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The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, May 8, 1984 -, Page 19
Revenge: Gophers swept
By DOUGLAS B. LEVY bunt by leftfielder Thomas. Morrow
ake that Gophers, said thee tt retired six of the final seven batters
ignIoens otblltamastey S SP tc e with ease to complete the sweep.
gan women's softball team as they "They're the best coached team in
last Sunday's doubleheader from the conference," said Michigan skipper
ng Minnesota at the Varsity Sof-' h e " ia pe
Diamond. Saturday it had been the o r o w s a r o r easilywon both gamnes, could have
ers taking a pair from the
erines, but Michigan took the final Michigan is now 27-21, 8-10 in the con-
games, 3-2 and 2-1 to all but Allen, helped her cause with a deep second game led by freshman Vicki ference and plays host to Michigan
nate any Gopher hopes of winning triple to left-center, scoring two runs. Morrow (7-8), who pitched a four-hitter State in a doubleheader today at 1:00
STen title . Following a Gonher pitching change, . and had five strike outs. "I wasn't p.m. Minnesota fell to 26-17 and 12-6.

Minnesota seemed poised for another,
sweep when it scored a run on a double
and bloop single with two out in the top
of the first inning Sunday. But winning
pitcher, Linda Allen (7-9) got out of the
inning on a pop out to short.
THE WOLVERINES succeeded in
getting the lead-off batter aboard in
each of the first three innings but were
not successful in pushing across any
runs. Meanwhile Minnesota loaded the
bases on Allen in the third but left all
three runners stranded.
Michigan finally struck in the bottom
of the fourth, when with two outs, senior
centerfielder Carol Patrick walked,
catcher Leslie Bean singled and pitcher

shortstop Lisa Panetta singled in Allen
with what proved to be the winning run.
The Gophers roared back in the fifth
when third baseman Danne Leininger
homered and they loaded the bases with
only one out. But relief pitcher Mari
Foster was able to escape the inning
thanks to a great throw to home plate
by leftfielder Missy Thomas to nail a
runner.
MINNESOTA threatened again in the
sixth but left two more runners stran-
ded. The Gophers went quietly in the
seventh, having wasted nine baserun-
ners for the contest.
Charged up by the victory, Michigan
played near flawless softball in the

really putting my pitches in the right
places, but I guess I pitched pretty
well," said Morrow of her performan-
ce.
Michigan scored first in the bottom of
the second when Panetta came through
with another RBI single after runners
had advanced to second and third with
two outs. But the Gophers tied the game
in the fifth with two singles and a
sacrifice bunt which amounted to their
only threat of the contest.
THE WOLVERINES came right back
in the bottom half of the inning on a
walk, sacrifice bunt, force play to
second leaving runners on first and
third and the game winnning sacrifice

Panetta
... gets game-winning hit

Cagers topple Dutch squad

Soto pitches hot Reds
past New York, 11-2

From staff reports
After experiencing one game of
basketball using international rules and
foreign courts, the Michigan team got
their act together and defeated the Dut-
ch National Team, 74-68, Sunday night
in Rotterdam.
The Wolverines lost to the same
squad Saturday night in the opening
contest of their seven-game European
swing.
THE SPECTATORS in the
Netherlands got a sneak preview of
what Michigan is going to look like next
season since guard Eric Turner cannot
play with the team now that he has
declared himself eligible for the NBA
draft and Tim McCormick stayed home
to go to the Olympic tryouts.

So instead it was Richard Rellford
who took over top scoring honors with
21 points, including 8-of-11 from the
field. Antoine Joubert poured in 14 and
Rob Henderson added 11 points along
with 10 rebounds.
The Wolverines got off to a slow start
and trailed by seven at halftime, but a
12-point run midway through the second
half brought them from six down to six
ahead with six minutes remaining.
Netherlands quickly tied the score
again, but Rellford hit two straight
buckets to put Michigan on top to stay
66-62.
The win evens the Wolverines' record
on their European trip at 1-1. They
played the Dutch team for a third time
last night in Alban.

