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The Michigan Daily-Thursday, May 21, 1981-Page 15

NCAA baseball regions finalized

MISSION, Kan. (UPI)-Michigan will face New
Orleans in the opening game of the Mideast Regional
of the NCAA Division I baseball championship to be
played at Fisher Stadium on Friday at 1:00. At 4;00,
Eastern Michigan will square-off against Nevada-
Las Vegas.
Minnesota and Wichita State have been given the
final two at-large berths in the NCAA tournament.
Minnesota will meet Miami (Fla.) in a first-round
game at Coral Gables today and Wichita State visits
Atlantic Regional host Clemson tomorrow.
The only spot remaining in the 34-team field is the
ECAC No. 3 automatic berth which will go to the win-
ner of yesterday's game between Old Dominion and

James Madison. The winner will advance to a first-
round game Against Memphis State in the East
Regional at Columbia, South Carolina.
Complete regional pairings:
MIDEAST at Ann Arbor, Michigan, May 22-
25-Nevada-Las Vegas 36-20 vs. Eastern Michigan 35-
27. New Orleans 47-14 vs. MICHIGAN 37-17.
ATLANTIC at Clemson, S.C., May 22-
25-Mississippi State 42-15 vs. East Tennessee State
40-13. Wichita State 55-13 vs. Clemson 34-22.
WEST at Tempe, Ariz., May 22-25-Gonzaga
(Wash.) 48-19 vs. Arizona State 47-12. Fullerton State
45-16 vs. Fresno State 42-20.
CENTRAL at Austin, Texas, May 22-25-Brigham
Youne 45-22 vs. Texas 55-8-1. Stanford 40-20 vs.

Lamar 53-14.
EAST at Columbia, S.C., May 22-25-Old Dominion
34-19 or James Madison 39-16 vs. Memphis State 46-9-
1. South Carolina 41-13 vs. Temple 27-11-1.
4 MIDWEST at Tulsa, Okla., May 22-25-San Diego
State 51-15 vs. Southern Illinois 29-15. Oral Roberts 43-
8-1 vs. Oklahoma State 46-15.
SOUTH at Coral Gables, Fla., May 21-24-Florida
State 54-21 vs. Florida 37-15. Missouri 43-16 vs. Middle
Tennessee State 33-13. Miami, Fla., 56-8 vs. .Min-
nesota 37-14.
NORTHEAST at New Haven, Conn., May 21-24-St.
John's 31-2 vs. Yale 24-12. Maine 29-11 vs. Central
Michigan 36-11.
EACH WAS also victorious in the first singles of the team
npetition, as he downed UCLA's Marcel Freeman 6-4, 7-5.
e other Wolverine victor in the team tournament was Ross
ser at fourth singles. Laser defeated.Davis 7-6, 1-6, 6-4.
Both Leach and Horwitch will also participate today in the
CAA individual championships. Leach, whose singles
cord stands at 23-1, will face Scott Lipton of the University
San Diego. Horwitch, a four-time Big Ten second singles
ampion, will be paired against Tony Richey of the Univer-
y of New Mexico.
Another Michigan netter, freshman.Mark Mees, will be the
urnament's first alternate.
For the senior Horwitch,. the NCAAs will be his final ap-
arance in intercollegiate competition.
Leach, a junior, will be playing for the Wolverines in 1982.
Neither Horwitch nor Leach, who were ranked 12th and
th respectively in the preseason, were seeded in the singles

Special to the Daily
ATHENS, Ga.-Michael Leach and Matt Horwit-
ch-Michigan's number one doubles team-looked sharp
yesterday as they defeated Sean Brawley and Hugo Scott of
i- USC, 6-3, 6-4 in a preliminary match in the opening round of
the NCAA doubles championships.
The Wolverine duo had the momentum during the match,
H totally controlling the ball throughout the contest.
54/35 3 THE PRELIMINARY competition was held in order to
reduce the 37 team field down to 32, the number of teams
needed to playa five round tournament.
Leach and Horwitch will face the North Carolina State tan-
dem of Andy Andrews and Mark Dillon today in the first
a a c G round of the championships.
As a team, Leach and Horwitch were the only Wolverine
doubles combination that was victorious in Michigan's 6-3
loss to UCLA in the NCAA team tennis championships. The
pair defeated the Bruins' John Davis and Blaine Willenborg

Stanley Cup Finals
Best of Seven Tonight's Game
Tuesday, May 12 Minnesota at New York Islanders,
New York Islanders 6, Minnesota 3 8:05 p.m.
Thursday, May 14 Saturday's Game
New York Islanders 6, Minnesota 3 New York Islanders at Minnesota,
Sunday, May 17 9p.m., if necessary
New York Islanders 7, Minnesota 3 Tuesday, May 26
Tuesday's Game Minnesota at New York Islanders,
Minnesota 4, New York Islanders 2, 8:05 p.m., if necessary
New York leads series 3-1


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Is this seat taken?
Minnesota North Star goalie Don Beaupre reaches out a glove hand to catch
teammate Greg Smith on Tuesday. Minnesota won the game 4-2, and now
trails the New York Islanders 3-in thehest ofseven series.

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