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The Michigdan idily'- Friday ;Mbje1 1, 1984 - P:44417
DECAR OLIS WARNED ABOUT LETDOWN

Coach fumes as
Special to the Daily Carol Hutchins are traveling with one
DETROIT - Despite coming back to very angry man, coach Bob DeCarolis.
take the second game of yesterday's DeCarolis was extremely upset with his
doubleheader against Detroit, 8-1, team following its 3-1 loss to the Titans
feelings of sorrow should be extended to in yesterday's opening game.
the Michigan women's softball team as HAVING SWEPT two consecutive
it buses to Evanston for its final four twinbills from Big Ten rivals Minnesota
games of the season this weekend and Michigan State to boost the
againat Northwestern. Wolverines' season record to 29-21, 10-
The 15 olavers and assistant coach 10 in the conference, DeCarolis sensed

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softballers split
his teams' overconfidence and warned
the players that Detroit, playing its last
two games of the season "would come
after them."
The less-talented Titans did just what
DeCarolis predicted. With the game
still scoreless in the bottom of the sixth
inning, Detroit scored three runs on a
walk, double, triple, and an error on a
relay throw that got past third baseman
Alicia Seegert. Michigan tried to rally,
scoring one run in its final turn at bat
but the game ended with Wolverine
runners stranded on second and third.
Vicki Morrow, who had won her three
previous decisions, took the loss as her
record fell to 9-9.
Fortunately for the Wolverines they ,y <
came back to shell the Titans in the -'
second game. Michigan opened the
game with six consecutive singles and a
walk before the next two batters popped
out. With the bases still loaded fresh-.. one hit, two records
man slugger Seegert smashed her ninth
double of the season to clear the bases, the final 3% innings in relief to con
The double and its three RBI set new plete the sweep.
Michigan season records. Seegert now Senior Carol Patrick and Seege
has 30 RBI for the campaign. starred with the bat. Patrick had t
ANOTHER freshman, Mari Foster, triples and a double and Seegert we
pitched a three-hitter while striking out five for eight. -
six for-her seventh victory of the year Michigan concludes its season tod
against only two losses. and tomorrow with doubleheade
Last Tuesday the Wolverines played against the Big Ten's top team at
flawless softball as they swept MSU, 4-0 likely champions Northwestern. TI
and 2-1 (in extra innings). Morrow Wildcats are four full games ahead
received the two triumphs, going the second place Minnesota. Michigan
distance in the first game and pitching now 30-22, and 10-10 in the conference.
SPORTS OF THE DAILY:
Bucks eliminate Nets
with 98-97 victory
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) - Chicago Track Club this Saturday a
Paul Pressey scored three key points in the outdoor track facilities behind th
the final minute-and-a-half as the IM building. Wolverine coach Jac
Milwaukee Bucks defeated the New Harvey is counting on field event sta
Jersey Nets 98-97 last night to clinch the douts Derek Harper (long jump), Sco
best-of-seven National Basketball Eriksson (discus) and Thomas Wilche
Association semifinal series 4-2. (hurdles) to pace Michigan in the du
Junior Bridgeman added 20 points, meet.
Bob Lanier 17 and Sidney Moncrief had Field events begin at 11:00 a.m. Th
15 of his 16 points in the second half as runners strut their stuff .-gnning a
the Bucks advanced to the Eastern Con- 1:00 p.m.
ference finals against the winner of the Women make All-academic
Boston-New York series, which the
Celtics lead 3-2. team
PRESSEY broke a 95-95 tie when he Two iVncmgan women athletes, Mat
sank one of two foul s.shots with 1:22 MacTaggart and Sue Schroeder, ha
left. The reserve guard then buried an been named to the Big Ten A]
18-footer with 41 seconds remaining to Academic at-large team. This tea
make it 98-95. consists of participants in minor spor
Michael Ray Richardson sank a 20- that do not have their own all-academ
footer with 29 seconds to play for New squad. Ohio State was the only oth
Jersey, but the game ended in a scram- school to have two athletes selected.
ble for the ball under the Bucks' basket. MacTaggart had the best record
Oilers 1, Islanders o the conference as the number-oi
singles for the tennis team, qualifyil
UNIONDALE, N.Y. (AP) - Fourth- for next week's NCAA championshi
string center Kevin McClelland scored in Los Angeles. Schroeder,
early in the third period and goaltender sophomore, set five school recor
Grant Fuhr collected his first playoff during the indoor track season in t
shutout last night as the Edmonton 1500- and 3000-meter runs and as
Oilers got the jump on the New York member of three relay teams.
Islanders with a 1-0 victory in the
opening game of the Stanley Cup finals. Anderson signs with O tla
The Oilers' triumph was their first TULSA, Okla. (AP) - The Okahom
against the four-time National Hockey OULA
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of 11 gamea. It also snapped New State running back Ernest Anders
York's nine-game winning streak in the has signed a contract to play for t
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At a news conference yeterday tI
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ping through the 1985 season.

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