The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, May 13, 1980-Page 15
Michigan thinclads beat Chicago
By JON MORELAND
The Michigan tracksters claimed victories in 14 of
19 events Saturday, and went on to defeat the Chicag(
Track Club Saturday in their first home meet of the
outdoor season. Cumulative team scores were not
kept during the competition.
The Wolverines came out charging and claimed the
top two places in the 10,000-meter run and all three
spots in the discus throw, then maintained their
dominance throughout the remainder of the meet. Ed
Ostrovich (31:38.1) and Steve Brandt (33:14.5) placed
in the 10,000, while Dave Walmroth, Mike Boehmer,
and Sam Angell swept the discus with tosses of 50.32,
49.64, and 46 meters, respectively.
The tracksters will attempt to continue their string
of impressive performances next weekend when they
host the Ann Arbor Relays. It will be the Wolverines'
final tuneup before the Big Ten Championships, which
will be held in Champaign next weekend.
Women advance to finals
Penny Neer, Melanie Weaver and Debbie Williams
each earned bids to the AIAW national track cham-
pionships as Michigan finished fourth in the MAIAW
Midwest regional meet at Michigan State this past
Williams, who will be making her second con-
secutive appearance in the national finals, claimed
first place in the javelin event and fourth in the discus
throw. Weaver captured the 3,000-meter run in 9:44,
while Neer was first in the discus. Neer also plays on
the Michigan women's basketball team.
WEAVER'S TIME in the 3,000 set a school record,
as did Sue Frederick's clocking of 4:34.2 in the 1,500
Other Michigan performances of note included
Brenda Kazinec's fourth-place showing in both the
100 and 200 meter events, and the third-place finish
pulled off by the two-mile relay team of Dana Loesch,
Lisa Larsen, Dawn Woodruff, and Frederick.
The nationals will be held in Eugene, Oregon, May
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