The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 03, 1988, Page 10, Image 9
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Confinement: Check in 9:00 pm Friday to Sunday am for 2 weekends. Physical Date: Tuesday. October 18 Pays up to $250.00 HAEMS BS3 LABORATORIES, INC. BrovkUng Quality Baaaarch Slnca 1933 -fc» a World of Quoodono. Harrto Anoaroro" Call in advance of the physical date for details on each study. For further Infor mation these studies and any future ones CALL! 474-0627 or 474-0683 Between 7:30 am & 5:00 pm Coach gives tennis team 8.5 rating v . j i_—t By Lori Griffin Staff Reporter Nebraska men’s tennis coach Kerry McDermott gave the Com huskers an 8.5 rating on a 10-point scale after their performance in the finals of the Huskcr Invitational Sat urday and Sunday at Woods Park. The Huskcrs had five singles and two doubles teams in the final compe tition. Nebraska won two of the five singles matches but McDermott said he thought Nebraska could win all five. No team scores were kept in the meet. Southwest Missouri State’s Hakan Svensson defeated Steven Jung at the No. 1 singles position. Svensson won the match 4-6,6-4, 7-5. McDermott said-he was impressed with Jung’s performance in the finals. “Steven had a great singles match,” McDermott said. “He still lost but he tried to win with a change in his game. “He was down 1 -4 and came back and lost 7-5 in the third set. He played a great match, I wasn’t disappointed in his play. T was really more excited for him because he came back and is trying to improve.” Robert Sjohohn defeated Hakan Olsson of Tyler (Tex.) Junior College 6-4, 6-0 in the finals of the No. 2 singles competition. Stuart Jung, Steven’s twin brother, was defeated in the finals of the No. 3 singles competition by Thomas Adler of Tyler Junior College. Stuarl was defeated in three sets 6-4, 3-6,6-4. In No. 4 singles competition, Nebraska's Ken Fcuer defeated Torin Schultz of Colorado University 6-1, 6-4. Mike Martinez of Tyler Junior College defeated Nebraska’s Pal Carson, 6-2, 7-5, in the finals of the No. 6 singles competition. Husker freshman Troy Larsen was defeated at No. 7 singles by Tom Nilsson of Tyler Junior College, 6-0, 6-3. Nebraska received a blow in the doubles competition when the No. 1 team ol Jung ana Jung aeiauucu m their first doubles match on Saturday. The Jungs also had to default in the third set Sunday because Steven, who had been ill throughout the tour nament, suffered leg cramps, which hampered his performance, McDer mott said. McDermott said he docs not fore see any problems with the perform ance of Steven Jung in the future. “We arc going to give him a day of rest so he can get his body repaired,” McDermott said. In doubles competition, the No. 2 team of Robert Sjoholm and H.C. Taylor were defeated in three sets by Rob Littlefield and Gary Jones of Southwest Baptist University 3-6,6 2, 7-6. Nebraska’s No. 3 doubles team of Pat Carson and Ken Fcuer defeated Rod Zemi and Richard Hansson of Southwest Missouri Stale 5-7,7-5,7 6. Nebraska will compete in the 1TCA tournament next weekend at Wichita, Kan. NU bowlers seeking title By Bryan Thomas Staff Reporter In terms of ability, this year’s Nebraska men’s bowling team is as good as any team in the country, Comhusker bowling coach Bill Straub said. ihe men’s team, which was ranked No. 2 in the nation last season, lost only one starter arid has picked up four outstanding recruits, according to Straub. Straub said this season’s team should be stronger than last year’s. “Expectations arc as high as the ceiling,” Straub said. Senior Mike Shady, a two-time All-America selection, said this year’s team is the best he has seen during his four years at Nebraska. “I think wc have the makings to win the national championship,’ Shady said. The men’s toughest competition in capturing the title will be Wichita State, he said. The goal of the women’s team is to finish in the top 20 this year, Straub said. Straub said the Nebraska women also had a good recruiting year. He said the Huskers signed three excel lent in-state recruits. The recruits include