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Page 10- The Michigan Daily - Friday, March 22, 1991

Men's

lacrosse thirsty

for. another victory

by Mitch Rubenstein
Daily Sports Writer
The Michigan men's lacrosse
team beat itself Wednesday night.
For reasons not known to the cap-
tain, many of the Michigan players
suffered a mental breakdown for
much of the contest as the team fell
15-10 at the hands of Oberlin Col-
lege. The weary Wolverine seniors
came off the field at the end of the
game realizing the team had let a
victory slip away.
The leaders of the Michigan club
(1-2) have managed to draw out
some positive feelings from the neg-
ative well into which the team has
fallen. According to captain Dave
Fitzpatrick, "The rest of the season
should be very successful."
The rest of the season for the
Maize and Blue starts tomorrow in
Kalamazoo where the squad travels
to play Western Michigan.
What the Wolverines have going
for them is the opportunity to re-
deem themselves on the field. The
Michigan camp has had two full
days to ponder its misfortunes. The
Wolverines must now set their
sights on a Bronco team they beat at
home last fall by a close 12-7 score.
According to Fitzpatrick, defeating
the Broncos for a second time will
not be that easy.

"This will be a close game," the
captain said. "Over the years they
have become a very strong club."
Looming large for the Wolver-
ines is a game Sunday at home
against Indiana. The Hoosiers have
traditionally fielded a weak squad in
Big Ten club play, but the Wolver-
ines cannot afford to take them for
granted. All conference matches are
important, for the results of the reg-
ular season games are used to deter-
mine the seedings at the Big Ten
tournament.
"We are still the favorites to win
the Big Ten," a confident Fitzpatrick
said.
Winning the year-end conference
tournament remains the Wolverine
captain's number one goal. "I want
to go out on top," Fitzpatrick said.
The team's quest for back-to-back
titles begins tomorrow, but the
team's road to the top will not be
without its obstacles.
"We need to work hard on our
one-on-one defense in practice, as
well as on offense - we need to
work on our ball movement and exe-
cuting our plays," Fitzpatrick said.
It appears that the Michigan cap-
tain has the team headed in the right
direction. It is now up to the team to
make good on the captain's
promises.

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Tankers finish strong
; in first day at NCAAs
by Andy De Korte
Daily Sports Writer juniors Lisa Cribari and Margie
INDIANAPOLIS - The Stoll, finished 25th and 26th, r
Michigan women's swimming team spectively, on the one-meter spring-
finished the first day of NCAA board competition. But Richardson
competition yesterday with a expects both to turn in better per-
flurry, swimming a 3:36.04 in the formances in tomorrow's platform
400 yard medley relay which was competition.
good for a consolation meet (the "Both of our divers are stronger
second eight teams) victory and 18 off the tower," Richardson said. "It
points, really is their specialty."
Unfortunately for the Wolver- Richardson anticipates the best is
s ines, they started very slow. Only yet to come for the rest of th
Mindy Gehrs, who finished 14th in Michigan squad as well.
the 200 yard individual medley, kept "We have more swims in the
the team from being blanked in the next two days, so obviously we
four individual events, hope to have more points," he said.
At day's end, Michigan had tal- "But we'll just take each event one
lied 25 points, 185 behind first place at a time."
Texas. But the Wolverines were Texas (210 points) and Stanford
only 18 points out of eighth place, (199) dominated the first day df
S b leaving them in position, with competition.
Sstronger performances in the two The Cardinal first-year phenom
days to follow, to seize their pre- Summer Sanders caused the bigge9
Championships goal of finishing in stir yesterday, breaking Tracy
the top ten. Caulkins' seven-year old American
.".We're 'pretty much where I en- record in the 200 IM by .04 seconds.
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the 500 yard freestyle, both Karen had a perfect game through four
Barnes (17th) and Kathy Diebler innings. Heather Lyke led the
(25th) turned in strong perfor- Wolverines with two hits, includ-
' t rd mances. Barnes missed the consola- ing a double.
don meet by only .34 seconds. Coach Carol Hutchins said, "I
The Michigan diving contingent, thought we had key hitting, and
the fact we had no errors is im-
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