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14 -- The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, May 26, 1998
Blue tennssesndisappoints

All-Big Ten player
David Paradzik
will be leaving
the Michigan
men's tennis
team, but three
new recruits aim
to help Michigan
improve next
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INTRAMURAL SPORTS PROGRAM
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By Stephnne Offen
Daily Sports WNriter
This was a team that started out 5
O in the Big ten. This was a team that
looked like it could be on its way Is a
Big ten title and its first NCAA team
appearance in 10 years. But instead,
the Michigan men's tennis team
heard about the, NCAA chmnpi-
onships from home afler finishing
the season t3-10.
One of the major problems for the
Wolverines was their schedule. After
starting out with an 11-3 record,
Michigan lost seven of its last nine
matches, facing all the top teams at
the end of the season.
As a result of this slump, the
Wolverines were seeded fourth at the

Big Ten Tournament and fsce d
Wisionsin in the first round. 'they
defeated Wisconsin, but were over-
us itched by No. 6 and eventual ig
tn cmiis"ptons Illinots in tse semoi-
finals. Michiean then lost t Purdue
in a clome third-place match.
"Ivery time we psped aPurdue it
was close," Michigass assistanst coach
Dan Goldberg said. "It came down to
thse last match eve ry ttnte."
the Wolverines sould get a chance
to play spoiler against Purdue when
the two teams faced each other in the
first round of the NCAA Regionals.
But the Wolverines fell short.
"We didn't live up to our poten-
tial," sophomore Brad McFarlane
said. "I thought we had the best depth

in the Big Ten."
Next yetr brings s new outlook for
the Wol'erines. Ihsey wil be graduat-
ing four members if the tea sll-lig
letn psayer Dasid Prsidik, Arvid
Swi, Brook Ilsitn ad iki lts tai.
But tlhe WVslversises ds lsasse thsree
top tenrsits cossng it
Dan Mc(ain, sne of the trip higl
school players in the ceuntry, is
expected to play towsards the trip of
h tine-up. The Wolverises also have
two in-state recruits, Henry Beam
and Ben Cox. Both contended for
their respective high school state
championships.
"People will think it is a rebuilding
year for us," Goldberg said. "I think
we will surprise them"

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Rowing
set for
nationals
By Josh Kleinbaum
Daily Sports Editor

0

Just two sumnners ago, the best row-
ers in the world gathered at Lake
Lanier in Gainesville, Ga., for a little
competition
The prize'? An Olympic gold medal.
This weekend, the best collegiate
rowers in the country will gather at
Lake Lanier for a little competition.
The prize? The national champi-
onship.
And the Michigan rowing team ha
its eyes set on the prize.
"We're going to go after winning
it," Michigan coach Mark Rothstein
said. "We're in the position of the
underdogs, but the preparations have
gone very well, and the kids are not
just satisfied with getting there."
Michigan is one of eight teams
invited on a team basis with a shot at
the national title. Four of the othe
seven are Ivy League schools, while
Massachusetts and Virginia are on the
east coast and Washington is on the
west coast teaving Michigan as the
huts. toidwest ire:preseislative.
" itil three years ago, there weren't
any csinspetitive crews in the midwest,
except Wiscsnsin,' Rothstein said "In
the future, that will change, though"
Th e Wolverines are seeded third,
behind Washingtn and Brown.
"Washington and Brown are tl*
teams to bet," Rothstein said. "Those
two are going to be tough."
The tmeet, which takes place Friday
through sunday, consistsiof three
races the varsity eight, the second-
rsye u the virsity tisur
g n sl e ioats cosse
is sare ioe t hs
kes-W;iss V _ise r isol bei l, in ooI !ak
"It's a great venise and a great
course," Rothstein said. "It's always
exciting Iso row swhere, the Olyspics
were held."

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