freshman Kim Berkc from Beatrice, Lori Lux from York and Jennifer W ilson from Lincoln. Michelle Kelley, a sopho more transfer from Central Missouri Slate University, will also contribute to the Huskers’ success, Straub said. Both teams will open their seasons at the Collegiate Match Play Open in Denver, Colo., Oct. 15 and 16. Low spread fails Huskers UNU from page 7 touchdown runs by Dark and a two-point conversion catch by tight end Monte Kratzenstein to stake themselves to a 35-0 lead, but UNLV broke the shutout when Rebel placekicker Jim Cook booted a 53-yard field goal. Nebraska scored its final points of the contest when fresh man running back Scott Bald win scored on a 2-yard run with 2:37 remaining. Clark said the Huskers weren’t satisfied with their 42 point victory. “We should have scored at least 68,70 points,” Clark said. Mental breakdown hurts Huskers SWEEP from Page 7 good things but I don’t think any of us arc satisfied. “We won which is the underlying factor, but we didn’t look very good. I don’t know what happened — we weren’t flat and the effort was there.’’ Maverick coach Mary Yori ex pressed a different sentiment even though her team fell to 1-6. “I was very happy with the way we played,” Yori said. “Besides one or two innings in that first game, 1 thought we really competed. I fell pretty pleased with the way our kids came out, played hard and battled.” The Huskers look a 2-0 lead in the first game. Frcsc’s first RBI came in the opening inning when her single scored Jane Krcmcr. Ruth Chalwin scored on a hit by Misti Guenther and a Maverick error. In the 3rd inning, Michelle Mason hit a single and advanced to second on a single by Guenther. Kaly Wolda’s sacrifice moved Mason to Ihirtl and she scored on Jennifer Bialias’ sacri fice. UNO scored in the6th inning when Stacy Kmiccik reached first base on a Husker error and advanced to second when Beth Wcdigc walked. A single by Lisa Koziol scored Kmiccik and another Husker error scored Wedigc. In the bottom of the 6th, the Husk ers loaded the bases when Jill Rishel hit a two-out double, Krcmer singled and Chaiw in was walked. A single by Frcsc scored Rishel, a Maverick error off a Mason hit scored Krcmer and a single by Guenther scored Chatw'in and Frese. Nebraska then held UNO scoreless in the lop of the seventh inning to preserve the 7-2 victory. In the second game, Kristin Davidson was walked and advanced to second base on a Maverick error. UNO scored in the lop of the 3rd inning when Carol Bahan singled and advanced to second on a H usker error. A sacrifice by Sharon Krebs moved Bahan to third and scored on Sherri Novak’s single. Wolforth and Frcsc said the Husk ers had a mental breakdown which let UNO gel back into the game. “As soon as we get ahead of a team, we sit on that and relax and feel comfortable,” Frcsc said. “Then pretty soon the other team starts creeping back and we let lhat happen. If we are going toconlcnd in the top 10 or live, we’re going lo have lo go all out. We can't stop w ith one run or two runs. We have lo keep pounding and beat learns like this 11 -0 or 15-0.” The Huskers scored in the bottom of the 3rd when Kreiner singled and designated runner Amy K illman stoic second. A single by Chalwin scored Killman to give Nebraska a 3-1 lead. Amy Phaien scored for UNO in the 6th when she reached firstona Huskcr error, moved to second on a sacrifice and scored on Kmiccik’s single. Nebraska’s final run came in the bottom of the sixth when Mason reached first on a Maverick error, stole second on a wild pilch, moved to third on Marie Bowie's sacrifice and scored on Guenther’s single to give the Huskers the 4-2 decision. Wolforth said the post-game ac tivities were indicative of the way the games were played. “UNO is over there and they got swept and they're ecstatic,” Wolforth said. “They went 0-2 and we went 2 0. We got our butts chewed and they’re doing cartwheels.” FESTIVAS 10 in Stock #4618 3.9% Ford Financing $200.00 or $300.00 Cash Back GUY DEAN’S FORD M-F 8 AM-9 PM 1901WjjtMOH IHir Sat 8 AM-6 PM 475-0821 \wi\_ Sun 10 AM-6 PM - Earn Cash While You Study!