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May 07, 2001 - Image 11

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Michigan Daily Summer Weekly, 2001-05-07

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Monday, May 7, 2001 - The Michigan Daily - ,i


pventh- placeftinish
or Blue in Big Tens
Michigan golf coach Jim Carras
aid going into the Big Ten
hampionships that the Wolverines
vould have to win the tournament to
nake the NCAA Regionals.
They effectively killed their chances
Stying for seventh place with
eonsin, shooting a 1,168 for the
weekend. Northwestern won with a
,132 in Urbana, Ill.
A final round of 285 helped
/ichigan jump three spots on the last
lay. Senior Scott Hayes moved up 10
pots to 22nd yesterday with a round
f 68, the third best of his career.
layes finished as the top Wolverine.
Andrew Chapman was the next best
or Michigan, ending tied for 26th.
Michigan ends its season with six
o-five finishes in 11 tournaments.
- Staff reports
rrack runs into suc-
:ess at Toledo Invite
Ike Okenwa led the men's track team
his past weekend at the Toledo
nvitational with two wins in the 100-
nd 200-meter dashes, running 10.68
21.28, respectively.
niors Ravi Smith, Josh Sellers,
Charles DeWildt and Oded Padan also

won their respective events
Smith won the 400 meter
while Sellers clocked 51.84
400 hurdles. DeWildt jumr
the pole vault, while Padan
season's best 49-03 314 it
April Phillips led the wom
Toledo, winning the shot I
hammer throw with tosses c
and 175-6. Adrena Williar
100 meters in 12.17, Tasha F
first in the 100 hurdles wit
Vera Simms. won the 400
Additionally, Katie Jaz
Lisa Ouellet both provisiona
in the 1500 meters at th
Invitational, running 4:
4:22.88, to finish seventh
- S

SToledoDespite offensive explosion,'M' drops 3-of-4
s in 47.82, By Steve Jackson said. "I think we know that we should be There is no timetable as to when the
to win the Daily Sports Editor better than that." two will return to uniform for Michigan.
ped 15-0 in Three of yesterday's errors came cour- Without Koman and Cantalamessa,
soared to a EAST LANSING - Walks and tesy of Nate Wright, who was playing out the Wolverines split the homr double-
n the triple errors. More walks and more errors. of position at third base. header on Saturday.
Michigan baseball shot itself in the foot Michigan's regular thirdbaseman and Michigan State (9-13, 27-23) won the
fen's team at yesterday against Michigan State with six leading hitter, Brock Koman, was sus- first game 10-2, thanks to a tremendous
put and the walks and three errors in the first two pended following the Wolverines 9-7 loss pitching performanceby freshman Bryan
of 48-11 1/2 fiames. When the dust settled, the damage Friday in East Lansing. Gale, who ran his season record to 9-0.
us won the report read: Michigan State - seven runs Along with outfielder and fellow But in the second game the Wolverine
Phillips took on two hits after two innings of play. Colorado native Jordan Cantalamessa, bats sprung to life. Mike Sokol and
h 14.14 and Michigan would fuel a comeback late Koman was suspended for at least the Brandon Roberts went yard and Bobby
hurdles in in the game, but fell short 8-5. rest of the series for what Zahn referred Wood pitched a complete game to help
"We just gave this game away," coach to as "a violation of team rules." Michigan to an easy victory, 21-2.
winski and Geoff Zahn said. "Walks and errors."
illy qualified The Wolverines (9-11 Big Ten, 24-22
se Stanford overall) dropped three of four in the !
20.72 and home-and-home series with their in-state
and tenth, rivals, thanks in part to the remarkable 14
Michigan errors over the weekend.
Shawn Kemp "I can't explain all the errors," Zahn
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