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May 19, 1989 - Image 12

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The Michigan Daily-Friday, May 19,1989-Page 12

Netters lose in finals

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BY MIKE HEAD
The rivalry continues between the men's tennis
teams of Michigan and Minnesota. This past
weekend, the Golden Gophers defeated the Wolver-
ines, 5-2, in the finals of the Big Ten Champ-
ionships, claiming their fourth title since 1967.
Michigan has won the other 19 titles in that span.
The Wolverines (15-10 overall, 11-1 conference)
defeated Illinois, 5-2, and up-and-coming North-
westem, 5-3, setting up the championship match.
In the finals, the Wolverines' lack of depth, most
notably the loss of senior captain Dan Goldberg to a
shoulder injury, prevented them from winning their
third consecutive title.
Once again, sophomore Malivai Washington led
the team, sweeping all three of his matches without
losing a set. First-year player David Kass also won
his three matches in straight sets.
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Wolverines did not come back to Ann Arbor empty-
handed. In recognition of several outstanding indi-
vidual performances, the coaches of the Big Ten
bestowed three of the top honors to Michigan players.
Goldberg, named to the all-Big Ten team in each
of his four years, received the Sportsman-of-the-Year
award for his playing spirit.
Kass was named all-Big Ten, joining Washington
and Goldberg in the select group of first-year players
to receive this honor.
Washington, currently the number one ranked
collegiate player, capped off an incredible year by
earning Big Ten Player-of-the-Year honors.
For the third year in a row, head coach Brian
Eisner was honored by his colleagues as Coach of the
Year. He coached an inexperienced and injury-plagued
squad to a perfect regular season conference record and
to a second-olace finish in the championships.

Durham and Matt Morse opened
the third inning with singles, and,
a seb al one out later, Flannelly smashed a
Continued from Page u towering drive to right field, making
it 5-0 and breaking the game open.
sparking the Wolverine attack. In the "We're starting to move the ball
second inning, red-headed and red-hot and show the long ball a little,"
third baseman Tim Flannelly (3-for- Middaugh said.
4, four RBIs) led off with a single. "We're trying to have discipline,"
Designated hitter Dan Ruff then Durham said. "We're trying not to
proceeded to smash a one-hopper off push too hard. We knew we had to
the back of Ohio State starter Tim pick it up."
Smith. Smith stayed in the game, In the early game yesterday,
but was obviously shaken. First Illinois defeated Iowa in a ten-inning
baseman Greg Haeger lined the next affair, setting up tomorrow's
pitch just inside the right field foul matchups of Michigan vs. Illinois
pole, breaking a scoreless tie. and Iowa vs. Ohio State.
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Continued from Page 1
The Wolverines led that game 2-1
. going into the seventh inning, but
allowed a run in the bottom half,
sending the game to extra innings
tied at 2-2.
Then, in the top of the eleventh,
Michigan got a two out single,
from rookie Bridget Fitzpatrick, to
score Bonnie Tholl.
Allard held the Gophers in the
bottom half as Michigan won the
marathon game.

Allard continued in tne tniro
game, pitching a four-hit shutout, as
the Wolverines continued the sweep
and won 5-0.
The Wolverines led early an they
scored two inns in the first inning.
However, Allard just couldn't do
any more as she allowed fourruns in
two-thirds of an inning and was
removed for sophomore Andrea
Nelson.
Nelson held Minnesota but the
Wolverines could onlt get one more
run and lost 4-3, finishing second in
the Big Ten.

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