Page 12-The Michigan Daily-Friday, April 5, 1991
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by Andy De Korte
Daily Sports Writer
Coming off of a disappointing
showing at its season opener in
South Carolina last weekend, the
Michigan women's golf team is
headed to Bloomington. Playing 36
holes on Saturday and 18 more on
Sunday in the Indiana Invitational,
the Wolverines will be looking to
improve on their previous perfor-
Last season's trip to Indiana re-
sulted in a middle-of-the-pack finish
for Michigan, both among the entire
field and within the Big Ten teams.
This year, the Maize and Blue
will face a large field as well. Ex-
cept for Minnesota, all of the Big
Ten schools will be present, as well
as many non-conference squads.
"We played last week, now I'm
hoping we can get down to 320,"
Michigan coach Sue LeClair said.
"Four 80s are really what we need."
If the Wolverines had shot 80s
last weekend, they would have
beaten the other Big Ten competi-
tion, including Indiana.
Because the Wolverines have
only seen Indiana, Ohio State, and
Minnesota this spring, they do not
have an accurate view of the confer-
"We'd like to finish in the top
three of the conference," LeClair
said. "I can't know for sure but I
think 80s would do that, I'm not
sure where (80s) would place us
To shoot a 320, LeClair will rely
heavily on the consistently low
scoring leaders, Erica Zonder and
Becky Hayes. Kristin Beilstein, who
shot the lowest single Wolverine
round (77) in South Carolina, will
also play an integral role in Michi-
The invitational will be Tricia
Good's first action of the spring
campaign. Good is joined by Wendy
Bigler to set Michigan's five-golfer
Men head east to face Cadets
by Adam Lutz
Daily Sports Writer
Last weekend, the men's varsity
golf team made a futile trip down
to Lexington, Ky. While there, the
team was only able to complete one
round of golf before the weather de-
cided to play an early April Fool's
Day prank. Rounds two and three
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were cancelled when an untimely
snow storm moved into the area.
This weekend, the team is keep-
ing their fingers crossed as it heads
out to the West Point Military
Academy. The Wolverines still lack
the tournament feel, but hope that
the Black Knight Intercollegiate
will be a barometer of their future
Five individuals competed in last
weeks Johnny Owens Invitational.
This week, however, the team was
allowed to bring six players, thus
making the qualifying rounds more
interesting. The three top shooters
last week, who automatically qual-
ify for the Intercollegiate, were
Denny Sikkila, Bob Henighan, and
Carl Condon. The remaining three
spots were decided this week in
practice. The three additional play-
ers are James Carson, Anthony Di-
etz, and Brad Koch.
For the junior Dietz, the tour-
nament will give him an opportu-
nity to prove he can shoot with the
best and regain his 77.6 stroke aver-
age of a year ago. Meanwhile, this
weekendwill be the collegiate de-
but for the rookie Koch.
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Senior linebacker Erick Anderson tackles Purdue tailback John Oglesby during action last fall. Anderson has
been hampered by a shoulder injury which has kept him out of contact drills this spring.
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by Theodore Cox
Daily Football Writer
That's all the time Michigan football coach Gary
Moeller has left to look over his troops this spring. As
is typical of the coaching staff, the time frame is too
short. Moeller feels there is still much that needs to be
done. "It's never good enough," he said at yesterday's
weekly press gathering.
The intrasquad Blue/White game April 13th will be
the climax of the 15-day spring practice schedule. The
Saturday scrimmage is being held at Ann Arbor Pio-
neer High School, because the new natural turf at
Michigan Stadium is not yet fully in place. Kickoff is
scheduled for 1:30 p.m. and admission is free.
Unfortunately for Moeller, several key defensive
players are out. Most prominent is senior linebacker
Erick Anderson. The All-American candidate had his
shoulder scoped and has not been able to participate in
any contact drills.
Anderson's back-up, Dave Dobreff, has been strug-
gling with a pulled hamstring. "He's losing a lot of
valuable time, but I don't want to rush him back,"
Defensive tackle Chris Hutchinson is also suffer-
ring from a pulled hamstring.
"We're not set on our defensive line at all,"
Moeller said. "If Hutchinson was there for sure, we'd
be a little more set.
"I don't want to put Hutchinson in a position
where he'll get another goofy injury. By a goofy injury,
I mean get an injury because he's trying to protect him-
on spring ball'
With the loss of senior offensive linemen Tom
Dohring and Dean Dingman, the Wolverines will need
to improve to retain their reputation as having the na-
tion's best line.
"It's not at the same position that the offensive line
was a year ago," Moeller said. "We're going to miss
Dohring as well as Dingman. But Dingman, he was just
one of those special guys, attitude wise, who went the
extra mile in practice, as well as games. Dingman was a
true leader in there. If the guys who are returning get
better, and the guys with the ability play like they are
capable of playing, it's just getting a great attitude in
them. The key is not so much the guys coming in as it is
the guys who've played going another step."
Greg Skrepenak is one of those guys who needs t
take over the leadership lost with Dingman's depar-
ture. The offensive tackle is the biggest squad member
at 6-foot-8 and 322 pounds. He has shown continued
improvement since he entered the starting rotation
three years ago. He was named co-MVP of the 1991
Gator Bowl and first-team All-Big Ten last season.
As far as the skill positions go, the Wolverines are
set on who will play, but there is still work to be done.
Elvis Grbac will start at quarterback for the second
straight year. He will be joined in the backfield b
Ricky Powers at tailback, and Burnie Legette will fi
the fullback position vacated by graduating senior Jar-
"In fullback, I think Burnie Legette has had a very
good attitude and good work habits," Moeller said. "I
don't know that he'll be a Jarrod Bunch right out of the
box, but he'll be a decent fullback."
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