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Page 12-The Michigan Daily- Friday, April 12,1991

Board approves renovation plans a

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by Matt Rennie
Daily Sports Editor
At yesterday's meeting, the
Michigan Board in Control of
Intercollegiate Athletics approved
plans to make improvements to
both Fisher Stadium and Varsity
Diamond.
The renovations are not consid-
ered major, but this is the first work
done to either facility since they
were built.
The plans include the improve-
ment of the electrical system at
Fisher and the removal of asbestos
from the enclosed portion of the fa-

cility. The majority of work at
Varsity Diamond will be devoted to
bettering the field conditions.
"Michigan currently has the
worst facility in the Big Ten, maybe
the region," Women's Athletic Di-
rector Peggy Bradley-Doppes said.
"We can't continue to maintain our
level of play with these condi-
tions."
The baseball program itself will
pay for half the cost of the Fisher
project by using the many small en-
dowment funds which it has.
These small projects may be a
precursor to future, more extensive

renovations to other department fa-
cilities. Athletic Director Jack
Weidenbach listed the construction
of tennis facilities and the replace-
ment of the ice surface at Yost
Arena as future projects.
Weidenbach also reported that
attempts to schedule Penn State
into a conference football schedule
have been fruitless. The major stum-
bling block is that in order to fit the
Nittany Lions into their schedules,
most teams would have to break
contracts with non-conference op-
ponents.

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Golfers shoot for
320 in Columbus

by Andy De Korte
Daily Sports Writer

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Michigan men's swimming coach
Jon Urbanchek has been named
an assistant coach for the U.S.
Olympic Swim Team. This
season, Urbanchek led Michigan
to its sixth straight Big Ten
Championship and fifth straight
top-six NCAA finish.

Last weekend was supposed to be
different.
After a round of 327 for the first
18 holes, the Michigan women's
golf team seemed poised to attain a
320 round. But the Maize and Blue
fell short of that mark in the fol-
lowing two rounds.
"I know that we are capable of
averaging 320. It is just a matter of
getting to play consistently,"
Michigan coach Sue LeClair said.
Shooting 960 for the tournament
is the Wolverines' goal this week-
end in Columbus, Ohio, when they
tee off against the Buckeyes and five
other Big Ten teams in an 18-team
tournament. National powers Duke
and Furman are also in the field.

The five Wolverines who com-
peted in Indiana missed out on te
nice weather in Ann Arbor last
weekend and have yet to play a full
round on their home course.
"The weather has been bad,"
LeClair said, "but the girls have
been practicing their chipping and
putting and that's where they've
been losing strokes."
The course at OSU may be the
break that allows the Wolverines
reach their goal. Because it is simile
to Michigan's course, a number of
the Wolverine golfers like to play
it. Senior Becky Hayes expects the
course at Ohio State to help her
game this weekend.
"I know that Kristin Beilstein
Erica Zonder, and Becky Hayes car
all shoot three rounds under 80,"
LeClair said. "If they do that, then
we will be in a great position -
maybe ahead of all the other Big Ten
schools."
Synchronized
Swimming
After finishing fourth at the
U.S. Collegiate Synchronized
Swimming Championships, the
Michigan synchronized swimmin
team returns to Canham Natator-
ium for an 8 p.m. show tomorrow.
The exhibition will comprise the
team's various routines from solo,
duet, trio, and team competition.
Michigan's finish was its highest
in seven years. The seven-member
"A" team came in fifth, while the
"B" team placed 11th.
In the duet competition, Karn
Koto and Molly Shafer claime
sixth place, while Nicole Balcom
and Dania Lindros were 12th.
-from staff reports

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