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BY MIKE GREIFENBERG inning to score the decisive runs. relief faltered again. Mike Grimes
The Michigan women's softball It wasn't as if Michigan had no yielded a three-run shot to Masteller
ceam's slim first-place lead in the chances. With one out in the sixth, that tied the game, 4-4 in the fifth.
Big Ten became slimmer Wednesday the Wolverines loaded the bases. All It stayed that way into extra in-
a result of another doubleheader three runners were stranded as Payne nings, until catcher, Mike Gillette,
plit. Michigan shut down fourth- flied out and Venturi struck out. put Michigan on top in the eighth
laceMiciga Stte -0 n te frst "We're splitters," said head coach with a two-mun homer off loser Brad
place Michigan State 2-0 in the first Carol Hutchins, frustrated due to the Lamont.
game and then handed the Spartans a Wolverines' split of their last 14 The Spartans closed to within one
3-1 victory byh ommitting seven games. "We can't get a clutch hit if in the bottom of the inning and had
ors in the nightcap. our lives depended on it. Until we do a man on third, but Grimes (6-0)
The solid defense, absent in game that, we won't win two." struck out the final three to presrye
two, helped senior pitcher Michelle Minnesota, one-half game behind the vitry.
Bolster record her second career no- th-e victory.
itter. The Spartans only managed Michigan, will be in town for Against Wisconsin, it w a s
hite. h Saran nl mnae doubleheaders this Friday (3 p.m.) Michigan's other catcher, Darrin
rour baserunners in the game, on and Saturday (1 p.m.). Campbell, who was the star.
three walks and one hit-batter.
The Wolverines manufactured Campbell had a two-run double in
both of their runs in the bottom of Blue rem ains the first inning of the weekend series
the fourth inning. first in Big Ten opener and Michigan never looked
With junior Nan Payne on second back, behind Jim Abbott's complete
se after an error and a sacrifice, game.
Sara Dyksterhouse singled, scoring The Michigan baseball team was
Payne with the game's first run. brought down to Earth this past In Sunday's first game, Campbell
After advancing to second on the week, splitting three doubleheaders hit a dramatic three-run homer in the
throw home, Dyksterhouse stole against Big Ten opponents, bottom of the eighth for an 8-5
third, enabling her to score easily on Wisconsin and Michigan State. Wolverine victory. Campbell had
MaryAnn Daviera's bloop single. Wednesday, in East Lansing, the eight RBIs for the series.
The Spartans only serious threat Wolverines had two thrillers with Wisconsin captured both night-
against Bolster was in the seventh, arch-rival Michigan State, dropping caps - 8-2 on Saturday, 7-4 in the
when they loaded the bases with one the first game, 6-4, before capturing series finale. Rightfielder J i m
ut. Bolster then bore down, getting the nightcap, 6-5. Cepicky had homers in both wins,
e next batter to ground into a force Michigan ace, Mike Ignasiak, three for the series
play at the plate and getting the final was the loser in the opener. Dan
batter to pop up, thereby securing Masteller launched a two-run homer Even with the three losses,
her no-hit shutout. off Ignasiak in the bottom of the Michigan (16-4, 38-10) has a four-
The second game was a seventh inning to win the game. game lead in the conference with
completely different story, however, "He (Ignasiak) wasn't throwing as eight games left before the Big Ten
as Michigan State used three hard as he can," said Masteller. playoffs.
Michigan errors in the seventh In the second game, Michigan's -MICHAEL SALINSKY

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