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Women's track rained
out at Michigan State

The Michigan Daily - Sports Monday - April 22, 1991 - Page 5
Individuals perform
well at Kansas Relays

by Jeff Williams
aily Sports Writer
Members of the Michigan wom-
en's track team wanted to enter a lot
of races this weekend at the Mich-
igan State Invitational. But because
of poor weather, all the squad did
was drive to East Lansing and back.
"The weather is kind of disap-
pointing," assistant coach Desiree'
Orwig said. "It's going to hurt us
down the line because we were hop-
*ng to get some work in."
Although most of the team made
the trip to State, Julie Victor and
the distance squad travelled to Law-
rence, Kan., for the Kansas Relays.
The Wolverines were paced by
Victor and Megan Nortz. Victor's

throw of 150'8" was good enough
for sixth place. Nortz garnered
fourth place in the Invitational
1500 meter run, with a personal
time of 4:33.40 minutes.
"This was probably her best
meet of the season," assistant coach
Mike McGuire said. "Hopefully
this will serve as a springboard for
her the rest of the season."
Chris Szabo and Kristi Wink
also provided good performances
for the Wolverines. Szabo finished
seventh with a time 10:10.35, and
Wink placed eighth in 10:12.15.
"I think everyone performed
pretty solid," McGuire said. "All
of them ran very competively."

by Chris Carr
Daily Sports Writer
The Michigan men's track team
took to the road this past weekend
to the Kansas Relays in hopes of
finding better competition and bet-
ter weather. The Wolverines got
their first wish, but nature did not
cooperate with the latter.
Under cold, windy, and some-
times rainy conditions, the Wolver-
ines were paced by the performances
of junior Jerry Douglas, senior Jeff
Barnett, and sophomore Dan Reddan.
Due to exams, Douglas was un-
able to travel with the rest of his
teammates to Kansas Thursday. He
arrived late Friday night and then
had to get up early Saturday to race.
The inconvenience did not seem to
bother him though, as he captured
first place in the 110 meter high

hurdles with a time of 14.22
"Although I won the race, I am
still disappointed because I wanted
to qualify for NCAAs this week-
end," Douglas said. "I was too anx-
ious at the start, and I fell back after
hitting the first hurdle."
Barnett, who was defending his
two-year reign in the 3,000 meter
steeplechase at the meet, placed
third overall but was the top colle-
giate finisher with a time of 9:01.
Barnett also ran a leg on the third-
place 4 x 1-mile relay team with
Neal Newman, Shawn Mackay and
Brad Barquist.
Reddan had his best performance
of the outdoor season in the high
jump, clearing 7' 3 1/2" to win the
event. Brad Holwerda jumped 7'
1/2" to finish third.

Continued from page 1
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took him in."
1:05 - Bunch starts talking about
his experience with one of his fa-
vorite teams - the Los Angeles
Raiders. "They were the only team
that I had a problem with the physi-
cal. They said I didn't pass their
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leg and shakes it violently. "Hmm,
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It is Green Bay's turn to pick and
ESPN flashes a graphic that the
Packers need a blocking back. "No,"
Bunch says while showing his dis-
approval of ending up there by way-
*ng his arm in a horizontal motion.
1:30 - Bunch's name is listed on
ESPN as one of the top 40 prospects
and there is a loud cheer. The group
has grown to around 100 people.
Bunch's mother, Willietta, had
originally planned on around 50
However, at church that
morning, Jarrod had thanked every-
body for their support and invited
everyone to stop over. Luckily,
Willietta bought extra food. Bunch
is presented with a proclamation by
a city council member for his dedi-
cation to Ashtabula.
3:00 - Bunch takes his mind off
the slowness of the draft by eating
dinner. Hubbard has to leave. "It

didn't take this; long for me," he
says from experience. "It's a great
moment, but you're just happy to
get it over with."
5:00 - Bunch hears the announce-
ment of his pick. The house erupts.
The phone rings; it is Giants coach
Bill Parcells. Bunch has to take the
phone out on the porch so he can
hear. Willietta begins dancing
wildly. Phones continue to ring ev-
ery five minutes for the rest of the
Bunch and his mother take time
out from the congratulations to an-
swer questions for the three media
members in attendance.
8:00 - An ABC affiliate comes
over for a quick interview. "You
missed the celebration," Bunch says.
"And it was the last celebration in
this house," he adds looking over to
his mother.

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