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Photo finish gives
Blue edge over OSU

'M' wins CPWA title

Michigan speeds
past four teams for
sweep in only home
event of spring
ByMATT SLOVIN
Daily Sports Editor
BELLEVILLE, Mich. - The
Michigan rowing team won the
race by the slimmest of margins,
but the day belonged to technol-
ogy.
With visibility suffering due
to a steady rain falling on Bel-
leville Lake on Saturday, it
became nearly impossibly to
tell from a distance whether
Ohio State's or Michigan's boat
crossed the finish line first in the
fourth varsity-eight race.
The regatta's referee told
bystanders that it was one of the
closest races he had ever seen.
"It's a good thing that we're
videotaping the finish lines," he
said.
Both boats waited with bait-
ed breath while the officials
reviewed the film.
After the brief delay, the Wol-
verines' time of 7:05.20 narrow-
ly edged out that of Ohio State,
7:05.34.
"The race would've been
nightmarish to call (without the
videotape)," the referee added.
Because of the photo finish,
Michigan coach Mark Rothstein
had no idea who had won. It
wasn't until he received a tweet
congratulating his fourth var-
sity-eight crew that he realized
the result.
"That was a great race," Roth-
stein said.
"It's reallynice to come out on
top of that. That crew did a real-
ly great job today. ... That was a
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n't set a trend for the dismay.
der of the day, though. With the Big Ten Champion-
an swept two varsity- ships just under a month away,
aces once again, capping the rowers welcomed the oppor-
essful afternoon against tunity to compete against the
State, Tennessee, Okla- defending champions.
nd the Buckeyes. "We've seen their times and
ead of another stroke- their margins, so we know
oke contest in the second they're a really fast team,"
-eight race, the Wolver- Grimaldi said.
mped out to an early lead She added that even when
ew. Ohio State isn't in the race, the
Michigan boat, led by Wolverines are still picturing
coxswain Kate Grimaldi, scarlet and gray bearing down
3 to a comfortable six- on them.
victory with a time of "They're good from top to
>. bottom," Rothstein said. "I think
we're really looking forward to
racing them at Big Tens. I was
not surprised at all (with Ohio
It's a good State's performance on Satur-
day)."
ng that we're In addition to facing stel-
lar competition, Grimaldi also
eotaping the welcomes the harsh elements.
In fact, she preferred the rainy
nish lines. conditions that Michigan rowed
in Saturday.
"It's not as big of a factor as
you would think," Grimaldi
Grimaldi, it can be diffi- said.
keep her boat motivated "As the rain comes in, it's a
t another one in hot pur- little bit nicer because the wind
ut the rowers still edged tends to die down."
second-place Lady Vols. Though Saturday was full
're focusing on getting of promise for his team with
gest margin at the end of the postseason nearing rapidly,
e," Grimaldi said. "We're Rothstein still knows there's
ying to beat these crews room for improvement.
much as we think Ohio "We clearly need to get faster
ight beat them." in our varsity fours," Rothstein
naldi kept an eye on the said. "I think our novices are
boats throughout the making progress, but they aren't
ut for the final push, it's there yet."
ads on deck - literally. Knocking off a few seconds
es to pinpoint technical on a few boats may make the
vents that can give the difference in Big Tens, but one
ines an edge down the crew already looks invincible.
, not that they needed it Michigan's first varsity-eight
Saturday's race. boat, led by junior coxswain Col-
State gave the Wolver- leen Macke, is undefeated this
e most trnuhealldavhtseason.

By BOB McWILLIAMS
Doily Sports Writer
This was supposed to be the
year the streak ended. This was
the year the No. 13 Michigan
water polo team, CWPA division
champions every year since 2002,
lost its iron
grip on the NOTRE DAME 4
East Coast. MICHIGAN 20
After fin-
ishing third ICHIGAN 10
in the reg-
ular-season HART WICK 6
standings MICHIGAN 7
and finding
themselves down three goals to
favored No. 12 Indiana deep into
the third period of the divisional
semifinal, everyone in Blooming-
ton knew that the streak was all
but over.
Everyone, that is, except soph-
omore attacker Kelsey Nolan,
who spent most of the firsthalf on
the sideline in foul trouble.
"I was just sitting on the bench
getting all riled up," Nolan said.
Nolan, who came into the
weekend's tournament ranked
third on the roster in points, was
unstoppable once she finally got
into the pool, scoring an unheard-
of five goals in 11 minutes for the
Wolverines. Her goals came in
whatever fashion she wished
- she not only powered home a
10-meter snipe and lofted a curl-
ing lob from the corner, she was
also on the finishing end of an
alley-oop that put Michigan (4-2
CWPA, 21-11 overall) ahead for
good. When the game ended,
Michigan was on the winning side
of a 10-7 match.
The Hoosiers were stunned.
Hungry for a fourth-straight vic-
tory over its rival and a spot in the
division-title game, Indiana (5-1,
25-8) had been aggressive from
the start and controlled the game
well into the second half.
When senior Hanna Eimstad
scored to give the Hoosiers a 6-3
lead midway through the third
period, the confident hometown
fans started chanting"We are IU"

Sophomore Audrey Pratt scored a goal early on against Hartwick.

over the popular Zombie Nation
song. With star goalie Cassie
Wyckoff in net and the Wolver-
ine offense looking dysfunctional,
there was little reason for Indiana
to be worried. Michigan coach
Matt Anderson called a timeout
in one last attempt to turn things
around.
"I didn't change our game
plan," Anderson said. "It was a
matter of them understanding
that what they were doing was
embarrassingto the block'M."'
Following the timeout, Michi-
gan scored on four of its next five
possessions totake its first lead of
the game. On the defensive end,
senior goalkeeper Morgan Turn-
er was equally superb in her first
career startagainst Indiana, hold-
ing the Hoosiers scoreless for the
rest of the game except for a late
penalty shot. The comeback never
had an answer, and the Wolver-
ines comfortably played keep-
away for the last few minutes.
The win put Michigan in the
division-title game against No. 19
Hartwick (3-3, 25-11), who upset
top-seeded Maryland, 8-7, earlier

in the day. Against the Eagles, the
Wolverines also had to come back
from a late deficit.
Junior attacker Kiki Gold-
en eventually proved to be too
much for Hartwick to handle,
though, and scored four goals
in Michigan's 7-6 victory. Nolan
had another strong performance,
recording a goal and four assists.
The two connected for the game-
winning goal halfway through
the final period, when Nolan
found Golden in front of the net
for the score.
The tournament victory not
only keeps the division-title
streak alive, but it also secures an
all-important first-round bye at
the conference tournament that
will take place April 28-29. The
Wolverines will go into that tour-
nament with confidence after a
disappointing regular season. The
winnerwillget achance to playin
the national tournament in May.
Nolan was confident about
Michigan's chances.
"We're really high about this
win," she said. "We just have to
keep up the adrenaline."

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