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12 - The Michigan Daily Summer Weekly - Wednesday, May 6, 1992

ROBERTS
Continued from page 11
grade point average of all Maine athletic teams
last year.
Roberts will coach the USA junior national
team in competition in Mexico this July.
Roberts said one of her goals at Michigan will
be keeping talent away from her alma mater, the
perennially powerful Lady Vols.
"Being a Tennessee alum, it's going to be a
challenge," Roberts told reporters Thursday.
"Some of the state's best players have gone to

Tennesseein recent years. It's important for me
and my staff to sell Michigan."
"Shecertainlyhasthecredentials tocoach us,"
said Michigan forward Nikki Beaudry, who is
entering her senior season. "What's great is that
she likes the up-tempo game and the full-court
press. I'm excited about that.
"I don't think it's going to take (Roberts) a
long time to make an impact," Beaudry added.
"We already have the talent in the program, and
we definitely have the potential to finish a lot
higher in the Big Ten (then last year's ninth-place
finish)."

Roberts

TENNIS
Continued from page 11
"By then we were very tight and
nervous,"Eisner said. "Welost to hio
State, and it just made it extremely
difficult for everybody emotionally."
Sunday morning's5-Oloss to Michi-
gan State was the coup de grace of the
weekend for the Wolverines. Kass
missed the No.I singles match due to a
recurring tendinitis problem, but his
ROUNDUP
Continued from page 11
verines into seventh place in the Big
Ten.
Michigan won the opener, 4-0, be-
hind a shutout performance by Eric
Heintschel. The Buckeyes held the
Wolverinestojust four runs in theensu-
ing three games taking them by 8-1,3-
1 and 9-2 scores respectively.
SOFrBAu. SOCKERS: While the base-
ballteam lostthreegamestoOhioState,
the softball team (16-6, 31-22) took
three-of-four games. The Wolverines
splitthefirstdoubleheader winningthe

presence wouldn't have helped much.
The No. 7 seeded Spartans sealed the
'W' with victories at Nos. 2-6 single4
over the disheartened Wolverines.
"That's just the way things hap-
pened," Eisner said. "It certainly was
sad and disappointing but that's just the
way we were."
However, the season is not over for
Kass. The nation's No. 15 player heads
to Athens,Ga.as an at-largeselection in
the NCAA Championship, May 15-24.
first, 6-0, and losing the nightcap, 4-2.
Michigan came back tosweepthelBuck-
eyes, 6-0 and 7-3, Saturday at Varsity
Diamond.
Monday, the Wolverines fell to
Toledo, 5-0.
SAND TRAPPED: The Michigan
women's golf team finished its season
last weekend at thelBig Ten Champion-
ships in Savoy, Ill. The Wolverines
placed ninth in the tournament.
The men's team competed at the#
Spartan Invitational in East Lansing,
and placed seventh. The Wolverines
host the Wolverine Invitational this
weekend.

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