPANSION Traffic concerns behind, Oakland hosts cagers
Regents approved major
etions to Yost Ice .'By Dan Williams . "I think I know all the shortcuts," Kampe said, but missed an automatic bid because of an agree.
mand construction of ~DAiySporstriter "I'm probably the only coach in history that heard ment with the MCC not allowing Oakland to par.
ithe pregame show of his own game on the radio" ticipae in the conference postseason tounament
ROCHESTER - A student is likely to expei- Kampe asked Michigan coach Brian Ellerbe to until 2002.
eW gymnastics ence recursing dreams about arriving tardy - if delay the starting time, but Ellerbe declined. Furthermore, Oakland gets its star, Dan
piactice facijity not naked - to a first class. When a basketball "It's water under the bridge," Kampe said. "I'm Champagne, back after he missed all but six
coach wakes up abruptly in a hot sweat, dark not sure what I would have done in (Ellerbe's) sit- games last year to injuy. Champagne scored 26
jAdjacent to Varsity .visions of a late arrival to a season-opening game uation either" points against Michigan a year ago.
er nis Center are probably the culprit. Without time to warm up or get acquainted to "Dan causes people matchup problems
* Cost: $3.2 million Oakland's engaging coach, Greg Kampe, fell the surroundings, Oakland opened the game dis- because he's extremely mobile in the post,"
' Replaces: Sports victin to his worst nightmare last season against jointed, and Michigan jumped out to a 40-10 lead. Kampe said. 'And he can shoot with eitherlhand."
Celseum Michigan, when the team bus arrived at Cisler The Golden Grizzlies adapted too late in the see- Without the prospect of an automatic NCAA
oStart date: Ap pri ng 2ird Aressa just hninuses prior so tipoff. on d half and fell 82-62. tourtntent bid, sthe Golden Grizlies face a vir-
002peto date: Spring T ~~ "Thato was ste single msost enmbarntssing When she two teams renew acquaintances teal must-win situation soday if they want to get
002 -moment of my coaching careert" Kampe said. tonight in Rochester in this season's opener, an at-large bid. Kampe estimates that Oakland
Yost ice Arena expansion As a long-time fan and frequenter of Michigan Michigan will be facing a much more confident; can afford just three losses all season, and they
4 Cost: $1.4 million football games, Kampe figured the Golden veteran lineup. must beat some big-conference teams like
a 300 new seats Grizzlies could comfortably make it to Ann "We've got the second-longest winning streak Michigan along the way.
I Start date: April 2001 Arbor by leavingOakland at 4:30 p.m. But with in the nation to Michigan State," Kampe said, The Oakland campus appears to be anticipat-
. Completion date: Oct. A computer projection of what Yost ice two car accidents in addition to pre-Ohio State "The kids feel good about themselves." ing a worthy matchup - the Oakland Athletics
?001 Arena's luxury seat expansion will look like. game rush-hour traffic, the bus didn't pull into Oakland won the Mid-Continent Conference Center 'O'rena is sold out, and students camped
ScouresyMichgan Regents Crisler until 7:17 for a 7:30 start. regular-season title with an 1-5 record last year, out overnight for tickets.
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