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Wednesday, May 24, 1995 - The Michigan Daily -

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ontinued from page 13
ove an RBI double to the gap in left-
nterfield.
The Wolverines' fourth run of the i-
Ting was credited to a Kellyn Tate sacri-
ice fly to score Griffin. Then junior
racy Carr was handed a double when
otre Dame's shortstop lost her pop-up
*n the sun. Kovach scored on the gaffe to
But the Wolverines up by eight.
But despite the stellar pitching perfor-
mance by Griffin, who claimed the win, the
.sh valiantly refused to give up. Notre
cane picked up six runs over two innings
t cut into the Michigan lead, but the Wol-
verines always had an answer.
Michigan tallied another four runs in
the third, thanks to smart base-running by
Carr, Kovach's sacrifice fly, and the eagle-
eyes of Pearcy and Griffin. Nichols, who
came back to the mound, walked in two
runs with the bases loaded.
After three Wolverine runs in the
fourth inning, the umpires called the game
be to the mercy rule an inning later.
Pitching was the thorn in Notre
Dame's side in its loss to Michigan. Irish
coach Liz Miller made four pitching
changes over the course of the game, alter-
nating between Nichols and Battersby.
Terri Kobata, Notre Dame's top hurler, had
pitched three games in two days and suf-
fered from soreness and an injured back.
"Terri couldn't throw two games in a
row,"Miller said. "We had to use our other
~opitchers instead. Michigan tookadvan-
tage of every ball down the middle of the
plate and hit us all overthe park."
NCAA Women's
Softball World Series
{ Oklahoma City, Okla.
" Tomorrow through Monday;
ouble elimination tournament
" Tomorrow's games: No, 1
Arizona vs. No. 8 Princeton, 1
p.m.; No. 4 UNLV vs. No. 5 Cal
State-Fullerton, 3:30 p.m.; No. 3
Southwest Louisiana vs. No. 6
Michigan, 7 p.m.; No. 2 UCLA vs.
No. 7 Iowa, 9 p.m.

Notes
Both the men's and women's cres
teams won national titles last weekend
Both teams of rowers claimed thei
championship crowns in Philadelphia
Pa. ... Last week, USA Basketball re
leased a list of 42 players who were in
vited to try out for the 10-membe
Men's Junior World Championshi.w.
team. Among those invited are currer
Wolverines Maceo Baston, Mauric,
Taylor and Jerod Ward as well a
1995 Michigan recruits Albert Whit(
Louis Bullock and Robert Trayloi
Also invited were Wake Fore'
standout Tim Duncan, UCLA's J.i
Henderson, Louisville's Samal
Walker and high school star
Stephon Marbury, who is headed t<
Georgia Tech, and Kevin Garnett
who has entered his name in the NB!
entry draft.

Tracy Taylor hugs Cheryl Pearcy after winning the Regional tournament at Alumni Field Sunday.

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