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May 11, 1994 - Image 12

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Michigan Daily Summer Weekly, 1994-05-11

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'M' hitters split with Gophers
By Scott Burton And Michigan's chances forquali- ana, one game back of Iowa for thir(
DAILY BASEBALL WRITER fying for the Big Ten playoffs as one "Today's second game was a bi
Let's play a little game of hot and of the conference's top four teams are big win for us," Michigan coach
cold with the Michigan baseball team warm. After dropping two of the first Freehan said. "In the final eight game
(11-13 Big Ten, 22-25 overall) after three contests this weekend, the Wol- if we win six we are in for sun
its weekend series split, 2-5, 2-1, 0-1, verines won the crucial fourth game Anything less than that, a lot of othi
2-0, with Minnesota (18-6, 35-16). to earn a fourth-place tie with Indi- things have to fall in place."

First baseman Chad Chapman and the Michigan baseball team split their fot
game set with second-place Minnesota, leaving the Wolverines tied for fourth

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The pitching is hot. Aside from
Ron Hollis' opening game shelling,
the starters kept the potent Golden
Gophers' offense at bay, allowing only
24 hits in four games.
Heath Murray (5-5) capped the
standout pitching, tossing a five-hit
shutout to win the fourth game, with
Hollis (5-6) avenging his first-game
loss with a relief victory in game two.
ur The offense is cold. The Wolver-
. ines' hitters managed but 16 hits, in-
cluding being one-hit by Minnesota
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Softball shoots for Big Ten title, NCAA berti
By Melanie Schuman the coaches poll.
DAILY SOFTBALL WRITER After three losses to Iowa, Mich
From the look of its most recent gan has come back to life and run i
success, the Michigan softball team longeststreak this season-seven
appears to have the NCAA tourna- Michigan State was the spoiler, de
ment in its sights, having won seven ing the Wolverines in the second gani
of its last eight games. The Wolverine of yesterday's doubleheader, 2-0.
run toward both a potential third Having swept Western Michiga
straight conference title and a tourney allowing only one Bronco run to cro
bid have dictated this streak, espe- the plate, Michigan traveled to Mi
cially after Michigan (15-7 Big Ten, nesota last weekend and defeated t
31-23 overall) broke into the top25 of Gophers in both twinbills. Kell
Kovach (14-12, 1.31 ERA) and Kell
Holmes(14-11,2.31)bothearnedt
pel3002microscopeisqual- victories, and Kovach is now theO
h the most advanced features Wolverine hitting above .300.
ngineered foryearsoftrouble-
r research, clinical labs, mnli- GOLF
d industry, this state-of-the-art Continued from page 11
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iw va you can't reach a hole, you have 1
formation or orders oll: rely on your short game to get up ar
0 -PI ECES down, and sometimes we did, som
-'-no times we didn't."
tim"Sophomore Shannon McDond
the team's top golfer throughout tI
V in i T Jh jflg 1 season, tied for 41st place, one strol
ahead of teammate Jenn
Zimmerman, who wound up in 44tl
Also competing for Michigan wei
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