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May 20, 1988 - Image 12

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Page 12- The Michigan Daily - Friday, May 20, 1988
'M' wins Big Ten; NCAA's next
BY ADAM BENSON season dominated by the Wolverines. season's Big Ten Player-of-the Year. berg, Washington, seniors Jon Mor- we are ready to compete again. First,
The sixth-ranked Michigan men's "We didn't lose a match, and that Last year, Goldberg was the NCAA ris and Ed Nagel were all members of we have to get our physical and
tennis team is headed to Athens, is a record that will never be broken," runner-up in men's singles. the Big Ten's all-tournament team. mental energy back, and second we
Georgia this weekend, competing for said Eisner. "We got everything that This season, Goldberg is the na- THE SENIOR experience will have to be able to stay relaxed."
its first national championship since we expected from the team. Every tion's 23rd-ranked player. Eisner feels help Michigan in the tournament. While Eisner is sure about his
1957. match we played better. It was sim- that Goldberg suffered a bit from the Morris has made three trips to the own team, he is wary of first-round
The Wolverines captured their ply a very good performance." early expectations placed on him after NCAA's, and Nagel has made four opponent tenth-ranked Georgia Tech,
third straight Big Ten championship Michigan began the meet with a last season's finish. (two with Michigan, and two with "They've had the talent for a few
last weekend in West Lafayette, Indi- 6-0 win over the tournament's host "(Goldberg) suffered a bit from the Pepperdine). This experience shared years now, and many people have
ana. For Big Ten Coach-of-the-Year team, Purdue. The Wolverines went early pressure, but we worked at it," with the younger players and Eisner's been waiting for them to emerge,"
Brian Eisner, it was his 17th title in onto defeat Wisconsin 5-0, and said Eisner. "Danny is very level- coaching philosophy create a said Eisner. "They are a difficult first-
the last 19 years. Minnesota in the finals, by the same headed, and enjoys what he is doing. competitive, but calm atmosphere round opponent."
Eisner played down his own ac- score. He doesn't take himself too seri- around the team during this pressure- The Yellow Jackets feature two
,tomplishments, and was quick to BESIDES winning the title, ously, and that helps his game." packed week. players ranked in the top 100 nation-
praise his team. Eisner watched his Michigan took home most of the Malivai Washington, at the third "It is important to get that right ally, 11th-ranked Kenny Throne and
squad go undefeated in 16 tournament post-season honors. No. 1 singles singles spot, was named the Big mix," said Eisner. "I find that there 55th-ranked Bryan Shelton. The Yel-
matches, a fitting end to a Big Ten player Dan Goldberg was named the Ten's newcomer of the year. Gold- are two things we need to do before low Jackets also have the edge of be-
ing close to home. Athens is close to
Atlanta, and many Yellow Jackets
fans will travel to see them play
A"We lost to some of the better
teams in the nation earlier in the
year, but we look forward to the
chance to play them again," Eisner
said. "I don't know where we are, but
we've improved over the course of
the season. Now, we'll see if we've
improved enough."
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