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Caporusso calls 'The Joe' home

SOFTBALL
'M' faces tough Ariz.
teams this weekend

By MARK BURNS this place for granted. I learned
Daily Sports Editor that watching the games this
weekend, how much I take this
Louie Caporusso hails from for granted and how privileged
Woodbridge, Ont., but for the and honored I am to be playing
past three-plus years, he's called here."
Michigan and Yost Ice Arena his Caporusso's original diagnosis
second home. was that he would be out of com-
But could an argument be mission anywhere from three-to-
made for a definitive third home six weeks, which meant there was
for Caporusso? a slight possibility that he'd never
In 18-career games, the former wear the Michigan sweater again.
Hobey Baker has tallied 18 points or he could return for Michi-
at this venue. gan's biggest games near the end
Here's another hint: It's about of season.
45 minutes away from Ann Arbor, But the recovery process has
at a place where Steve Yzerman's gone as planned and, barring any
presence still lingers after retir- unforeseen circumstances, he'll
ing in 2007. Some Wolverine fans play in Friday's CCHA semifinal
even call it 'Yost East' because of contest against Western Michi-
the large contingent of maize and gan.
blue that drowns out any oppos- "It's always so exciting to get
ing colors. back on the ice, even though you
Haven't guessed yet? know it's going to be uncomfort-
"Every player has a special able," Caporusso said. "Just to be
place to play, and Joe Louis Arena back out here with the boys, hav-
is that place for me," Caporusso ing a good time, working hard -
said after practice Wednesday. there's nothing better."
This Friday night at Joe Louis, Last Saturday, Caporusso skat-
Caporusso will finally trade in his ed for the first time since going
suit and tie - the dress he's been down in a heap against the Wild-
accustomed to wearing since cats. He put himself through a
suffering a lower-body injury at "warm-up" skate in an attempt to
Northern Michigan on Feb. 25 - slowly get back into skating mode,
for some skates and a block 'M'. handling the puck here and there,
"There was a question mark as not exerting too much energy on
to how many weeks it would be," the ice.
he said Monday. "That was prob- The next day, Caporusso con-
ably the most devastating thing ducted the exact opposite - a
to hear, that I was uncertain if I "cardio type of skate" in order
would play again at Michigan. to see how far he had come in 17
"But I'm so fortunate to be able days. Against the Broncos on Fri-
to play again. You really do take day, it'll be exactly three weeks

CHRIS DZOMBACK/Daily
Senior forward Louie Caporusso has shined at the Joe throughout his career.

since sustaining his injury, and
what better way for Caporusso
to returnto the lineup than in an
environment where he's garnered
so much success.
"You hope for the best," Michi-
gan coach Red Berenson said of
Caporusso's potential impact this
weekend. "I mean, you hope'to
see a player that can make the dif-
ference in a game, or make a great
play, or score a big goal because
that's his history. He's got that in
him."
In his most recent visit to Joe
Louis in late January, he collect-
ed Michigan's lone goal in a 2-1
loss to intrastate rival, Michigan
State.
And during last year's CCHA

Tournament final game against
Northern Michigan - a game
the Wolverines needed to win in
order to advance to the NGAA
Tournament for the 20th straight
season - Caporusso tallied both
Michigan goals in its 2-1 victory
over the Wildcats.
Is there something special
about 'Yost East' that brings out
the best in Caporusso?
One could say that.
"I never thought I'd be playing
there so much," Caporusso said of
the arena.
"To get a chance to play at the
Joe again with 'the Michigan
block 'M' on.my sweater is just
going to be an unbelievable expe-
rience. "

By MATT RUDNITSKY
Daily Sports Writer
The No.,5 Michigan softball
team (25-1) has already gotten
off to the best start in program
history, outscoring its oppo-
nents 191-33.
But it still NOTEBOOK
hasn't faced a
ranked opponent.
When the Wolverines travel
to Fullerton, Calif. to compete
at the Judi Garman Classic this
weekend, they'll finally get the
chance to prove whether they
belong at the top of the polls.
Michigan will face No. 6 Ari-
zona State on Friday and No. 7
Arizona on Saturday, as well as
Notre Dame and Fresno State
- two teams on the cusp of the
top 25 - on Sunday. The other
contest will come on Thursday
against Cal State Fullerton, the
Classic's host.
ARIZONA, WHO? Michi-
gan might be facing two top
opponents in Arizona and Ari-
zona State, but Michigan coach
Carol Hutchins isn't worried
about the tough competition.
"We just need to compete,"
Hutchins said. "It's not about
the other teams. We can't start
defining ourselves by who
we're playing. We haven't done
that yet, and if they start doing

it now, they can expect to have
a hard time. We just need to
play the game and enjoy com-
peting.
Still, she knows that this
weekend will be especially
tough.
"It's going to be good com-
petition, and I would think
(the players) would be excited
about it," Hutchins said.
WHO HAVE THEY BEATEN?
No. 6 Arizona State and No.
7 Arizona have each start-
ed their seasons with some
impressive wins.
The Sun Devils (24-1) are
currently riding a 20-game
winning streak and though
their competition has been
mostly pedestrian, they do
own a 4-3 win over No. 9 Okla-
homa.
They've been an offensive
juggernaut this season, scor-
ing 59 runs in five games last
weekend and reaching double-
digit runs in 14 of their last 18
games.
The Wildcats (21-4) lost two
of three games to No. 18 Bay-
lor last weekend, but No. 14
Nebraska, No. 22 Texas A&M
and No. 25 LSU.
If Michigan can survive of
this weekend unscathed, its
already-lofty ranking will con-
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