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Big Ten
All-Star
team Off to
Japan
U Mitchell and Shellman
make roster cuts
From Staff Reports
For the first time since the Big Ten
Conference sponsored both a men's
and women's summer foreign basket-
ball tour in 1992, both league squads
will tour together, on a 13-day trip to
Japan, June 13-26.
The tour was coordinated by the
Noram Japan Co. Ltd., the Big Ten
Sonference's marketing contractor in
apan. Both 12-member teams depart
Chicago and arrive in Tokyo on June
14 for the seven-game tour.
Michigan swingman Willie
Mitchell was chosen to play on the
squad coached by Ohio State's Randy
Ayers.
Mitchell, a 6-foot-6 sophomore-to-
be from Detroit, appeared in all of the
Wolverines' 31 games this season,
ining the starting lineup in four of
Tem. Be aversged 5.3 points per game
and collected 2.8 rebounds per contest
while averaging 16.3 minutes.
Michigan's Silver Shellman was
named to the women's team headed by
Indiana's Jim Izzard.
Shellrnan, a forward from Monroe,
Ga., joins a team packed with the
nation's top talent.
The junior has started every game
' her two-year career with the Wol-
rines, contributing 8.7 points per
outing. She led Michigan in steals and
assists and was second on the team in
scoring.
Before their competitions, the All-
Star teams will practice at the U.S. Air
Force base in Yokota, June 14-16.
June 16, the All-Stars will face
both men's and women's team repre-
SEE ALL-STARS, PAGE 13
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Wednesday, June 7, 1995 - The Michigan Daily - 15
SOFTBALL NOTEBOOK:
'M' hurlers highlight All-America squad

By Sarah DeMar
Daily Softball Writer
Michigan softball coach Carol
Hutchins may be mourning the loss of
her graduated star pitcher, Kelly
Kovach, now that the Wolverines'
successful season has finally come to
an end.
But thanks to her excellent recruit-
ing in 1994, Hutchins has Sara Grif-
fin, a virtual superwoman when it
comes to fast-pitch softball.
Both Kovach and Griffin earned
Louisville Slugger NSCA-NCAA Di-

vision I All-America honors last week-
end.
Kovach, a native of Pittsburgh, Pa.,
was chosen as an at-large pitcher while
Griffin was selected with utility player
status.
Michigan was one out of four other
teams to boast more than one player as
an All-American. No. 1 Arizona had
the most with six. Fresno State,
UNLV, Southwestern Louisiana and
the Wolverines had two apiece.
Griffin (23-6) shocked the confer-
ence as a freshman this year, as she

consistently hit the stuffing out of the
ball from the plate and tore up the bat-
ters she faced from the mound.
Even as early as October 1994,
Griffin was proving she was meant for
greatness.
In her first collegiate game against
Eastern Michigan, Griffin threw a one-
hitter from the rubber and hit 3-for-3
with a single, double, triple and three
RBI.
From there Griffin continued to
dazzle foes with her offensive and de-
fensive prowess throughout the season.

The California native led the Wolver
ines not only in batting average, bu
also in hits, triples, home runs, slug
ging percentage and on-base percent-
age.
Hutchins obviously had confidence
in Griffin's ability from the mound as
well because she pitched every game
since postseason play began, winning
six out of the last eight.
Kovach was no slouch either.
Throughout her four years, Kovach
SEE SoFrBAu, PAGE 13

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