NEW YORK (AP) - Mario. Soto
won his third straight game, and Duane
Walker and Wayne Krenchicki hit con-
secutive eighth-inning homers as the
Cincinnati Reds routed New York 11-2
last night, handing the Mets their third
straight loss.
Soto, 4-1, allowed five hits in seven
innings, struck out five and walked two
adding a single and a double as the
Reds outhit New York 16-8. Tom Foley
had two RBI and three singles, and Dan
Driessen added two doubles, a single
and knocked in a run.
Tim Leary, 1-3, only lasted 2% in-
nings, allowing four runs on six hits,
while walking five.
Leading 7-1 already, the Reds turned
the game into a laugher when Driessen
singled with one out in the eighth and
Walker and Krenchicki followed with
successive homers off Craig Swan.
Walker has four homers and it was the
first for Krenchicki.
Cubs 10, Giants 7
CHICAGO (AP) - Leon Durham's
three-run homer, his fourth in four
games, keyed a seven-run second-
inning yesterday and led the Chicago

Cubs to a 10-7 victory over San Fran-
cisco, snapping the Giants' four-game
winning streak.
Winning pitcher Chuck Rainey, 2-3,
had a one-hit shutout going until the
seventh inning when the Giants kayoed
him with a five-run rally.
The Cubs rapped loser Mark Davis, 0-
4, for two runs in the first inning.
Durham singled home the first run and
Ron Cey drove in the second with a
sacrifice fly.
Catcher Steve Lake, making a rare
start, opened the big second with his
first homer and closed the inning with a
run-scoring double.
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Name, Pos.
BarryLar
Casey Close,
Jeff Minick,
KenHaywar
Mike Watter
Rich Bair,e
Dan, Disher,
C.J.Beshke
MattSiuda,
Chuck Froni
Rob Huffma
Hal Morris,
Danny Tere
Kurt Zimme
Chris Gust,
MICHIGAN
Opponents .

''baseball statisties
Hitting
G AB H R SB BB 2B-3B-HR RB
inSS. 29 9 33 27 8 i7 6-2-2 16
OF-P ....... 44 i24 44 34 4 17 8-2-6 3i
OF .... . . 41 98 33 20 4 13 8-1-2 38
rd,IB-P............ 46 123 39 35 4 35 7-1-6 41
rs,SS-CF........... 46 127 39 39 11 32 8-5-1 18
C...................45 118 33 18 4 21 4-0-3 25
OF-P ............. 33 38 10 10 2 3 1-3-2 8
2B................ 33 65 16 17 2 18 2-2-0 8
3B................. 45 Ill 26 14 3 7 3-0-1 16
ing, OF-IF ......... 37 69 16 4 0 4 4-1-2 9
n,OF.............. 37 53 12 17 1 4 4-0-0 8
1B................. 30 31 7 3 0 1 2-0-0 2
sa,2B.............. 20 40 9 12 2 8 4-0-0 3
erman,OF ......... 38 46 10 19 3 19 0-2-2 8
OF ................ 24 29 5 6 1 5 1-0-0 2
................... 46 1208 345 286 53 212 67-19-27 24:
.................... 46 1243 319 229 45 216 61-13-27 21

BI
6
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8
1
8
:5
3
3
6
3
1
3
12
11

AVG
.5
.337
.317
.307
.280
.263
.246
.234
.231
.226
.226
.225
.217
.172
.286
.257
ERA
1.83
2.38
2.84
3.66
4.14
4.52
5.58
6.00
7.20
7.29
10.91
14.59
23.68
5.36
7.0

Pitching
Name G CG Sav W-L
JohnGrettenberger.................... 7 1 0 2-0
Ken Hayward ........................ 17 0 4 6-2
Scott Kamieniecki .....................9 4 0 4-2
Jerry Wolf..... . . ..5 0 0 2-0
Chuck Froning ........................ 2 0 0 1-0
Gary Wayne.. . . ..12 5 2 5-2
Dave Karasinski........... .11 0 0 3-2
Bill Shuta.. . . ..12 1 0 5-0
Jon Wood . . . ........4 0 0 0-0
Casey Close.. . . ..13 1 0 4-5
Kevin Gilles-. . . ..3 0 0 0-0
Paul Kasper....2...................... 2 0 0 0-0
Dan Disher ............................ 7 0 0 0-1
sin HIGAN... . ..46 12 6 32-14
Opponents ............................ 46 16 4 14-32

lP H
19.7 15
30.3 25
44.3 35
12.3 12
8.7 6
55.7 52
40.3 41
42.0 47
5.0 8
45.7 54
3.3 7
3.7 6
5.7 8
319.3 319
311.0 345

BB
9
13
26
9
3
29
32
25
1
33
5
6
18
216
212

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12
23
29
13
3
48
38
25
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27
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2'29
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