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Wednesday, May 7, 1997 -- The Michigan Daily - 19

ConUnued fom Page 16
_On April 28, Holmes was named Big
&'pitcher of the week for the second
nsecutive week after picking up five
wins and pitching 32 innings over the
seven-day span.
This weekend, the Wolverines head to
Iowa looking for their third consecutive
Big Ten title and an automatic bid to the
NCAA tournament.
In previous years, such an outstanding
record would make the Wolverines over-
whelming favorites to win the tourna-
*nt. However, in previous years, Iowa
(22-0, 46-5) was not as dominant as it
was this season.
"It is just unbelievable to think that
anybody in this country could go unde-
feated in the conference;" Hutchins said.
Michigan's star pitcher Sara Griffin
will not return this weekend, as expected,
from a broken arm she suffered April 5.
Michigan kicks off the tournament
Friday against Michigan State (14-9, 44-
18). If Michigan wins, it will play the
*ner of the Iowa-Purdue game Friday
evening. Michigan will play the loser of
that game if Michigan State wins.
Purdue (14-10, 41-23) enters the field
as the fourth seed in the tournament.
Because of the double-elimination
format of the tournament, the eventual
winner will have to win three games and
possibly play four. The championship
game will be played Saturday afternoon.
ichigan should know what to expect

Continued from Page 16
the Big Ten in runs (54), hits (73) and
RBI (66).
This past weekend Ohio State got
three complete games from Justin Fry
(9-1, 3.26 ERA), Eric Thompson (8-2,
3.20) and Kurt Fullenkamp (7-0, 4.26).
Those three will likely pitch the first
three games this weekend.
Michigan's probable starters are Brian
Steinbach, Bryan Cranson, J.J. Putz and
Bryan Berryman.
Last Sunday, the Wolverines traveled
to Michigan State for a doubleheader.
The twinbill at Oldsmobile Park in
Lansing featured come-from-behind
victories by both teams. Michigan took
game one, 7-5, and the Spartans were

victorious in the nighteap, 6-5.
In the second game, Michigan jumped
out to a 4-0 lead, only to have Michigan
State rally and win on Michigan errors.
In game one, Putz relieved starter
MarIon Wright in the first inning and
proceeded to no-hit the Spartans over the-
final 6 2/3 innings for a Michigan victo-
ry. Putz (4-0) was named co-Big Ten
pitcher of the week.
Due to poor weather on Saturday, the
teams only played one game in Ann
Arbor, which Michigan won, 4-0.
Friday at Oldsmobile, Bryan Besco's
RBI single in the sixth broke a 1-1 tie and
Michigan went on to win, 7-1.
Yesterday's game between Michigan
and Central Michigan ended after the
Daily went to press. The Wolverines host
Toledo today at 3 p.m.

It wouldn't be a stretch to say that shortstop Pam Kosanke and the Michigan soft-
ball team finished the Big Ten season with a bang. The Wolverines concluded 18-4.
from the Spartans after sweeping them, where it finished the season.
1-0 and 4-1, on April 22. The Spartans, Michigan can assure itself a bid to the
who finished the Big Ten with a 14-9 NCAA tournament and a chance to host
record, were second in the Big Ten when an NCAA regional by winning the title
the teams met. After Michigan State was in Iowa City. The Wolverinesjust have to
swept by Iowa the following weekend, hope Iowa loses - something Iowa has
Michigan jumped into second place, not done in the Big Ten since 1996.

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