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Page 2-The Michigan Daily - Sports Monday - April 1, 1991

Michigan Daily Athlete-of-the-Week

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WHO: Eric Wunderlich
TEAM: Men's Swimming
HOMETOWN: Atlanta, Ga.
YEAR: Junior
WHY: At the NCAA men's Swimming and Diving Championships,
Wunderlich took three third places, in the 200-yard individual medley with
a time of 1:45.97, the 100 breaststroke in :53.52, and the 200 breaststroke in
1:55.98. Both the individual medley and 100 breaststroke performances
were Big Ten and school records. In addition, Wunderlich also participated
in the seventh-place 800 freestyle relay and the 10th-place 400 medley
relay.
BACKGROUND: Member of the U.S. World Championship team.
Swam the breaststroke leg for the victorious 400-meter medley relay for
the United States at the recent World Championships. Ranked second in the
world in the 100-meter breaststroke. Fastest 100-meter breaststroke time
is .4 of a second off the world record.

Wunderlich

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Michigan Sports
Calendar
A compilation of Michigan sporting events for
the upcoming week.
Monday, April 1
No events scheduled
Tuesday, April 2
Baseball at Eastern Michigan, 3 p.m.
Wednesday, April 3
Softball at Central Michigan, 3 p.m. (DH)
Baseball at Detroit-Mercy, 3 p.m.
Thursday, April 4
Baseball vs. Detroit-Mercy, Fisher Stadium, 3 p.m.
Friday, April 5
Men's Golf at Black Knight Intercollegiate
Women's Tennis vs. Purdue University, Huron Valley Tennis
Club, 3 p.m.
Saturday, April 6
Men's Golf at Black Knight Intercollegiate
Women's Golf at Indiana Invitational
Softball Michigan Wolverine Invitational
vs. Ohio, Varsity Diamond, 12 p.m.
vs. Northern Illinois, Varsity Diamond, 2 p.m.
Baseball at Iowa, 1 p.m. (DH)
Coed track at Crimson Classic
Women's Tennis vs. Illinois, Huron Valley Tennis Club, 1 p.m.
Men's Tennis at Illinois
Sunday, April 7
Women's Golf at Indiana Invitational
Softball Michigan Wolverine Invitational
vs. DePaul, Varsity Diamond, 12 p.m.
Consolation, Varsity Diamond, 2 p.m.
Championship, Varsity Diamond, 4 p.m.
Baseball at Iowa, 1 p.m. (DH)
Men's Tennis at Purdue , time TBA
All club sports wishing to have their schedules in the Daily should
bring their schedules to the Student Publications Building at 420
Maynard.
Sports Monday
Senior Editor
Jeff Sheran
Night Editor
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'M' suffers
Kentucky
Blues
on grass
by Jim Foss
Daily Sports Writer
Nature decided it didn't want to
cooperate with the Johnny Owens
Invitational this weekend in
Lexington when snow caused the
cancellation of rounds two and
three in the tournament. Hosted by
Kentucky, only 18 of the 54 sched-
uled holes could be played.
The Michigan men's golf team
finished 14th out of 25 teams with a
combined team score of 317. Kent
State won the abbreviated match
with a 302, Ohio State took second
place with 305 strokes, and
Northwestern was a close third at
306.
"The weather was brutal, and it
caused the player's scores to be
high," Michigan coach Jim Carras
said. "No individual player (out of
125) even broke par."
Individually for Michigan, ju-
nior Denny Sikkila carded a 76, two
strokes away from the medalists.
Sophomore Bob Henighan took sec-
ond among the Wolverines with a
77. In addition, junior Dean Kobane
shot a 79, rookie Carl Condon
rounded out the scoring for
Michigan with an 85, and sopho-
more James Carson shot an 88.
Though the team went into the
invitational with a goal of placing
in the top 10, Carras was pleased
with its performance.
"It sounds kind of crazy to be
satisfied with 14th place, but I am,"
Carras said. "The weather was ter-
rible, and the last two scores, the 85
and the 88, are not representative of
the type of players we have. James
Carson is better than he played, and
Carl Condon is an excellent player
who had a poor round."
Carras is looking forward to
next weekend when the team com-
petes in the Black Knight
Invitational in West Point, N.Y. He
will hold a two round competition
Monday and Tuesday to see which
six players will make the trip.

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